Supplement List

Please be aware that no claims are being made as to how any of the following products/supplements may or may not help you and your unique case. I have listed the products/supplements below due to my personal experience and the following list of products/supplements is not an endorsement of any specific product/supplement.

I try to always get Freeda Vitamins, Solgar or NOW Foods vitamin brands as they typically have the fewest excipients in their products (excipients, or fillers, are those substances added to the supplements, e.g. silica and magnesium stearate, in order to add the proper consistency to or form of a supplement or drug). By choosing brands that use fewer excipients, you are getting a purer product and you also lessen the amount of things you may react adversely to – even though excipients are supposed to be inert, some people do react to them; I’m one of them!

Grapefruit Seed Extract (liquid) – Nutribiotic brand. 3 drops in 4 oz. of water 3 x day. You MUST stir the water for 2 minutes before drinking as otherwise the liquid grapefruit seed extract will stick to the glass and you will not be getting much of it.

Nystatin (powder form – need a prescription from your doctor for this) – I take one ’00’ sized filled veggie capsule 3 times a day with food. I keep the Nystatin in the freezer.

Curcumin (NowFoods brand): 1 capsule 2-3 x day

Mega Green Tea Extract (LifeExtension brand): 1 capsule 1 or 2 x day

Rosmarinic Acid (LifeExtension brand): 1 capsule 1-2 x day

Selenium (NOW foods 200mcg VCaps- Vegicaps) 200mcg 1x day Critical: You must take selenium first thing in the morning with some water and then wait at least 15 minutes before you eat or drink anything or else you may not absorb much of it. Selenium is needed for proper thyroid functioning and it is also the precursor to glutathione which is what your body uses to detoxify the “bad guys” – toxins, heavy metals such as mercury. There is much published on the protective nature Selenium has against cancer. You should never take more than 200mcg of Selenium a day in supplement form as that could lead to selenium toxicity. Read Part 2 of my post on Lyme disease and mercury poisoning where I discuss titrating liquid selenium (Allergy Research Group brand) – liquid selenium is the ideal form to take selenium in as it is easier to absorb. As I discuss in my post about mercury poisoning, some people may not tolerate supplementing with selenium initially, or may only tolerate a small amount, but by titrating the selenium (building up the dose slowly) they come to tolerate larger doses and often see improvements in their health for different reasons which I discuss such as how oftentimes, those that do not tolerate the liquid selenium, or can only tolerate small amounts, are those individuals that need it the most.

Zinc gluconate (Freeda 15mg tablets) 45mg 1x day
Zinc can be beneficial in treating or preventing viruses and other infections as it helps to activate T-cells.
Vitamin A (Solgar 5,000 iu tablets) 5,000 iu 1x day (vitamin A is fat-soluble so you need to eat something with fat when you take it)

Vitamin D3 (Solgar 600 iu VCaps) 600iu 2 x day (vitamin D is fat-soluble so you need to eat something with fat when you take it)

Many people with Lyme and other illnesses, even those who are looking to prevent illnesses, are taking between 3,000 and 5,000 iu a day of vitamin D3, others less. “Researchers found that immune systems’ killer cells, known as T cells, rely on vitamin D to become active and remain dormant and unaware of the possibility of threat from an infection or pathogen if vitamin D is lacking in the blood.”

B supplements are important in helping protect your liver from toxins and can aid in increasing your energy. You need to take the B vitamins together:

B1 (thiamine) (Freeda 50mg tablets) 25mg 1x day (you can work up to 50mg 3 x day)
B2 (riboflavin) (Freeda 50mg tablets) 25mg 1x day (you can work up to 50mg 3 x day)
Niacin (Freeda 100mg tablets) 50mg 1x day (you can work up to 50mg 3 x day)
B6 (Freeda 50mg tablets) 1 tablet 1 x day (some people don’t break down B6 properly and so they need to take P5P (Klaire Labs 30mg VCaps – the label says 50mg but it is 30mg of P5P in the capsules sot it is the right one to get) 30mg 2x day If you take the B6, you can work up to 50mg 3 x day.

Folic Acid (Freeda 400mcg tablets) 400mcg 2 x day (you can work up to 400mcg 3 x day)

B12 (Solgar 100mcg tablets) 100mg 3x day
NOTE: You must supplement with both B12 AND Folic Acid as they work together. Those with a history of cancer should speak with their doctor before supplementing with Folic acid.

