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keltyl
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Have not been on here in a long time, so I'm sure there have been many posts on BW herbs. I looked up and read a few.

I started on A-L Jan.3rd. Only one at a time, and took it very very slowly. For me, due to allergic reactions. I have had none.

As of today, I am doing 13 drops bid. I started out having severe neuro problems after a couple weeks, even stopped for a few days. Have had alot of depression, fatigue etc.

For about a week I have been feeling so much better and no bad depression. For me, these days only came one at a time, once in a great while.

I'm really starting to wonder if these drops could be helping. But I have been in treatment 2 1/2 yrs, and no improvement at all. Did IV rocephin 9 1/2 mos, orals, and cowden.

Just checking to see if anyone else has yet had any improvement. Have LD appoint next week, and I know he'll want me to start A-bab.

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sammy
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Yay keltyl! This is super good news. I hope that you continue to feel better and better.
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Maybe this is your ticket. I hope they keep making you feel good all the time.

I did orals, 3 mo. rocephin and cowden over 3 years and now on A-L and A-bart and other than a little "something" at the beginning I feel neither good nor bad on it and I've been on it 2 mo now.

I called the office and they said to stay on maintenance dose which is 15 drops. I was taking 20 drops of both twice a day.

Other than cognitive issues and GI issues I am doing well. This may be as good as I get. I'm fully functional other than the above issues.

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Fibro/CFS/arthritis 2004
Lyme diagnosed 2007
3 1/2 years treatment with oral combos, Cowden, IV roc. BW herbs. Off all abx in 12/10. Feeling good.

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norcal
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Awesome ,I think these formulas are the future of fighting this .
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I'm up to 7 drops bid, in addition to omnicef.

I'm usually a skeptic when it comes to alternative therapy, but i really feel like the A-L is helping me.

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keltyl
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I really hope this is from the drops. I have been let down so many times. I still need more time to believe.
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the3030club
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i feel the same way. I go through periods of feeling better, and then crash back to my norm. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for both (actually all) of us.
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ukcarry
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I know exactly what you mean, Keltyl, about not being able to believe yet that the formula is actually improving your health: I would be exactly the same.

I find anyway that sometimes I am much better than others without any noticeable reason for feeling better/worse, so this does make it hard to weigh up the effectiveness of anything I take. Like you, I did not notice any improvement on antibiotics.

I really hope for you that these formulas mark the beginning of a much better state of health,

all the best,

Carry

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