Balance & Detox
Starting with what we like to call the base for all our bundles Cat’s Claw and Japanese Knotweed for immune support and anti-inflammatory for brain, joint, and cardiovascular inflammation. The base also contains Herx Calm, which has immune-balancing and detoxification-supporting properties. These 3 products are the same in each of the Lyme bundles. What changes between the bundles are the killers. These attack persistent forms of tick-borne infections like Lyme, Bartonella, and Babesia. In speaking with many different Lyme providers, and in my own experience, I have found layering in 2-3 killers at a time and rotating them is a far superior approach.
Over 93% of patients with chronic Lyme have at least one co-infection. If you have symptoms and/or test positive for the co-infections Bartonella, Babesia, or Anaplasma add on each additional pair of products from the corresponding add-on. These add-on packs are designed to be the 2 most important supports for fighting each of these co-infections. One product is aimed at repairing the part of the body that each co-infection damages and the other is designed to help counteract the co-infection’s chief strategy for surviving in your system. These are not meant to be taken alone! They are balanced and meant to be taken with any of the 4 Lyme bundles.
How to move between bundles
Lyme bundle 1 to Lyme bundle 2:
When you finish the oregano, replace it with garlic. When you finish the crypto, replace it with neem. Add in the Chinese skullcap before or after, but make sure it is a week away from the other additions. Remember when adding new killers I recommend you start at half dose for 3 days and then bump up to the full dose to try and reduce unnecessary herx reactions.