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So, my dd was just diagnosted wth Lyme's via a blood test. She is on antibiotics, but I am doing some preliminary research to bring to my ped. about alternative/homeopathic remedies. My peditrician is awesome and they have an entire homeopathic pharmacy in their office, so I am sure she will bring some of these up, just wanted to be informed when I go in!<br><br>
So far, I have read about lyme nosode and ledum. My dp has talked with some people who use an ozone machine and ozonated water who have had great results. Anybody have experience with any of the above/other suggestions? We are not sure how long she has had it, and are hoping that the antiotics will clear it up, but would like to be prepared just in case. She is just over 2.5 years old, as I said above, so I wasnt sure if then info. for adults with Lyme's was relevant . Thank you all in advance!
 

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I have lyme and so does my 3 month old son. I will go and dig up the 2 recent lyme threads. Lots of great info there...
 

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dh has lyme. We did abx in the beginning, but they didn't work for him. He is currently doing well on homeopathy and the Delta Gardens teasel protocol. We also use nutritional intervention.<br><br>
He takes ledum in a high potency as needed as well as another homeopathic remedy. Ledum is pretty standard, but anything else would have to be tailored to the individual's situation.<br><br>
We had great luck in the beginning (well, after things got bad) with a single high dose and daily low doses. That did seem to do really well. Then we slacked and had to be more aggressive.<br><br>
Right now the teasel is doing a great job.
 
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