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mazou
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Let me ask...

Is it ok that I am sharing what is working for me? I am not sharing to brag.

I am sharing in hopes that it may help others. I am not yet a success story, not even by a long shot, but have making a lot of progress lately.

If it turns you off, just ignore the rest of the post : )

I have ramped each up separately, so that I may observe the effects. This is how they have worked for me:

1. Buhner core protocol (on for 1.5 mos so far). Stabilizing to my health.

2. Huperzine: gave me back my sense of direction. (Learned my way around Los Angeles in less than a day. So awesome. L.A. is awesome too!)

3. DMAE: have heard that this repairs the corpus callosum, so I tried it to help with the dyslexia-like problems. I am actually making some headway in my reading ability. Able to focus on details and lists a little bit better.

4. RNA: recommended by my fabulous, woo-woo chiropractor after muscle testing. Not sure what this has done yet, but I trust him.

5. Zinc: helping with focus. I can actually look someone in the eye and somewhat understand what they are saying

6. Gingko. This has always worked for me, even in the past. But it gave me a wicked herx in the beginning. I was like a helium balloon.

Anyways, hope this helps.

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joalo
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It's so nice to hear you are improving! Please keep us posted on your progress. [group hug]

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mazou
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Thanks, joalo.
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This actually is very helpful.

Thanks for sharing.

I wish there was more of this kind of sharing happening more regularly.

Best of luck to you and continued healing

Derek

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mazou
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Thanks, Derek. That's my intention.
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MariaA
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well, since there are now fewer Buhner threads than there used to be when Brussels and JimBob were posting all the time, I'm now re-starting up the herbal threads compendium with 2010 stuff so it'll be easy to find at least that subject matter easily.

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MariaA
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well, since there are now fewer Buhner threads than there used to be when Brussels and JimBob were posting all the time, I'm now re-starting up the herbal threads compendium with 2010 stuff so it'll be easy to find at least that subject matter easily.

there were a few months when I just couldn't keep up with all the herbal discussion on Lymenet- it's now slightly more manageable since a lot of people moved their herbal questions over to the Buhner Yahoogroup, etc.

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Find me at Lymefriends, I post under the same name.
diet: http://lymefriends.ning.com/group/healthylowcarbrecipes
Homemade Probiotics thread
Herbal Links Thread

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Thanks, Maria.
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