Herbs and scared

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   Posted 4/24/2018 9:56 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello I am trying to build up nerve to go the herbal route, looking at the Rawls plan or bruhners maybe, but I have real bad pill and other anxieties, have issue with food and drinks breaking out in real large hives used to get bad tachy and blood pressures but the tachy seems controlled by garlic. I need feedback anyone herd of any reactions from herbs and best way to start them and any advice to know if a herxing or reaction to them.
Ty I am scared real bad trying to be a man but this disease make me a ..................!

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   Posted 4/24/2018 10:55 PM (GMT -6)   
* Start slow.
* Start with ONE herb at a time, low dose, see how you feel.
* Hives are a histamine reaction. Histamines are a big problem with lyme disease. Look for a product called "Histamine Scavenger". It's all herbal and helps remove (not inhibit like OTC meds) the excess histamine in your body.
* Herxing is a normal part of the process for most people. It's about going slow and managing it. It's basically an increase in symptoms.
* There is a good likelihood that you will herx on herbs. Just go slow. If you have a bad herx, back off on your herbs for a few days and up your detox.
* Make sure you're detoxing (epsom baths, lots of water, dry brushing, green juices, charcoal, Far Infrared Sauna, etc.)
* Herxing is a "ride it out" kind of situation. Just rest and drink lots of water.
* CBD oil is your friend for tachy, blood pressure, anxiety.

This is a starter guide, but there is a lot to learn. You will learn how your body reacts and everyone has a different experience. Good luck!

Post Edited (10LymeB) : 4/24/2018 9:58:38 PM (GMT-6)

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   Posted 4/25/2018 2:50 AM (GMT -6)   
if garlic helps try zhangs allicin with hh2 gentle yet effective

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   Posted 4/25/2018 12:04 PM (GMT -6)   

Sounds like you may have mast cell disorder or histamine intolerance. If you do, you will need to get effective treatment for that first before treating Lyme/co. Can you find a doctor who really knows this stuff to help you?

There are a few others on here with the issues pretty bad. You can search "histamine Lyme" or "mast cell Lyme," and read some of those threads.

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   Posted 4/25/2018 12:59 PM (GMT -6)   
Olive leaf seems somewhat gentle or a small dose of colloidal silver. I would add oregano oil later because it seems more powerful. I tried buhner herbs for a short time but they seemed weak to me.
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