Ivermectin for Chronic Lyme? I Give That to My Horse!

Ivermectin for Chronic Lyme? I Give That to My Horse!

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4 Responses to Ivermectin for Chronic Lyme? I Give That to My Horse!

  1. Lisa Gremore says:

    I tried ivermectin. It certainly did something. It made my world black and white for about 45 minutes. I may try it again,

  2. Ronald says:

    When you say black and while for 45 mins due to Ivermectin, what did you mean?

    • Jenna Smith says:

      Hi Ronald – You may want to read the article again…I apologize, but I had not gotten to that one yet. After the hacker deleted all my websites and blogs (and backups) the data I tried to salvage was corrupted and luckily between a friend who kept copies of all my articles, and another Lymie who re-published most of my blog posts and videos from http://neuro-lyme.com/videoblog I have been taking a post at a time and deleting the corrupted post and replacing it with the original.

      There are 2 ways to tell if you are reading a corrected blog post: If there is a picture preceding the post AND at the end of the post there should be a statement “Originally posted on….”

      The good news is that some posts are so old that I am researching a full update on the information and re-posting it as a new piece. I am SO sorry for the confusion!!

      Blessings,
      Jenna

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