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What is Die Off, Herxheimer reaction, or Herxing?

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In this Vlogosode Dr. Gerstmar discusses: -What die-off is and why it happens -Why it's called Herxheimer -What type or symptoms die-off causes -How long it lasts -How to tell if it's a real die-off reaction or something else To get the FREE Guide to Comprehensive Gut Treatment click HERE: https://bit.ly/2JicRfL At Aspire Natural Health we are experts at treating digestive issues, and autoimmune diseases. If you'd like help, please reach out for a no-obligation discovery chat of whether we're the right fit for you at 425-202-7849 or info@aspirenaturalhealth.com For more info on DrG and the team at Aspire Natural Health (ANH) go to www.aspirenaturalhealth.com or www.fb.com/aspirenaturalhealth
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DuderofDudeness (3 days ago)
Most information here is good but chronic die off symptoms can occur if a person has a severe overgrowth of gram negative bacteria
daizee106 (5 months ago)
I am treating myself for lyme disease and having some of these reactions
Liam Brereton (20 days ago)
Cannabis oil kills Lyme's. +daizee106
daizee106 (5 months ago)
I will and I thank you for your timely response. I am not sure what kind of practitioner to seek out, as the drs here are taught to lie and say they do not see this disease in my part of the country. I am desperately trying to cure myself and I am thinking of trying turpentine. Have you heard anything about this treatment? My grandmother used it on us when I was a kid and I know all the negative things the docs put out about it are untrue. it is folk medicine and works for parasites, I thought what the heck it just might work. then I started seeing a lot of people on youtube using it and I think it just might work
Aspire Natural Health (5 months ago)
Hi daizee106. Very common with Lyme disease. Lyme can be very tricky, so keep up the good work, but if you find yourself stuck then be sure to seek out a good practitioner. It may not be for you, but I recommend you check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/aspirenaturalhealth as we post loads of good stuff over there. Regards, Dr. Tim Gerstmar

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