Post from Phil R.(partial post)
> So … where to from here. It has been my experience (lyme for 40 years) that
only two treatments are effective against lyme disease: rife and salt/c. As to
rife, I have yet to see anyone totally symptom free from lyme using this alone.
But with salt/c, we see many people symptom free and quite a few testing clear
on all bands of the pcr who were previously testing positive on certain bands.
Note that I use the terminology symptom free. This does NOT mean you are cured
of lyme. IMO, it appears that you become symptom free and STILL HAVE TO KEEP
TREATING. This is important. Don't cut it short! I speak from experience,
because I cut salt/c short and relapsed. And went straight back on salt/c. And
am now almost symptom free again … a couple of minor things only remaining.
> Lastly - a primary symptom of lyme is adrenal fatigue. I would be wary of
trying too many treatments/supplements at once in your shoes. Even taking things
to support the adrenals can have an adverse affect. Malabsorption is common and
when you have it, your body can barely digest the stuff you take - and mostly
not at all. If this happens, it all becomes just another toxin for the depleted
body to remove, making the situation worse. The reason why supporting the
adrenal is often a wasted (and detrimental) exercise is because the real problem
is the hyperthalmus-pituitary gland-adrenal gland-thyroid cascade. Generally the
hyperthalmus is one of the first infected glands - which means that the correct
signals aren't sent… thus no matter how much support for the adrenal gland you
provide, it still won't work until the cascade integrity is re-established. How
do you do that? Reduce the infection load. How? Salt/c and/or Rife.