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Lyme Detox Webinar Tonight

Lyme Detox

How to Use Detox as an Effective Tool for Lyme Recovery

  • Wed. Jan. 18, 2023
  • 8 PM EST

Live Webinar + Q&A: Lyme Detox

Chronic Lyme patients know that following the right detoxification plan is vital to supporting the body’s ability to heal and avoiding or minimizing Herxheimer reactions that commonly occur with microbial die-off. But finding the right plan amidst all the products and programs out there can be downright confusing.

So which detox methods are best for removing toxins like mold, heavy metals, and bacterial die-off from the body, and when is the right time to put a Lyme detox protocol into action? 

Join a live webinar with Dr. Bill Rawls, author of the bestselling book Unlocking Lyme, as he shares a practical and sustainable approach to Lyme detox at a cellular and whole-body level. He’ll discuss his insights on the safest and most effective ways to naturally minimize the inflow of toxins, maximize the outflow, and speed your recovery.

PLUS: Don’t miss an exclusive gift for webinar attendees, and have your questions ready for a LIVE Q&A on Lyme detox with Dr. Rawls.

In This Webinar, Dr. Rawls Will Discuss:

*Environmental toxins that can overtax the body

*How MTHFR mutations and other genetic factors inhibit your ability to flush toxins

*Lifestyle and diet changes that enhance your body’s natural detoxification processes

*The best time to detox in order to optimize your Lyme treatment regimen

*The best herbs and natural supplements to increase toxin outflow

*Numerous insights during the live Q&A with Dr. Rawls



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The Power of Food For Pain Relief

Delicious Ways to Reduce Pain

Delicious Ways to Reduce Pain

The Power of Food for Pain Relief

The power of food to prevent and treat disease is vastly underestimated by both patients and physicians. This is no accident. Ever since the passage of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994, it has been a federal crime for food or supplement producers to make any claims about the health benefits of their products. Under the DSHEA, if a health claim is made for a food, that claim classifies it as a drug that requires FDA approval. Offenders can face prison terms equivalent to a life sentence. The sale of the products can be prohibited, and the products can be seized and destroyed. Few, if any, food or supplement producers can afford the hundreds of millions of dollars it costs to get drug approval. When a producer makes health claims for nutritional products, it’s a crime regardless of whether the information is true or is supported by scientific evidence. At the same time, pharmaceutical companies are free to promote their products, leading consumers to believe that the only treatments that are effective are pharmaceuticals.

The truth is that many foods contain powerful, health-enhancing ingredients that are scientifically validated to prevent and treat many chronic health conditions, including chronic pain. And many of these foods are very delicious. You can enhance your health and reduce your pain while enjoying delectable dishes that include cherries, blueberries, chocolate (my personal favorite), salmon and ginger, just to name a few. Read on to learn more. I’ve even included some recipes. (See link for article)



This article brings up an important point many are unaware of: our federal government is a captured agency that functions as a business that is actively using its vast power (paid for by us) to push anything it deems competition out of the way.  They have done this repeatedly with homeopathy, compounded medications, and supplements, and now they are attacking food.  The ‘powers that be’ want us eating insects, lab-grown meat, and whatever expensive, unnatural patented products they create that yield them high profits. Then, they plan on “vaccinating” plants for their diseases, animals to “sanitize the food supply,” and then “vaccinating” us through these “vaccinated,” unnatural foods which will also yield them incredible profits while leaving us all sick.  This, in turn will cause many to turn to Big Pharma for their magic remedy, which will also be lucrative.  It’s a monopoly that that has become a dangerous, tyrannical monolith affecting all of society – which must be broken.

This is the new normal and is a true war on food unless we refuse to go along with the dystopia. 

Having struggled with significant pain myself, I’ve come to learn about the importance of food in healing – particularly with regard to inflammation, detoxing, and nutrition.  A real, whole food diet is a requirement for health.  It should come as no surprise that our corrupt, power-hungry agencies are now attacking this as well.

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Why Chronic Lyme Treatment Fails – A Review With Strategies

Why Chronic Lyme Treatment Fails – A Review with Strategies

By Dr. Marty Ross

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About Fifteen Percent of People with Chronic Lyme

This article is about the reasons people remain ill with chronic Lyme disease even after taking one to two or even more years of herbal or prescription antibiotics. In my experience, this seems to be about 15 percent of people with chronic Lyme disease. The other 85 percent of people do have various degrees of recovery – most getting very well.

