One of the reasons that Lyme infection persists sometimes even after weeks, months, or years of antibiotics, is that the bacteria become resistant against the drugs. They are also good at hiding inside cells, the brain, joints, and other places where the drugs and immune system have a difficult time penetrating to eliminate the infection. Liposomal essential oil remedies are designed to penetrate the cells and blood brain barrier, and are potent eliminators of both active and stationary-phase antibiotic resistant Borrelia.
INGREDIENTS: Organic essential oils of cinnamon bark, oregano, clove, marjoram, lemon, thyme, spearmint, myrrh, vetiver, garlic and cajeput; sunflower lecithin, colloidal silver, stevia extract, spring water, and Himalayan saturated salt solution.
STORAGE: Store your liposomal in the refrigerator. Shake before use.
DOSAGE: Unless otherwise specified by your practitioner, the standard adult dose is:
1 Tablespoon 2x/day for the first week. Increase by 1 Tablespoon each week up to 4 Tablespoons 2x/day
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