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sickofsick
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Does anyone have experience doing IV phospholipid PK(Patricia Kane)protocol?
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joalo
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Up for input.

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GiGi
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We have done it years ago. It is incredibly expensive and not worth it. It is one of the different hundred things one has to do to unload the burden and I have not heard of any outstanding results. We tried plenty of it and I would not spend another penny on it.

You are better off getting familiar with the KLC (Klinghardt Lyme Cocktail) that contains the phospholipids and in my humble opinion is a much broader, simpler, and a lot less expensive way to go. Over an extended period of time, this will bring improvement. The KLC recipe is on the Klinghardt Academy website.

Wishing you well.

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I posted once asking if anyone has used it and then went on antibiotics. That's an approach a doctor I

have come across said he would use.

I have been interested and have not come across any real successes...

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Jasmin,

Since we are in the same state, I would like to talk with you more. Sending you a PM.

Lori

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Thanks, Gigi. Just wondering. So many approaches to treating this disease.
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I was asked about the PK protocol on another support group and came here looking for answers because I knew it had been discussed.

I found this thread which included GiGi's comment on the KLC working well... so I went back there and told them that. I found a link for the protocol... and then I saw ALL the ingredients.

Wow! There are a lot of ingredients.

I thought... when I had major brain fog, I never would have been able to look them all up. So, I decided to spend some time on it and look up all the ingredients and put them on my blog.

Unfortunately, I used Dr. K's last name in the url. lol so I can't post it here. So, I shortened it using bit.ly

If anyone is interested: http://bit.ly/SU8OC5

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GiGi
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All the ingredients that are mentioned in putting the KLC together are not for everyone. You must understand that all ingredients are tested with ART before for the patient before it is recommended to be included. Basically they should be good for most people except the ones who are still very toxic where a very slow approach is needed.

Its best to learn to test yourself for the ingredients or be tested by someone with ART, EAV, or any good form of muscle testing.

I would not have survived Lyme or metal detox without any of these testing methods. They are an absolute lifesaver and really worth the effort to learn to correctly use a pendulum or tensor.

Even if you have a practitioner who does this testing method, it is impossible to see him/her for the daily answers, or even weekly answers. The body does not like ever supplement every day or every med every day. That is one thing I have really learned over the years. And if you take things like that every day, it definitely backfires in the long run. It even starts to block your regulation and we become allergic to it, i.e. the body cannot utilize the stuff at all.

Most people coming to see Dr. K. the first time with a suitcase full of bottles, learn that they benefit from only a few. We try not to eat the same food day in and day out for months! because we know better.

Again, using phospholipids etc. as in the PK protocol is excellent, but that alone falls far short to heal Lyme. Take a look at the several protocols/power points I have posted and you will understand why.

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Thanks GiGi! I added a note about muscle testing to the bottom of that page. Love your posts and your knowledge and I have learned so much from you.

Btw, I cracked open my own Babushka and my son's and we are both 100% well! I have been symptom free for 60 days and loving it! He has been well for much longer. [Big Grin]

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