Lyme literate medical doctors (LLMDs) have very limited science to guide us about why treatment works or fails – and what the best treatment options are. The last United States National Institutes of Health funded human trials looking at treating Lyme were nearly 20 years ago. We do know from a study conducted by the MyLymeData project of that the best chance of recovery is provided by a year or more of antibiotics and working with an LLMD. You can read more about the MyLymeData studies, including those on alternative medicine outcomes versus antibiotic outcomes in What Works? Navigating Prescription & Alternative Medicine Lyme Treatments.

With the lack of human studies, most of the science I use to guide my treatment decisions comes from laboratory, non-human experiments. Fortunately, these experiments provide insights about herbal and prescription treatment options that can work in many. These experiments also provide a number of theories about what can work for treatment and why people do not recover even with long-term antibiotics.

How to Avoid Chronic Lyme Treatment Failure

Before I review the treatment failure theories, let’s discuss what steps you should take to have a successful Lyme recovery.

Kill Germs AND Correct All Body Wide Imbalances

Treating Lyme is complicated. The infection triggers an immune system cytokine reaction that affects most organs and systems of the body. In my experience, the great majority of people can recover if they address each of the steps in The Ross Lyme Support Protocol. This protocol is designed to kill Lyme and coinfection germs and to correct all of the sleep, immune system, detoxification, inflammation and hormonal imbalances created by Lyme. If your treatment did not work, but you only took herbal or prescription antibiotics alone, look at The Ross Lyme Support Protocol to see all of the areas you should have addressed that provide the best chance of recovery.

Find and Treat Mold Toxicity

Chronic mold toxicity looks just like chronic Lyme disease. Make sure you do not have this problem. And if you do – correct it. See Mold and Lyme Toxin Illness for more information.

Theories & Strategies About Lyme Treatment Failure

There are a number of theories why people remain ill even after getting rid of mold toxins and treating with a comprehensive regimen that kills germs and addresses all imbalances identified in The Ross Lyme Support Protocol. The reasons include:

  • Borrelia (Lyme) persisters
  • autoimmune disease triggered by the Lyme infection
  • disruption of a healthy gut microbiome
  • germ debris
  • limbic system brain holding of the illness
  • tissue damage from the infection
  • chronic inflammation and immune dysfunction
  • learned illness behavior and/or somatic disorder

The Borrelia persisters theory is an in-vogue and relatively new idea about why treatments do not work. The idea is: under assault from antibiotics (RX or herbal) some of the Lyme germs go into a persister hibernation state. These persisters do not respond to regular antibiotics. We will have to see in time if addressing persisters does help to prevent or correct treatment failures. In my practice, all of my current treatments include antimicrobial approaches to address persisters.

For more information about persisters and how to address them see How to Treat Persister Lyme & Bartonella.

Autoimmune Disease

Through a process known as molecular mimicry, the immune system may attack tissues with protein and molecular parts that look just like parts of Lyme. At this time there is not a Lyme specific way to address this. But for some – using Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) can regulate or reverse the autoimmune attack.

For more information about LDN see Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) & Lyme.

Disruption of Healthy Gut Microbiome

Treating Lyme with herbal or prescription antibiotics disturbs the healthy balance of good germs and microbes in the gut. The germs that live in the intestines are called the gut microbiome. These include healthy bacteria, viruses, parasites, yeasts and fungae. To put the amount of microbes in perspective, over 90 percent of the genetic material in human bodies come from the microbes in the gut!

We allow these germs to live in us because they serve a purpose. Studies show these microbes regulate the immune system, signal healthy brain function, digest food, remove toxins and things we are allergic to and provide many other healthy body regulating functions.

The theory is antibiotics disturb the healthy gut microbiome leading to ongoing body-wide illness. It is not clear yet how best to address this issue or if the gut disruption really does cause ongoing illness.

One treatment option is to create a healthy gut microbiome using probiotics. Another one is to replace the dysfunctional microbiome through a stool transplant – also called fecal microbiota transplant (FMT). However, FMT is regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). At present it is only allowed for treatment of C. difficile bacteria overgrowth in the intestines. And there has not been any research done about whether it could change the outcome of those with chronic Lyme disease.

