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canefan17
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Anyone here use this broad spectrum anti-viral?

Thoughts on it?

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NanaDubo
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I use it. Has berberine which is good for lots of things. Viressence also used for insulin resistance.
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Kristen J.
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Tried few drops of berberine, (Oregon Grape) and had a huge herx....i think it was bart. So if you have bart issues go slow!!!!!
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Kristen

That's interesting. Wonder if it stirred Bart up or really killed it.

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GiGi
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If you want to stop the multiplication of viruses of many kinds, get EMF and RF under control.

Viruses multiply like rabbits when exposed to electromagnetism. Symptoms of viruses can be every symptom that we talk about when we have Lyme - from shoulder pain, neck pain, any pain, to numbness, etc. because viruses live with the toxic metals who cause similar symptoms - anywhere in the weaker spots of the body. Previous heavy lyme or old injury areas can be affected and feel the same as viruses.

They do not necessarily feel like a cold or flu.

Often anti-metal treatment along with anti-virals of various kinds work.

Learn how to test yourself and you will be able to figure out which of the anti's work best, separately or in combination. And add in some liver support and kidney support when you do it. Testing tells you what works.

Take care.

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As a rule, I shy away from supplements that have catchy names. I want the real deal and want it to say exactly what it is.

I tried to find the ingredients in this but that is not easy. I gave up.

What is the manufacturers website?

Can you post the link for the full ingredient list?

As rule, you can find great detail here for many of the support supplements for lyme, just search to see if Scott has written about it:

www.betterhealthguy.com

The Better Health Guy - a site dedicated to lyme
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Kristen J.
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Cane...i saw that ingredient in one of the Bart formulas, i think. maybe A-Bart or Bart 1

So hard to remember thing with a chronic ice pick head ache:(((((

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Lauralyme
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Ingredients:
Melissa
St John's Wort
Oregon Grape Root
Lomatium Dissectum
Golden Seal
Echinacea
Ginko Biloba
Cilantro
Myrrh
Alcohol 30%

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We must remember, I think, that the body is not made up of little boxes -- borrelia in one, metals in another, viruses in yet another, bartonella, chlamydia, all of them in separate boxes/compartments. That is why Dr. K. composed Viressence in such a way. It works great and crosses over into a number of the other infectionsother toxicities that are always present, because they are all part of the total eco-system in our body.

If you look up the different substances, they all do their part in the overall system and they do it better in this combination and are less problem-causing than if you were taking the individual plants, or whatever they are, separately.

Viressence has become one of my favorites in the medicine cabinet, because it covers even the heavy metals that are knocked loose during any correction that is taking place. It is often combined with Quintessence, with a similar purpose in mind.

Viressence can be a beautiful part of the Lyme Cocktail, when combined with phospholipids to become a liposomal reaching much further than a single herb would. Gingko helps ciruculation....., meaning we need to get the stuff to the areas where they can become effective and not get stuck someplace. It is often combined with Quintessence for the same reason.

Just my thoughts -- my own experience.

Take care.

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Lauralyme,

Thanks for the ingredient list. It looks very good.

GiGi,

Thanks for letting us know that Dr. K developed this. That certainly helps to know someone of his reputation is behind it.

Still not sure of the home web site link for this.

Is it Nature Pure Nutrition? That is the first link that comes from a search of the name.
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Keebler - It's Biopureus.com
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