Lyme Disease Part 3

Lyme Disease Part 3
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

Lyme Disease Part 3Lyme disease, aka borreliosis, causes a range of symptoms and can lead to life-threatening conditions. Common Lyme symptoms include fatigue, joint pain, fibromyalgia-like pain, trouble sleeping, and difficulty with focus and memory. Left untreated, which is common, Lyme can move deep into the body, into the central nervous system, heart, and eyes. Read more “Lyme Disease Part 3”

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Lyme Disease Part 2

Lyme Disease Part 2
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

Lyme Disease Part 2This show picks up where we left off last week in a series on herbs and Lyme disease. We will talk more about various herbs for Lyme, as well as Lyme coinfections. Check out last week’s description (below) for more about this series.

This episode of Herbal Prepper Live part 2 of a series of shows on Lyme disease. Read more “Lyme Disease Part 2”

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Treating Inflammation Naturally!

Treating Inflammation Naturally
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live

Inflammation bodyInflammation is the body’s normal response to either an infection or an injury. Unfortunately, it is also a painful response. Inflammation is marked by pain, swelling, redness, and heat coming from the infected or injured area. This response is natural and part of the body’s self-defense mechanisms. The purpose of inflammation is to protect the tissue from viral or bacterial attack, and to remove injured or damaged cells. So, if inflammation serves such an important purpose, why would we want to interfere with it? Read more “Treating Inflammation Naturally!”

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