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Mars Bars
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Hi folks, I had one of the worst herxes I've ever had after the lunar eclipse. Did anyone else experience this? Lots of encephalopathic symptoms, sleep disfunction, anxiety, rage, etc. Scary!
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I have heard of people having a surge of symptoms with the full moon. I can see that might be the case as it has stronger influences on the tides etc.

Since the eclipse is really just a shadow of the earth on the moon,
I kinda think it wouldn't make the pull on the earth any more intense.


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Yes, many in my local support group had increase in symptoms from this powerful full moon.

In my area we also had a huge weather front that happened at the same time. So a double whammy.

Lyme is an earth illness, so we can be slammed. I had not reacted to a full moon in several months. But this one got me.


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