Dr. Cindee Gardner On Treating Lyme Disease Naturally and Effectively

Treating Lyme Disease Naturally and Effectively! (Revised 2012) by Dr. Cindee Gardner Ph.D., HD (R.Hom.), D.Hom., C.Hom.

Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease and, in general, is
one of the fastest growing infectious diseases today. The CDC reports
approximately 10,000 new cases per year but we believe that that
number is actually closer to 250,000 new cases. What may not be as
well known is that it can be transmitted through other means as well,
including breast milk, semen, tears, saliva, and bites from mosquitoes
and mites.

Lyme disease got its name from a town in Connecticut where physicians
were treating an unusually large number of cases of what was first
thought to be Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Medical investigators
eventually found that the condition was actually caused by a bacterial
infection, Spirochete. Today we know that we are looking at more than
just a simple bacterial disease.

Many Lyme symptoms mimic other diseases, such as MS, Altzheimer’s,
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, ALS (Lou Gerig’s Disease) and
other autoimmune disorders as well as Parkinson’s and many other
ailments, making it difficult to determine whether a patient has Lyme
or another disease. Because of this mimicry, many Lyme patients go
undiagnosed until they are in a more chronic state.

When I wrote my first Lyme article over 11 years ago, there were less
than a handful of practitioners who specialized in the treatment of
Lyme. Today, the Internet is filled with many different opinions and
treatments promising success with various products, expensive gadgets,
“waters,” combination herbs and combination homeopathics. We used
to receive more calls from people at the beginning stages of Lyme
disease. Now people are delaying treatment because of what they find
online. Today, most people who start with us already have spent
thousands of dollars in tests and natural products or repeated
antibiotics before they contact us for help, and they still have the
majority of their symptoms after relapsing before we even begin their
cases.

When a patient exhibits a certain combination of these presenting
symptoms, we automatically assume we’re dealing with Lyme and treat
it as such: Persistent swollen glands, sore throat, fevers, chills,
sore soles, especially in the morning, joint pain and/or swelling in
fingers, toes, ankles, wrists, knees, elbows, hips, shoulders,
numbness in the arms and/or legs, unexplained back pain, stiffness of
the joints and back, muscle pain and cramps, obvious muscle weakness,
twitching of the face or other muscles, confusion, difficulty
thinking, difficulty with concentration, focus and reading, problem
absorbing new information, searching for words and names,
forgetfulness, poor short term memory, poor attention, disorientation:
getting lost, going to wrong places, speech errors, such as wrong
words or misspeaking, mood swings, irritability, depression, anxiety,
panic attacks, psychosis (hallucinations, delusions), paranoia,
bipolar, tremor, seizures, headaches, light and sound sensitivity,
double, or blurry vision with floaters, ear pain, hearing problems,
such as buzzing, ringing or decreased hearing, increased motion
sickness, vertigo, spinning, off balance, “tippy” feeling,
lightheadedness, wooziness, unavoidable need to sit or lie, fainting,
flu-like feeling, tingling, numbness, burning or stabbing sensations,
shooting pains, skin hypersensitivity, facial paralysis-Bell’s Palsy,
dental pain, TMJ, neck creaks and cracks, stiffness, neck pain,
fatigue, tiredness, poor stamina, insomnia, fractionated sleep, early
awakening, excessive night time sleep, napping during the day,
unexplained weight gain or loss, unexplained hair loss, pain in
genital area, unexplained menstrual irregularity or milk production,
breast pain, irritable bladder, erectile dysfunction, loss of libido,
queasy stomach, nausea, heartburn, stomach pain, constipation,
diarrhea, constipation alternating with diarrhea, low abdominal pain,
cramps, heart murmur or valve prolapse, heart palpitations or skips,
“Heart block” on EKG, chest wall pain or sore ribs, head
congestion, breathlessness, “air hunger,” unexplained chronic
cough, night sweats, exaggerated symptoms or worse hangover from
alcohol, skin rashes, conjunctivitis (pinkeye), herpes,
Zoster/Shingles.

