Coiling for Lyme

Trying to cure one case of Lyme Disease

detoxification support

Leaping into Bartonella Treatment

With each infection I confront, I make a leap at some point, from treating it a little, whittling down the infection, to slamming it. Today is the day for Bartonella. I decided it is time. Over the past few days, I started adding in other sessions to clean my blood stream of active Bartonella. Rather than making the herxes more intense, it has actually reduced them. This is a relief. […]

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Return to Juicing

I write about juicing from time to time because it is both the best way I’ve found to detox and the hardest to do regularly. Somehow I managed to make a big batch yesterday, enough for today as well. So why juice? Benefits of Juicing to Detox I say that juiced greens are the best way to detox because they are filled with nutrients that build up the human body […]

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Bartonella Round 2

I’m gearing up to use the coil machine to obliterate my Bartonella infection. I’m not sure what will be different than when I started up in the fall, but my intention is to coil more frequently over my whole body until it is gone, gone, GONE! The first difference between now and autumn is that the Babesia infection seems to be dormant. This is important because to get rid of […]

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Coiling Break

It’s official. I’m taking a vacation from coiling for just over three weeks. I’ve got a few other plans, things to try in the meantime, but no coiling while I’m on the East Coast visiting my family and friends. Before I Stopped Since I knew I was going to stop, I did some extra coiling. I coiled for Lyme every 5 days for the last two weeks before I stopped. […]

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In-Body Experience

The week before Thanksgiving, I did three things that forced me to pay attention to my musculoskeletal system: a workout, a massage and a Rolfing session. Beyond being sore, I felt very present in my body. It started with the workout (Saturday Nov. 17). This is the third one I’ve done since I started out in October. I tried doing 2 in 2 weeks and knocked myself out so totally […]

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Expectations

I haven’t been in the mood to blog lately. I haven’t been feeling terribly social. I’ve been coiling more than ever before and the symptoms have been building up. Yet when I go out to meet friends or do errands, I’m happy to see people and be doing something. I meant to be keeping track of what it’s like to coil for Bartonella. Each day, I made a mental note […]

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Understanding Heat

Sauna Over the past few weeks, I’ve been going to the dry sauna less frequently. The reason for the decrease is diarrhea and a desire not to increase the risk of dehydration. But something else has happened in the time that I’ve been going to the sauna less often: my Lyme symptoms and herxes have gotten more intense. Even the nightsweats from Babesia coiling are getting more frequent (2 per […]

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Vacillations

I drive myself crazy when I’m not feeling well. Half the time, I’m happy, excited even, that all the coiling is causing an increase in symptoms. I’m sure that it’s working, killing off tons of bacteria and getting me closer to the end of the period of my life when Lyme is a debilitating limitation. In those moments, I want to reach out to friends and family. I can focus […]

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My Full Time Job

After learning how to use the various machines at the gym, I had a huge shift in perspective. Ever since last week when I realized I needed to start the Bartonella eradication cycle and bone building process, I’ve been irritated by how much time I need to spend on coiling, additional detox routines and going to the gym. I was annoyed when I realized I have to coil twice a […]

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Deciding to heal completely

After a long physical struggle, I’ve had a major reprieve. I’ve been able to do quite a few physical activities. I’ve been able to travel. I’ve been able to cheat on my food restrictions without immediate, severe consequences. If I didn’t know better, I’d pretend I was in remission. Fortunately for me, many people have warned me that if I want to really be done with Lyme, I have to […]

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