Magnesium gluconate (Freeda 110 mg tablets) 5 tablets 3 x day. You may want to try larger doses until you reach toxicity (diarrhea is the indicator that you are taking more magnesium than you can handle) and then back up the dose slightly.

Calcium gluconate (Freeda 300 mg tablets) 4 tablets 3 x day

Vitamin C (Solgar powder) 1/8 tsp 1 x day

Iron (Ferrous Fumarate) (Freeda brand 29mg tablets) – 1 tablet 2 x day

Some people have found that supplementing with Aloe vera has helped them much as Aloe is believed to have an anti-inflammatory effect, among other things. I did try Aloe vera juice and noticed a very light improvement in the brain fog I have daily and the throbbing migraine-like sensation in my head. As well, I did feel like it initially gave me slightly more energy. Lily of the Desert makes a great preservative-free organic Aloe Vera juice that comes in a glass bottle, and that is what I used. The suggested amount is 2oz. per serving or as needed. Aloe vera is also available as a supplement in Vegicaps – Solgar makes a great Aloe vera supplement. Note that it may take at least 5 days to notice any benefit if you are to see one, as that is how long it can take to curb the inflammatory response. Since Lyme disease is largely a multi-system inflammatory disease, and since I have read some other Lymies talking about how they felt it helped a bit, you may just want to try it.

Sites I usually order supplements from because of their prices and customer service:

Freeda Vitamins
Total Discount Vitamins
iHerb: Jason – a fellow “Lymie” – was kind enough to share that you can get $5 off your first purchase through iHerb if you you use the code AHI823
LuckyVitamin: If you order any Solgar brand vitamins from here, you get free shipping!
Willner Chemists

Supplements you may want to consider as many people find them to be beneficial:
CoQ10 – never take this when on the antibiotic Mepron for Lyme and/or Babesia.


41 comments for “Supplement List

  1. Joey Rogers
    July 8, 2011 at 7:50 pm

    Have you heard anything about the supplements; Cumanda, and Samento? My wifes is trying them, and they seem to bring out a herx reaction a lot.

    • Danielle
      July 8, 2011 at 8:46 pm

      Hi, Yes I have heard some people have found those herbs to be very beneficial and also that they can produce a very strong herx reaction. There is another herb that a lot of people use in concert with those two called banderol. Studies done by Dr. Evi Sapi – one of the top Lyme disease researchers – showed the effectiveness of samento and banderol against the Lyme spirochete. The study was called “In Vitro Effectiveness of Samento and Banderol Herbal Extracts on the Different Morphological Forms of Borrelia Burgdorferi.” It was conducted by Akshita Datar, Navroop Kaur, Seema Patel, David F. Luecke, and Eva Sapi, PhD of the Lyme Disease Research Group, University of New Haven. Here are some articles for you to read…

      • August 2, 2014 at 5:38 pm

        Hi Robin,I have just read Blood Brother, which is the first book of yours that I have read. I have had it on my bookshelf for some time but only pieckd it up after watching the first episode of Bad Blood on Australian Story 3 weeks ago. I couldn’t put the book down and loved the way you tell the story and the interesting facts and reactions from your personal experience of being involved with the main players and the case through the courts and your interviews.I was curious to know what you thought of Australian Story and whether you had a chance to read the guest book entries. It certainly generated a lot of comment for both sides. Personally from what I have seen and read, I think Jeffrey Gilham’s support group are naive and immoral. They all could not possibly consider he is innocent but merely trying to appeal on a technicality out of some moral obligation to his wife and children. It’s almost as if the dead victims lives don’t count anymore!Anyway, the case has been on my mind and I have been enjoying hashing it over with my mum who also enjoyed the book and read it in a weekend straight after me. One thing that occurred to me that I don’t remember coming up, though it may have in all the evidence that went for days, is the timing of the killings. Isn’t it a bit odd to try and murder someone violently in the quietest part of the morning? It is my opinion that Jeffrey waited until his brother was in the shower downstairs before murdering his parents as it is very unlikely that you would hear anything in a shower downstairs in a brick house. The length of time a normal person would take in a shower (5mins) should be enough to get the noisy part out of the way. I would have thought it was extremely feasible for a 25 year old Chris to have sat up late playing computer games or watching TV before going to bed on a Friday evening. I don’t think he had any particular commitments on the Saturday. I know Jeffrey’s personal hygiene habits were brought up but what about Chris? Surely his girlfriend would have know whether he a) showered before he went to bed and b) slept in the nude. I think he stepped out of the shower, put on a robe and was heading straight for bed when he was attacked by Jeffrey who had already murdered his parents upstairs. I think it is also likely that Chris left his glasses on the shelf in the bathroom while showering but did not need to retrieve them as he was going straight to bed. Probably not going to read a book at that time of night. I wouldn’t be having a shower at that time of night but I wouldn’t be surprised if they both were in the habit of showering before they went to bed because from what we understand of Helen’s character, I would say she was an absolute stickler from a young age about them being clean to get into bed and it may be a habit that stayed with them, at least especially while they were living under her roof. Which probably suited them both well, as long as they were prepared to abide by her rules. Fair enough too!Would be interested to hear your thoughts about the Australian Story programme, the upcoming appeal and whether anything like the scenario I have outlined was brought up. Thanks and regards,Helen Hinwood

