AntiGerms: RX & Herbs

Otoba Bark Extract and Cat's Claw Tinctures

In chronic Lyme disease Otoba Bark Extract and Cat's Claw

  • kill the various forms of borrelia (the Lyme germ),
  • decrease and eliminate biofilms,
  • treat dormant Lyme germs that are unresponsive to prescriptive antibiotics, and
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Biocidin: A Potent Antimicrobial & Biofilm Breaker.

Biocidin is blend of herbs that is changing the way I approach my Lyme disease treatments. I consider it an essential natural medicine to mix with Lyme disease prescription or herbal antibiotics like otoba bark extract and cats claw. It can even kill Lyme on its own. According to unpublished …

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Dapsone for Lyme Persisters. A Miracle Antibiotic?

Dapsone is an antibiotic used to treat slow growing persister bacteria. Because of this it is regularly used to treat leprosy and a form of skin inflammation called dermatitis herpetiformis. It also can kill malaria. So it could help treat those with a babesia coinfection.

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Lufenuron: An Experimental Yeast Treatment.

Marty Ross MD explains how to use lufenuron to kill yeast in a Lyme disease treatment. Try lufenuron when other prescription and herbal medications do not work. Lufenruon kills yeast by blocking chitin production in the yeast covering.

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On Hydrogen Peroxide, Ozone, and High Dose Vitamin C.

I am not a supporter of oxidative medicine treatments in Lyme disease and the coinfections. Oxidative medicines include hydrogen peroxide, ozone, and high dose vitamin C. I do not find they are that helpful, and I am very concerned about damage that can occur when these treatments are done repeatedly.

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Olive Leaf Extract

In chronic Lyme and associated diseases Olive Leaf Extract (OLE)

  • is an antimicrobial for acute viruses, like the cold and flu viruses, and chronic viral infections like Human Herpes Virus 6 (HHV-6), Cytomegalovirus (CMV), and Epstein Barr Virus (EBV).
  • limits viral infectivity
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Stevia for Lyme Disease

Stevia for Lyme disease is a plant that

  • sweetens food,
  • kills growing Lyme spirochetes,
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How to Pulse Antibiotics For Lyme.

At times, I pulse antibiotics in my Lyme treatments. This means I start and stop the antibiotics at regular intervals with periods on antibiotics followed by periods off. The purpose is to...

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A Lyme Disease Antibiotic Guide

Marty Ross MD shows how to build a Lyme disease herbal or prescription antibiotic treatment. A person with Lyme can use this guide to develop an herbal antibiotic regimen, or to work with a physician to create a successful prescription Lyme disease antibiotic treatment. Later, in this guide, I provide eleven sample herbal and presription antibiotic treatment plans, including the dosing regimens I find effective.

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Kills Babesia: A Brief Guide.

In my experience recovering from babesia, one of the Lyme disease co-infections, requires combination herbal or prescription antibiotics, steps to boost the immune system, and supplements to decrease inflammation caused by chemicals called cytokines.

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Kills Bartonella: A Brief Guide.

See how to beat Bartonella in Lyme disease following this plan from Marty Ross MD.  Recovering from bartonella, one of the Lyme disease co-infections, requires combination herbal or prescription antibiotics, steps to boost the immune system, and supplements to decrease inflammation caused by chemicals called cytokines.

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Are Antibiotics Safe? Generally, Yes.

Treating Lyme is about weighing benefits and risk. For many treatment requires the use of herbal or prescription antibiotics. In spite of the general viewpoint, antibiotics are generally safe. I advise my patients the risks of antibiotics are actually quite low compared to the health and life risk of not treating chronic Lyme disease.

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