BartCore harnesses the therapeutic potential of Houttuynia cordata, Cordyceps militaris, Ceanothus americanus, and Sida acuta to address Bartonella infections, including persister cells. These botanicals boast unique bioactive compounds with demonstrated antimicrobial and immune-modulating properties, making them valuable components in tackling Bartonella-related conditions.
Houttuynia cordata, a traditionally used medicinal herb, exhibits potent antimicrobial effects against various pathogens, including Bartonella species. Scientific studies have shown its capability to inhibit bacterial growth and effectively target persister cells, which often withstand conventional treatments.
Cordyceps militaris, a medicinal mushroom, contains bioactive compounds with broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity. Notably, Cordyceps militaris has demonstrated effectiveness against persistent bacterial infections and can enhance the immune system’s response and modulate the inflammatory cytokine cascade contributing to the control of Bartonella infections.
Ceanothus americanus, commonly known as New Jersey tea, possesses a history of traditional use for various ailments, including infectious conditions. Research indicates that Ceanothus americanus exhibits antibacterial properties, enabling it to target Bartonella bacteria, making it a valuable addition to treatment strategies aimed at eradicating the infection and persister cells.
Sida acuta, another medicinal herb, is renowned for its antimicrobial and immunomodulatory effects. Scientific investigations have explored its potential in combating bacterial infections and enhancing the body’s immune response, which may aid in controlling Bartonella infections and addressing persister cells.
In combination, these botanicals synergistically target both active Bartonella bacteria and persister cells, potentially boosting treatment efficacy and supporting the body’s natural defense mechanisms. While further research is warranted to fully elucidate their precise mechanisms of action, the distinctive properties of Houttuynia cordata, Cordyceps militaris, Ceanothus americanus, and Sida acuta present promising avenues for managing Bartonella infections, including persister cells. BartCore is ideally complemented by the use of Foundation Formula and Cryptolepis sanguinolenta, providing an integrative treatment approach for optimal results.