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#3223 - 03/26/08 06:42 PM Herxheimer reactions
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March 26, 2008

In this video I am behaving silly with a bottle of supplements on my head to illustrate an important point about herxheimer reactions.

My book Lyme Disease and Rife Machines which was published in 2005 states what I still believe today: that herx reactions are mandatory to the recovery process. Neurotoxins are released when Lyme bacteria is killed without exception.

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#3249 - 03/28/08 12:13 PM Re: Herxheimer reactions [Re: BryanRosner]
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Thank you for that balancing act. I couldn't agree more! I was/am very sick and have basically been Herxing my entire treatment. Unfortunately, it is NOT easy to find that balance. And just when you think you did, your doctor wants to add something or try something different!!!

I would like to hear more about the Herx reactions and cytokine release which causes such wicked swelling (esp my brain!). What works best for this? Do you suggest starting anti-inflammatories long before you introduce any kind of Rife or antibiotics? Does light exercise help or hurt?

It seems that once I got into this very bad swelling, I just can't get out of it; now I am not on any treatment, which is unfortunate because I am pregnant with my third. Lisa

#5454 - 10/30/10 09:36 AM Re: Herxheimer reactions [Re: LisaLoni]
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Very helpful information, Bryan!

I am getting a clearer idea of what the 'herx' reaction involves in order to know when I am having it! Key word, "neurotoxin"...I seem to get headaches in the afternoon and become very fatigued. This must be "herxing"?

Thanks for your dedication!


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