Oregano, tea tree, cinnamon, and then blends like Thieves/On Guard, DDR Prime, and BioPure’s oils are some of the strongest I’ve used. Things like lemon, lavender, and peppermint are good for supportive purposes as well.
They’re not a cure, though. They will kill some stuff, but your mileage varies, depending on what else you’ve got going on in your body. I’m needing to pick apart dysfunctions that are keeping killing agents from doing their jobs well enough.
I think you could go really far with them, but you have to be taking care of all the other necessary angles too (detox, gut function, mold, methylation issues, what have you), whatever your layers of the onion are.
But, yeah, I love EO. There was a time where they saved my life. I still use them daily. I just can’t get much better with them alone.
edit: I’d only use them topically in a carrier oil. My stomach is compromised, so the few times I did try them internally may not be representative of the usual experience, but I did not react as well. They felt toxic in my body as well.
There’s a Facebook group called Lyme and Essential Oils or something - they’ve a protocol postef you could try. Either way, start slow. I wouldn’t recommend working up to a ton of oil either. More is less, I’ve found. Really, like with most treatments, for whatever reason, you’ll hit a wall and need to try something else. But, again, could be my experience. Lyme sucks. 😆
Post Edited (NotQuiteAntonio) : 8/5/2018 2:34:01 AM (GMT-6)