First, Girlie was right when, in my comments from a year I meant Phage instead of Phase.
I understand everyone's doubts and questioning of methods used and advertised at Biologix. The knowledge I have is from what I experienced there. While I do not totally understand the Phage treatment and the frequencies referenced above, I can attest to what I believe are Biologix sincere motives to get people better. This is simply based on my experience there, and Biologix continued, volunteer efforts to come up with ideas to help without asking for anything in return. It is also based on how everyone there treated me and did all they could for me while I was there.
The inflammation I could feel before going was one thing that was much better. My mind was much better, according to my kids. Anxiety was much better. Fatigue was not. Others have seen much more complete results.
For those who have been on this site a while, they know my decision to go to Biologix was not an easy one, nor do I have any business interest in the business. . And when I did, they made no guarantees of what the results would be. Went in eyes wide
open. The treatment there was so much more than the Phage treatments, and while there I met a number of people who had gotten better for a number of years after going to Biologix and were back because some symptoms have crept back up. These people had nothing but positive to say about
And there is no doubt there are those who do not. I stay in contact with another person who had good results there, and another who did not. But both agree the efforts were sincere, as had been my experience.
In this s----- Lyme world, anything we try is a chance. Any time we see someone, from the "best" out there to a local naturopath, there is no assurance you WILL get better. We can minimize our chances by educating ourselves about
who we are going to see (pay) in an effort to find an answer. But, as I knew going to Biologix, there is no promise it will work. Hell, I had a natruopath around Atlanta who was supposedly "very good" with Lyme. I spent thousands of dollars on visits and ridiculous supplements she sold me. Once, when I told her a particular supplement she wanted me to buy was bad for my kidneys, she said "But I really want you to take these." I replied to her "And I really want to keep my kidneys from getting worse." Finally, she sold me over-priced essential oils I should have said no to, then I found out her son was selling them in a pyramid type business. Wanted me to sell them too. Never went back.
However you look at Biologix, I respect. Based on my experience with them, and keep in mind I don't feel good right now, I would take the chance and do what I did again. My hopes are the Spero Clinic does wonders for dcd, who, I believe, is there now? May he come out of there in much better health. But, there is no guarantee, and he knows that. But based on what he investigated and surmised from it, he pulled the trigger to go because status quo was not going to work. My prayers are with him.
That was my thought going to Biolgix and any other person I have seen looking for an answer. I would estimate that over the many years, I've spent about
$100,000 on Lyme treatment. By the way, like most of us, I am not rich. Almost all of it was a monetary chance. None came with guarantees.
The local naturopath I don't consider a "scam," but self-serving for money would be a more appropriate way to put it. I do not have that feeling for those at Biologix or Dr. Jernigan, even though I'm struggling again. But we all have different trains of thought, and with Lyme, I don't question why that is often our first thought first thought about
a provider of any type.
Post Edited (running wild) : 8/29/2021 2:11:36 PM (GMT-6)