Thank you for so much great information. Slowly but surely I am getting this stuff. I am going to look up this My Lyme Immune ID today. I had not heard of that before and I even work in a Dr. office (not a LLDM mind you).
To give you an example of these drops I was given, there are two brands, Deseret and DP Nutritionals. Some are called homeopathic and some are herbal. An example of one says "homeopathic bacterial combination". This is a Deseret brand. The ingredients list about 13 different bacteria such as strep, borrellia, etc all at 6X. There is one for parasite, one for fungus, two for candida, etc. Does that help you know if she is doing the slow drainage thing or not?
Unfortunately I met with her on the advise of a friend and the experience was subpar. The aftercare, when I had a question about the alcohol content being contraindicated in Lyme was even worse with the office manager getting very defensive and rude with me and telling me the lady was too busy to answer her own messages so she was answering for her. I know I will not be going back to her, but hate to waste all of this money, if they might do some good.
What do you use specifically for drainage and is that the same as some call detoxing? Which cell salts do you find to be most helpful with Lyme or is it more symptom based? I have the basic travel kit that has all of them, but haven't quite figured out which to use. My biggest symptoms currently are the terrible peripheral neuropathy and neck/back muscle spasms along with the ever present fatigue and insomnia/anxiety.
Have you treated many folks with Lyme over the phone? I just wondered if this was something that would be better with face to face contact or what your experience has been. Thank you again!!!