Neem for Lyme Disease

I was diagnosed with chronic lyme disease 6 months ago. I've been on a ton of antibiotics and still very sick. Lyme disease is spreading right now faster than the aids virus, yet doctors are experimenting to find out how to cure it with different antibiotics.

The bacteria get deep into the system and is very hard to get rid of once it's in for a while. I was misdiagnosed for over 3 years. It's a disease that mimics alot of other diseases unfortunately. So it's very hard for doctors to diagnose.

But my question is, do you see this helping with fighting these various bacteria and co-infections associated with lyme disease?
Thanks so much for your help.

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Neem and Lyme Disease
by: Birgit

Thanks for educating us a bit about lyme disease. I have to admit that I am not familiar with it, I just know the name.

Please note that the following is not intended as medical advice. Just my thoughts and what I found on the subject. Do discuss this with your doctor.

I just did a search across existing medical literature and to date there has been no research into the effects of neem on lyme disease.

But I would think, given what we know about the effects of neem leaf on bacteria in general and on the immune system, that regular consumption of fresh or dried leaf or neem tea could very well have a very beneficial effect.

It is something that I would certainly try if I was battling this disease.

Since you don't know how you will react, or whether lyme disease changes the way your body reacts to this herb, it is important that you start carefully, by taking very little.

You should also discuss it with your doctor first.

Neem
by: Anonymous

In India, we take fresh neem leaves, make a paste of say a tea spoonful and down it with a glass of butter milk. If not drink it with water, then take a bit of yoghurt. A one month course should get rid of any bacteria infection and also act against certain virus. Fresh neem leaves are effective, dried leaves or oil can not be that potent.

Neem has been used for it's benefit for around 3000 years. It can cause gut irritation therefore butter milk, milk or ghee should be taken with it.

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If you have leaky gut, you need to change your diet and should take probiotic and Digestive Enzymes to break down your food. I hope these information will help you.

Neem Works
by: Ms. Herb

Greetings Bridget:
I hope that you have decided to use Neem, it is very powerful, extremely bitter. Do not buy the powder, it's extremely concentrated. You can try the neem oil in warm water, shake 1/2 teaspoon in hot tea, shake it well. Then drink while the oil is broken up in the water. You can also drink black seed oil, start with a drop then 1/4 tsp eventually. Pau D'Arc is excellent to combine, always add finer, and cayenne as the circulatory and catalyst to take the medicine to its destination.
Peace and Research
You Can Beat Lyme Diseae
I know that it can be beat naturally? Ms. Herb Herbalist, Aromatherapist, Grandmother, and Vegan Baker, Nutritionist

Please explain
by: Peter

Hallo Ms. Herb,
you write "always add finer, and cayenne", what do you mean with "finer" or was it misspelling?

Ms Herb
by: Anonymous

It is stated at the very bottom (footer) that OIL is not to be taken internally.
Tea, extract, or capsules. Oil is for external use only.

Neem and Lyme NEW
by: Susan B.

LYME DISEASE and NEEM

Hello fellow Lyme disease sufferers. I thought I should share my own personal experience with Lyme disease and the hell I went through...but came out on the "other side", so there is hope!

I contracted Lyme disease many years ago, while on a trip to northern CA- before it became a well-known disease. Since I live in the northwest, where Lyme disease is very uncommon, it took quite a while for the diagnosis to be confirmed. I first had the bite looked at, before I had any real symptoms except fatigue. Naturally the doctor said don't worry- but I was worried! The bite was growing so big & I never saw anything like it- it was scary, not normal- but classic.

About a week went by, and by that time, all my joints were so swelled up and I was in so much pain all over my body. I had no strength to even pull the blanket up over myself. My head was foggy, I couldn't sleep, and felt helpless. First I was put on several runs of oral antibiotics. When that didn't help, I was put on intravenous antibiotics. Still nothing helped.

My husband and I both started researching. We both were interested in natural medicine and particularly oriental medicine and the ancient Science of Ayurveda (from India) We read about a well-known herb called NEEM that has been used for thousands of years for many different diseases and symptoms- often working like an antibiotic, without all the harmful side effects. Knowing that herbal medicine can often take a while to get the full effects, unlike western medicine-

I decided to try this Neem- what did I have to lose?! I started taking about 2,000 mg. a day. It took 3-4 months, but gradually my symptoms started going away. After 6 months, I reduced my dose to 1,000 mg. a day- by that time I had just some swelling in some of my joints- but nothing like before.

Since that time, I have put it to the test by taking breaks from it, and after a week or two of being off the Neem my symptoms will return. I know I have this bug in my body and will for my whole life- but I also have a way of controlling it so I can lead a normal life.

The one side effect from taking the neem is that it can dry out my skin (which is a small price to pay) So I also found out recently that oil of oregano can be taken for a week or two when I want to take a break from the Neem. There are also some great Ayurvedic oils that I use for dryness. It is also essential to have a good quality product. Neem extract is more powerful than the whole herb and it should be organic.

For many years, I have been taking the products sold by Tattva's Herbs, which are very pure, potent and dependably good quality. But a good high quality neem extract is carried but many reputable companies. Be sure to get an extract not just the whole herb. it 20x the potency.

I also found that I have to keep my immune system strong in order to fight off the nasty attacks. The neem helps with that, but another product I found to keep my strength up is called Chyawanprash...I haven't even caught a cold, flu or anything else that is contagious since I've been on these.


I hope this information can be of help for some of you who are suffering from Lyme disease. Patience is important, as it does take a while to take effect- but It’s worked for me for over 2 decades, and I know it has helped other people as well. Don’t give up hope…there is help!

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