A tool kit to support both practitioners and the lay person in reducing Lyme symptoms and improving well-being by using medicinal plants.
Using a wealth of well researched and in-depth information, recipes, and methods of monitoring progress, this book will help improve well-being for sufferers of Lyme disease. Through the lenses of herbal medicine and nutritional guidance, this book will provide a comprehensive understanding of Lyme disease and it's co-infections. Patients and practitioners have found it difficult to obtain reliable and effective information, test results and treatment.
This book aims to address these challenges, explaining the complexity of Lyme disease and how to support people going through this multi-system illness.
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“A remarkable book from a very experienced and deeply committed herbal practitioner, 'Lost in Lyme' is packed with pragmatic help for those whose health has been changed by Lyme disease. This is such a practical book, so needed, whether for practitioners or patients, and includes a gloriously detailed ‘plant profiles’ section on beneficial herbal medicines that can be of great value to helping recovery.”
“An important book on a subject of growing importance for therapists and the general public. Packed with practical suggestions as well as some great recipes this book provides an in-depth introduction to the disease, as well as to mainstream diagnosis and treatment and the natural approaches."
“Impressive book amazing achievement! As a medical doctor with many years of experience in diagnosing and treating patients with Lyme disease, I am delighted to recommend Julia’s valuable insights and contribution to this under-recognised and under-treated condition without a moment’s hesitation.”
“Lyme disease may be easy to catch but can be very difficult to diagnose and treat. The book’s accessible format is ideal for patients looking for advice, while its in-depth discussion of all aspects of the disease will be appreciated by professionals.”