Coiling for Lyme

Trying to cure one case of Lyme Disease

Tag Archive for ‘hormones’

After the Third Package

Things are definitely shifting. I finished the third Alfons Ven CHIM package on May 16 (7 days ago). The last two weeks were easier than the first two weeks of the package, and more importantly, easier than the first two packages. So far I’m pleased with my progress. Besides reporting on the second half of the CHIM package and the break between packages, I have two things on my mind. […]

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As the holidays approach, I have the cultural angst that many Americans do, with the mixed memories of previous Christmases, both extremely joyful and extremely difficult. So I’m trying to excuse myself for the way all my feelings are being amplified by continuing to coil aggressively for Bartonella. It’s funny, but the more I coil, the more emotional I feel. I have moments of calm, but the stormy times are […]

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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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Accidental Control

Since the last blog post, I had a few friends in town. One friend from NYC came for a week and we went out and did a lot of fun stuff: whale watching, visiting the Monterey Bay Aquarium, eating deep fried artichokes, going to the beach and walking in the slough and lots more. Before she got here, I had planned to coil the regular amount while she was here: […]

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Log Jam

It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to record what’s going on, two weeks already. I’ve had a lot on my mind. The good stuff has included some celebrating of my husband’s birthday, which was a great excuse to have fun and eat yummy food, and flying to North Carolina to spend time with my sister and her family, which is where I am now. The harder stuff […]

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