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Use this OTC remedy to clear up bacterial and fungal infections
Niacinamide, a type of vitamin B3, is by now very famous for its therapeutic properties.
Doctors in orthomolecular medicine, such as Abram Hoffer, treated a variety of conditions using large doses of vitamin B3.
Niacinamide is extremely safe to use, even in large amounts of several grams.
This is often difficult to understand for many people…
But vitamins can have great therapeutic value when taken in quantities which are much greater than the recommended daily amount, or RDA.
The body needs a certain amount of vitamins and minerals to maintain homeostasis (or health)…
But it probably needs a much greater amount to restore it, once it’s compromised.
This is why several B vitamins, as well as vitamins C and E, among others, can be so useful for certain health problems.
One common issue many people face through declining health is chronic infection.
This can be a worrying problem because of the recurring side-effects.
Oral infections in particular can be extremely difficult to get under control, even with antibiotics.
A 2012 study showed that niacinamide could be effective against otherwise antibiotic resistant bacteria:
The scientists found that clinical doses of (niacinamide) increased the numbers and efficacy of “neutrophils,” a specialized type of white blood cell that can kill and eat harmful bacteria. – Science Daily (2012)
The therapeutic dose for niacinamide is in the order of several thousand milligrams, which is much larger than what can be found in the diet:
“The (niacinamide) was given at megadose, or therapeutic levels, far beyond what any normal diet would provide — but nonetheless in amounts that have already been used safely in humans, as a ‘treatment,’ for other medical purposes.”
This is nonetheless very safe, and the adequate dose can be found through experimentation.
In general, 1,000 to 3,000mg is generally sufficient to feel substantial benefit.
Niacinamide has also been found to have antifungal activity, with potential uses towards the very common Candida albicans:
(…)we investigated the activity of (niacinamide) against Candida albicans, one of the most prevalent human fungal pathogens. Our results showed that NAM exhibited significant antifungal activity against C. albicans, including fluconazole-resistant isolates.” – Xing et al. (2019)
All in all, niacinamide seems to be a safe and useful OTC approach to dealing with common bacterial and fungal infections.
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It is constantly delivering incredible benefits:
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Pierre Kyme, Nils H. Thoennissen, Ching Wen Tseng, Gabriela B. Thoennissen, Andrea J. Wolf, Kenichi Shimada, Utz O. Krug, Kunik Lee, Carsten Müller-Tidow, Wolfgang E. Berdel, W. David Hardy, Adrian F. Gombart, H. Phillip Koeffler, George Y. Liu. C/EBPε mediates nicotinamide-enhanced clearance of Staphylococcus aureus in mice. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 2012;
Oregon State University. (2012, August 27). Vitamin B3 may offer new tool in fight against staph infections, 'superbugs'. ScienceDaily. Retrieved March 30, 2021 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/08/120827122258.htm
Xing X, Liao Z, Tan F, Zhu Z, Jiang Y, Cao Y. Effect of Nicotinamide Against Candida albicans. Front Microbiol. 2019 Mar 26;10:595. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.00595.