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BryanRosner1
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Just looking for people to share their best Bart treatments. How about ozone? Antibiotics / Herb combos? Thanks.
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I would try Bart nosodes through infrared first, the fastest and simplest of all treatments.

Once a week, 10 minutes or so of treatment, that would be all, change a bit the nosodes, until no more symptoms.

I'm trying to convince the maker of the PE1 to build some units for rent, for those who would like to try the therapies only temporarily...

Wish me luck to convince him!

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Try Sida Acuta, Cryptolepsis, and fresh leaf houttuynia. Japanese Knotweed and Cats Claw also help.
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Brussels, funny, I just read a LONG Lymenet post from you about Bart where you list MANY herbs.

I like the PE1 idea better, more simple :-)

I do have a PE1 and some old bart nosodes -- how long is the shelf life of the bart nosodes? I have some Desert nosodes that are 10 years old. Will they still work?

Any other brands of Bart nosodes you recommend?

What do you think of ozone 10 pass? I've been hearing some good results from people.

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how to tackle neurological bartonella

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been there done that!

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Nosodes are good forever unless they get exposed to strong emf- like a microwave, cell phone or if it is opened and exposed to strong odors like onion or essential oils.
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