In 10-20% of those infected with Lyme disease a normal course of antibiotics (doxycycline is most commonly used) isn’t effective. And even when antibiotics are effective, they can leave you with disturbances in your gut biome. So it’s worth considering if there are effective alternatives.

A recent study tested fourteen different botanical extracts to see if they would kill the bacterium responsible for Lyme. Most effective of all were two herbs: Ghanaian quinine and Japanese knotweed.

Need to find quality source for these or other herbal products? Send me an e-mail and I may be able to help you.


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