How to cure Lyme disease with herbal medicines
In India, the country with the highest number of Lyme disease cases in the world, people are often told to avoid taking Lyme-causing drugs because they are associated with a high incidence of side effects.
It’s not just the people who are suffering, but also the health care professionals who need to take these precautions.
The Indian government has been trying to change the situation, and recently made it mandatory for all doctors to have an immunoglobulin (Ig) test for Lyme disease, and for people to be vaccinated.
“There are some people who don’t want to take the drugs, and they are told to take herbal medicines,” said Dr Suresh Chandra, the chairman of the Lyme disease board at the Bombay Medical College and Health Sciences Society.
“If we get the chance, we will start taking these herbs.”
I’m a practitioner, not a politician’Dr Chandra says there are some patients in the country who are willing to take herbs, but are afraid of being tested.
“The problem is, a lot of people in India are not aware of what medicines are really effective for Lyme, or that they don’t have to be taken with any antibiotics,” he said.
“People are scared, and so they are going to get sick.”
Dr Chandra said that a study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine found that around 60% of people tested were not taking the drugs recommended.
So what are the main herbal remedies for Lyme?
Dr Chandra’s recommendations are to use a mixture of herbal herbs that have been tested for safety, and to take them in doses of one to two tablets per day.
“We know there is no safe dose,” he says.
“In the last 10 years, we have developed more tests for the drugs and more testing.
But we still have a long way to go.”
What is Lyme?
Lorcoma is a chronic inflammatory condition that can lead to chronic fatigue and loss of muscle mass.
It is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi.
It attacks the nervous system, leading to fatigue and muscle pain, and can also cause arthritis and other joint and joint conditions.
People with Lyme disease have a high prevalence of autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.
“Lor-Coma is the most prevalent autoimmune disease in the developed world.
Around 80% of all people with Lyme are diagnosed with the disease, which affects around 1 in 4 of the global population,” said Suresha Sharma, professor of infectious diseases at the University of California, Davis.”
People are not always aware of the risk of taking these drugs, because they think it is an overused drug.
It doesn’t work and you are not getting the results you want.
But these are the best medicines available, they are safe, and there are many who are taking them.”
Dr Sharma is the chief of the division of infectious disease and infectious diseases, at the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
She said the herbal medicines are available at many health centres, and doctors are testing them in their practices.
“There is an urgent need to develop better test methods and methods for monitoring the efficacy of herbal medicines for Lyme,” she said.
According to the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Association, there are approximately 2,000 Lyme-related deaths in the US.
Dr Chandra, who also serves as the director of the Indian National Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (INDC), says the main reason for the lack of effective tests is that people in the health system are not being properly trained on how to properly administer these drugs.
“It is difficult for the healthcare staff to monitor the effectiveness of these medicines because they do not understand the science of how these drugs work,” he told NDTV.
“It is the job of doctors to give us guidance and advice on how we should administer these medicines, but there is not enough guidance.”
What do the experts say?
India is one of the biggest market for Lyme medicine in the World.
It accounts for nearly 80% share of the world market, according to the World Health Organization.
Dr Rao Gupta, director of clinical immunology at INDC, said there is a shortage of experts in India, and many have not been trained in the use of Lyme drugs.
He added that doctors in India need to be more informed about the symptoms of Lyme and its possible complications, including death.
He said there are a few herbal medicines that are safe and effective for people with chronic Lyme disease.
India’s national drug strategy is set to be released in April, and Dr Gupta said that it will include guidelines for the use and prescribing of herbal medicine in India.