Should I stop Mimosa for a while? Dizziness

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Serfr
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   Posted 3/28/2018 5:35 PM (GMT -6)   
about 17 days in so far, 2x a day. I've always had dizziness, so really cant tell if its making it worse. If i stop and start back up later will i lose any ground? Thank you.
Tried abx and iv abx for 2 yrs, now trying herbs; Chronic Tonic (bottled) CSA formula, JK, Houttunia, Andrographis, Cats Claw, Oil of Oregano
Sx Aug '13-
Extreme fatigue, dizziness, head pressure, 1 seizure, ringing ears, crawling sensations everywhere, throat pain, groin pain, very cold hands/feet, joint pain, sole pain, body/muscle spasms, teeth/gum pain, constipation, depression, panic attacks

Notime4lyme
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   Posted 3/28/2018 7:36 PM (GMT -6)   
I've heard that mimosa pudica is good for babesia... Maybe you are getting a herx? I don't see why it would hurt to stop taking it for a while though. Sometimes when I stop something and start it again I get even more of a herx-type reaction. Maybe the bugs get caught off-guard.

Serfr
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   Posted 3/28/2018 10:42 PM (GMT -6)   
Thank you Notime, I am definitely dizzier than before. I have to move even slower.
Tried abx and iv abx for 2 yrs, now trying herbs; Chronic Tonic (bottled) CSA formula, JK, Houttunia, Andrographis, Cats Claw, Oil of Oregano
Sx Aug '13-
Extreme fatigue, dizziness, head pressure, 1 seizure, ringing ears, crawling sensations everywhere, throat pain, groin pain, very cold hands/feet, joint pain, sole pain, body/muscle spasms, teeth/gum pain, constipation, depression, panic attacks

ArtAngel
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   Posted 3/29/2018 12:11 AM (GMT -6)   
A herx usually increases your symptoms. So the increased dizziness would suggest to me that the mimosa is working for you. It is supposed to be a very powerful herb.
Of course you can take a few days off and you should sometimes it is necessary to give the body a break from the die-off symptoms. Taking a few weeks off would probably take you back too far.

Serfr
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   Posted 3/29/2018 4:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you Artangel. Is it a good idea to stop all the herbs for a few days? (please see my signature) To give my body a break. Will they still work as well?
Tried abx and iv abx for 2 yrs, now trying herbs; Chronic Tonic (bottled) CSA formula, JK, Houttunia, Andrographis, Cats Claw, Oil of Oregano
Sx Aug '13-
Extreme fatigue, dizziness, head pressure, 1 seizure, ringing ears, crawling sensations everywhere, throat pain, groin pain, very cold hands/feet, joint pain, sole pain, body/muscle spasms, teeth/gum pain, constipation, depression, panic attacks

Post Edited (Serfr) : 3/29/2018 4:20:16 AM (GMT-6)


ArtAngel
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   Posted 3/29/2018 9:38 AM (GMT -6)   
Yes, a lot of protocols for killing and detoxing vary but they all recommend a break - 2 days off 5 days on, 10 days on 5 days off.
I just pace myself when I am herxing. When I get too tired and sick I do more coffee enemas - it helps and I reduce the strength of the killing and detoxing herbs and take breaks. A herx is a sign that things are working but it is not good to push it so far you. You will be OK in time you will start to pick up and you will appreciate that it was worth it.

Serfr
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   Posted 3/29/2018 9:43 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you Artangel, I hope things improve for you as well.
Tried abx and iv abx for 2 yrs, now trying herbs; Chronic Tonic (bottled) CSA formula, JK, Houttunia, Andrographis, Cats Claw, Oil of Oregano
Sx Aug '13-
Extreme fatigue, dizziness, head pressure, 1 seizure, ringing ears, crawling sensations everywhere, throat pain, groin pain, very cold hands/feet, joint pain, sole pain, body/muscle spasms, teeth/gum pain, constipation, depression, panic attacks
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