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Yankeedorie
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Hello all

I was put on Mimosa Supreme seed and after 2 pills had a bad reaction in 4 hours which lasted 6 hours.

Iv had Lyme for 30 years , it continues to resurface

I am on a host of supplements , have a good LLMD

Im on time released xanax which he knew.

This mimosa supreme may have been too strong or captured the xanax in the slime preventing it from working.

I think it was too soon for a herx. Took 2 caps

Im looking for an alternative that does not release this slime. Thanks for some proven advice

Joe

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I don't know if you've tried this, but maybe Olive Leaf Extract capsules might help you. OLE is anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-parasitical.

Read about Dr. Morton Walker and Olive Leaf Extract: Antimicrobial Therapy" in the Townsend Letter

https://www.allhealthtrends.com/townsend-letter-may.pdf

I have his book, "Olive Leaf Extract: Nature's Antibiotic" which I purchased online.

Are you referring to biofilm when you write "slime"? I don't know about the effects of OLE on that.

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Hi, I use Oliverex along with a host of others. The slime comes from the seeds that melt

Like sea weed or jellyfish.

The Mimosa it extremely strong and I am certain I was given too much.

This convinced me

Eric Bakker N.D


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQLULu2DDu0

https://www.yeastinfection.org/parasite-cleansing-what-should-i-expect/

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Tryal - one of the 6% cured of LD
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FYI, Mimosa Supreme is not one of the seven herbs proven by dr. Zhang in his petri dish study, in the news recently.
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