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Hoops123
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Anyone have success with this approach?
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I read posts a few months ago that someone here was getting better with Cowden .

If you google :"lyme disease Cowden protocol improvement " it may take you to several health boards with info.

I did this with "colloidal silver lyme disease "and found input at several places .

You might want to consider the real possibility of parasite treatment . Several here have improved with ivermectin , salt C , and parasite herbs and drugs .

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Do you think the herbs in the Cowden protocol are strong enough to work on parasites?
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Enula works on roundworms, but otherwise, no.

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Six - would you recommend a trial run of humaworm or parastroy - and if so, which one?
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I used Humaworm several times, but I didn't know about Parastroy, so I can't really say I like one more than another.

Cowden still has a similar philosophy to abx in that it's killing bugs. In my personal experience, it wasn't enough. The body needs to be strengthened .... so if I were trying it now, I would do all the things I did once I used the Bionic 880 ~ healing the gut, exercise, sleep, diet, etc. Once I got the idea that my own immune system was stronger than any med/herb I could take, I did what I could to make my body stronger. It's a paradigm shift.

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Banderol is good stuff. Cat's claw tea is good. The rest of the protocol is not used by a lot of people doing their own doctoring.

Raw garlic, Absorbic acid, in large amounts.

Reshi mushrooms

MSM, Taurine, Charcoal

MMS

Grapefruit seed extract


Magnesium Oil transdermanly

Have had success using this combo. Along with a few supplements. I also would pulse a lot.

Used herx as my guide no abx for me.

Good luck Pat

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