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I don't think I can tolerate the Salt C protocol but I've been reading a bit about parasites and I'd like to start some supplement/herb that might help.

I don't do well with enemas, just want something gentle. Thoughts greatly appreciated!

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Buried on page two.

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Sick since January 1985. Misdiagnosed for 20 years. Tested CDC positive October 2005. Treating since April 2006.

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glm1111
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You can do

Humaworm

Clarkia tincture

www.drclarkia.com

or go to curezone forums because it is really informative for parasites/worms. Google curezone + parasites.

I don't know what you mean by gentle, because these herbs have to be somewaht strong to go after worms, eggs and larva.

You can also google antiparasitic foods and antiparasitic herbs.

Gael

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Suggestion: Get tested for parasites FIRST and do not believe everything you ready here or on the internet. The sky is NOT falling. Treat your LYME and you will get better. Do you have a real LLMD?

If not find one ASAP!

Peace, Love and Wellness,
JRW

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Yes, I was tested for parasites but it was negative.

Gael and JRWagner, thank you, maybe I will wait to do this since this lyme treatment is kicking my butt!

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ya don't believe everything you read on the internet
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If you tested negative- why are you even considering it?
Don't believe everything you read on the internet- and that includes Lymenet.

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Parasite testing is junk, even worse than Lyme testing.

We all carry parasites, it's just a question of how many and if they are having an affect on our already stressed immune systems.

I agree that everything on the internet should certainly not be believed, but the idea that most chronic lyme patients have some sort of parasite load is a thought that should be commonly accepted by us because it is true.

Good luck, Gael's advice is solid.

Derek

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Thanks Derek, and you are right about the testing.

I was tested many times for parasites over the yrs and they all came up negative. When I decided to do antiparasitics was when I started to get well. It's really a shame that this is so ignored,

Gael

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