Friday, March 28, 2008

Fighting Lyme Disease the Natural Way

I tend to focus my blog on general health advice, but I've noticed some people looking for info on Lyme disease, so I'll try to share some pointers. It's a little intimidating b/c Lyme is intimidating. Any doctor who is confident of curing you....well, they are probably wrong!

First off, I'd say go to a naturopath or an osteopath, or a Lyme specialist of some kind who knows about more than antibiotics. That way you can do testing to find out what your body needs most. You'll likely have several organs or systems that need support or rebuilding. If possible find someone who has seen complete healing of chronic Lyme disease (I did!)

Now--What you can do on your own or suggest to your Doc.:

A ZAPPER! I love my zapper. (And no it doesn't kill bugs--at least not the flying kind!) It's a little blue box connected to 2 gel pads you put on your skin. It sends a very small amount of electricity through you at a specific frequency. It works like the old cartoons of an opera singer shattering a glass. The correct frequency "shatters" certain bacteria, viruses, or parasites. Each living creature has been found to have a unique frequency. So, I run my Zapper for the Lyme bacteria and the Epstein-Barr virus (since I have that too!) The great thing is once you buy it (a couple hundred dollars or so) you can use it over and over. The gel pads lose their sticky and have to be replaced and it uses batteries--I use rechargeable ones for this. It also has a general cycle that can be used for general illnesses at any time. You buy the specific programs separately and they have them for everything from cancer to childhood illnesses.

OK, so the Zapper sounds, well, like nothing you've probably ever heard of. But the first time I ever used it was after a weekend where I had pushed myself to the point I could hardly turn my head to look at my girls in the back seat of the car. (I can tell when things are bad in my body by the stiffness in my neck). I didn't know what to expect, but within minutes I could tell the difference in my neck. By the time it was finished, my shoulder were loser than they had been in a long time. It was like the hour or so of wearing the Zapper around wiped out a weekend of pushing myself. Amazing! I try to do it once a day on each of the cycles (Epstein Barr and Lyme), but sometimes I don't accomplish that. I'm not exactly a model of discipline right now! :)

Second best thing I'm trying right now: MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution). I like it b/c there have been studies showing amazing results with MMS with curing AIDS and malaria. There are testimonies about Lyme disease too. And it's super CHEAP! It just kills off general bad things in your body. Some people use it to clean out the general parasites and germs we carry around in our body. There are no known side effects.

Using MMS for Lyme disease--you start with 1 drop and slowly add drops as long as you have no signs of nausea. One person (not the creator of MMS) suggested "pulsing" by taking a day off every 4th day when using it for Lyme disease.

I honestly can't tell you how well the MMS works simply b/c the Zapper was already helping me so much, it's hard to tell much difference. I didn't have any major symptoms to measure. But it's an easy thing to take and I'm almost up to 14 drops, so hopefully I'll get a good progress report from the dr. at my next appointment.

So, those are 2 Lyme specific treatments worth investigating.

And I'd also recommend a traditional foods diet, drinking a daily ACV drink , Kombucha (another drink), and T-Tapp (exercise program). If you are not ready for a major diet change, at least eliminate sugar. It feed the Lyme disease. I've found even small amounts really affect me.

I'm currently reading The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments: Defeat Lyme Disease with the Best of Conventional and Alternative Medicine. If it's as good as it looks, I'll post a review. So far I'm really excited about it.

Lyme disease is a growing and hidden problem with no easy answers. It's so important to know how to build up your body to overcome (or for the rest of you just avoid) Lyme disease. If you have Lyme disease and have questions, I'd love to help in any way I can. Please e-mail me.

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