Pinella is an herbal extract marketed by Nutramedix for use in the Cowden protocol for Lyme disease. It’s made from the medicinal plant Pimpinella anisum, aka anise, which is said to have a range of healing properties. Anise is one of the oldest plants used for culinary or medicinal purposes, and it has a distinctive (and many say delicious) taste. It’s a member of the same botanical family as carrot, parsley, dill, fennel, coriander, cumin, and caraway, and it’s native to the Mediterranean. (Though, you definitely don’t have to travel that far to get it—it’s very popular, and you can most likely find anise or its relatives at your local grocery store.)
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Hey guys, I hope you’re all having a great week so far. Question re: Lyme treatment/herxing: Is it normal to experience reactivation of other viruses like HSV and HPV while in treatment for Lyme? I have warts all over my hands which isn’t my norm. For context, I’m currently on an herb protocol of Burbur, Pinella, Cumanda, Banderol, and Samento. Thanks so much!!
I just started on an herbal protocol using Nutramedix tinctures (Banderol, Cumanda, Samento, and Burbur-Pinella) yesterday. Long story short, I was up allll night with stomach pain and nausea (something I haven’t experienced in months—I didn’t eat anything out of the norm either). Is this normal when starting new herbs? Has anyone else experienced?
- NutraMedix. Pinella. NutraMedix. Pinella.
- ISRN Pharm. Review of Pharmacological Properties and Chemical Constituents of Pimpinella anisum. ISRN Pharm. Review of Pharmacological Properties and Chemical Constituents of Pimpinella anisum.