Thank you for your book and your comment regarding possible skin reactions to andrographis. After using it a while, I developed an unpleasant itch on one side of my back but there was no evidence of a rash. I continued with it anyway for a total of about three months. I think the andrographis helped me, but after perhaps 2 months of full dosage my colon seemed to react negatively. I never could tolerate resveratrol. I decided to switch to Dr. Zhang’s protocol — starting with his garlic capsules. That seems to work better for me. Do you know how reliable PCR tests are for determining ending treatment for lyme and babesia?
There are no 100% effective tests for lyme. Even skin biopsy, in an area where a tick was removed and that has a bull’s eye rash, often comes up negative. The only sure test is how you feel. The disease demands tremendous self awareness for many people.