6 Alternative Treatments To Help You Recover From Lyme Disease

Using cat’s claw, using homeopathic remedies, taking in more garlic, using African herbs, eating foods rich in probiotics, and eating foods rich in Vitamin C are all things you might think about doing to help treat Lyme disease.

Although antibiotics have been proven effective in treating Lyme disease, many other alternative methods of treatment should be used. These natural medicines are safe and fast cures for Lyme disease, even if it is very old. Here are the alternative treatments for Lyme disease that may aid your speedy recovery:

Consider cat’s claw

Cat’s claw, otherwise known as Samento or una de gato, has been observed by some doctors to help treat Lyme disease. A herbal medicine is manufactured from the extract of cat’s claws’ inner bark and is said to act as an antimicrobial therapeutic agent. Borrelia organisms, which cause Lyme disease, will be killed by this treatment, and even the neuropathic symptoms of Lyme disease will go away. It is most effective, and recommended for use, when combined with other digestive enzymes and detoxifying medication for a successful treatment of Lyme disease.

The use of homeopathic medicine

Homeopathic remedies are a form of alternative medicine directed to a specific illness or condition using specific diluted preparations. When speaking of Lyme disease, it is important to remember that there are remedies that are intended to be used at each stage of the progression of the disease. They are safe to be used simultaneously with prescription antibiotics. Dosage and frequency vary from one brand to another. Below is an example:

Stage 1 (1 to 4 weeks after the tick bite): Propolis formula made up of Propolis resin, Echinacea root, Red root, and Licorice root.

Stage 2 (1 to 5 months after the tick bite): Lomatium formula made up of Lomatium root, Witch hazel, Elderberry, and Prickly ash.

Stage 3 (6 months onward after the tick bite): Waltheria formula made up of Waltheria root, Osha root, American Ginseng root, and Artemesia annua.

Eat more garlic

Garlic is considered to be a universal antibiotic. Increase in the intake of garlic results in fighting the Borrelia bacteria and it also supports and improves your immune system, in turn will help treat Lyme disease.

Using of herbs of African origin.

Some African herbs, including the African Potato extract or Hypoxis Rooperi and Buchu or Agathosma Betuloina, are also known to help treat Lyme disease. They support and enhance your immune system, and they also act as natural agents for restoring your health.

Consume food items that have plenty of probiotics

If you eat foods such as kefir and yogurt (which contain a lot of probiotics) it will help you deal with the gastrointestinal distress that is often caused by antibiotics prescribed for Lyme disease. Probiotics contain good bacteria that can stimulate your immune system, helping you quickly recover from Lyme disease.

Eating foods rich in Vitamin C

Vitamin C enhances your immune system. The symptoms of flu that accompany Lyme disease will vanish quickly if you eat food that is rich in Vitamin C. Here are some examples of this sort of food, including fruits and vegetables in general, papaya, guava, red pepper, and Citrus fruits.

There are other natural remedies for treating Lyme disease which are being studied and observed by physicians. Generally, these herbs are most effective when taken with antibiotics and will help reduce the side effects that may be brought on by the antibiotics. BOLA TANGKAS