I am too tired tonight, but I will try to stop back tomorrow and give some info about teasel. I've really been looking into it. Just read an article this morning that Stephen Buhner was quoted in, and he said that teasel doesn't work for disease originating in the east, but seems to work very well on infections that start in the Midwest, specifically, Wisconsin and Minnesota. He didn't mention anything further west.
Lady Barbara (ladybarbara.net) has a youtube video where she talks about getting Lyme 8 different times and curing it with teasel alone. She was on the super-small dose that some recommend. She's now been symptom-free for 10 years, I think I heard.
I can attest (and am obviously from Wisconsin) that it has a super effect on me. I got a reaction from one drop. Now, months later, I am up to 12 drops. I tried to increase it by one more drop over the weekend, but the effect was too much - pain, headache, terrible brain fog, fatigue. So, I went right back to 12.
I am not cured (Lady Barbara was supposedly cured in six weeks) after several months of teasel and several other things, but lots of things are better. I am encouraged by the research I've done over the last few days about teasel. It's one of the least expensive; a 4 oz bottle will last you a very long time.
So, we'll see. I just dropped Japanese knotweed. It was just making my system so acidic that my stomach was in agony. Now, for the moment, it's just teasel, cat's claw, sarsparilla and schizandra. Plus supplements.
I'll try to come back with some links -