Coiling for Lyme

Trying to cure one case of Lyme Disease

Tag Archive for ‘detox’

Kidney Cocktail

Over the past week, I’ve been zooming ahead with coiling for Bartonella. At first, it was a relief. The day after  I coiled my central nervous system three times in one day for the first time, I had so much energy. It felt like I woke up again after feeling tired for long enough that I was sure I was having a Babesia relapse. After the initial burst of energy, […]

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Kidney Conundrum

The truth is that I’ve been feeling worse lately. It’s a hard truth. For most of the past 6 years, I’ve been getting better, in fits and starts. I haven’t regressed significantly at any point in time since I stopped antibiotics and started using the coil machine. So it shouldn’t surprise me that I’m having a hard time with the increase in symptoms and the reduction in my daily capacity. […]

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Missing Pieces

It’s been a while since I sat down in front of my computer. A lot has happened, mostly good, even the yucky stuff. First, I went to visit my sister’s family for 10 days. It was a fabulous vacation from coiling, especially the part where I got to play with my nephew and niece every day. Before I left, I did a little more Bartonella coiling and discovered that doing […]

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Talking Turkey

This past week, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to go from where I am, which is better than I’ve been since I got sick, to healthy and capable of daily activity. In a lot of ways, I think I’m on the right track. I’ve made adjustments to the Bartonella protocol. I’m trying new foods and doing my best to get the dormant Lyme bacteria back into their active […]

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Supplemental Information

After the last post, when I was writing about reducing the amount of supplements I take, I started to get excited about the possibility of not having to take pills with every meal. What a difference that would be. With that in mind, I’m reviewing the supplements I’m currently taking and considering what to stop and when. The current list is much smaller than the one I was taking last […]

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Somethings old, somethings new

I went on a trip at the beginning of March to the deserts of southern California with my husband. I took about 8 days off from coiling to go on the trip. It gave me time to think about lots of things while we drove down and back, as well as while we enjoyed the natural environment. Since then, I’ve been really tired. REALLY TIRED. It took about 10 days […]

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Diversions

Every now and then I remind myself that the reason for time is so everything doesn’t have to happen all at once. I need this reminder because when I feel bad, I don’t want to do anything. Then when I am a little bit well, I run off and do too much. Then I crash. In the days after my last post, I was pretty obsessed with insomnia. I had […]

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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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Climbing Slowly and Carefully

I started this round of Bartonella slowly. I learned in the autumn that the infection seems to be primarily in my central nervous system, i.e. my brain, and that coiling my head leads to herxes. The herxes are different from the ones with Lyme. I’m pacing myself this time, not rushing into it to get it done with sooner, but respecting that my body is stronger and my desire to […]

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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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