The Treatment for Lyme Disease
for Lyme disease is a topic for lengthy debate, and one of the most troubling aspects of the disease.
Because of the unlimited mutations of the
bacteria, and frequent co-infection, a treatment that works for some
will not work for others.
Add to that fact the
length of time infected, level of stress, dietary factors, chemical/metal toxicity, pre-existing physical fitness
and condition of immune system, and you have a truly difficult disease to treat.
Antibiotics are the
conventional treatment for Lyme disease, and if caught early, a four week course should completely eradicate
For chronic cases,
antibiotics are still the first and best choice.
Dr. Joseph Burrascano states in his updated treatment guide. (Click here for the updated guide.)
“No single treatment or
medication will result in full recovery of the more ill patient. Only by addressing all of these issues and
engineering treatments and solutions for all of them will we be able to restore full health to our
patients.Likewise, a patient will not recover unless they are completely compliant with every single aspect of the
ILADS published treatment
guidelines in 2014 using the combined expertise of top LLMDs: Read it here.
Treatment (When Antibiotics Fail):
There are many
alternative treatments for treating chronic Lyme disease. The best of them encompass a combination of
diet, exercise, emotional support, stress management, immune system support, lifestyle changes and anti-spirochetal
and/or anti-bacterial agents.
See our Ebooks and Products for
many of the successful protocols following, and other therapeutic products.
are also some untested protocols that have attracted attention due to the general failure for some with