Coiling for Lyme

Trying to cure one case of Lyme Disease

Walking in Circles

(Thursday’s post)

I spent the day out of focus. I was trying to pack for a trip to visit my friend John and his family in Columbus. Instead, I talked on the phone, made a trip to an ashram to get my coil blessed by a Hindu priest (a poojah to Ganesha), cleaned my apartment. I don’t know how, but I somehow managed to put some clothes and pills in a suitcase. I forgot to blog and barely got myself to coil.

Something’s going on in my brain. Maybe it’s the brain fog of the Lyme Herx. Maybe something is resetting itself as part of the cascade that the homeopathic remedy started. Maybe I’m happy and relaxed because I’m continuing my summer full of people I love.


  • Tinea versicolor, 8 amps, 700 Hz, chest rash, 5 minutes
  • Babesia, ilium, 1 minute each side; knees/elbows, 1 minute; liver, 5 minutes; chest, 5 minutes
  • Bartonella, 5 minutes, abdomen; 2 minutes, chest
  • Candida, abdomen, 10 minutes; chest, 2 minutes


  • skin brushing
  • kombucha
  • BioMat (2 hours level 3)
  • welchol (1 dose, 1 pill)
  • walking
  • poojah?


No night sweat. Not enough sleep. Definitely the Herx related sleeplessness. Morning nausea for several hours.

Low back pain. Minor joint pain.

Major light sensitivity and Herx/migraine type headache. Ear pain.

Lots of urinary tract symptoms: urgent urination, urinary hesitation, cloudy urine, a dull ache in my bladder.

Mostly, though, it felt like my mind was going.


Categories: healing process, Herx reactions, using the coil machine

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1 reply

  1. Enjoy your trip. I’ll be leaving for England next Friday. “See” you when I get back.

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