BEYOND ANTIBIOTICS: How To Heal Your Body Naturally From Lyme & Complex Chronic Diseases

Date:  Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

Time:  8:00-9:00 pm EST

Cost:  Free!


Long-term antibiotics is the most common treatment for chronic or persistent Lyme disease.

But no one wants to take more than they need – and sometimes it’s difficult to know when it’s time to call it quits.

How much antibiotics are too much?

When should you focus instead on building your body’s strength back?  

Is it wise, or even possible, to effectively do both?

These questions and more are the focus of our upcoming webinar.  

During this free class you will learn:

  • The criteria I use every day in clinic to help patients decide whether or not antibiotic treatment is wise for them
  •  at this time;
  • How to evaluate your health to determine if the benefits of antibiotic treatment outweigh the risks;
  • The best ways to continue to move forward with your recovery when you’re NOT on antibiotics, including crucial methods of immune tonification, inflammation reduction, and regeneration; and
  • How to powerfully support your body before, during and after antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease.

For most people with persistent Lyme and tick-borne disease, true healing and health recovery requires more than short or long-term antibiotics.  It requires the artful weaving of health-generating practices and protocols that re-stimulate the body’s own healing capacity.

Learn how to do this effectively by joining our webinar today!


I look forward to seeing you there!

Presented by:  Hillary Thing, MS, LAc., Master Herbalist & Detox Guide.  Hillary has spent the past 2 decades of clinical practice digging for answers to complex health problems, including cancer, Lyme, chronic infection, and chronic inflammatory diseases.  Her personal health, family, and community has been deeply affected by Lyme disease.  As a result, her clinical practice is devoted to teaching people how to heal naturally from Lyme and complex chronic diseases, and in the process build a vibrant, disease-resistant life along the way.