It is confusing because a Lyme sufferer may not display the telltale
rash (erythema migrans), a painless, “ bull’s-eye” shaped blotch
on the skin the size of a silver dollar, or the more diverse larger
rash, or any at all. When the rash is present, there is no doubt that
a person has Lyme. However, the rash is only present in about 50% of
the cases and may take up to 1 month to even appear. To add insult to
injury, many Lyme patients don’t even remember getting bitten as the
nymph is very small (about the size of a poppy seed) and can easily go
unnoticed.

There are mixed opinions about treatments and simply because someone
is listed as a Lyme Literate Dr., it doesn’t necessarily mean that
they do anything different than the conventional Drs. when it comes to
treatment; usually it is antibiotics… although, Lyme Literate Drs.
may recognize the importance of recommending some of the tests and
symptoms involved in the process.

Naturally, there are splits in the orthodox medical community as well
as the alternative community, which have led to divergent diagnoses
and treatment of Lyme disease, with the real loser being the patient
showing Lyme-like symptoms. These patients are often trapped between
opposing medical opinions. Indeed, the severity and treatment of Lyme
disease is often complicated due to late diagnoses, failure of
antibiotic treatment, and immune suppression in the patient (sometimes
resulting from inappropriate treatment with steroids). Often times
this is when people call our office for help. Many of our referrals
are from Lyme Literate Drs. who have come to their limits of what they
can offer their patients.

In addition to late diagnoses, many cases are missed or misdiagnosed
due to inconclusive tests. Although newer research has allowed the
medical community to use more effective tests in determining Lyme
disease (some of the best labs include iGenix and Immunosciences in
California, Fry Labs in Arizona, and Spiro Stat in Texas), the fact
remains that even the best tests miss large percentages of positive
diagnoses. A common test for Lyme disease, the Elisa Test, misses
about 35% of Lyme cases. In addition, the test bans 31 and 34 (based
on the IgG and IgM tests) were very accurate for Lyme, however, they
were removed from the Western Blot test to create a Lyme vaccine
(which turned out to be a failure), leaving the Western Blot a less
effective test than it had been prior. Many of the tests are
expensive, running anywhere from $600-$2000 and may leave a patient
knowing little more than before, or worse, feeling falsely confidant
in a negative diagnosis when in fact they do have Lyme disease. We do
not find these tests to be necessary in order to help a patient to
find relief.

Thankfully, the Homeopathic community remains united over the
treatment of Lyme disease, mainly due to the different philosophy that
homeopaths use to treat disease. Homeopathy is a system of medicine
that diagnoses illness by using the symptoms of a patient to treat the
whole body. In other words, no matter what label the orthodox system
decides to put on a particular collection of symptoms at a particular
time- Lyme disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis,
whatever- the homeopathic response is to treat the whole person, using
the symptoms as the guideposts. That is not to say the orthodox
diagnosis is unimportant; a proper diagnoses can determine which
intercurrent homeopathic nosodes to use as these are made from
molecules of the organism causing the infection, which can be of
help.

Homeopathic treatment should entail well-selected remedies, including
clinical chosen for the patient, intercurrent miasmatic remedies and
acute remedies for side effects and die-off symptoms. These remedies
should be changed according to the patient’s responses. Then once
75% of the symptoms are taken care of and the patients can manage the
acute flair ups (which should lessen in frequency after time as their
health is restored) the Lyme disease is eradicated and their health is
restored. At that point constitutional remedies should be prescribed
at least once a year to maintain the patient’s health.

I wish I could say that using Homeopathy alone would be an effective
treatment, but I have found it to be an excellent treatment to use
along with medicinal herbs (rotated regularly to stop Lyme
adaptation), supportive vitamins, other health enhancing products as
well as adjunct therapies. Using them all together properly can result
in a true cure: a complete restoration of health!

Noteworthy among the other therapies that we use is fever or heat
therapy, which is a method of treatment where a patient raises their
core body temperature to 101.5-102 degrees twice per day for 15 to 20
minutes. By creating an “Artificial Fever,” it has a positive effect
on the immune system. Often misunderstood, fever is a natural healing
response of the body. The function of the immune system is increased
naturally during a fever, while virus and bacterial growth is slowed,
weakening its hold. This helps the body ward off invading organisms.
Patients can accomplish this rise using a sauna, hot tub, steam bath,
or through hot baths with diaphoretic tea. I use a radiant heat sauna
at my home and find it very soothing as an overall detoxification
method. There are portable ones that are affordable to use at home
that can be purchased for under $300.00.

