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Re: How to accurately diagnose Lyme disease? (bleauber

Posted by Walfredo on May 4, 2010, at 2:32:28

In reply to Re: How to accurately diagnose Lyme disease? (bleauber, posted by Walfredo on May 4, 2010, at 1:18:26

Also bleauberry,

I read this from a previous thread you had posted in:

"Has the ND given you challenge doses of Oregeno Oil, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Cat's Claw, Wormwood/Black Walnut Hull extract? Those would be taken to see if you become flulike or feel worse in a few days...malaise, aches, unwell. If so, that is significantly diagnostic of hidden infection. Either yeast (Candida), Lyme, or Lyme-like cousins, depending on the herb that was killing it. The yuck feeling is the mass die-off called a Herx reaction. It is the easiest quickest surest way to find hidden critters that lab tests can't. Overgrowth of gut yeast is in my opinion epidemic due to the high sugar content of typical diets, and a common symptom is low level depression or dysthymia. "

Are these "challenge doses" something that you think it might be prudent for me to try?




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