12 Chronic Lyme Disease Survivors Share How They Beat Their Illness

6. Lynn, 42

“Parasite cleanse (done before other herbal and detox protocols, as your parasites will have Lyme disease to and continue to reinfect you), CBD oil (reduces inflammation / pain and regulates sleep cycles), herbal protocols, medical marijuana, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, coffee enemas to raise your glutathione, and weekly Epsom salt detox baths.”

7. Lisa, 52

“I experienced a period of improvement after a large dose of antibiotics in 2015. Yet there’s not one specific thing that has helped me. A good diet, exercise, lots of sleep, and stress management is my mix for managing Lyme. Limiting sugar and eating lots of fruits and vegetables.”

8. Stephanie, 45

“The biggest changes for me came from reducing my stress level and changing my mindset. I began practicing meditation in the mornings, getting regular acupuncture, and spending some time outdoors and in the sun during the day. I began sleeping on an earthing sheet, which is bedding that helps conduct free electrons from the earth, and it’s believed to help ease inflammation and chronic pain.

And then a friend of mine introduced me to Dr. Bill Rawls’ book, Unlocking Lyme, and I started taking the protocol that helped him overcome his own struggles with Lyme disease. It includes herbs with natural antimicrobial properties (like andrographis, berberine, cat’s claw, and Japanese knotweed), as well as adaptogens like reishi mushroom and cordyceps for easing stress and immune support. That’s when I really saw drastic results.

Today, I’m out of my wheelchair and back to doing what I love: I’m doing yoga, being a mom to my son, and working to help support people with autism spectrum disorders at a local nonprofit organization. I’m actually really grateful for what I’ve been able to overcome and for what lies ahead. I still take a low dose of the herbal protocol for maintenance, and whenever I start to feel a flare-up coming on, I increase my dosages to help fend off symptoms before they take hold.”

6. Lynn, 42

“Parasite cleanse (done before other herbal and detox protocols, as your parasites will have Lyme disease to and continue to reinfect you), CBD oil (reduces inflammation / pain and regulates sleep cycles), herbal protocols, medical marijuana, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, coffee enemas to raise your glutathione, and weekly Epsom salt detox baths.”

7. Lisa, 52

“I experienced a period of improvement after a large dose of antibiotics in 2015. Yet there’s not one specific thing that has helped me. A good diet, exercise, lots of sleep, and stress management is my mix for managing Lyme. Limiting sugar and eating lots of fruits and vegetables.”

8. Stephanie, 45

“The biggest changes for me came from reducing my stress level and changing my mindset. I began practicing meditation in the mornings, getting regular acupuncture, and spending some time outdoors and in the sun during the day. I began sleeping on an earthing sheet, which is bedding that helps conduct free electrons from the earth, and it’s believed to help ease inflammation and chronic pain.

And then a friend of mine introduced me to Dr. Bill Rawls’ book, Unlocking Lyme, and I started taking the protocol that helped him overcome his own struggles with Lyme disease. It includes herbs with natural antimicrobial properties (like andrographis, berberine, cat’s claw, and Japanese knotweed), as well as adaptogens like reishi mushroom and cordyceps for easing stress and immune support. That’s when I really saw drastic results.

Today, I’m out of my wheelchair and back to doing what I love: I’m doing yoga, being a mom to my son, and working to help support people with autism spectrum disorders at a local nonprofit organization. I’m actually really grateful for what I’ve been able to overcome and for what lies ahead. I still take a low dose of the herbal protocol for maintenance, and whenever I start to feel a flare-up coming on, I increase my dosages to help fend off symptoms before they take hold.”

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