Here are three articles I'd recommend reading and considering:https://rawlsmd.com/health-articles/just-how-reliable-are-lyme-disease-lab-testshttps://rawlsmd.com/health-conditions/lyme-diseasehttps://rawlsmd.com/health-articles/testing-chronic-lyme-disease-really-worthhttps://rawlsmd.com/health-articles/hard-diagnose-lyme-disease
The above articles were written by Bill Rawls, MD. If you're unfamiliar with him, he was a practicing OB/GYN who became ill and spent years going from doctor-to-doctor looking for answers. (sound familiar?)
Eventually, he was diagnosed with Lyme Disease, tried some conventional treatments, then found the work of Stephen Harrod Buhner. Over time, using herbal therapy and Buhner's books, Dr. Rawls gradually improved.
Several years ago, Dr. Rawls started a supplement company called Vital Plan that he continues to operate. Vital Plan sells herbal formulations of their own creation, though it's clear that Stephen Buhner was an inspiration. Dr. Rawls has, on multiple occasions, written and spoken about
his gratitude to Buhner cited Buhner's influence.
So, the above site (RawlsMD.com) and VitalPlan.com are linked. They sell supplements that contain the same herbal extracts they write about
and promote. Just FYI. I'm simply suggesting you read the above articles about
the advantages and disadvantages of testing.
Post Edited (The Dude Abides) : 11/23/2019 9:53:10 PM (GMT-7)