Dear Stephen,
My husband has a new symptom, not sure if it is related to his lyme disease. His gums are red in certain places and swollen. Could this be from lyme? If so, what should he take? We have been on your protocol before.


Stephen’s response:
I don’t know what this is from but when I get that I use a gum toner blend of tinctures to treat it: Echinacea angustifolia, oak bark, red root, usnea, (and others but that is core). Mix all the tinctures together, add the same amount of liquid (water) to dilute it by half, then take a mouthful and swirl it around and let it sit in contact with the gums for a few minutes then swallow or spit out, your choice. It can often help.
Stephen
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