There are some herbal protocols that can be done from home:
Stephen Harod Buhner wrote a book called "Healing Lyme" in which he details his protocol for Lyme using specific herbs.
Dr. Jernigen has a book out called "Beating Lyme" in which he talks about his protocol for treating Lyme, mostly using herbs, too. These products are available from the Hansa Center website.
Dr. Zhang has an herbal protocol based on Chinese herbs, and I've read that he is willing to do brief phone consultations, not sure what his website is...
Also, if there are any Naturopathic physicians in your town, you might consider working with one of them to help you with improving your overall health, and they may be able to help guide you in one of the herbal protocols from the books mentioned above. Naturopathic physicians tend to be more open-minded, as well, so you may find one that is willing to acknowledge your need for treatment for Lyme Disease.
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