Treating Lyme is about balancing risks and benefits. The benefit of using herbal and prescription antibiotics is decreasing or eliminating the Lyme or coinfection (like Bartonella or Babesia) germs leading to improved health. But the risk of doing so is disturbing the gut microbiome.

See Probiotic Strategies in Lyme Disease Treatment for information about probiotics and C. Difficile Diarrhea: Prevention & Treatment for more information about FMT.

Germ Debris

The immune system is supposed to break down and get rid of dead germs and their parts including DNA, RNA, proteins and fats. One theory why people remain ill is that the immune system does not get rid of all the borrelia germ debris. The debris triggers an ongoing immune inflammatory response. At this time there is not a treatment I am aware of for this possible problem.

Limbic System Brain Holding of The Illness

The limbic system is a part of the brain that regulates our emotional responses and behaviors. This includes fight-or-flight responses, fear, and survival behaviors like feeding the young and reproduction.

For some in Lyme the limbic system becomes overly reactive leading to a brain holding of illness. This causes some of the ongoing symptoms like pain or even fatigue. Much of this is unconscious.

There are a number of programs that can help reprogram the limbic system brain holding of the illness. Two of the more popular programs are the Gupta Program and Annie Hopper Dynamic Neural Retraining System. Many of my patients have found benefit from these practices. Short of doing these programs, developing a meditative mindfulness practice can help too. Counseling may also help to decrease emotional reactivity.

Tissue Damage

Another theory is Lyme and the immune reaction to it lead to ongoing tissue damage and injury even when the infection is gone or under control. This leads to pain, neurologic and brain dysfunction, mitochondria cell energy factory dysfunction and even immune dysfunction.

My current approach to repairing muskuloskeletal tissue injury and peripheral nerve injury is to use the peptide BPC-157. For brain injury I also add the peptide Cerebrolysin. See Repair & Restore with Peptides in Lyme Disease or Mold Toxin Illness for more information about peptides and BPC-157. For people with low energy I work to repair the mitochondria. See How to Fix Mitochondria & Get Energy in Lyme Disease.

Chronic Inflammation and Immune Dysfunction

Under this theory, Lyme infection sets off an ongoing immune inflammation reaction that takes on a life of its own – causing more inflammation and immune dysfunction. One reason this could happen is due to an imbalance between what is known as Th1 and Th2/Th17 parts of the immune system. Th1 is made up of immune cells that attack germs like T white blood cells and macrophages. Th1 is the immune system offense squad. Th2/Th17 is made up of B white blood cells that make antibodies, mast cells involved in allergies and histamine production, and immune barrier cells that line the mucous and skin membranes designed to keep germs out. Think of Th2/Th17 as the immune system defensive squad. If Th2 and Th17 get too active they release inflammatory cytokines that lead to many ongoing Lyme type symptoms and they can suppress Th1 and its germ fighting abilities.

In my practice I work with LDN I mentioned above to increase TReg cells that create balance between Th1 and Th2/Th17. Another option is to use the peptide TB4 Frag. For more information about these treatment options see Repair & Restore with Peptides in Lyme Disease or Mold Toxin Illness and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) & Lyme.

Learned Illness Behavior and/or Somatic Illness

These are two psychological conditions. I list them here to be thorough, but I am concerned that many non-LLMDs use these diagnoses to say Lyme disease is in a person’s head instead of acknowledging and treating them for a physical illness. In my experience, it is a rare person with chronic Lyme that has one of these conditions contributing to their illness. Counseling is helpful if one of these occurs.


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About the Author

Marty Ross, MD is a passionate Lyme disease educator and clinical expert. He helps Lyme sufferers and their physicians see what really works based on his review of the science and extensive real-world experience. Dr. Ross is licensed to practice medicine in Washington State (License: MD00033296) where he has treated thousands of Lyme disease patients in his Seattle practice. 

Marty Ross, MD is a graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine and Georgetown University Family Medicine Residency. He is a member of the International Lyme and Associated Disease Society (ILADS) and The Institute for Functional Medicine.