The orthodox response to Lyme disease is to treat an infected person
with a heavy dose of oral antibiotics, such as doxyxycline, axetil,
amoxicillin, and cefuroximine, as well as giving injections of
penicillin and ceftriaxone. Of course – as orthodox treatments are
known to do – those treatments often produce unpleasant side effects,
including nausea, diarrhea, sun sensitivity, vaginal yeast infections,
rash, glossitis, abdominal pain and an eradication of their immune
system. Many patients have explained to me that these types of high
dose antibacterial treatment can be almost as painful as the disease.
Also, because of the aforementioned split in the orthodox medical
system concerning the existence of a chronic form of Lyme disease (I
am certain it exists, by the way) many times a doctor will declare his
patient cured of Lyme disease and then when the same symptoms reappear
a month later re-diagnose the patient with chronic fatigue syndrome.
Many people also find that the heavy use of antibiotics triggers an
autoimmune response, complicating the disease, thus making it hard to
treat. On top of treating the Lyme, you must also deal with the
autoimmune factor as well.

Lyme bugs work hard to protect themselves by existing in a
self-produced matrix. The bugs secrete exopolysaccharides and
exoproteins, effectively creating an armored shell around the
community. Because of these methods, they remain stealth to the immune
system and even antibiotics have a difficult time penetrating. Inside
these shells, called biofilms, the bugs communicate with each other
regarding when to grow. When the community grows large enough, the
biofilm breaks, flooding the system with bugs. There are many natural
supplements that work to break these up, creating movement, including
fish oil, antioxidants, herbal compounds and enzymes. Specific herbs
can reduce the number of colonies and reduce the number of cells
inside the colonies.

In addition to the disease itself, many sufferers of Lyme also have
co-infections, which can cause a lot more problems than the Lyme
itself. Babesia, the most common of the co-infections, is found in
about 66% of Lyme patients. Symptoms of Babesia are usually
neurological in nature, and may include fever, chills, night sweats,
weight loss, numbness, tingling, OCD, anxiety and depression. There
are many herbs that can be effective in the treatment of Lyme/tic
co-infection ailments. A combination of specific herbs has been shown
to help with Babesia. Babesia is a protozoa that feeds on iron and
causes the destruction of red blood cells. One must be careful not to
supplement with iron that cannot be utilized by the body. A proper
intake of the case analysis will allow the practitioner to choose
supplements that can be absorbed and utilized.

Bartonella is another common co-infection that can wreak havoc in a
Lyme patient. Bartonella causes what is referred to as “cat scratch
fever.” It attacks the surface of the gut lining and also causes
skin problems, sharp pains on the soles of the feet, painful
migraines, and the sensation of something crawling under the skin.
Another noteworthy co-infection is Rickettsia, which manifests as
fatigue, anorexia, anemia, fever, chills, headache, muscle pain,
tremors and gut problems. It has a special affinity for the adrenal
glands with a key symptom of adrenal fatigue. Herbal adaptogens chosen
specifically for the patient are crucial to use for immune depletion
along with adrenal building herbs. Natures Folate (not folic acid) and
iron-rich easily absorbable herbs may also be beneficial as well as
nervine herbs, again chosen for the person’s symptoms.

There are any number of additional co-infections, not limited to but
including twenty of newly identified piroplasms, for instance,
Erlichiosis, parasitic mycoplasmas, STARI (still contraversiol) and
tularemia (rabbit fever), as well as multiple parasitic and bacterial
infections which we believe also carry a host of viral cells as well.
Several of the infections such as Ehrlichiosis and Anaplasmosis share
the same symptoms: but may require different herb protocols. Most
individuals with Morgellons disease report disturbing crawling,
stinging, and biting sensations, as well as non-healing skin lesions
as symptoms and require topical remedies as well as internal ones.
There are more and more co-infections that they do not even test for.
This is where the homeopathic remedies shine because we are looking at
the symptoms rather than the name of the disease.

