Lyme Disease

Matthew Capowski

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The most comprehensive herbal paper I have encountered so far is David Winston's Tick-born diseases which is available for free as a PDF file:

http://medherb.com/eletter/Lyme-Winston.pdf

The presenting symptoms, conventional treatment, and natural treatment for Lyme borreliosis and common co-infections is described. An herbal protocol used in more than thirty patients with Persistent Lyme disease Syndrome is described, and herbal treatments for common complications of the illness and side-effects of antibiotic medication are suggested.
 
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Matthew Capowski

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#3
Chronic Lyme Disease and Co-infections: Clinical Overview by Rebecca Snow, MS, RH (AHG), CNS, LDN

This paper summarizes the major clinical issues surrounding chronic Lyme disease and the underlying pathophysiology of the disease. This information will serve as a foundation for the herbal practitioner’s clinical approach to chronic Lyme disease. The corresponding presentation at the AHG conference will focus on specific case studies and the nuts and bolts of seeing clients with Lyme disease.​

http://lymepoland.com/pliki/LD- zioła.pdf
 

Matthew Capowski

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#4
Wolf D. Storl has written a book titled Healing Lyme Disease Naturally:

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Storl’s experience as a well-seasoned anthropologist is evident in his exploration of the relationship between medicine, culture, and politics. … I would definitely recommend this book to anyone interested in herbalism, natural healing, or the history of chronic disease treatment, and would consider it required reading for anyone dealing with chronic Lyme disease. Storl puts faith in nature’s ability to heal, but also puts responsibility on the patient to create an environment that facilitates healing. … The book is intriguing, and stimulates you to ask many questions and self-reflect. It has spoken to me so clearly with words that reflect my philosophy and desire for my own treatment. Truly one of the best books I’ve read in ages. – Kim Christensen​