What is the stuff used in dext bath

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ladybug44r
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   Posted 5/15/2010 10:33 PM (GMT -6)   
used for. Epison Salt I kind of get, but not the other.
 
Do you get rashes with Lyme diease and does this stuff help?
 
Veronica
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GWB
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   Posted 5/15/2010 11:14 PM (GMT -6)   
ladybug,

I copied this from "New to Lyme...Start Here"

Deejavu posted this:

1. Detox Bath: Put the thermometer in the water to make sure the temperature is around 98 degrees, NOT warmer. (You do not want HOT water as that can make you feel worse).

As the water is running, add 4 to 6 cups of Epsom Salts and entire bottle(s) of Hydrogen Peroxide (32 oz., food grade is 3%). Some use 2 bottles.

Before getting into the bath, you will need a Natural Fiber Brush and do a "dry skin brushing" to unclog your pores always brushing toward your heart, don't forget to brush the soles of your feet too!

The Epsom Salts help draw out the toxins and at the same time the magnesium absorbs into your bloodstream, most people do NOT have enough magnesium. The Hydrogen Peroxide adds oxygen into your bloodstream which lyme spirochetes hate. Try to stay in the bath a minimum of 20 to 30 minutes, the longer, the better.

Detox Baths are NOT a one time thing. One must do them daily or start off slow and eventually build up to them. One bath will not accomplish much. NOTE: Most people feel "worse" during the first week of detox baths and eventually feel better since it is a cumulative effect.

Epsom Salts and Hydrogen Peroxide: Recent research has shown that one when soaks in a bath of magnesium sulfate, both magnesium and the sulfate independently increase measurably in the blood and urine. Magnesium sulfate helps stabilize Hydrogen Peroxide so that the ultimate breakdown into H2O and free oxygen is more gradual and functional to the process of benefiting the body. This research documents the very real beneficial aspects of this bath therapy.

Actions of Bath Ingredients:

Hydrogen Peroxide: a simple non-toxic molecule of H2O2 that is beneficial in oxidizing (breaking down) toxins as well as killing anaerobic microbes. It will also detoxify pesticides and petroleum-based toxins and oxidize metals. Hydrogen Peroxide is also naturally produced by macrophages in the body to kill harmful bacteria.

The Epsom Salt Council reports this:

Magnesium is the second most abundant element in human cells and the fourth-most positivity charged ion in the body.

The National Academy of Sciences reports: Most Americans are magnesium deficient helping to account for our society's high rate of heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, arthritis and joint pain, digestive maladies and stress-related illnesses.

Raising magnesium levels may improve heart and circulatory health, reducing irregular heartbeats, preventing hardening of the arteries, lowering blood pressure. Flush toxins and heavy metals from the cells, easing muscle pain and helping the body to eliminate harmful substances.

Ginger: functions to open up pores of the skin and increase the blood flow at the surface of the skin so that the oxygen from the hydrogen peroxide can do its work in detoxifying poisons and kill bacteria and fungi. The pores open wider so that the magnesium sulfate can be more readily absorbed. Ginger is invigorating and can stimulate perspiration for the elimination of toxins.


I do detox baths three or four times a week and it helps me tremendously. What are you waiting for--get started now! turn

Gary

ladybug44r
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   Posted 5/16/2010 12:03 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you.

I thought that maybe you continual have rashes due to lyme disease.
Veronica
DX Fibro 12/31/07   Guess I can put the rest dx
PSTD  Bi Polar 2/04  Depression most of my life  IBS
RX Amitriptylin 25mg
 
God gives doesn't give us more than we can handle. So this too shall pass.


GWB
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   Posted 5/16/2010 5:46 AM (GMT -6)   
Some people have reoccurring rashes, yes, but not related to the detox baths that I'm aware of. My wife, who is having a slight relapse right now, tends to get rashes in different areas of her body, even where she wasn't bitten. I don't know why it happens but for her it happens frequently and they come and go.

I've never had a rash in the whole 15 years I've had lyme disease. Everyone is different. As to why you get them, don't know, maybe someone else on here can explain it.

Gary

Post Edited (GWB) : 5/16/2010 8:08:16 AM (GMT-6)


Kodak
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   Posted 5/16/2010 7:54 AM (GMT -6)   
I think the rash is just another immune response.
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