A thank you from a recovered reader

by | May 14, 2012 | Columns, Healing Lyme, Lyme & Co-Infections, lyme recovery | 0 comments

Dear Stephen,
In late 2006 I obtained lyme disease from a rather generous tick. Thankfully the bullseye rash appeared so self diagnosis was possible. By the second or third month I found your book and began the protocol. Since my son was being breastfed at the time, I knew I needed a treatment which would benefit him too. We ended up using astragalus, knotweed, and andrographis along with some cleanses (magnetic clay baths, Dr. Schulz detox tea and good old yummy cilantro). It took time for the herbs to bring me back to normal, but they did. Of course this is all long story made short, but thank you so much for researching and writing the book. My life (and family’s life) has been made better because of your contribution to it!
Stephen’s response:
You are welcome, so glad it helped.

This protocol was incredible. After only a few weeks most of my symptoms were gone. After six months all my symptoms were gone… it has given me my life back.

– Amazon review by Joseph

Please note:

Stephen Buhner is no longer living and this Q + A column on Planet Thrive is closed to new questions. It will be kept on our website so readers can access vital information in the archives, communicate with each other in the comments section, and find herbs, books + lyme adjuncts in our directory. If you want to read more of Stephen’s writings, please see his website at: stephenharrodbuhner.com.

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