      • August 3, 2014 at 10:19 am

        Hi Deb,Nancy here (Dan’s wife and keeper of the ientrnet). We would love to hook up with you-Dan’s Old Lyme show is running until May 14th, and he also has other work there that is up from month to month. And he also has work at Artisans Harbor in Old Saybrook. If you would like to get together at the gallery, let us know and we will coordinate times. I will let Dan know that you wrote and like his work-he likes when people like his stuff. He really turned out to be very talented. Deb, where do you live? Dan had work at the Riverhouse for several years-is that where you saw it. He did a commission piece for them. Have a good one and thank you for writing-muchly appreciated.

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  2. Barbara Hively
    December 15, 2011 at 6:53 pm

    I also have Lyme Disease and have tried everything immaginable… antibiotics, IV’s, natural herbs, etc. I order a lot of supplements from The prices and variety are great!

    • Danielle
      December 16, 2011 at 11:26 am

      Definitely! Hope some of the supplements are making a positive difference for you 🙂

    • August 2, 2014 at 9:22 pm

      Hi Robin,Thanks for contacting me, sorry about my inpmtcleoe comment Iwas in the process of writing it, when I must have sent it by mistake.I have read a few of your books, and they all have left me with asense that justice has missed its mark. In particular, I feel that Murdoch’sconviction of the murder of Falconio was unsafe and am disappointed thatthe system seems to have locked its doors in that case.On the other hand, the Jeffrey Gilham case seems to be getting anappropriate level of review. I have yet to read your book (Blood Brother), but I am of the view that the account of events given by Jeffrey Gilham does not stack up. A main reason for the overturning of the conviction of Gilham, namely the incorrect assessment of the meaning of the levels of CO in Christopher Gilham’s blood, does not itself mean J Gilham could not have been a perpetrator; there are a number of plausible scenarios whereby significant levels of CO could have built up in the victims’ blood that would not exclude Jeffrey Gilham as a murder suspect. I also believe that the photo of the bloody thumb/finger print on the intercom panel above Mrs Gilham’s body could actually be helpful in support of a prosecution case against J. Gilham. There are many aspects of this case that are worrying in terms of the manner in which police managed the crime scene, as well as forensic evidence associated with the case. I am pretty sure that, if the prosecution does not proceed with murder charges against Gilham, another (coronial?) inquiry will be undertaken as to the possible guilt of Christopher Gilham. As it stands, the evidence is inconclusive and so, I suspect, an open finding would result.I’m not in any way associated with the case, just a private citizen with an inquiring mind and, I believe, a higher than average level of tenacity. I would really like to see the Murdoch conviction looked at critically, at the same level as that of Gilham’s. The two men’s images and support base are so different that it is difficult not to reach the assumption that this played a significant part in how the appeals process panned out in each case. If that is so, then this is more evidence that justice is much more political than it should be.Regards,Simon

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  3. JasonMChicago
    January 24, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    I take most of these too. I also take things for thyroid help (Spectra 303), oxygen (Cell Food), and lots of b vitamins for adrenal fatigue. Infact I shop so much at that they gave me my own discount code to share with others $5 off first purchase if you you use code AHI823. Sorry not trying to spam but these things add up quickly!

