New Book: The Homeopathic Treatment of Lyme Disease
translated to English! Now you can discover a German perspective on Lyme Disease
Written in German in 2005, and translated to
English in 2006, this unique and fascinating Homeopathy Guidebook is a
must-have for students of Lyme Disease. Lymebook.com is proud to give our
customers access to this useful and intriguing handbook.
Most people do not actually know what homeopathy is
- they just perceive it as some mysterious type of natural therapy, similar to
herbs or acupuncture. In reality, while homeopathy is in fact natural, it is
quite different from most other approaches to holistic healing. The principle
upon which homeopathy is based is fascinating.
The word "homeopathy" literally means "treat like
with like," where "homeo" means "same" and "pathy" means "treatment."
Homeopathic remedies are substances that actually cause symptoms of sickness to
show up in people who are otherwise healthy. A person with a cold, for example,
would take a homeopathic remedy that would cause a healthy person to have
symptoms of a cold. The principle is that symptoms are the body's way of
fighting an illness. If symptoms are increased and intensified, the body will be
fighting harder. Hence, Lyme Disease remedies are typically comprised of
substances that are intended to intensify Lyme Disease symptoms. In doing so,
the immune system is activated and the fight against the infection is brought to
a new level.
But homeopathy really becomes fascinating when you
examine the doses used. Homeopathic remedies use miniscule, almost insignificant
doses of substances, diluted to a barely measurable concentration. The purpose
is not to bombard the body with an actual substance but instead, to introduce a
very small, trace amount of the substance into the body, just enough to "wake up
the immune system" and elicit an immunological or healing response. A similar
principle is the basis for vaccinations - when injected with trace amounts of
the offending pathogen, the immune system steps up the defenses and develops
immunity toward that pathogen.
Homeopathy is one of the most effective medical
therapies in the world, and has shown particular benefit in treating Lyme
Disease. This new book offers you a global perspective on
Learn more about the book: http://www.lymebook.com/homeopathy
Two upcoming Lyme Disease conferences
of the nation's biggest Lyme conferences are coming up. Are you in the
Lyme Disease / Autism
One of the most important aspects of your Lyme
Disease education is to realize that Lyme Disease can in fact mimic nearly any
health condition, from multiple sclerosis and depression to chronic fatigue
syndrome and fibromyalgia. New information supports a strong connection between
Lyme Disease and Autism.
Evidence for the link between Lyme Disease and Autism is so strong that
several Lyme/Autism organizations have sprung into existence. Moreover,
conferences on the topic are even happening. On June 22-24 will be held the
"Lyme-Autism Connection Conference" in Irvine, CA. Here is the
According to Charles Ray Jones, M.D.:
"Physicians, parents and patients from across the country are
invited to learn about Lyme disease and it's impact on our children. Hundreds,
if not thousands of children have been diagnosed with Lyme Disease and Autism.
It's time to bring the experts from each of these areas together to find answers
for our kids. Please join us and learn about proper testing, diagnosis, the
unique needs of an autistic child and participate in the physicians training to
search for the best treatments. This conference is appropriate for parents of
children diagnosed with autism, Lyme disease , add/adhd, asperger's syndrome or
adults with Lyme disease."
Heal Lyme Conference
On June 23 and 24, 2007, the Hope to
Heal Lyme Conference will be taking place in Herndon, VA, at the Hyatt Dulles
Hotel. This annual conference has been a tremendous success in the past and has
brought together patients and physicians from all around the globe. Last year
more than 300 people attended.
This year's event will feature Dr. Steve Bock, Dr. Joseph Burrascano, Jr.,
Dr. Amy Derksen, Dr. Sarah Fletcher, Dr. Mark Garzon, Dr. Joseph Jemsek, Rita
Losee, ScD, RN, Dr. Ken Singleton, and many more experts.
I highly encourage you to attend if possible. To learn more about the
conference, visit http://www.hopetoheallyme.com/.
am impressed with the new Public Health Alert
miss this printed, monthly resource
Everyone who knows anything about Lyme Disease will
agree that there is a shortage of accurate, valuable, and articulate printed
materials on the subject of Lyme Disease. That is now changing - with the
introduction of the printed, monthly Public Health Alert Newsletter. Editor Dawn
Irons has succeeded in producing a quality, useful publication, with writers and
contributors ranging from doctors to patients to teenagers afflicted with Lyme
Do not miss the new Public Health Alert Newsletter, which is available FREE
you realize how important it is to avoid steroid drugs?Just
a reminder from Lymebook.com
Steroid drugs (such as
anti-inflammatory injections, steroid inhalers, eye drops, or cream) can cause
severe worsening of Lyme Disease. Steroids basically disable the immune system
and allow Lyme bacteria to reproduce and spread unchecked. It is absolutely
critical for Lyme sufferers to stay away from any drug which contains steroid
ingredients. Joseph Burrascano, M.D., one of the nations leading Lyme Literate
Medical Doctors (LLMDs), notes that steroid drugs can cause "permanent damage in
people suffering from Lyme Disease."
We were reminded of the importance of this subject when we saw the following
message from a Lyme sufferer who unwittingly took steroids. Here is her story
and the devastation that occurred:
"I've had Lyme for years but it was under control (which is to
say I was functioning and had a life) until I had a steroid injection for severe
low back pain in September. The Lyme went crazy and I've been housebound and
largely incapacitated ever since. I will avoid steroids like the
This was posted to the Lyme-and-rife
Group on May 30, 2007. I hope you, as a Lyme sufferer, now realize the
importance of completely avoiding steroid-type drugs.
The Lymebook.com staff hopes that this newsletter
has been helpful and informative. Don't worry, we do not send out regular
weekly or monthly newsletters. Instead, we plan to only send a newsletter when
something significant happens, which should be about 3-5 times per year. If you
have any questions about our newsletter or products, feel free to call us at
(801) 925-2411. Until Next Time!
Bryan Rosner and the Lymebook.com Staff
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