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sallieq [Decrease in inflammation]
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 Olmesartan (Benicar) has two actions. It palliates symptoms by reducing inflammation,​ and it activates the innate immune response. Patients who begin the Marshall Protocol (MP) may experience either, both, or neither. According to one rough estimate, 25% of patients who begin the MP experience immediate symptomatic relief when they begin the olmesartan blockade, about 25% feel no different, and the other 50% will experience some adjustment symptoms. Even for MP patients who have a minimal initial reaction to olmesartan, the medication almost always ultimately has strong antibacterial effects resulting in immunopathology. For olmesartan to be effective, it has to be [[dosing|dosed regularly]]:​ 40mg every 6-8 hours. Olmesartan (Benicar) has two actions. It palliates symptoms by reducing inflammation,​ and it activates the innate immune response. Patients who begin the Marshall Protocol (MP) may experience either, both, or neither. According to one rough estimate, 25% of patients who begin the MP experience immediate symptomatic relief when they begin the olmesartan blockade, about 25% feel no different, and the other 50% will experience some adjustment symptoms. Even for MP patients who have a minimal initial reaction to olmesartan, the medication almost always ultimately has strong antibacterial effects resulting in immunopathology. For olmesartan to be effective, it has to be [[dosing|dosed regularly]]:​ 40mg every 6-8 hours.
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