    • Danielle
      January 24, 2012 at 7:13 pm

      Hey Jason, that’s awesome.

      Have heard of cell food; I am going to order it now – thank you for sharing.

      I will add your code above too if you don’t mind?


      • Cara
        August 10, 2012 at 9:10 am

        I have a herx when I use cell food, which is a good thing. Just wanted to warn you.

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  4. Christine
    February 14, 2012 at 10:43 pm

    Hi Danielle,

    I plan to follow your progress in the next few years, especially to see how the gb 4000 seems to be working for you, because I hope to use one or a doug coil someday. Thank you for sharing your experiences. It helps all of us.

    Do you use Colloidal Silver? I didn’t see it listed in your supplements and I am wondering why not.

    • Danielle
      February 15, 2012 at 11:50 am

      Hi Christine!
      Glad you are finding the site helpful. The Doug Coil definitely has a lot of positive feedback and some people are using both that and the GB4000 as experimental therapy for Lyme and co. If the GB4000 doesn’t prove to be the ultimate solution, I am going to look into getting a Doug Coil myself.

      I do not use colloidal silver as I was concerned about the possibility of my skin turning blue permanently – although rare, this has happened to those ingesting colloidal silver.

      I know many say it has helped them, but I am just not prepared to take the risk!

      Wishing you the best in health,

      • August 2, 2014 at 9:16 pm

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  5. JasonMChicago
    April 15, 2012 at 2:56 am

    Besides time… what are people’s favorite ways to lessen the “herx reaction”? Any supplements, concoctions, herbs, vitamins, etc. that may help. I don’t get bad herxing anymore but here and there when I do a little “too much” then I have a bad day. I usually pull back the next day and I’m fine… but wanted to see if there’s something besides “time.”

    Any thoughts?

    • Cara
      August 10, 2012 at 9:14 am

      So happy for you that you have your Lyme under such good control. I just had a horrible herx after starting a round of three antibiotics. A colonic helped me the most. I also take lots of anioxidants.

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    August 21, 2012 at 11:56 am

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    • August 2, 2014 at 6:27 am

      or implied, in my book and the hudrdens of interviews I have done about this case, that Peter Falconio is alive. I certainly think he is dead.I have often stated that for the police to draw a long bow about the means of his death (.22 pistol) and the way he died (shot in the head) are speculative and not able to be substantiated. There is no body, no weapon, no cause of death and no witness to this alleged shooting. Therefore the police version is speculative.During my investigations over two years of writing Dead Centre and since, I have found few facts’ that support Joanne Lees’s story. This search for the truth was made more difficult as she changed aspects of the story quite often- giving seven different descriptions of the gunman’s dog, for example, none of which looked like Murdoch’s dog. The most amazing change was that she had always said, in statements and under oath at the committal, that she was put into the passenger seat of the gunman’s car and then while he was otherwise occupied, she wriggled through the space between the seats, dropped down from the tailgate and ran off into the bush. She said she could hear the man behind her’. However upon being told the police had personally investigated over 4000 4WD white vehicles around Australia and found NOT ONE with a crawl-through space, her story to the jury went:’It’s a possibility that the man lifted the flap where he got the bag out [on the rear tray of the vehicle] and I was put in there.’ This evidence did away with the need for a crawl-through between the seats, which the jury never heard.Re the bush density. I have been to that exact spot. It is scrubby mulga, spinifex grass and fallen branches from the mulga. There is no undergrowth except the spinifex grass.There is also a strong cattle-proof fence running 50m in from and parallel to, the highway. If Joanne could indeed hear the man behind her’, as soon as she crouched under her bush he also would have heard immediately that she had stopped running and would be able to pinpoint her position in minutes. If by some chance an experienced bushman failed to do that, he could have just kept walking towards the sound and if he passed her (as she said he did) he would have encountered the fence in about ten strides, turned back, quartered the area he last heard her and found her within 10 minutes. As my gunman’ did when we re-aenacted her exact description of the events (same time, place and time 2 years later) she said occurred on that night.As to her injuries: The highway is paved with very sharp blue metal, not bitumen. Joanne had gravel scratches on her knees and elbows. No other injuries. I have the police photos taken at Barrow Creek. Dr Matthew Wright, who examined her at Alice Springs hospital the next day gave evidence from the notes he took on that examination that a couple of small lacerations were dressed’. She made no mention of being hit in the temple and he did not observe any injuries other than the elbow and knee lacerations. As Murdoch told me, If I’d punched her in the head I would have broken her jaw’. I believed him.Various statements were made to me about Joanne’s state of mind at the time,including from profilers employed by the NT police, various police officers who’d spent time with Joanne, her former boss in Sydney, to name a few. The only ones I quoted were given by a police detective trained in psychology who spent dozens of hours with Joanne, probing the inaccuracies in her story; the hypnotist who is a qualified psychologist who conducted two sessions with Joanne on behalf of the NT police and when I told her I had a copy of her report to the police on those sessions agreed to let me quote her; and the opinion of a senior member of the NSW university psychology teaching staff, who was asked by the NT police to provide an opinion on Joanne’s demeanour during the famous interview she did with Martin Bashir on British TV. The police were willing to seek this opinion and I subsequently interviewed this woman, who expanded on her views to me. It is common practice for highly qualified people who know about human behaviour to view police interviews etc. to give an opinion. I also found a psychologist/grief counsellor who interviewed Paul Falconio and Joanne after they returned from Alice Springs to Sydney. His professional opinion agreed with the other three I quoted in my book, but I did not include it.I have made no observations of my own about any disorders Joanne may or may not have. I saw her recently on the tenth anniversary of Peter’s disappearance, being chased by TV cameras in the UK. She looked pretty sad to me. I’m sure the incident at Barrow Creek, whatever happened, has ruined her life. I hope that’s not a silly comment!.All the best,Robin

