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tonyp
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In Bryan R book, it list enzymes as a top 10 Lyme treatment.

What are people experience?

Does it make abx more effective as it breaks down the biofilm?

I have Genestra Digest plus. Does it have to be wobenzyme or a product that is coated so it can reach the intestine.

Bryan's book talks about taking it without food.

Any feedback would be appreciated

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Levequin 500 mg March 2008
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Remission for 6 months
Relapse Sept 2009 zithro/flagyl

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aklnwlf
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Do a search in Medical typing in enzymes.

You'll get alot of information that way.

Any questions that you have you can do a search there.

I've done that many, many times when I don't get a lot of responses and there's lots of wonderful info that's already been posted.

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