Top 6 Lyme Killing Herbs

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Y o g i
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   Posted 5/14/2018 4:07 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi friends,

Hope you're all making progress and trying to stay sane. What is your experience with the best herbs to kill Lyme?

And what are your hacks while taking them? (on an empty stomach with proteolytic enzymes seems to be my hack...as I'm assuming they are breaking up biofilm and cysts so the herbs can be affective).

Thank you so much for sharing!
Sarah
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elvin
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   Posted 5/15/2018 4:03 AM (GMT -6)   
Cinnamon, oregano, clove, olive leaf, kelp (iodine), apple cider vinegar pills

Charlie55
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   Posted 5/15/2018 4:42 AM (GMT -6)   
Question should be what are the top killing herbs for persister cells and biofilms, this is what keeps lyme chronic. As per the recent studies...

Sorry to say, if you're just winging just any type of antibacterial herb at the multiple forms of borrelia, you're not going to get anywhere...

Recently Oregano has been found to be a potent persister cell killer and Stevia(in it's purest form), has been shown to kill off biofilms the best.

I remember cannabinoids having a strong antibacterial activity against persister cells, like THC and CBD. But I think these cannabinoids have to be compounded to become more potent, not just smoking weed or taking some weak oil.

Problem you'll have with most herbs is they're weak penetration, weak half-life, and crossing the blood brain barrier. This is why a lot of herbs are compounded in a lab and made into a drug, so they're more potent.

Here's a story for ya. With the recent revelation that the blushwood berry tree from a rainforest in Australia was a cure for cancer, a lot of people thought they'd just buy the herbal powder online and cure their cancer. Guess what, didn't work. Why? Because a particular part of the plant that is extracted and made into a potent form in order to treat cancerous tumors, the drug is called EBC-46. If you don't compound it, it's almost worthless. Truth matter is, a lot of antbiotics and drugs in general are made from herbs and plants from the forest.

You find a herb that will cure lyme on it's own, let me know, I'm still waiting... I've tried a lot of them, I've been treating this disease going on 8 years, most cannot hold back the infection due to persister cells and biofilms.

Post Edited (Charlie55) : 5/15/2018 3:58:48 AM (GMT-6)


borrelioburgdorferii
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   Posted 5/15/2018 5:30 AM (GMT -6)   
Off the top of my head...even though I've been taking a long break from abx (traditional or herbal)

I would say Grapefruit Seed Extract and also Coconut Oil (can open up cysts and/or disintegrate biofilms), Cats Claw, Otoba Bark extract, (banderol/samento under trade names),Teasel Root tincture , Resveratrol Japanese Knotweed.

Pay attention to combos as you need a multipronged approach to 1. coax them out of cysts and biofilms, 2. kill bactericidally, 3. bind, then eliminate then rinse, repeat...

also as someone mentioned it matters what part of plant you use (magnolia bark for instance has the honokiol component) for anti anxiety, analgesic and this goes for so many plant-based pharmaceuticals and everything in between..

as for the above mentioned, see Buhner's protocol as it pretty spot on and I have personally experienced a heavy herx on par or stronger than with traditional abx (as I have also experienced minocycline, doxy, amoxicillin...)

Raw freshly cut or sliced garlic cloves, I've heard Oregano is powerful as well, and really if you mean "herbs" or "spices you add to food" well food is medicine if done the right way: think: fresh Lemon juice as a natural waste eliminator, cilantro as an chelating agent, there are many micronutrients that are crucial to health that provide much of what the body needs as precursors or enzyme triggers...parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme is not just a cool tune but actually a medicine when done right.

edit: got some things mixed up, banderol/samento otoba bark x/cats claw, then teasel root

Post Edited (borrelioburgdorferii) : 5/15/2018 4:00:28 PM (GMT-6)

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