Coiling for Lyme

Trying to cure one case of Lyme Disease

Building the Coil Machine

In mid-December, I ordered a coil machine. I purchased an amplifier (sometimes they’re pretty cheap on eBay). Unfortunately, most stores were on back order until the middle to end of January. I called every online store until I found the last one available for sale in the continental United States. Both parts arrived in December.

Last night, the coil and the capacitor box arrived. I spent this morning hooking up the wires, looking for a table to put it on in the corner of my bedroom (I settled on the chair that goes with my sewing machine), running out to get medicine in case the Herx reaction is intense and feeling a bit nervous. It wasn’t difficult to put together once the setup was off the floor and I could get some good light on the back where I was attaching wires.

At about 3 this afternoon, I used the coil, set to the Lyme bacteria frequency for 15 seconds, over my abdomen. The coil generates a somewhat loud and annoying tone, which makes me think I’ll start using earplugs as the length of time I use the coil increases.

In the first 15 seconds, I didn’t feel anything. But about 2 or 3 minutes later, I felt this heavy feeling in my chest, like my heart was racing or otherwise in distress. This is the same feeling I’ve experienced the few times I’ve tried taking the subway. Three hours later, I still feel it. I started out with a bit of a headache, which has since moved to be in my right temple, above my right eye and above my left eye. My vision seems slightly strained.  Other than that, so far so good.

I’ve made a cheat sheet for myself with the frequencies I’ll need and the corresponding switches on my capacitor box. Besides Lyme, I’ll definitely be treating Bartonella and Babesia.

Now it’s time to rest. We’ll see if a Herx reaction arrives.


It’s 10:45pm and I’m getting ready for bed. The heart/chest discomfort stopped about 4 or 4.5 hours after it started. But my head is killing me. We’re talking severe eye pain, light sensitivity, sound sensitivity, pain on various parts of my skull and a hard time finding words if I try to speak. I even snapped (rudely) at a friend on the phone because the pain is giving me a short temper. I haven’t had a headache this bad since I started Rocephin (an intravenous antibiotic). I tried taking a bile binding drug that is supposed to reduce the intensity of Herx reactions. So far, it hasn’t helped. Hopefully I’ll be able to sleep through the pain.


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4 replies

  1. Rose!

    I am so happy that you are blogging! That you are well enough to blog! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing all of this! I have also wantedto start a blog for a long time but haven’t been well enough either. I have been debating getting a coil machine so I very much appreciate your sharing on this! Keep it coming Rose! I so hope your herxes are mild and managable. I am routing for you!!!

  2. Querida Rose,
    This sounds pretty brutal. I hope you are feeling better. Where did you get the idea for the coil treatment? Was your other treatment not working or just going painfully slowly…? GOOD LUCK, ROSE!!!!

  3. I just got a coil machine as well, last Tuesday. I was using a coil, before at a friend’s house. The herxing for me is super intense. This is my first method of treatment, for lyme etc., as I didn’t want to go the Abx route. I also use Nutra Medix detoxing remedies, like: PINELLA; BURBUR, as well as Activated Charcoal, before everything else, which I got at Whole Foods, and in the evening I use Milk Thistle. Typing and herxing is proving rough. I’m sure others dealing with Nervous System symptoms can relate. ALL the best to you on your path to wellness 🙂 !!!!!

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