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lymenotlite
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I had neuro lyme - like drooling in my chair for some time. My brain is still not quite working right, although much better.

Is there some kind of brain cleanse or supplements to clear out my head? Right now I'm starting to use vinpocetine and it makes me a bit out of it. That might be a good thing. Too early to tell.

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I am having the same issue. Has ur Dr checked ur ammonia levels? There was some other stuff my llmd tested for but it is upstairs.

We r also going down the 23andme path. Still waiting for those results.

Essentially my llmd thinks it is a detox issue.

Meanwhile my other doctor put me on 3 tablspoons of coconut oil and/or medium chain triglycerides. Supposed to help people with alzheimers.

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Maia_Azure
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Fatty acids! Good quality fish oil, PC oil, butyrate, linolic acid oil.

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Sick since 2000
Bulls eye 2005
Dx Babesia, Lyme 2014

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lpkayak
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Im glad i take a lot of those already...but what is pc oil?

I have noticed brain fog is way better with both lyme tx and mitochondrial support

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SacredHeart
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Not to distract from the issue, but did any of you have the twitching with your arms and legs jumping around? Emotional problems? I'm just wondering how far along I am with this since it has obviously effected my nervous system. Should I ask my LLMD about the supplements you are mentioning. Ya, what is PC oil?

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lpkayak
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I can usually stop twitching with mag...cakcium and potassium matters too

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PC= phosphatidylcholine

Soy lecithin granules are a great source:

https://www.google.com/shopping/product/688363965414421451?q=soy+lecithin&biw=1081&bih=648&psj=1&bav=on.2,or.r_cp.r_qf.&bvm=bv.83829542,d.eXY&tch=1&ech=1&psi=zW68VMzAIcSXNqbsgNAO.1 421635278183.9&prds=paur:ClkAsKraX5eUh19hGeWRT1HHpoDAKveJXTECdyTH7ru6xBj33aOdd6i0oX8_KzyyG_y7Wjqxh4ybYpL3y_Zwe8e8BenxVGjcpjo1G7rn-ttlCZEqPkEpJPQzexIZAFPVH733tqo_HXovIl1X0is9z4uUiW8 W6w&ei=Dm-8VOfSNMWZgwSdsICoAg&ved=0CKcBEKYrMAI4FA

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Oh...yes...i love tht. I think of it as one of my mito supps

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Maia_Azure
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This is a good intro to PC OIL ( usually I hate forbes)

http://www.forbes.com/fdc/welcome_mjx.shtml

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Maia_Azure
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I think fatty acids are so important, esp if you've depleted yourself with chronic illness and poor diet ( ie western diet)

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I'm still amazed at how my brain was able to heal over time with mHBOT (using a home chamber).

Here are some compelling images of before and after treatment SPECT scans of patients with different chronic brain conditions (download PDF from icon at bottom of page):

http://www.hbot.com/SPECT-imaging-PDF

mHBOT is really the only treatment known at this time that promotes rebuilding of neural tissue, and release of the body's own stem cells.

A nerve healing diet is also crucial, with lots of good fats and whole foods...

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It's reversible. Kratom allowed me to read again. Kratom and high dose turmeric.

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susank
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What is Kratom?

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Pos.Bb culture 2012
Labcorp - no bands ever
Igenex - Neg. 4 times
With overall bands:
IGM 18,28,41,66 IND: 23-25,34,39
IGG 41,58 IND: 39
Bart H IGG 40

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I was just reading about Standard Process

Neurotrophin PMG: Support for brain trauma,

sluggish thought, brain disorders, loss of

memory. Helps rebuild damaged nerves and supports

healthy function.


I'd add to that OPC Synergy which is also a good antioxidant for the brain.


When our loved one got diagnosed with Lyme I flew

to Florida to learn Dr. Ulan's muscle testing and

also to learn about the Standard Process and

MediHerb supplements. That is why I am sharing

this info with you all. Lyme has a huge learning

curve to it. I read LymeNet daily and I

learn a lot from all of you, too.

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lpkayak
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How high dose tumeric? How long? Tumeric seemes to be the new miracle supp...im serious...it helps a lot of things

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lpkayak
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Wow look up...thst loved one is lucky to have you. I remember when my mom got sick. I w a s sick but wasnt dx

I did my best even talked to LL prifessionals but once she was in nursing home i could not make things happen

Coyldnt even get igenex test

She suffered for years with inadeqate pain meds and no tx

Now as i get older i am suffering frm many of her sx...but i can figure out it i lyme...with tx and herx etc

I dont believe i could learn muscle testing now but back then...maybe

You.are a very special peson to do that for thwm

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Ipkayak, there is too much suffering in the world.
[Frown]
It makes my heart heavy.

There are many ways to test things energetically.

I have been very skeptical of all of these ways

but have been convinced through amazing results

that doing this kind of testing is valuable.

Brussels told me about the Omura O-Ring testing

which she uses. I don't seem to be able to use

that way--sure wished I could. I keep trying.

Maybe it could work for you?

http://vimeo.com/9454676

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Hitting the bugs with abx and TIME
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