Besides trying Epsom Salt Baths, see the folowing below.
Also, be sure to look up side effect for any supplement as well. Most of the time they are okay, even if they have some side effects listed, but you want to be sure that they don't interact with any of your current medications or other health conditions. Be sure to buy good quality supplements because all supplements ARE NOT the same. Basically, I would avoid anything from convenience stores (CVS, Walgreens, etc.), SAM's Club, Grocery stores, GNC, and especially Amazon (you can never know if people are 3D-labeling, selling expired products, etc. on this site). Whole Foods and herbal shops are your best bet. They also sell online as well.
Olive Leaf Extract
Magnesium glycinate (if your are experiencing muscle cramping, but usually is good taking either way)
Fish Oil (for inflammation)
Constitutional Hydrotherapy (and other hydrotherapies)
There's others, but this may be a good start for you.
May want to avoid foods such as:
Nightshades (peppers, eggplant, potatoes, tomatoes)
Minimize the amount of Meats that you eat (they tend to be inflammatory to the body. If you do eat them, be sure they are Organically raised animals, free-range, hormone-free antibiotic free).
If you haven't already, consider going to all Organic Foods (minimize the processed foods and all the garbage chemicals in conventional foods).
Diagnosed with Lyme Disease officially in 12/2017 (Western Blot, C10 ELISA, C6 Ag/Peptide).
Sxs: First time I noticed symptoms were in 09/2017, but suspect I had it for a while before that time.
IgeneX: Babesia - pos (but barely tested pos.)
IgeneX: Bartonella - pos (but barely tested pos.), although FISH test pos.
Quest: Mycoplasma pneumoniae - IgG positive.
Tx: started in Jan. 2018.
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