Dear Stephen,
My son has been bitten many times by ticks, we live in a high lyme area. This year he was tested following a 1.5cm diameter red reaction to a bite. He received one equivocal reaction and one ever so slightly positive reaction that the doctor feels is as good as equivocal. The doctor also says that we have no way of knowing when the encounter with the infected tick took place. Should we treat? And to what degree? The whole protocol or just the herbs for a new infection? Thank you so much for your work, both for lyme sufferers and also for our relations with the plant kingdom.

Stephen’s response:
I would put him on astragalus 2000 mg daily to begin with. That should raise his immune function enough to deal with it. If it does not, then consider a modified protocol.
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