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    September 22, 2012 at 12:48 am

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  8. Missy
    October 15, 2012 at 9:11 pm

    Any suggestions regarding supplements that would be effective for increasing appetite and regulating digestion and bowel movements?

    • August 1, 2014 at 10:45 am

      Hi Jenna, Have had Lyme over 15 years with Babesia and Bartonella Co=infections. Thanks to Doc Buhner’s book . I tell everyone I know w Lyme to use it . I am still imivropng 4-5 years into the process. Any setbacks have been due to re=infection I’m sure since I’m on Cape Cod a lot and even with great precautions one can get bitten here. (This time it was fleas from the cat) Thanks to the Sage I know what to do and get my herbs fired up. Be well. I’ll be in touch, and thanks for helping to save my life Stephen. My Best, Martha

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  9. February 27, 2014 at 12:25 am

    Hi Danielle,

    I appreciate you sharing your experience in detail. It is my experience that the Herxheimer effect is a lie perpetuated by those who do not understand the lack of cell mediated responses to clean up endotoxins and other debris. Ray Peat has some interesting insights on what to do. Personally, I use psyllium and coconut charcoal. Please be aware that Lyme was bioengineered to metabolize magnesium instead of iron like most bacteria. Lyme also has the ability to transform vitamin D into an immune suppressant. Also the use of antibiotics simply takes off the cell wall making them into L-forms that can now navigate intra and intercellular spaces that they could not before. The immune system can no longer recognize them until they regain their antigenic coat. This is why some folks think they have gone into remission when the antibiotics have simply created a more insidious form of the disease. I will be happy to share the investigations by my email list members on these matters to anyone who wants to contact me.

    • linda r
      May 11, 2014 at 6:41 am

      i’d like to know more, from research u are right on. linda r. i’ve had lymes for 9 months doctor gave me 10 days of penicillin the day i was bit by the tick and then brushed it off. 4 months later diagnosed with chronic lymes by a naturopath trained person using biofeedback testing. i’ve only done natural treatment and would like to try rife treatment 4000) AND maybe the salt vitamin c cure. thanks for any info.

    • August 1, 2014 at 5:53 pm

      I’ve been taking large amuotns of Omega-3 for over 5 years to lower my tryglycerides it worked.I was just diagnosed with prostate cancer. Gleason score 3+3=6 in one of the biopsy cores. I’m 58.Do I stop witht he vitamin E?

    • Montse
      May 10, 2015 at 6:24 pm

      Hello Patrik, I totally agree with what you say. It has happened to me, after 10 months of antibiotic treatment appears that I am cured, my high … etc CD57. But I have neurological symptoms, the spinal discs degraded and many more. In microscope analysis it has left me very intracellular Borrelia. I’m interested in hearing your conclusions and if you have some remedy.
      Thank you very much. I am a girl of Barcelona.

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