Here is a list of herbs that bind to or neutralize Lyme and co-infection toxins

Here is a list of herbs that neutralize endotoxins in laboratory and animal experiments

1) Root of Astragalus Membranaceus1, Chinese name: Huang Qi,

Plant qualities: sedative, calming, antibacterial, antiviral, protective against Escherichia coli endotoxins. Caution: may cause bloating in the digestive system

2) Dried seed of Astragalus Complantanus2, Chinese name: Sha Yuan Zi

3) Forsythia Suspensa3, Chinese name: Lian Qiao

3) Scutellaria Baicalensis3, Chinese name: Huang Qin

4) Lonicera Vine3 /  Japanese Honeysuckle Vine, Chinese name: Ren Dong Teng

5) Isatis Root3, Chinese name:  Ban Lan Gen

6) Isatis Leaf3, Chinese name: Da Qing Ye

7) Rhubarb3, Chinese name: Da Huang

8 ) Dandelion3 / taraxicum, Chinese name: Pu Gong Ying

9) Patrinia3, Chinese name: Bai Jiang Cao

10) Viola3, Chinese name: Zi Hua Di Ding

11) Andrographis3, Chinese name: Chuan Xin Lian

12) Sophora4, Chinese name: Ku Shen

13) Ligusticum4, Chinese name: Chuan Xiong

14) Licorice4, Chinese name: Gan Cao

15) Ginko biloba leaf4, Chinese name: Bai Guo Ye

16) Cattle gallstone4, Chinese name: Niu Huang

17) Stephania4, Chinese name: Han Fang Ji

18) Coptis root5, Chinese name: Huang Lian

19) Pulsatilla root5, Chinese name: Bai Tou Weng

20) Chinese Gentiana5, Chinese name: Long Dan Cao

21) Honeysuckle flower5, Chinese name: Jin Yin Hua

22) Moutan bark5, Chinese name: Mu Dan Pi

23) Scrophularia5, Chinese name: Xuan Shen

Here is an herb that is for neutralizing the Lyme nerve toxin:

1) Licorice6, Chinese name: Gan Cao

Here is an herb for binding to toxins in the digestive system

1) Galla Chinesis7, Chinese name: Wu Bei Zi

1. Kee Chang Huang, Williams WM. The Pharmacology of Chinese Herbs. Boca Raton. FL: CRC Press. Inc. 1999, p 387.
2. Kee Chang Huang, Williams WM. The Pharmacology of Chinese Herbs. Boca Raton. FL: CRC Press. Inc. 1999, p 160.
3. Subhuti Dharmananda. LONICERA AND FORSYTHIA: Representatives of the “Floating” Toxin-Cleaning Herbs.
4. Yun-Hai, L., Liu, Y., Guo, X. Current Studies on Anti-endotoxic Chemical Components of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. Acta Phamacol Sn. 2001 Dec; 22 (12). pp. 1071-1077
5. Deng Wenlong. Research Progress in the Prevention and the Treatment for Endotoxic Diseases with Traditional Chinese Medicine. Proceedings of TCM Conference at West China University of Medical Science 1995;
6. Bradford, Robert W.  and Henry W. Allen. Biochemistry of Lyme Disease: Borrelia burgdorferi Spirochete/Cyst. Townsend Letter, the Examiner of Alternative Medicine, February/March 2006
7. Chen, John K., and Tina T. Chen. 2004. Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology. City of Industry CA: Art of Medicine Press, Inc., p. 990-992


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