Proper case management is the key to treating Lyme disease
effectively. It is crucial to a rapid and permanent restoration of
health. It involves first, a careful analysis of the progression of
the disease and the patient. A practitioner must not only work on
symptoms and the patient’s state of health at the time of the
consult but follow along one step ahead of the expected pathology,
gently stimulating the person’s vital force and providing
detoxification, while strengthening the patient along the way.

In some cases if the person exhibits a clear pattern by a known tic or
co-infection, or testing reveals a positive band, we may start the
case with a homeopathic nosode culled from a particular tick that the
person contacted. In other cases, we may use one intercurrently when
their immune system can handle it without causing an aggravation.

After that I will use specific remedies that work best in the earlier
stages of the disorder. Some of the Homeopathic Remedies that I have
used successfully in my practice are Sepia, Sulphur, Tellurium, Ledum,
Syphilinum, Carcinocin, Kalmia, Arnica, Rhododendron, Bryonia,
Gelsemium, Rhus Toxicodendron, Arsenicum Album, Apis, Hypericum, Ruta,
Symphytum, Silica, Cimicifuga, Argentum Nitricum, Mercury, Colchicine,
Pulsatilla, Lac Caninium, Glycyrrhiza, Lyssinum, Spilanthes, Ixodes,
Trombidium, Arbuts, Myristica, Carboneum Sulphuricum, Cimex, China,
Psorinum, Toxoplasm, Viscum, Tuberculinum, Natrum Sulphuricum, Candida
Albicans, AIDS nosode, Mezurium, and Thuja, and several different Lyme
nosodes, among other remedies. If the person has previously used
improper doses of the wrong remedies, we may have to start with a
clearing remedy before we can attempt the ones for Lyme. In the later
or chronic stages of Lyme’s disease, I would include (along with the
appropriate nosode therapy mentioned above) a miasmatic remedy to work
through genetic weaknesses, using the health history of the patient as
a guide. Then I would follow that remedy with the remedies that fits
the person’s individual symptoms. I use a more clinical approach
with Lyme, as I find simply using a constitutional remedy has never
been able to keep up with the pathological progression.

When using Homeopathic remedies in conjunction with corresponding herb
combinations, it can greatly accelerate the immune response of a
person infected with Lyme’s disease. Herbs are great at helping the
body keep its terrain less habitable for harmful bacteria and viruses.
Unlike orthodox drugs, that are relatively simple mixtures, herbs
contain hundreds of complex constituents that bacteria and viruses
cannot become easily resistant to. To even further lessen the chance
of the bacteria evolving, I recommend changing the dosages of the
Homeopathics and the herbs on a monthly basis. In many instances this
has accelerated the healing process at a much faster rate than using
the same homeopathic remedies and dosages over an extended period.
Choosing the proper ones and taking a more aggressive approach may be
needed for the patient to see enough results to know that the program
is working and, therefore, to inspire continuation throughout the
entire program for complete healing.

Here are a couple of typical examples of two patients using two
different protocols:

#1 – A male patient, aged 52, who did not have a positive diagnosis
but clearly exhibited many symptoms of chronic Lyme was repertorized
as having Cimicifuga and Arnica as his chief remedies to start the
case for the first two weeks. His next remedy was EBV Nosode for
several days, followed by Gelsemium LMo6 daily for a month. The
homeopathic protocol was then repeated, but he was given Gelsemium
LM12 for the next month. Along with the homeopathics, he was given
several herbal formulas including Ashwangha, Black Cohosh, Wood
Betony, and Kava for symptoms of chronic aching and soreness of the
muscles and nerves. We alternated two Lyme formulas that incorporated
antiviral herbs, as well as some detoxifying NAC to aid the liver, and
R-Fraction Alpha Lipoic Acid to help with the mitochondria. We also
used an essential oil blend topically on the areas where there was
discomfort. He was given several dietary suggestions, including anti
inflammatory, antiviral and antibacterial foods. We adjusted the
remedies a few times and after six months, he was symptom free.

