Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1593102 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26741443
Just because there is so much disinfo in this thread: Quoting: Anonymous Coward 801546
1) The OP is RIGHT. Lyme can NOT be cured. If you do not be believe him, do your OWN research. The symptoms can be alleviated, and that is the best you can hope for. Once you contract Lyme, the infection is always present. Whether it remains very active, mildly active, or is contained in a sense, your body still carries it.
2) Normal doctors CANNOT test for Lyme. They will claim they can, but they can't. Traditional tests for Lyme are at least 70% inaccurate. This is a medical fact. Again, do your research. I was tested by a traditional doctor, and got a negative. Even though I had the bullseye rash, and all the major symptoms (well, common major symptoms. There are an infinite amount of ways your body will respond to Lyme disease).
I did MY OWN research. It's gone. Period. It's gone.
Believe what you want to believe.
You're probably a half empty glass kind of person, anyway.
Where did you buy it? How much and how did you take it?
Did you alter your diet or anything else?
Did not alter my diet.
I followed these directions: [link to www.beneficialbotanicals.com
I bought it on Amazon: [link to www.amazon.com
Read Matthew Wood. He has a book.
[link to www.lyme-disease-research-database.com]
Also, check out
[link to www.ladybarbara.net]
This woman really inspired me. There is a picture of her with the weed. I'm sure you've seen it at some point on the side of the road...or growing wild in fields.
I also used a rife machine...but I imagine that a Hulda Clark zapper might do the same thing. I rifed for Meningitis and Syphilis.
I would wait until I started having hot flashes (which the teasal will do) and when I felt the die-off (the spirochetes come out of your muscles and the teasel kills them) - I would then rife to REALLY kill them.
I will forever be grateful for learning about and using Teasel. I try to share this with everyone I know who has had to deal with this horrible disease.
I had a huge red circle behind my leg and I actually felt the tick and pulled it out. I thought I got it in time...and initially went to the dr. and had a month's worth of antibiotics. Everything was fine until a year later. I knocked me for a loop, as they say.
Hope this will help you. I wish you well.