Dear Stephen,
I am the mother of a 4 year old. He had a bite and bull’s eye last summer and was treated with amoxicillin for 2 weeks only…with no herbs, just a whole foods diet. This summer he had a bite, without a bull’s eye, but a Western blot test showed 7/11 antibodies present. He is currently on amoxicillin again, but I don’t know how long to treat. It’s been 2 weeks….do I push for a full 30 days? Also, if I wanted to incorporate astragalus, Japanese knotweed, and cat’s claw…are all these 100% safe for a 4 year old, and if yes, do I do them all in one day or alternate days? One herb per day on a rotation schedule? Lastly, I was told to get the lumbrokinase to break down the biofilm, wait an hour do the antibiotic, and then after another hour do the pectin to help the body release the toxins. Is this helping or a waste of $$? Thanks so much in advance for your time. I’m a desperate mother wanting to do what’s best!!


Stephen’s response:
I would just use astragalus now, every day, 1000 mg daily. It is often useful to use homeopathic ledum and homeopathic apis at the beginning for three days as in the book. Not sure the other things are needed right now.
Stephen
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