For another patient of mine, female aged 70, who was diagnosed with
Lyme (several bands) and co-infections who also suffered from Bell’s
Palsy as a result of a tick bite, her protocol consisted of the
homeopathic remedy Causticum for symptoms including a history of warts
on the hands and a rheumatic tearing sensation on the limbs combined
with shaking of the forearm. We used a Lyme nosode intercurrently and
followed with Ammonium Phosphoricum as it fit the case after the
Causticum gave only partial relief. Along with several Lyme herbs,
combos which were given in rotation every two weeks, she also received
antispasmodic herbs that included Cimicifuga, Cramp Bark, Melilotis
and Prickly Ash Bark and as the treatment progressed we increased the
dosage of B12 to tolerance levels. We used St. Johns Wort in a
standardized formula and also in a decoction tea, and topically
massaged chamomile essential oil into the neck and spine with several
other detoxification supplements. Her spasms were gone in less than
three months time and the other symptoms of the case also improved
greatly. TMJ, which was a problem of hers before the protocol, was
resolved within a short time.

Each of the two patients above were treated as individuals and their
medical histories were considered as well as the presenting symptoms
of Lyme.

Good dietary changes, stress reduction techniques and any other
therapies that balance or strengthen immune response help us in our
healing journey. For over 25 years, I’ve used a specific aloe
product called Super Aloe Vera Juice (made for Archeus at
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to help rebuild the gut lining. In some cases, I give a pre and
probiotic following antimicrobials. In a full case protocol, we use
immune response modifiers that enhance NK cell activity, phagocytosis,
and reduction of bacterial load. We also use herbs and nutrients that
inhibit the inflammatory cytokine production as well as inhibit
fibrinolytic systems. In addition, we also use topical essential oils
that enter the brain through the nervous system and cross the brain
barrier. It is important to stop the adhesion molecules and prevent
lymphocyte entry into the brain and spinal fluids. Part of the
protocol is designed to cell remodel.

Using a well-balanced approach is crucial to obtaining a permanent
restoration of health. I believe that the body can heal itself of any
disorder if given the proper stimulus. Lyme disease is no exception.
It makes sense to try an approach that will work with your immune
system, like homeopathy, instead of against it. Never settle for being
told that a disease is incurable. Get empowered, and get well!

Please feel free to contact my office if you’d like help treating
yourself, whether you have a specific diagnosis or simply the symptom
picture of Lyme disease.

Homeopathic & Natural Healing Office
Dr. Cindee Gardner
One Monroeville Center
Suite 485
Pittsburgh, PA 15146
phone: 412-646-4151
fax: 866-320-0696
For Information on consultations, please contact the office: office@cindeegardner.com.
If you need immediate assistance for a recent tic bite, please go to
the helpline at www.homeohelpline.com.

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24 comments for “Dr. Cindee Gardner On Treating Lyme Disease Naturally and Effectively

  1. Laurie
    May 1, 2012 at 12:10 pm

    Thankyou for posting this article. I suspect I have generational Lyme, or contracted Borrelia in the mid sixties, with re-infection occuring in later life (known ticks bites). I fully embrace my own concept of “Generational” Borreliosis. (That is my own term and laymans theory that the disease can be ancestral, after my research, and looking at health history within my family, going back to the late 1800s) I agree with the view that antibiotics kill the gut health in addition to killing bacteria, wiping out the good as well as the bad. I experienced a cycle of AB use, all through my childhood..my health issues did not “resolve”, instead they “cycled”.
    This is the first Homeopathic paper in regards to treating Lyme that I’ve read and did so with alot of interest–just wanted to say thankyou for posting it.

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      May 1, 2012 at 2:23 pm

      Hi Laurie,
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      All the best in health,
      Danielle

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    Hello,
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    I read your article and was wondering if I were able to find a homeopathic practitioner here whether you would be able to liaise with that person to help as Lyme is not officially recognized here and therefore very difficult to find health practitioners of any modality with any experience!

    I realize it could be difficult to arrange but of course you would be recompensed!( don’t know if that’s the right word).

    Best wishes,
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      Hi Abigail,

      I am in Western Australia and I am being treated by a doctor in the US working in conjunction with a doctor I have found here. The doctor in the us is not a homeopath but a naturopath. You can contact me if you have any questions.

      Best,
      LML

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