I can finally say that I am getting better! That may not seem like much to some of you, but others who know how sick I have been will rejoice with me and ask “How?”
For me it was not my LLMD but my IDSA internist who after seeing my positive test results from Advanced Labs put me on a strong dose (500 mg 4 times per day) of penicillin which I have combined with the same dose of Serrapeptase.The first few months didn’t seem to make much of a difference but the fourth month started to bring some noticeable results and each month since (I just finished my sixth month) I am able to be up more and active in a way that I have not been for seven years.
I still have a long way to go but feel that I can survive anything as long as I am not bedridden!
My full protocol is as follows:
Pain, anxiety and depression (prescription meds)
Insomnia: 10 mg melatonin and/or 750 mg GABA (also helps with anxiety.)
Raw Juice/Smoothie with kale, carrots, apple, banana, lemon juice, frozen blueberries, 2 Tbsp Chai seeds, 1 Tbsp maca powder, 1 Tbsp D-Ribose, 1 tsp Bragg’s apple cider vinegar, 1/8 tsp cayenne, juice and /or water as much magnesium powder as you can tolerate.
Additional supplements that are critical for energy and strength:
- 1200 mg CoQ-10
- 3000 mg Taurine
- 2400 mg NT factor
- 900 mg Sarsaparilla AM and PM
- 1500 mg coral calcium
- 5000 IU D3
- 1000 B complex
I used to take Propax NT but with the Chia seeds and direct supplements I only need the NT factor. If I had more money I would add Apple Poly but this is working well for me now and I hope others will benefit from my experience.
I got a Ninja Blender to make my smoothie rather than make the juice separately… it only takes minutes and a simple rinse cleans the whole unit.
A side benefit of the Chia Seeds is that they expand in our stomach and make you feel full for hours so for anyone dieting these seeds are miracle seeds and they are so inexpensive through Amazon!
Many of you probably don’t know about the great debate about chronic syphilis years ago which was eventually settled by the advent of penicillin. It makes perfect sense to me that Borrelia would react to penicillin in the same way.
However, the biofilms must be destroyed and that means staying on a strong dose of anti-spirochetal enzyme (like Lumbrokinase, Serrapeptase or Nattokinase), otherwise a relapse is guaranteed.
I am blessed to have a doctor willing to keep me on these meds until I am completely well. Again, I believe that getting off the abx too soon is a grave mistake.
I would be writing more frequently, but I am going through a huge personal change which includes another move. This is so exhausting, but at least I can participate this time!
I will keep everyone posted and look forward to hearing more recovery stories!