Dear Stephen,
I have been dealing with chronic lyme for 1 1/2 years (at least) and have been on antibiotics plus herbals for 6 months. I am currently experiencing chest pain, heaviness, sometimes heart palpitations, and a fast resting heartbeat. I see that you recommend stephania, hawthorn, and coenzyme Q10 for heart issues. Which one should I take? Sometimes it feels like my heart is going to stop or won’t slow down, and I get the chest pains and heaviness mainly at night. I take a klonopin when it happens severely (about every other day), and this seems to help. Just for your information, I am currently taking azithromycin and suprax. I have been just on those two for the past 2 weeks, but plan on restarting the herbals/vitamins such as vitamin B 12, D, samento, banderol, grapefruit seed extract, nattokinase, apple polyphenols, reversatrol, and eleutero extract.


Stephen’s response:
I would highly recommend motherwort tincture, ¼-1/2 tsp 3x daily. You can take up to ½ ounce at night, yes ½ ounce. I do myself from time to time. In general, however, that lower dose will help resolve this condition. It will also help with the CNS inflammation that lyme, etc., can cause. Hawthorn is also good as a regular supplement.
Stephen
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