Coiling for Lyme

Trying to cure one case of Lyme Disease

Riding it out

I’m past the hump on the Lyme Herx. I still have aches and pains, particularly in my arms. I had more energy today, enough to go for a walk and to do some things around the house.

I researched Babesia a little more today. The ideas are percolating. I’m adding two minutes of coiling my ilium because that has a lot of bone marrow in it.

I’m looking forward to doing more tomorrow to get myself caught up with bills and correspondence.


I’m increasing Babesia by adding a new body part. I don’t anticipate much of a Herx, but you never know…

  • Babesia, chest, 5 minutes; liver, 5 minutes; ilium, 1 minute each side (left and right)
  • Candida, abdomen, 10 minutes; chest, 2 minutes; face, 2 minutes


Nothing new or special.

  • homeopathic support
  • kombucha
  • juiced greens
  • skin brushing
  • castor oil pack on liver


I know the Lyme Herx isn’t over because I slept fewer than 7 hours last night, and when I awoke this morning I was awake. I may have had a night sweat, which I think because I woke up damp, but not wet.

My joints have sharp pains in them today, migrating around: my knees and elbows have been the worst, followed by my hands, shoulders and hips. My spine hurts, not top to bottom, but at the base of my neck (C7), and about 6 or 7 vertebrae down from the base of my neck (T5 and T6). My ribs hurt in the front. I’m having some muscle pain in my arms and legs and lower back. It’s tolerable but distracting.

I have some floaters in my vision, with eye pain and light sensitivity.

After my 30 minute nap today, I was nauseated. When I did my castor oil pack, my liver was sore in response to pressure.

All in all, still Herxing, but it’s on its way out.


Categories: Herx reactions, using the coil machine

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