Thursday, June 27, 2013

Chronic Lyme's | Herbal Treatment

The most efficient and sure way to stop Lyme's Disease in it's tracks is to catch it early.  Unfortunately, because of misdiagnosis, that doesn't often happen.  The next best is to start on an herbal regime today - as in yesterday.  Even if you slightly suspect that you might have Lyme's, begin taking herbs as soon as possible.

Teas. Tinctures. Salves. Use them all!

So which herbs work?  To be honest, I'm still learning about herbal treatment for Lyme's, so I'm constantly discovering and researching which herbs have provided results.

Alright, so let's jump right in to the treatment options that I'm currently researching.
I made this recipe into a tincture.
  • 1/2 c. Cat's Claw
  • 1/2 c. Olive Leaf 
  • 3 Tbls. ImLife Mix (Olive leaf, Burdock root, Echinacea root, Pau D'Arco bark, Dandelion root, Nettle leaf, Red Clover tops, Cat's Claw bark, Butcher's Broom root.)
  • 2 Tbls. Vinegar of the 4 Theives Mix*
  • 2 Tbls. Echinacea Root
  • Charcol Filtered Vodka
I followed the "Ticked Off!" recipe that Shoshanna from the Bulk Herb Store shared on her Youtube Channel, but made a couple of changes in my recipe.  

I buy all of my herbs through the Bulk Herb Store, because they are all organic and from a trustworthy source.

The Herb Girl

*If you are known to have an allergic reaction to wormwood, do not use the vinegar of the four thieves in your tincture.  Not sure if you're allergic?  Read this.


  1. We have an aqquaintance who was cured of Lymes with Cat's Claw. Verrrry interesting.

    1. That's wonderful to hear! If you happen to know, was it chronic Lyme's or traditional?