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aMomWithHope
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Does PE1 eliminate the anxiety caused by obsessive thoughts (caused by the tick borne infections)?

Does it help eliminate muscle aches?

How would you use the PE1 to eliminate these issues, i.e., with nosodes, without nosodoes, Nogier frequency, etc.?

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Momwhope,

Anxiety: caused by infections, I guess yes. But if caused by herxes, you got to use the right treatment for it.

The nosode treatment will increase herxes, so it can cause more anxiety. For lowering anxiety, I used 2 treatments: anti microbials and cleansers, a variety of them. Diminishing inflammation is also a must, in my opinion (allergy free food and allergy free environment), and also addressing local inflammation, specially brain.

As antimicrobial, the PE1 with nosodes will work for some pathogens.

As cleanser, you need another protocol but it also can work with the PE1.

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Muscle aches: yes, depending on the origin of the trouble. I use it for muscle aches after too much exercise and I feel it helps.

It also helped me with cramps. But if muscle aches come from other reasons, you got to see what causes it and deal with the cause...
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Nogier frequencies can work wonderful with some symptoms, like the muscle aches above. Or back aches. Or sciatica.

The use of nosodes happen only when you need to kill a pathogen causing the symptom.

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What would you suggest for reducing the inflammation in the brain?

I've been wondering if the increased anxiety is due to herxing vs. the infections. DD did just recently start an herbal protocol that seems to be working, yet her anxiety has gotten worse. Hence my thoughts that it may in fact be due to herxing. Either way, dd is very uncomfortable when these thoughts "attack" and I'd love to find a way to eliminate them.

(The recent full moon and mid-period cycle has only added to the increase.)

Have been using some Pekana and flower essences, but they don't seem to be working.

Have also just added a clay-type mineral/detox product--hopefully this is aiding the detox not adding to accumulation?

The muscles aches are due to the infections as well, using Pekana but so far no help (but has only been a week or so on the new protocol).

Thanks!

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quote:
Originally posted by aMomWithHope:
Does PE1 eliminate the anxiety caused by obsessive thoughts (caused by the tick borne infections)?

Does it help eliminate muscle aches?


Once the infections were gone, the symptoms from the infections were gone. [Smile]

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aMomWithHope,
I love your name! I pm'ed you. You can also contact me at SF_Lyme@yahoo.com.
I look forward to hearing from you,
DL

[ 10-21-2011, 08:56 PM: Message edited by: DolphinLady ]

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Another up for anyone who is interested.
Good reading!!!!

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Thanks for bringing this up again.

Does anyone have new updates to share?

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Thanks Anuta I had never read this thread before!

My son just had his 12th birthday this weekend and is in his 5 month of treating with photons.

While there have ben some ups and downs in the last few months in February he was bed ridden and now he was playing with his friend all day on his birthday, walked two kilometres to a lake and swam!

Really photons have been such a gift of health for us.

He still has a ways to go and we are continuing to find ways to get him to 100% health.

Reading this thread has been really helpful. Thank you.

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Bringing this to the top so it's easier to find for a person who has been looking for this information.

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Bumping this up too, for someone asking for information.
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I have used the PE1 successfully for treating wounds on my horses. It has been proven to stimulate circulation to promote healing.

When I used it for lyme it had a calming effect when place over acupuncture points, but it did not help kill the organisms, or help with mental clarity or even my headaches.

I used to use it literally for hours. It just didn't work for Lyme.

In the beginning I purchased the nosodes, which were expensive and completely worthless.

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