Herbalist in Sacramento, CA area

by | Feb 2, 2013 | buhner herbalists, Columns, Healing Lyme, The Basics | 3 comments

Dear Stephen,
I live outside Sacramento and was wondering if you can recommend any herbalists familiar with your protocol in that area. Thanks!

Stephen’s response:
Anna Werderitsch of spiritfarmeracupuncture.com. She practices out of HAALo in Nevada City, CA. You can reach her at (310) 531-0314.

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. tina

    Hello, my name is tina. I was wondering if there was something herbal that may help a severe itching problem I have had for months. I have already had prednisone shots and pills nothing helps the itching has made me very sensitive to touch even my own hair bothers me.
    If you can help please email me, much appricated.
    I also have fibromyalgia ,CF,DEPRESSION, ECT;

  2. denise

    Look into autoimmune disease. Often when one has gluten and other digestive issues that cause “leaky gut” the itching can be a symptom of the allergies to undigested proteins that go thru the gut wall and trigger an immune response (auto immunity)and hyper-sensitivity. Need to heal the gut tissues first and restore normal gut flora balance. Requires total plant based only diet for several months – avoid all glutens and “trigger” foods until immune system and inflammation settle down. Once gut is healed may be able to reintroduce some trigger foods slowly. It’s a bit of a learning curve. Find a practionioner who can help with “leaky gut”.

  3. Eileen Hatfield

    I would like to know if chanca pierda in any form counter acts with pain medications

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