TOP 5 HERBS FOR LYME

JAPANESE KNOTWEED
(Polygonum cuspidatum)
Anti-inflammatory, increases micro circulation, analgesic, anti spirochetal, antibacterial.
 
CATS CLAW
(Uncaria tomentosa)
Immune stimulant, anti inflammatory, analgesic, anti depressant.
(Contraindicated with blood thinning drugs, immunosuppressive drugs, pregnancy or before surgery.)
 
ANDROGRAPHIS
 (Andrographis paniculata)
Anti bacterial, anti viral, analgesic, antidiarrheal, antimalarial, antispirochetal, antitumor, hepatoprotective, vermicidal, hypoglycemic, immune stimulant. 
(There are a number of potential side effects the predominant one being an allergic reaction; hives)
If this or any other side effects happen discontinue use.  Contraindicated in immunosuppressive drugs, may have a synergistic effect with isoniazid and may increase clearance rate of theophylline.
 
ASTRAGALUS
(Astragalus membranaceous)
Use during EARLY STAGES OF INFECTION…. (contraindicated in late stage chronic Lyme disease)   1,000 mg three times daily to support the immune system.  Astragalus is CONTRAINDICATED IN LATE STAGE
and chronic Lyme disease. 
 
HOMEOPATHIC:
Ledum Palustre as soon as possible after an insect bite; either 30 c 4 pellets three times daily or 200c one dose on first day ~ followed by homeopathic Hypericum 200 c one dose on second day as preventatives to infection. 
 
 
ESSENTIAL OILS FOR LYME
 
ANTIMICROBIAL
CINNAMON
THYME
OREGANO
TEA TREE
 
BRAIN
VETIVER
LEMON
PEPPERMINT
 
LYME PREVENTION
CLOVE
VETIVER
OREGANO
GARLIC
 
Keep in mind ticks are not the only transmitters of Lyme complex infections.  Mosquitoes, biting flies, mites, fleas are known to transmit infections and probably some spiders. 
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