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Cass A
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Dear Friends,

I just checked out a link from another thread to Jernigan Neutraceuticals.

They claim to have a 6 month Lyme Protocol, plus herbal/electromagnetic formulas that address detoxing and Lyme, among other things.

This is the first I've seen of this enterprise.

Has anyone here used their products?

Results???

Best,

Cass A

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See the posts on Hansa Center by Gary. If you do it on your own you should get his book.
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randibear
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i've heard both good and bad. do the research. and it's expensive i think.

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gwb
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Cass, I sent you a pm with some information.

Gary

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randibear, I don't disagree that it's expensive, but after five years of getting sicker and sicker, and poorer and poorer on traditional treatments (abx), it was a cheap price to pay to get well.

I've said this before and I'll say it again, the two week treatment protocol at the Hansa Center is expensive, but if it helps you to get better (which it did for me) it's priceless.

I wish I had all the thousands of dollars I spent on LLMDs and the 15 or more abx I bought, and the frequent trips to the ER and other doctors trying to get well. Not to mention, I have nearly 100 bottles of various supplements in my cupboard because I thought one of them would be the "magic cure". Now that's expensive!

Most of you on here know about my thread on the Hansa Center. For those of you who don't here's the link:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/89968?

Gary

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I would buy Dr J's book beat lyme disease rev 2 if you want to do his protocol

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My LLMD suggested I try the CNS antitox and the musculoskeletal antitox. They were a nice addition but not a magic cure.

I used them orally as well as in the bath. The CNS one seemed especially effective in the bath but would cause pretty severe, what I felt was heart swelling and head throbbing so I would need to rest for a long while afterwards to cool down.

If you have the extra money, it can be a good supplemental kind of thing, in my opinion. Of course we are all different and different things happen during different stages of healing and treatment.

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randibear
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just a suggestion but maybe others might have a need for those supplements you aren't using.
i've mailed lots of things to other people because they couldn't afford them.

i might look into the ammonia thing tho.

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gwb
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Here's some good information on ammonia in the brain.

http://www.hansacenter.com/pdfs/AmmoniaBloodBrainBarrier.pdf

Gary

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Is there an inexpensive way to treat ammonia in the brain ? What is in his formula? Has anyone here found it really helpful?
I have HORRIBLE (!) cognitive problems that make me feel like an idiot every day .

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Yes, I've used the Neuro-Toxin ll Cardio and it worked great for me. I also used their Microbojen formula as well.

Here's link to the four different Neuro-Toxin formulas:

http://abc.eznettools.net/jernigannutraceuticals/Neuro-Antitox2.html

Microbojen link:

http://abc.eznettools.net/jernigannutraceuticals/Microbojen.html

They cost $48.00 a bottle.

Gary

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Gary,

Thanks so much for this information and the handy links. It's good to have input regarding your positive experience.
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Some of what Jernigan addresses is discussed by this author:
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www.townsendletter.com/FebMar2006/lyme0206.htm

BIOCHEMISTRY OF LYME DISEASE: BORRELIA BURGDORFERI SPIROCHETE / CYST

by Prof. Robert W. Bradford and Henry W. Allen

EXCERPTS:
. . .

A discovery of great importance relating to a toxin produced by the causative agent of Lyme disease, Borrelia burgdorferi, has been linked to a similar toxin produced by the organism Clostridium botulinum (botulism). . . .

[extensive explanation of:]

* Lyme Disease Toxin . . .

* Action of Toxin . . .

* Dietary Supplements in Lyme Disease . . .

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- Full article and great photos at link above.

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NOTE OF CAUTION: While this is an excellent article regarding the information about the spirochete/cyst, there is one serious caution with one of the treatments suggested: Bismuth.

Bismuth, in extreme forms or methods of use, can be dangerous (and has been connected to fatality from IV use). If you download the article, please copy and paste this note to top your page.

Reading - and learning - about the nature of this infection is invaluable. The authors offer much in that regard, I just wish they'd adequately cautioned that bismuth requires lots of education.
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SForsgren
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I like and use some of the Jernigan products and do believe they have been helpful for people, myself included. I like their Neuro-Antitox, Yeast-Ease, Paragen, etc.

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Scott

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