Buhner herbalist in NY area?

by | Jan 7, 2013 | buhner herbalists, Columns, Healing Lyme, The Basics | 1 comment

Dear Stephen,
Thanks for you great wisdom and help. The peace of mind your treatment protocol brought me is priceless. I live in Nassau County, NY. Can you please recommend an LLMD, ND, and/or herbalist who works with your protocol for lyme and coinfections with and without antibiotics.

Stephen’s response:
The closest I know are Kate Gilday in Cold Brook, NY, Tim Scott in Brattleboro VT or Richard Horowitz in Hyde Park. You can also check the ILADS website for LLMDs in your area: ilads.org.

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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1 Comment

  1. Kyle

    Hi, thanks for your work Stephen. Is Kate still practicing and if so would she be alright with you providing her contact info? I’m interested in ways to address treponema denticola as well as Serratia liquefaciens as diagnosed from a dental infection biopsy. I’ve been trying to recover from dental cavitations.

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