Coiling for Lyme

Trying to cure one case of Lyme Disease

Increasing Levels of Aggression

More and more, I’m convinced that the main infection that caused my leg problems and cognitive problems was Bartonella, not Lyme Disease. This is happening as I increase the amount I coil for Bartonella and get closer and closer to feeling like a healthy human being.

The other thing I’m learning, or at least what I’ve concluded from my observations over the past few weeks, is that the primary area of infection is my brain and cerebrospinal fluid. I had a big response to coiling my head and spine for three minutes on each location (each side of my head, the top and back of my head, and the upper, middle and lower portions of my spine for a total of 21 minutes) in the middle of the day. I get the reaction I’ve come to associate with killing of Bartonella in my central nervous system: restlessness, energy, jumpiness, lack of focus, followed by headaches, abdominal swelling, intestinal slowing, light night sweats, and forearm and lower leg pain in the morning. But the great thing is that as I do it day after day, the reaction diminishes.

So I spent the last few days considering my options for how to more aggressively coil for Bartonella. I think I will start the plan in about two weeks. I’m still having a reaction to the third coiling session each day. Plus, I’m still having trouble, specifically heart trouble, as I’ve increased the frequency of Lyme coiling sessions. I don’t want to overdo it. But, I want to know where I’m headed as soon as my body can handle the next level of getting rid of Bartonella.

Bartonella Coiling Plan

(Fourth Draft)

Coiling at 832Hz

Morning (total 36 minutes):

  • Head: each side, top, back, 3 minutes per
  • Spine: upper, middle, lower, 3 minutes per
  • Chest including heart, 5 minutes
  • Liver (for blood supply and partial abdominal coverage), 10 minutes

Midday (total 36 minutes)

  • Between legs: thighs, knees, calves, 2 minute each
  • Feet through coil, 2 minutes
  • Each outer thigh, midway down thigh, 2 minutes
  • Each ilium front, 2 minutes
  • Each hip bursa, 2 minutes
  • Lower abdomen/pubic bone, 2 minutes
  • Each side of ribcage plus the adjacent arm, 2 minutes
  • Shoulder front and neck, 1 minute on each side
  • Shoulder blades, 1 minute on each side
  • Each ilium back, 2 minutes
  • Butt, 2 minutes

Night (total 36 minutes)

  • Head: each side, top, back, 3 minutes per
  • Spine: upper, middle, lower, 3 minutes per
  • Abdomen, 5 minutes
  • Spleen (for blood supply) 10 minutes

The new plan more aggressively focuses on my central nervous system. It also more aggressively targets the rest of my body, with two minutes at a time on each body part, rather than the single minute I’ve been doing so far. What I’ve cut out is one of the 10 minute sessions to clean my blood, choosing the one on my heart to be axed. In it’s place, I’ve replaced one of the 5 minute sessions on my abdomen with a five minute session on my chest. I’m coiling my legs in fewer locations, partly because I think that I’ll still end up getting through all the flesh, even if I don’t cover the entire surface are of my skin.

When I actually start this coiling protocol, I’ll record it on the blog. For now, I’m putting it down so I can remember what I decided to do as soon as I’m ready to get more aggressive.


April is National Poetry Writing Month. The challenge is to write 30 poems in 30 days, for people who want to participate. I’m not sure I’m ready to commit to a poem a day, but I think I’ll try my hand at writing a few poems about coiling for Lyme and related topics as my part of the celebration of National Poetry Month.

Cork Screw

round and round
inching forward
circling back

round and round
inching forward
circling back

inching forward
circling back
round and round


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

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