For over 100 years, coffee enemas have proven to have great health benefits for patients of chronic illness. However, some patients are allergic to coffee or sensitive to caffeine and would like to enjoy the amazing detox and health benefits of these enemas.
Cistus tea has proven to be a great alternative to coffee for these patients.
Patients who have replaced coffee with Cistus tea in their enemas have reported vast symptom improvements, intestinal cleansing, parasite eradication and lessened inflammation as a result of doing them on a regular basis.
Since its emergence and "discovery" in the late 1970s-early 1980s, Lyme disease and related tick-borne or biting-insect illnesses have become a pandemic and have set themselves apart from the typical widespread infectious diseases that we've seen in the past.
Never before have we seen a disease spread so quickly yet be ignored or denied by the official medical community, federal & state governments, health insurance companies and traditional media.
At some point during your treatment of Lyme disease you've probably experienced exaggerated symptoms... debilitating headaches, joint pain, fatigue, digestive problems, mood swings and brain fog, etc... or you may have some symptoms peculiar to you. At times you might try to shrug them off as part of the game in treating the illness, but on days when you're relegated to the couch or bed, it makes you not want to treat the illness at all. What can you do?
We present several steps that have been proven to eliminate Herxheimer reactions in less than two hours, and we cover the mechanics of what is happening to your body during this die-off syndrome.
I lived in New England, the well-known "high-risk" area of Lyme disease, when I began consulting my doctors on a set of mysterious symptoms that would ultimately be diagnosed as chronic Lyme after two years of intensive testing. But why hadn't my doctors been more on the ball and the least bit interested in what was happening to me when I slid through the cracks of their first-line set of diagnostics? And I also noticed that the tests and treatments these in-network doctors were prescribing were all from the same pharmaceutical companies. Was I being too cynical in thinking that these doctors were being influenced by these pharmaceutical companies to use their tests and products first?
Mimosa Pudica is a flowering, creeping perennial that is native to South and Central America. It's nicknamed "Sensitive Plant," "Touch-Me-Not" and "Bashful Plant" because of its unique reaction to being handled or disturbed. When touched, the plant's leaves fold up and recoil almost immediately and then re-open a few minutes later.
The plant itself has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to treat skin disorders, jaundice, cough, and indigestion, and it has also been used as an antidepressant and antivenom agent. But more recently, it has been discovered that the plant's seeds are a powerful anti-parasitic, antimicrobial and intestinal cleanser.
When treating Lyme disease, many patients, doctors and practitioners look to traditional vitamin supplements and herbal supports to aid in their healing journey. But ancient Greek and Asian cultures have been using medicinal mushrooms for literally thousands of years and Lyme patients and doctors are just now getting on board with their powerful medicinal properties that rival the most popular pharmaceutical and herbal remedies.
Inspired by author Elizabeth Kübler-Ross who published her famous book "On Death & Dying" in 1969, I have begun to notice similar but different stages of grief, consciousness, and experiences for chronic Lyme patients as they move to complete healing. One of the differences in the staging system I've developed is that a patient can get stuck in a stage and never progress to complete healing. Conversely in the stages of grief, a patient ultimately moves through the system and reaches the final conclusion of death whether they like it or not.
Cistus Tea is another one of those amazing Lyme and health therapies I recently heard about through another Lyme patient who had found out about it by doing her own research. She had come by the information via Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt’s website, and she was following his instructions and dutifully drinking several cups of it a day to help break down biofilms the Lyme bacteria can produce to protect itself from antibiotics and other antimicrobials.
When seeking treatment for Lyme disease, most chronic Lyme patients understand the need to take a number of supportive substances to help them repair damage from the bacteria, stave off further infection and to improve cellular functioning and protection. We polled a number of chronic Lyme patients across the country and asked them to reveal the contents of their personal medicine cabinets. Here is what we found: