Welcome to the Island of Misfit Toys!
If you've not yet done so, I suggest reviewing the New To Lyme? Start Here!
thread. It's full of great information.
Also, people take many different approaches, in an effort to help support their bodies. This includes Pharmaceuticals, Herbs, Homeopathy, Supplements, Ozone, Rife Machine, Bee Venom Therapy, Coffee Enemas, Detoxing, Fasting, Elimination Diet, Sleep, Stress Management, Massage, Exercise, and more. In some cases, people may be using a combination of these approaches.
Therefore, there's no "one way" to healing. Obviously, if someone had "the" magic formula, none of us would be sick. And, what works for one person may not work for another person. Heck, what works for one person now may stop working for that same person next week or next month.
Thus, I encourage flexibility and patience in your approach.
With that segue, following is a video that I watched last night. I like his philosophy and approach to helping support patients' bodies.Helping the Body Beat Lyme Disease - Dr. David Jernigan, Hansa Center for Optimum Health/youtu.be/u8_dyHJWR7U
Here are some other resources you may find interesting:Lyme Disease: Why An Antibiotic Bug Bomb Is Not The Answer!bit.ly/2shKR2JHeavy Metal Toxicity: A Modern Day Epidemic Not Being Addressedbit.ly/2sWbS9N5 Steps to Restoring Health Protocol (AudioBook)bit.ly/2rUEJNB
I'm not suggesting that the above approaches are the only way (or, even the RIGHT way) for you or anyone. It's just about
being an informed consumer and then making the choice that feels appropriate.
Remember, I'm not a Doctor and I don't play one on TV!
Good luck and Godspeed,