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This extraordinary herbal combination demonstrates the exceptional ability to combat Borrelia in its various stages. Liposomal formulation offers unparalleled bioavailability and the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier. Unlock the natural power with our specialized herbal formulas, crafted from extensive research and traditional practices.

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Stephen Harrod Buhner, the renowned herbalist and author, has made significant contributions to the field of herbal medicine, particularly with his groundbreaking work on Lyme disease and co-infections. Buhner’s approach to healing is deeply rooted in traditional knowledge, blending the wisdom of ancient herbal traditions with modern scientific research to create innovative and effective protocols. Buhner’s passion for understanding the intricate connections between plants and human health has led him to explore the complex interplay between herbs and the human body, resulting in protocols that have helped countless individuals reclaim their health and well-being.

Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) demonstrates potent antimicrobial activity against both growing and stationary phase Borrelia burgdorferi, the causative agent of Lyme disease. Japanese knotweed extract exhibited strong efficacy, surpassing conventional antibiotics1.

Japanese knotweed extract demonstrated superior antimicrobial activity against drug-resistant pathogens, showing a broad spectrum of inhibition and bacteria cell membrane integrity damage2.

Polygonum cuspidatum (Japanese knotweed) is a versatile medicinal herb with proven therapeutic effects, including antiviral, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and cardioprotective properties3.

Andrographis paniculata, commonly known as “King of the bitters,” has been traditionally used for its immune-enhancing properties, often incorporated into herbal remedies to boost the body’s natural defense mechanisms. Its active compounds, such as andrographolide, exhibit potent antibacterial effects, making it valuable in combating various bacterial infections. Additionally, Andrographis has demonstrated antiparasitic potential, which can be particularly beneficial in addressing parasitic diseases4.

Cat’s claw, or Uncaria tomentosa, exhibits anti-borrelial effects. Its documented neuroprotective and immune-enhancing properties offer valuable support for individuals dealing with this complex and challenging condition. Its established safety record and low incidence of side effects highlight its value to assist individuals dealing with Lyme disease1.

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Harness the cutting-edge advantages of liposomal formulation of this time-proven herbal combination.

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Sources

1. Evaluation of Natural and Botanical Medicines for Activity Against Growing and Non-growing Forms of B. burgdorferi.
[Pubmed]

2. Antibacterial Activities and Antibacterial Mechanism of Polygonum cuspidatum Extracts against Nosocomial Drug-Resistant Pathogens.
[Pubmed]

3. A Review of the Pharmacological Effects of the Dried Root of Polygonum cuspidatum and Its Constituents.
[Hindawi]

4. Andrographis paniculata: An Updated Review of Phytochemistry, Antimicrobial Pharmacology, and Clinical Safety and Efficacy.
[MDPI]

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