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Lyme Detox 101 Basics  Video Here (Approx. 5 Min)

Updated: 6/13/22

By Dr. Marty Ross

How to Detoxify in Lyme Disease

In this video and written article, I describe basic steps a person can take to detoxify in Lyme disease. The basic steps include:

  • eating organic foods to avoid toxins
  • living in a mold free environment to prevent absorption of mold toxins
  • avoiding toxic chemicals in your home
  • supporting liver detoxification with glutathione
  • promoting regular bowel movements to eliminate toxins
  • drinking plenty of water to support kidney detox and to promote regular bowel movements
  • sweating through sauna or exercise as tolerated
  • binding toxins in the intestines with binders if needed

A Word About Feeling Toxic

Often people report they “feel toxic” in Lyme treatments.  A major cause of feeling toxic is due to excessive cytokines the immune system makes as it tries to control Lyme infection.

A good way to deal with “feeling toxic” is to lower cytokines and work to remove the toxins triggering the cytokines. Read more about how to lower cytokines in Control Cytokines: A Guide to Fix Lyme Symptoms & The Immune System. Two basic steps that support lowering cytokines are to take liposomal curcumin and to use liposomal glutathione.

The Basic Steps to Lyme Detox

Keep Toxins Out

Start with your diet – eat organic foods. These do not contain harmful poisons. For specific diets I recommend see The Best Brain, Inflammation, Pain, Energy, and Detox Diet Ever and Elimination Diet to Find Problem Foods.

Avoid toxins in your environment. This includes mold toxins. Also use green cleaning supplies. The fumes and gasses of toxic cleaning supplies get absorbed into the bloodstream through the lungs.

Support Toxin Removal by The Liver, Intestines, and Kidneys

From the blood, toxins are cleaned out of the body by the liver. The liver transforms toxins from fat-based forms to water-based forms by tagging them with water-based chemical groups. In the intestines the tagged toxins are then moved out of our bodies through the stools. However, if a person does not have regular bowel movements, bacteria in the intestines can remove the water-based tag. If this happens, the now fat-based toxins move into the blood. Fiber in the diet and water intake promote regular bowel movements. In addition, fiber can bind the fat-based toxins so that they do not get reabsorbed.

Some use coffee enemas for detox. The tannins in coffee irritate the intestine lining causing bowel movments. There is a very small effect of coffee promoting more toxin release by the liver – but this is quite small. Because they have similar effects promoting bowel movements, I find using fiber and water in the diet is easier than coffee enemas.

Fiber & Water Support Detox

Water. It is important to drink 1/2 of your ideal body weight in ounces daily (ie: a 150-pound person should drink 75 ounces of water a day). This helps to flush the kidneys and promotes regular bowel movements.

Fiber. To bind toxins in the intestines and to promote regular bowel movements have 3 or more servings a day of fiber. Foods rich in fiber are beans, legumes, and whole grains. Apples are also a good source. To determine how much to have in a serving, I advise that a clenched fist is roughly equal to two serving sizes.

Support Liver Detoxification

Liver detoxification requires glutathione. Glutathione is a very powerful antioxidant generated in all cells and used in the liver to detox fat soluble toxins. Faced with toxin excess, the liver can exhaust its glutathione supplies. Most forms of oral glutathione are poorly absorbed. However there are sources designed for improved absorption which microscopically wrap the glutathione in fats called phospholipids. This type is called liposomal glutathione. For more information see Glutathione: The Great Fixer.

In my practice, I find that glutathione is more effective at promoting detox than other products like Nutramedix Burbur and Pinella. I do not recommend these supplements, but go with glutathione instead.

Sweat to Remove Toxins

Sweating through exercise, hot baths, or using infrared saunas can help remove toxins. When you heat up and sweat, toxins move to the liver and some move to your sweat. About 80 percent are cleared by the liver and about 20 percent are removed in the sweat. For more information about saunas and hot baths see Far Infrared Sauna Detox: More Than Sweat.

Use Binders to Remove Toxins

At times it helps to bind toxins in the intestines so they cannot get absorbed into the bloodstream using binders. Binders include bentonite or zeolite clay, activated charcoal, silica, humic acid and fulvic acid. Some companies make products which contain a number of these binders together in one pill.

Probiotics and Detox

Healthy bacteria that line the intestines remove toxins. In Lyme disease it is common to have unhealthy bacteria in the intestines due to herbal or prescription antibiotics and the stress of the illness. Rebuilding the healthy lining with high quality probiotics can help with detox. For more information about probiotics see Probiotics in Lyme Treatment.

