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MichaelTampa
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Anyone try homeopathic nosodes for lyme and/or coinfections?

Biopure has this available. Also, Deseret Biologicals has a couple--one is for borrelia and most coinfections but not bart, then the other is for bartonella.

I'm thinking of trying these, just wondering if anyone has tried them, and what their experience has been.

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karenl
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I have some at home and also would like to try them.
Please inform me if you have results. At the moment I am on abx, so probably later the nosodes.

The bionics group is working with nososdes but I think they use it together with frequencies.Also Dr. Woitzel uses the nosodes. You might do a search here for bionic, woitzel, gigi,...there was a blog.
I think homeopathics are not strong enough to kill lyme but when you are better you should stay on homeopathic treatment and rife for maintenance.

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I used nosodes with the Bionic. I used the Lyme/bab and the bart from Deseret once I got back from Germany. We use them along with the light though, so it's different.

I know people who have had good results with them, hopefully someone will post here.

If you search "desbio" you will probably come across some threads on them.

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I also would like to know if anyone has had positive results on this. I hope someone with a few answers will post.

I am under classical homeopathic care but am going to start antibiotics soon because I just keep getting worse physically on hp's. They are great for mental clarity, for me anyway.

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Yes, also the arsenicum album is great for detox and it is easy to take.I take ars album 200 C four times a day - but start slowly with C 30.
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You might talk to John about homeopathics. He started the "how do I sell a Bionic 880" thread in general support. Homeopathics was how he got better. He was under the care of a classical homeopath, he didn't do it on his own.

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I am actually doing homeopathy and it is extremely helpful. I expected nothing from it, and am very surprised.
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Just a personal opinion here, it's important to be under the care of a trained homeopath. Maybe Karenl knows something I don't, I've always been advised that repeating doses isn't necessarily a good thing.

But if it works, (sincerely) more power to those that get better with repeating doses. All I know that most classical homeopaths NEVER repeat doses at the same potency. But, just like many Lyme docs differ, so do many homeopaths. Gotta find what works for you.

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I am under the care of an experienced hom. doctor. I think what you mean is if you treat a disease you change the potency.

I use the arsenicum just to detox, again the same every day.
Same as if other people use another thing to detox like a lemon every day.
I am not treating a disease with the arsenicum.

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I got nowhere with classical homeopathics. Both NDs I did this with were sorely uneducated about the science of borrelia.

Separately (and not considered classical homeopathy, really), the Deseret lyme nosodes also were a waste of time and money - and made me much sicker, really. I think the alcohol really did me in. It's very strong and a lot is involved, about one tsp, it seemed, in a tiny brown glass vial.

I also deal with 2 kinds of porphyria and am very chemically sensitive, so even a drop of alcohol can send an emergency signal to my liver and start a downward cascade. So, that is to be considered.

I tried on two different occasions, Desert nosode sets for Borrelia. The second time, half the dose but still had horrible reactions to the alcohol from the instant it hit my mouth. I think, for the 3rd time (to use the remainder of the 2nd set) I diluted in water as per the suggestion of an ND. That also caused bad reactions. I would not have minded but I saw absolutely no improvement.

However, if used with photon treatment, these are not taken internally and seem to have much better success rate.
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The alcohol can definitely be an issue for some. People with access to a biomeridian or other imprinting machine can imprint into water bottles though.

And yes, for infrared treatment, the alcohol has no bearing

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what is nosodes?
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Keebler,
if you would use globuli there is no alcohol.

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