My Treatment Plan


Current Protocol:

Immune Support
– Soy Lectathin
– Japanese Knotweed

– Alpha Lipoic Acid
– CoQ10
– Vitamin B12
– B Complex
– Vitamin D&K
– Acetyl Cysteine
– Acetyl Carnitine
– Calcium Magnesium
– Vit D&K
– Zinc
– Hydrochloric Acid
– Vitamin A (use for short periods of time)
– Billiven
– Liver ND
– Gallbladder ND
– Glycine
– Alka-C

Parasite Cleanse
– Parastat
– Castor Oil Packs

– Saccharomyces Boulardii
– Ultimate Flora 150 Billion
– Fermented vegetables

Hormone Support
– Chaste berry
– Pregenenalone
– Bio identical thyroid & T3
– Myomin

Minerals & Electrolytes
– Quinton Hypertonic and Isotonic
– Trace Minerals
– Micro Minerals by BioPure
– Manganese, Selenium, Molybdenum

– Pekana Homeopathic Trio
– Chlorella
– Detox baths (rotate ingredients of: sea salt, Epsom salt, bentonite clay, hydrogen peroxide, magnesium flakes, apple cider vinegar)
– Decaf organic green tea
– Ionic Foot Baths (every few months)
– Coffee Enemas, daily
– Sauna
– Biomat
– Dry Brushing
– Juicing
– Oil Pulling
– Herbal Teas
– Castor Oil Packs

Toxin Binders
– PectaSol
– Medi Clay
– Galactin
– Chlorella
– Zeolite

Parasite Protocol
– Parastat (combination of herbs)
– Castor Oil Packs

Natural Antibiotics (for Lyme & Co-infections)
– Biocidin

Past Herbal Protocols:

H. Pylori Protocol (Anti-Bacterials)
– Coptis
– Bladderwrack
– Broccolive
– Manuka Honey
– Morinda
– Melia (Neem Leaf)

– Monolaurin
– Lactoferrin

4 thoughts on “My Treatment Plan

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  3. I was reading my young living essential oils pocket reference and came across rheumatoid arthritis caused by LD on p.216. They list several oils and supplements that I did not see listed. Thought I should say something. Let me know if you don’t have the book I can send you the names of the oils and supps.

    • Thank you for your input on this! I actually don’t suffer from RA, but still have an active form of chronic Lyme disease. I’ve tried several oils to treat it but am giving them a rest for now, as they can be hard on the liver 🙂

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