Well, I'm pretty opinionated on the Salt/C thing- I've looked into it quite deeply- I mean a treatment that's inexpensive and easy to do at home??? Who wouldn't want to do that! BUT - after looking into it, I don't like it or the potential that it has to really harm people. Think about
how much salt you will be asked to ingest daily
, then check out what too much salt can do to an already ill body. I say stay far away from the "cures" that regular people make up!!
The Salt/C thing was created by Lyme patients and their thinking - from what I've read - was because salt kills slugs, it will kill the parasites and bacteria. Their thoughts on using high doses of vitamin C aren't bad, but the salt thing ruins it all.
Samento/Banderol has been proven effective against these infections though. Big difference. Practitioners are recommending these two things to treat these infections with, not just patients.
I would also like to ask if you and your son are detoxing regularly? The dry skin brushing, detox baths, drinking plenty of water and eating very healthy will go a long way towards easing those symptoms. Otherwise it just takes time spent in treatment, as the pathogen loads must come down.
You could also try some other detoxing ideas like activated charcoal - but be sure if you take any kind of binders like this that you take them 2 hours after any food or meds/supplements and
2 hours before your next meal or meds/supplements - otherwise the activated charcoal and other binders will absorb those too!
Dr. David Jerigan (the owner of Hnasa Center) sells detoxing tinctures if you are interested. We've had several members here that have used them and said they work well.
Just my 2¢ on the whole thing!
Treating with Acupuncture, Traditional & Modern Chinese Medicine & Western Herbs. Before tx, I had all but 20 of the symptoms on the "Master Symptom List" for Lyme disease.
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