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gigimac
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I am thinking of taking knotweed for bartonella. Do people herx on knotweed? I'm hoping maybe this will be a gentler way to help with bart?
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it seems to have increased the herxing for me. But I have been steadily improving for a while, so the herxes are not terrible anymore. I am upgrading to a stronger brand, so we'll see what happens then
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what brand, Lymeboy?
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I was taking something from Mediherb called "Herbavital" But the dosage is kind of low and its getting expensive. After asking a lot of questions I have decided to go with Green Dragon Botanicals Japanese Knotweed. I even got the thumbs up from my doc, this is supposed to be a good brand. And it's cheaper than a lot of other brands. plus the dosage is much higher than what I have been taking.
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Why it is multilevel that I don't sell I really think Nutrametix Resveratol has help. It is an isotonic formula but it is expensive
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marypart
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Does it halp with bart GI symptoms? Like heartburn? Or is it mostly for neurological?
Or foot pain?

What does it seem to help?

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Son, 26, Dx Lyme 4/10, Babs 8/10
Had serious arthritis, all gone.
Currently on Valtrex
Daughter, 26,bullseye 7/11
arthritis in knees, cured and off all meds. .
Self:Lyme, bart, sxs gone, no longer treating.

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