Posted 7/11/2018 9:46 PM (GMT -6)
I was reading online and I came across a natural remedy. They didn't say it was for lyme specifically. They were talking about cancer. But I was wondering if this could work for lyme too. The idea is that you heat up maple syrup or black strap molasses with baking soda and while it's heating, the molecules bind so that they cannot be separated. They say use 3 parts baking soda to 1 part syrup if I remember.
Anyway, I think it said to ingest 1 tsp a day. The idea is that the cancer eats sugar but it'll also be getting the baking soda since the molecules are binded and then it kills the cancer. But I know that lyme eats sugar as well. So I was wondering if anyone has heard of it. If there are any concerns about the safety of this and the body becoming too alkaline. Just looking to see if it would be worth thinking about.