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AZURE WISH
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i am having a ton of complications from the lyme treatment and porphyria treatment.

I may have to go off abx a bit and was wondering your opinions on the best herbal supplement.

I am porbaly getting a rife machine which would help my complications but i will probaly have to wait for it to be made and my mcs is so severe nothing new can come in the house and i cant leave the house. I have a prototype mask (old now) tried to order more but they are out and wont have any for some time.

Thank you for your info and expereinces.

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Antiparasitic herbs have been a lifesaver for me. I have taken Humaworm, Hulda Clark and Hanna kroeger. I am currently on Parastroy which seems to be the strongest.

They suggest staying on the herbs for 6 mos and 1 mos off. I have chosen to stay on them for longer because they are working.

The herbs are also antibacterial and antifungal. Getting rid of parasites is key in putting Lyme into remission. Hope you consider this,

Gael

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AZURE WISH
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thank you for your response. I really just need somethhing for lyme right now. I am far to sick to start treating anyhting else right now. It honestly may kill me to try to treat anything else but if i can get stabalized i will consider it .

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My LLMD has be on Sprironil, Banderol and Samento

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I would agree Banderol and Samento would be the ones I would use for Lyme.

As a general non-pharmaceutical abx, I would also recommend Colloidal Silver.. The brand I use, is mostly only available through Practitioners and I called the distributor who assured me that this new Silver will not cause Argyria. To be safe, though, be sure not to use more than the suggested dose and take breaks from it. I alternate it with Teasel Root.

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Just starting out with the Buhner Protocol (3 1/2 weeks). Going very slow and adding a new herb or increasing amount weekly. Just added 1 capsule (1st chinese herbs) of andrographis this week. Sara at that site can discuss the herbs and their uses.

Last night I was able to remember my dreams or knew I dreamt for the first time is at least 6 years.

I am looking for a new LLMD so thought I would get up on the herbs before starting the ABX's.

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