Sep 12 2008

Flower Essences For Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease is affecting both humans and animals all over North America. There are few corners that have escaped its ravages, and it’s a tough one to prevent. So far the vaccines haven’t worked well (or have had serious side effects that make them undesirable as a preventative.) And prevention seems still to be the best course of action — if you can do it.

If you can’t prevent Lyme, then can it be treated successfully? Well, if you listen to the accounts of people who

have had Lyme and are working on recovery from it — or from pet owners whose animals have acquired post-Lyme symptoms and disability — then we know that 100% success is far from a sure thing.

Now, I personally have had Lyme disease twice. My dog has had it three times, the last time very severely. By using homeopathic and other natural remedies, i feel that I have recovered completely.

My dog? Not so well. We’re treating her through the very talented services of a naturopathic veterinarian, and in many ways she is vastly improved. But her ligaments and joints are a mess! We’re not yet making much progress there. Her spirits are great — but her poor body just won’t cooperate any longer with her energy and what she would really like to do in life.

I’ve often wondered if there are any flowers that could be useful to support the recov ery from Lyme Disease, and have looked pretty much high and low without finding anything. Until this week!

Green Hope Farm just made a new essence from Teasel — and among the things it does (which are considerable for one little flower!!) is to help your system heal and recover from Lyme Disease. One of Teasel’s other big attributes is to help heal any breaks or energetic holes in any of the main chakras — so of course this is going into my Chakra Balancing Formulas as soon as it arrives.

We still can’t prevent Lyme. So far, there is only a new veterinary vaccine made from recombinant DNA that seems to work very well without causing terrible side effects (although it only prevents Lyme, not any of the other severe tick-borne diseases.) Ask your vet about Recombitek vaccine for Lyme. There is no human equivalent, so. . . be careful swhen you are out in the woods and in Nature. Take precautions and inspect every inch of your skin after any excursions outdoors. What you’re looking for is as small as the head of a pin — so look closely.

But now, if you do get Lyme, I’m going to be working on a new formula that can help speed your 100% recovery. It’s going to have Teasel in it for sure — and several other great flowers that assist your body to recover.

Watch for the announcement soon! Lyme Disease Recovery — it’s got a new ally from the flowers now. Natural healing for Lyme is already here — and now has flower essence allies as well. About time!

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3 Responses to “Flower Essences For Lyme Disease”

  1. I continue to be amazed at what help is available to us via flower essences!

  2. Nancyon 23 Sep 2008 at 1:38 pm

    You know something? So am I!!! That’s one reason this field is so fascinating ~ nature always has some astonishing surprises for us, if we are only willing to be open and humbly learn ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks for your comment!

    Nancy

  3. Bethon 28 Sep 2008 at 10:33 am

    hey Nancy,

    Sounds good to me! Keep us posted!

    Hugs,
    Beth Loeb

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