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  1. morningsonshine

    morningsonshine New Member

    Lyme Disease and Homeopathy
    by Stephen Tobin, DVM

    I am a holistic veterinarian in Connecticut and have treated several hundred cases of Lyme disease in the past five years. After trying various homeopathic preparations, with only limited success, I found that Ledum in a 1M potency is about as close as you can get in a specific cure. I have used it in dogs, cats, and horses, and it does not seem to matter whether it is a recent infection, a year old, treated or untreated -- they all respond curatively. I have not had a single case that did not improve.

    While I do not treat human beings, some of my clients with animals suffering from Lyme disease have taken Ledurn 1M for their own Lyme disease infections, after seeing the positive result with their animals. The feedback I have gotten is all positive. I have told numerous naturopaths and homeopathic MDs about Ledum. One homeopathic MD runs titers on all his Lyme disease patients, both before and after treatment with Ledum, and has found that there is a constant decline in titer after Ledum.

    For treatment, I give one pellet of Ledum 1M three times a day for three days. I have been using Borrellia burgdorferi 60X nosode, a homeopathic preparation, as a preventative for Lyme disease in dogs. I give orally one dose daily for one week, then one dose a week for one month, then one dose every six months. In the past four years, i have had only two dogs out of over five hundred on this regimen that might have contracted Lyme disease, both of which readily cleared with Ledum.

    While there is a canine vaccine for Lyme disease, I haven't found it very effective. One vet who uses it extensively told me she feels it provides protection for about a third of the dogs receiving it. I have seen a number of Lyme disease cases in dogs starting five to six weeks after vaccination (these also resolve with Ledum). In an April 1993 letter, the Cornell Veterinary School Diagnostic Lab wrote about a study of dogs with a clear history and diagnosis of Lyme disease: 56% had antibodies as determined by the western blot test only against the vaccine, with another 32% having antibodies against the vaccine and spirochete itself. In other words, more than half had Lyme disease because of the vaccine and almost a third had Lyme disease despite the vaccine.

    One breeder told me that before she started using the nosode, at least one dog and one family member would contract Lyme disease each year, but since using the nosode as a preventative (for the family and dogs), they have not had one case. Her husband was bitten twice by deer ticks last summer and developed a rash the size of a dime, whereas in the past, when he was bitten by a deer tick and subsequently developed Lyme disease, the rash was "twice the size of a half dollar."

    I know a number of naturopaths who use Borrellia burgdorferi nosode as part of their treatment protocol for Lyme disease. One client, to whom I have given the nosode for her horse, took it herself and told me that the Lyme disease she had been suffering from for several years cleared up.

  2. shone

    shone New Member

    Hi there,
    Just come across your message on lyme, and kind of hoped you can help a bit.
    I live in North Scotland Recently lost my Arab mare , she was 15 years, very fit and was picked for international riding team , endurance, 2 years, , but had to be put down , spent quite a lot of time taking ticks of her, before illness, Now have dog, he,s 13 year,s bearded collie, I know that they are known as weardie beardies
    but he has gone beyond, Ican,t walk past him, before he tries to EAT me, Have also picked 100,s ticks of him,
    Picked 100's of me too.
    Scottish nhs test,s useless, Private test, saysBorrelia burgdorferi, gps wil not help, I am using accupunture , chinese medicine , have tried homeopathic in past , one did help me, but has stopped practice
  3. Tigger57

    Tigger57 New Member

    You wouldn't happen to me in Lyme, CT would you? I just thought that would be too ironic.

    I live on the Rhode Island/Connecticut line. I do worry about my dogs getting Lyme. Even though I put stuff on them, I've hauled off some pretty hefty dog ticks. I've also found quite a few deer ticks... now those scare me.

    My baby, Eddy, (Sheltie about 8 years old) has a growth on his eyelid and Monday the vet is going to see what they can do to surgically remove it with the least problems. Then it has to be biopsied, of course, to make sure it's not cancerous.

    Just one more thing in my string of bad luck. At least my vet will hold a check for me.

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