I also just bought a book on Amazon called Healing Lyme: Natural Healing And Prevention of Lyme Borreliosis And Its Coinfections
. It only costs ~$14, has 59 reviews and 4.5 stars! I browsed the reviews and what I loved about it is that 1) it's written for physicians, and 2) it's supposed to have references to actual research literature, 2) it references both alternative and traditional therapies/medicines which in my opinion is the optimum for wellness. Not for everybody probably, but I always ask my doc a million questions and want to know everything he knows. And I enjoy knowing the sources that information is coming from. There are so many websites online with information on Lyme, but do not cite any sources. I'm always left wondering if they just made this up on the spot or have any actual literature to back up their (sometimes very wild) claims. I will update with tidbits I find interesting!