Coiling for Lyme

Trying to cure one case of Lyme Disease

Tag Archive for ‘Traditional Chinese Medicine’

Healing the Intestines

Ever since I had a consultation with a person who specializes in essential oils, I’ve been thinking about my intestines. Of course, it came right after a colonoscopy…which forced me to think about my intestines as I watched them on the screen. According to the results of colonoscopy the interior lining of my intestines are in good shape. According to the Zyto-scan that the essential oils person did with me, […]

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Bring on the Funk

About two weeks ago, I started coiling again. I have to say that I really liked taking a break while I’m at home. The days are so long. I can do lots of things. I feel freer. And mostly, I can imagine what it will be like when I no longer have to coil (or at least coil regularly). There were some downsides. The last week in January, I could […]

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Fabulously 40

Forty years old. It’s an accomplishment. When I was in my 20s, 40 seemed old. In my 30s, my outlook started to change. For a few years in my early 30s, I wasn’t sure if I’d live to see 40. A review of my thirties might explain why I feel more triumphant about surviving than disappointed at what I haven’t accomplished yet (which some of my friends have expressed as […]

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2015: The Year of Bartonella

I’ve recently returned from a Christmas trip to visit my sister’s family. As usual, the visits are markers of how much I’ve healed. This time, I carried my almost 40 lb. nephew up and down the stairs. I remember when he was an infant, 3 1/2 years ago, I struggled to climb the stairs on my own. I was so unstable on my feet, I was afraid to carry him […]

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