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Kat1777
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I never watch TV, but I'm off work today and the TV is on. An infomercial for Nopalea is running in the background. Low and behold a woman comes on and starts talking about how she was bitten by a deer tick, and my ears perk up. She says that while she is being treated (presumably by a Lyme literate doctor ?) this drink is helping her get her life back.

Has anyone tried Nopalea? It is supposed to reduce inflammation. My CRP has been declining since I started treatment, but it's still higher than it should be. Would it be worth giving this product a try?

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lpkayak
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i know someone who had morgellons and i think lyme and had an awful time and her husband bought it for her and it turned her live around. last i hear she is really well now. she was really sick when i met her...now she is too busy to talk! she is selling the stuff now...but i know for sure she was sick b4 it and much better after it...its so hard to tell what will work...we are all different

the lady i know is from texas and comes on here occasionally...

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It's probably better than the ASEA mentioned this week!

I think mangosteen or Nopalea are two good options.

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