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mariel21
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I just stopped my Zithromax and malarone as I felt so incredibly sick and now my spine and neck are on fire. I then used my Rife machine to see if that would help and now I'm getting hundreds of PVC's. I don't feel like going to the ER for this. Can anyone tell me what to take to reduce the inflammation? I can't win.Thanks.
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My GO to for Inflamation and pain is Epsom salt baths.
You will get instant magnesium absorption.
It will not interfere with your antibiotic dosing schedule either.

Hope you find relief. PAIN is the WORST!

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I found with myself when inflammation was soaring that is was my liver screaming for help. If your liver is overwhelmed and toxic, it will effect the entire body.

There is tons of info on this site, found with the search button, to find some relief for the liver.

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Thank you to both of you. I ran to my naturopath today who gave me something to take down the cytokines. I hope this works.I will also take milk thistle and Epsom salt baths.
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You can see if taking turmeric will help. It's a cooking spice and it takes down inflammation! I take a capsule in the am and pm and it greatly takes down pain. I get the powder in bulk at the healthfood store and dip empty 00-size capsules into it.
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Thanks- taking a supplement now that has turmeric and takes down cytokines. Hoping this works as this is agonizing.
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Carbon 60 is like a super antioxidant and also detoxifies. I have been using it for about six months to prevent excessive inflammation due to Crohn's disease.

Can't really tell if it works for inflammation since it was minimal to begin with. Did help my mental state some. That was preceded by a two week brain fog. Some pretty good detoxing going on there I suspect.

Dan

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I can only (so far) reduce my inflamation by usin gthe supplements my genetic counsellor RX me. I have huge inflammation and it is pretty under control when I stick to what he tells me to take. You can PM me for details, but be assured- it is according to MY genetics- so it probably will not help you unless we are identical, haha

so, I suggest you see a genetic person and get on things that will help you reduce inflammation!

This all surrounds MCAS and all that good stuff- liver issues and how *I* can easily develop iron overload (contributes and is also linked to inflammation/MAST)... so keep searching for YOUR PERSONAL STORY, and dont give up!

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hands down venom is 4 x more anti inflammatory thank corticosteroids....
that said more people are willing to try RSO (ricksimpson oil) or now dubbed as full spectrum oil in the states where its legal.....

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bluelyme, I odn't remember 100% about RSO , but it is high THC, right? thc makes my pain SX much worse sometimes. and it is not the strain or type of herb used. it is my body on any given day.

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D< Bergy- I was crazy to do Rife after coming off these antibiotics. No words to describe the state I'm in!
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Neurotoxin binders: bentonite clay, charcoal, Burbur from Nutramedix

General detox: castor oil packs, coffee enemas, vitamin c flushes

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Hope you feel better soon, Mariel!!

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Mariel, so you would say the rifing caused the inflammation?
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It sure hasn't helped.

Thank you everyone for your wishes.It's another holiday season I can write off.

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You could try some Zheng Gu Shui as long as you don't get it in your eyes! It's a Chinese herbal liquid remedy that martial artists take after getting banged up a bit. It calms down pain for me if it's a surface pain. My health food store has it.

Hm - neck pain - maybe experiment with some magnesium supplements, which can relax muscle spasms.

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I'm confused.
If you stopped antibiotics then the rife machine took over the killing process that the antibiotics did before you stopped using them. So if you stop antibiotics AND the rifing then you have nothing that kills lyme of.

Are you gonna start any of those two again?

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Yes but I have to take a break. You need time to detox and let the inflammation die down or you'll feel like jumping off a bridge.
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