No, lol it's for something else of personal matters, I actually made a mistake now that I think of it, it's not necessarily an antibiotic, just something produced by a fungus that should be able to breakup blood clots
Here is a clotbuster made from haemolytic streptococci......A very sick mushroom could have this bacteria I guess.
Streptokinase is a thrombolytic agent i.e. it dissolves vascular thrombi. This potent agent is derived from the beta haemolytic streptococci and is consequently associated with the risk of anaphylaxis. The risk is dependent upon the level of the patients circulating anti-streptokinase antibodies.
:) thanx, I'm not sure if thats the exact chemical I was looking for, but using some other information in there I found a LOT more to go off of to find the fungus I'm looking for, its more of a matter of asking mycologists rather than doctors now lol (of course if anyone else has any ideas or references that'd be great to)
I also use some herbs to help my heart because the Western Medicine is not suitable for me. You need a registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner to see you're a suitable candidate to use it or not. They added (Tienchi) herbs into it to prevent or more effective use of the herb also. Please google "Tienchi" as well if you need further information. It is a kind of clotting and anti-clotting agent as well. It despatches clot. My TCM said all medicines including herbs are contain 30% of toxic. Please use it via a qualify TCM Practitioner.
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