New studies on using Ghanaian quinine and Japanese Knotweed to treat Lyme's?
I have chronic Lyme infection and am always looking for new treatments. I have been looking into herbs for the last year and these studies show promise.
This study provides the first convincing evidence that some of the herbs used by patients, such as Cryptolepis, black walnut, sweet wormwood, cat’s claw, and Japanese knotweed, have potent activity against Lyme disease bacteria, especially the dormant persister forms, which are not killed by the current Lyme antibiotics,” says study co-author Prof. Ying Zhang.
An other good article is https://rawlsmd.com/health-articles/understanding-bartonella.
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