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Jun 1Liked by Dr. Syed Haider

Dear Dr Haider. Thank you for not being ordinary but caring to another level for truly given the best to your patients and followers. Thank you for educating us to help ourselves be better at taking care of our bodies, souls and spirits. I will always be appreciative for the help I received from you and your incredible staff during Covid.

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Jun 1Liked by Dr. Syed Haider

Very interesting that sulfate which is in fish helps with glyphosate. Thank you for this vital information!

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Jun 1Liked by Dr. Syed Haider

Thank you! It seems everyone needs castor oil packs these days🙃🤷🏻‍♀️

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Jun 1Liked by Dr. Syed Haider

Beautiful and full of common sense and wisdom . People have made everything so complicated in the name of science. We just have to get back to the basics ❤️❤️🙏

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Jun 1Liked by Dr. Syed Haider

Just got my castor oil packs and hoofs grounding mat.

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Jun 1Liked by Dr. Syed Haider

HOOGA

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I love what you are doing. I have your selections for rebuilding etc. and so far so good. I do still have sinus something - not too bad but it is there. I wonder if I should take Ivermectin to end all of it. I also was bitten by a Tick that inhabits our woods and wondered if you have any ideas about what to take to counteract Lime Disease (I need a test to tell if I have it and haven't been able to get that as yet. Thank you for whatever advice you can give me. Lois Gunning

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Dr JP Saleeby is something of an expert and has told me privately that nowadays most Lyme literate MDs primarily use herbal protocols which work better than prescription drugs, though those may also be used. Lyme is a complicated disorder, and I wouldn't assume every tick bite confers it, should really be discussed with someone and take into account what happened and when and then decide if some prophylactic treatment is warranted or not.

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Check out treatlyme.net with Dr. Marty Ross. He has a weekly Q&A webinar plus provides herbal protocols on his website. Try herbs before you try antibiotics as they are gentler on the gut microbiome. Also look into Bill Rawls MD (rawlsmd.com). Very similar treatments. Current herbal protocols are based on the excellent work done by herbalist Stephen Buhner back in the 1990s. (Sadly, Buhner passed away about a year ago-- a real loss to the herbal community.) These herbal protocols have now been subjected to rigorous in vitro laboratory testing by some really wonderful researchers at Johns Hopkins and they list out the best performers in this article: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmed.2020.00006/full. All the best on your journey.

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Not meaning to give medical advice… I see doxycycline used post tick bite . Lyme is ugly and you really want to stop it in it’s tracks . I am not a fan of antibiotics but sometimes they do come in handy . Hope it all works out for you

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🤗😁👍🏼

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Strategies for people with methylation deficiencies would be great! Some of us have genetic issues that create difficulty with detox.

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It's such a complex topic and really should be handled individually rather than by a protocol based approach.

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