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2nd Treatment

Posted Nov 21 2008 4:26pm
I had my second treatment yesterday. Photons + ozone infusion + minerals infusion. Watching my blood go from my vines into a bottle, mix with a solution of ozone, then come back into my veins made my stomach churn a bit, but I think it did something. I was feeling toxic for the rest of the day.

I'm absolutely positive there is something to these photons. I've had an ongoing fever since the first treatment, which reminds me of when I first started Abx. I'm also more mentally sapped than I would otherwise be, which is why I've having been posting the last few days. It's no walk in the park, but it's been more pleasant than the type of herxing from Abx too. Although I felt toxic between the 1st and 2nd treatment, I still had energy to take a few 20-min walks on Saturday. The main difference is the heaviness. When I herx from Abx, I have trouble getting out of the house, and my limbs just feel like concrete, and I'm never sure how much of the herx is due to killing bugs and how much is just because of the toxicity of drugs. The photon treatments seem to ramp up my immune system without making me pay too stiff a penalty.

I wish I could describe what I'm feeling in more scientific terms, but for now, I'm off my sleep meds? Only time will tell whether it's because of the utter isolation from EMFs in the forest or because the photon therapy is regulating hormonal production. Either way, I'm looking forward to peddling my leftover Trazodone on the streets of Pforzheim.

All in all, I don't feel much better yet. It's only my 2nd treatment, but I just wanted to throw that out there. I know many people are considering coming to Germany based on the reports of the group currently here. There are still many questions to be answered, and hopefully we'll get them pass the language barrier to Dr. Woitzel. Many Europeans that come see Dr. W just have Lyme. None of us that fly over to see him only have Lyme.

Of particular concern is these co-infections. Once we get ahold of the nosodes for mycoplasma, bartonella, babesia, viruses etc, do we treat with them the same way as we do the borrelia nosodes? Do we use the same frequency, the same length of breaks between treatments, and how long can we continuously use the machine for? Although radiation isn't a concern, how much is too much?

I got the chiropractic adjustment today, and true to form it was the best adjustment I've ever gotten in my life. I feel somewhere between rubbery and pretzel-y. Mmmm pretzel.
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