Dosages For Supplements in This Article


Liposomal Glutathione 400 to 500 mg 1 to 2 times a day. An example of liposomal glutathione shown to raise cell levels of glutathione is Tri-Fortify by Researched Nutritionals. (3)*


Liposomal Curcumin 500 mg 1 or 2 pills 3 times a day. An example of liposomal curcumin is Meriva 500 SF by Thorne.

Probiotic to Support Healthy Intestinal Function and Detox*

Multi-biome by Researched Nutritionals 1 to 2 pills 1 time a day. This product is a soil-based spore-forming probiotic that includes strains of Bacillus scientifically proven to support intestinal health. It also includes human strains of probiotics too. This product does not require refrigeration.

Binders to Support Detox*

GI Detox + by Biobotanical Research or MycoPul by Researched Nutritionals 1 to 2 pills 1 time a day. Do not take any medicines or supplements beginning 30 min before taking these binders through 2 hours after taking these binders. The reason for this is binders will bind your supplements and prescription medicines too. You can eat any time, but the best time to have a small amount of food or a meal is 30 minutes after taking the binder.


The ideas and recommendations on this website and in this article are for informational purposes only. For more information about this, see the sitewide Terms & Conditions.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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US Data Shows “Vaccine” Injuries Skyrocketed; Strategies to Recover

Latest US Data Shows Vaccine Injuries Skyrocketed; How Will We Recover?

BY Dr. Yuhong Dong and Health 1+1 May 28, 2022

At present, the adverse events brought about by the COVID-19 vaccines are getting more and more attention from the public. If vaccination causes injury or damage, how can the body heal itself?

Juliana Mastrantonio of New York is an 18-year-old full-time college student and part-time pharmacy technician. Prior to the vaccination, she was in good health and exercised daily. Juliana was infected with COVID-19 in December 2020 and recovered without long COVID symptoms.

Juliana received her first dose of Pfizer vaccine on December 10, 2021 and her second dose on January 2, 2022. Within one week after the second dose, Juliana developed pelvic pain that gradually worsened, and she became hospitalized.

Four days after being discharged from the hospital, she developed other severe symptoms, headaches, and tremors. When she woke up the next morning, she found herself immobile from the waist down, and was paralyzed. And she is currently undergoing rehabilitation.  (See link for article)



  • Since Juliana was previously healthy and only developed these severe symptoms after ‘vaccination,’ it is highly likely there is a link.
  • The EMA has updated AstraZeneca’s shot product information to include rare spinal disorders as a side effect of the vaccine.
  • The shots can cause mitochondrial damage and induce cytokine storms that impair the immune system which leads to autoimmune diseases.
  • ALL the COVID shots have been hastily used without adequate testing andmay cause autoimmune diseases in organs if they contain the spike proteins and components of the virus.
  • As of May 13, 2022 VAERS has received more than 1.2 million adverse events reports; however, AHRQ states this only captures less than 1% of the true number.  Events include:

    • more than 28,000 deaths
    • over 157,000 hospitalizations
    • over 129,000 cases requiring urgent care
    • more than 190,000 cases requiring doctor office visits
    • all of which meet the definition of a serious adverse event
    • the vast majority of events occurred within 3 days of ‘vaccination’
    • 65% of deaths were related to the Pfizer shot, the most used injection
    • 26% were related to Moderna
    • 9% were related to J&J
    • the rest are unknown
    • The most common COVID-19 vaccine related adverse events reported by VAERS:
      • Permanent disability: nerve injury
      • Myocarditis, Pericarditis: cardiac injury
      • Heart attacks: cardiovascular injury
      • Bell’s palsy: facial nerve injury (with unknown etiology)
      • Shingles: dormant virus activated
  • Three strategies to detoxify the “vaccines” are:
    • prevent attachment of spike protein to ACE2 receptors by using ivermectin, suramin, catechin, curcumin, prunella vulgaris extract.
    • neutralize the downstream toxicity by using NAC, Vitamin C, other antioxidants.
    • enhancing self repair mechanism (autophagy) of cells through intermittent fasting as well as consuming polyphenols such as EGCG, Oleuopein, punicalagin, apigenin, resveratrol, pterostilbene, curcumin

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