I have had various tickborne diseases for over 20 years, but I was only diagnosed 7 years ago by a positive test Elisa. My symptoms now are a terribly weak left leg and ankle making it hard to walk. I am very drug sensitive and tend to get every side effect in the book, but my best regime was septra, which makes me 20% stronger almost immediately, plus your knotweed and cats claw in varying amounts. A few months ago I took a month off septra in order to give a homeopathic remedy a chance to work – I was a practicing homeopath for 20 years. It didn’t help. When I went back on the septra and herbs, my mouth got bumps like herpes and then my gland swelled: Coxsackie virus.
Thanks for the comments on the new book, I appreciate it. For the coxsackie use Chinese skullcap (elkmountainherbs.com), isatis (sagewomanherbs.com), and licorice in a tincture blend; 2 parts skullcap, 2 parts isatis (tastes dreadful), 1 part licorice. ¼-1 sp 3x daily for 30 days. Then drop the licorice out of the formula and continue with just the first two (if necessary). Astragalus is also good for that virus.