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brothers6
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Hi All

I happened upon a website about this nutrient called Limu. Oh...they are the "original limu". Apparently there is already a Limu knockoff.

Anywhere, there was a testimonial from a Lyme Patient. Has anyone tried this product? Its from brown seaweed off the coast of Tonga.

Feedback please.

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Nineteen years without treatment. Cranky and miserable, but ready to start IV antibiotic therapy. Please pray for me, as I am very sick.

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Bringing this back to the top....has anyone tried or heard of this? Any feedback appreciated. Thanks Robin in Houston
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Have not tried this. Was doing some herbal research for hubby today and ran across a reference to Limu and Lyme disease myself. May be the same one you found.

Note: The "Original Limu" product also includes papaya, mango and grapefruit extract -- seems like it might be a good source of antioxidants and nutrients, but my personal opinion is that it would work as a nutritional supplement only and have no killing effect on Lyme or any coinfection. This is just my personal opinion.

http://www.healthherbs.com/product.php?pid=8035-001

Also note that the product is looking for distributors -- I am always leery of "multi-level" marketing products.

Bea Seibert

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grapefruit seed extract hypothetically is a cyst buster so perhaps this may be why it worked.

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