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daphnesmom1
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Continues to find a system without abx.

I feel I am at I at a stage with the infections have been beaten back (10 years of treatment with abx and herbs).

Does anyone have experience with the RNA system?

https://www.resultsrna.com/ultimate-lyme-disease-support-system/

It looks like it has everything we have been told me need, although I have never done Zeolite or Silver.

It's seems expensive, but that's not unusual for this disease.

Thoughts? Thanks

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I've used colloidal silver for many years for various things. It's always my first go-to for an abx. I use Mesosilver. You get a lot more for your money and it's good quality.

I also have used zeolite for heavy metal and toxin binding and find it helpful. The little spray bottle that comes with the RNA is very convenient and I've used it, but again, not as economical as other options.

I have used liposomal glutathione with good results for toxicity. Again, I've used another brand.

I haven't used the ACN neuro, but I have taken many of those things separately.

This might be worth a try, but I'd get bigger sizes from other sources of the others unless the convenience of the spay is more important than the cost.

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Thanks six! I agree if I were to buy it I would get the bigger size.

What makes me nervous is treating without the oversight of an LLMD, or LLND. Not really sure why, everything we take is experimental anyway.

If I could boil my treatment protocol down to 4 spray bottles and maybe a couple of supplements I would be thrilled!

Not sure it's that easy though.

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