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keltyl
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Haven't been on here in quite awhile. Was on a cortisol lowering/insomnia protocol plus a detox protocol at the same time. Had some side effects which landed me in the hosp thinking I may be having heart problems.

Had a phone consult with my LD today, and he wants me to start on these herbs. Someone told me they saw posts about them on here, I was surprised.

I just can't read anymore today, or alot at one time but will eventually get to it. If anyone has anything good or bad to report about these herbs I would so appreciate it. My biggest worry is allergy. Seems everything I try, I'm allergic to. Running out of hope.

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sammy
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Hey keltyl, I'm taking the Byron White formulas for Babesia and Lyme.

I just started them about a week ago so it is probably too soon to tell if they are working. No adverse reactions either. I started at 3 drops BID of each and have worked my way up to 6drops BID of each.

Feel free to PM me or email me if you need help with them. I hope you feel better soon [Smile]

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merrygirl
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On a-bab for babesia. I was doing great until two days ago.not sure what happened. I didn't have trouble til I hit 5 drops, then again at 14. You are supposed to feel better as you progress. If you feel bad you cut back. I was so skeptical but I am a believer now. This is the best I have felt in a long time
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keltyl
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Thanks girls. We haven't had power all day, bad wind and rain and snow later.

Sounds a little encouraging, I'm just worried b/c I seem to be allergic to everything I try.

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The good thing is that you can start at 1 drop. My llmd said he had to show one lady how to.take 1/3 drop. So I think this has flexibility for you. What are your reactions like?
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From a few things like humaworm and cumanda, I got hives. From Dmsa I got an asthma attack. From supps I've gotten bad depression and anxiety.

A couple yrs ago I started taking grapeseed supps, and my face and neck got beet red so I stopped. That's what is worrying me about this. I read about them on their site, and it's base is grapeseed extract.

Right now I have a rash on upper body like no other I've ever had. Have stopped everything new. I even stopped my B12 shots today, even though I've been doing them a long time.

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merrygirl
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Shoot that stinks. If you try it let us know how it goes.

I had some nausea and diarrhea when I went too fast.

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moving to medical questions

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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