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Lymes Disease remedies for humans and dogs

Hi! My 5 month old puppy got diagnosed with Lymes yesterday after having some problems with his joints. Does anybody know any remedies that may help get rid of the disease. The vet gave him 4-6 weeks on antibiotics. I'm worried for what I have read that it may hurt him and not cure the Lymes. Any tips, info would be greatly appreciated.
  airlessgel on 2009-02-06
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no way antibiotics cure lyme diseaes--made things worse---go by the symptoms that will guide to proper treatment---(i havent yet use this ) but read mat woods book herbal wisdom) sort of a rengade herbalist--with homoeopathy influence--page 233-237--teasel root--almost sways to check out --get the book---possible use in potency 12c or 6c rather than tincture--but all that is my--anyway read ---speculative----
NEXT if using antibiotics --stop use ---if gave already hen better get good bacteria back in pups sysytem--somesort of probiotic --quality dog freindly---best source is buried bomes which they know by instinct if left to thenselves--and raw meat---wild best--venison-rabbit--or beef if need buy--NOT POrk OR CHICKEN---can also give soured milk or soured cream as partial help----do those things start---but dont jump the gun with teasl root---joints may be affect of vaccinatios prior given --if that case ---dose with sulphur ---use 30c --1 dose only---let me know how this goes--
John Stanton last decade
Thanks so much, I will get the book.
airlessgel last decade
the diet as mnetioned is important---other book to have onthis so u reflect and implement urself---TITLE= 'give your dog a bome' by billinghurst
John Stanton last decade

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