Posted 4/24/2013 10:19 PM (GMT -6)
The doc that wrote this article uses a product that he himself created. His product is called Neuro-Antitox ll CNS/PNS.
I just googled Klor-Con. It is an electrolyte replenisher (because of the diuretic), but may have several undesirable side effects. I can see why Vit. C is used with it. Vit. C. is a general detoxifier and antioxident, but I do not think that it will have much or any effect on the removal of ammonia from the brain.
I doubt that most Lyme doctors are aware of the issue of elevated ammonia in the brain. You might want to give this article to him to be sure. It is important to remember that the brain is separate from what is going on in the body. A good doctor is always open to learning new things.
There is a simple inexpensive test called the "Visual Contrast Sensetivity" (VCS) created by Ritchie Shoemaker M.D. that can determine whether a person has elevated ammonia in the brain. Dr. J. has cited him elsewhere as the originator of that test.