[Real Talk] New Johns Hopkins In Vitro Study: 5 Herbs that Can Kill Babesia
I’m always about informed choice.
A few points for consideration:
- In vitro studies are helpful but do not necessarily equate out the same in the human body. They need to now study these herbs in the human body or in vivo.
- They did a similar in vitro study with stevia and headlines essentially read, “Stevia cures Lyme,” which is not true at all. While some doctors have found it helps break up biofilm, it certainly isn’t curative.
- I’ve taken every single herb mentioned in this article with ZERO effect. I never herxed on any of them and that was my test to whether something worked or not. I realize that may be an accurate test but I needed a goal-post to make informed decisions and it was my goalpost.
- I write about Babesia treatment here, and include what my husband and I successfully used which so far has worked beautifully. We do not have ANY remaining Babesia symptoms. I fully realize these organisms can sequester in tissues and remain dormant, but in the case of Babesia, Dr. Horowitz has stated he believes it can be cured, and has seen this occur clinically, but that it’s one of the most tenacious co-infections he sees and requires 9-12 months of persistent treatment.
- Lastly, while I appreciate Dr. Rawl’s information, please remember he’s in the business of selling an herbal treatment for Lyme/MSIDS. Food for thought.