What do you think of Cistus incanus for lyme? I am drinking Cistus incanus tea (Dr. Pandalis brand) that my friend sent me from Berlin. In Berlin they saw a TV program about a lyme patient, severely afflicted, partially paralyzed, who greatly improved by drinking a lot of tea of Cistus incanus. Probably Rock Rose in English, Zistrose in German. Long European tradition. Hardy to 10 degrees F. Sold as pills or tea on 3 German “Naturheilkunde” websites.
The plant is well known because it exhudes a sap or gum that is highly antibacterial and antifungal. It is sometimes thought of as being the Balm of Gilead spoken of in the bible. In truth, most herbs will help to some extent for lyme. This is because lyme affects so many systems of the body and resides in so many places in the body.