Byron White formulas
If you’re reading up and getting smart on Lyme, chances are you've heard of Byron White and his line of herbal products. Byron White was a hypnotherapist and a natural health practitioner whose extracts and tinctures have become very popular among Lymies. Not only did he formulate the products, but he set up a manufacturing company to ensure that his products are high quality. What does that mean? White uses only organic, wild-crafted herbs and organic grape alcohol and claims that the gluten-free, hypoallergenic formulas are more potent than other available herbal products. The formulas are designed to offer 3 types of support: immune, detox, and restorative. Immune support formulas help engage the immune system to recognize and clear pathogens from cells. The detox support focuses on detoxification as an important element for maintaining health, and the restorative category offers support for the body’s energetics and physical needs. There are formulas that address coinfections such as babesiosis and bartonella, as well as Lyme itself and fungal infections, with names like A-BAB or A-BART (your practitioner can explain in more detail how each ones works). The formulas contain herbal mixtures that might include cat’s claw, neem, and yarrow, or Indian sarsaparilla, garlic, and licorice, among others.
Recent posts about Byron White formulas
Just started one drop Byron White A-Bart, powerful. Anyone else have success (or symptoms) taking this long term?
Community help please! Last blood test showed HHV-6 active 2 weeks ago so started a Byron White treatment and low and behold I now have shingles. Been drinking celery juice for 6 months and working on EBV with Anthony Williams protocol. Any help with shingles?
I’m looking for recommendations of Lyme literate doctors in Houston. I got diagnosed via IGeneX testing back in March and have been taking Byron White A-L, but haven’t seen much improvement.
I was diagnosed with lyme earlier this year, and am being treated for bartonella and babesia as well based on my symptoms. I am using the byron white formulas as well as some other herbs to treat it. I have the option to do some of my classes in person this fall, but before I decide to I have some questions; Am I at greater risk for covid because of the lyme disease? Am I more likely to catch it? Or more likely to have a serious case?
My functional medicine doctor is prescribing bicillin, minocycline, and rifampin for lyme. Does anyone have any experience with any of these? I've gotten sick on bactrim and doxycycline in the past so I'm nervous trying about antibiotics again. This time I am trying them in combination with byron white protocol as well as other herbs though. I'm also a little scared of injecting the bicillin.