Huddie, I intend on using Buhner's protocol for Babesia. It's Babs that's a protozoan infection. Those are the herbs I listed in that email I sent you yesterday(?).
Herbs that help calm (that I know for sure without looking them up) that have been mentioned are valerian (one of my fav's), chamomile, blue vervain, lemon balm, skullcap, passion flower, and oatstraw. I'm always talking about
oatstaw, but I call it avena sativa. I'm in love with this herbal tincture as well.
Everyone reacts differently to these herbs though, some can't tolerate them, some do very well with all of them. I use chamomile in my nightly tea (Sleepy Time by Celestial Seasonings), and will use passion flower (the real fruit seeds, as they grow on my property) when my insomnia is getting the better of me. It's really tasty!
As with all things when one has Lyme, introduce the herbs one at a time and watch for reactions and how it makes the person feel, even the morning after. Some calming herbs/supplements can make the person feel hungover the next morning and no one wants to deal with that! Others could produce unwanted reactions, including allergic reactions, so do be careful, especially if you choose to mix several together.