Dear Stephen,
I have been treating chronic infections that went neuro for the past three years. After ten years of tick bites in national parks in Australia I got very ill. I finally tested positive to lyme, babesia, and bartonella brucellosis. I also found out I have klebsiella pneumoniae. I am very worried about the kleisbella as I have osteomyelitis and severe neuro symptoms. I’m on samento banderol and am herxing on this. Will this help kill kleisbella, too? I really need your advice, thanks.


Stephen’s response:

I have a depth protocol for klebsiella in the new edition of Herbal Antibiotics. It is treatable. Here is how I would start,  I would suggest: 1) tincture combination (equal parts) of cryptolepis and alchornea, ½ tsp 3x daily; 2) reishi, licorice, red root, echnacea angustifolia tincture combination (equal parts) 1 sp 3x daily. All tinctures can be mixed in water, together. The dosage can be increased considerably depending on severity of symptoms.

For the neuro: I would use:

Cordyceps tincture and Chinese skullcap tincture – ¼ tsp of EACH tincture in juice or water 3x daily.

Cordyceps tincture can be hard to find, you can also use 2000 mg (capsules) 3x daily.

Try for the Baikal (i.e. Chinese skullcap root tincture NOTE: do not use American skullcaps, they will not work for this)

If you can’t get the tincture, try 1st Chinese herbs for the cordyceps capsules (Plum Flower brand) (Note from editor: If you click on the 1st Chinese Herbs ad below this post, you can get the code for 10% off this brand)


Kudzu root tincture: ¼ tsp 3x daily

Lion’s mane tincture: ½ tsp 3x daily (, as yet I cannot suggest any other brands BUT this one).


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