“Treating Lyme Disease with Chinese & Orthomolecular Medicine”
Monday April 11th at 6:00 at the Center for Living Well in Iola, WI
“According to Giovanni Maciocia, one of the most highly respected practitioners of Chinese medicine in the West, the initial stage of Lyme disease in Chinese Medicine is known as External Wind Heat Invasion. External Wind Heat Invasion can be successfully treated with Chinese Herbs or Orthomolecular Medicine if caught early enough and will halt the progression of Lyme disease.
“According to Heiner Fruehauf, Phd, in Chinese Medicine terms later stage Lyme disease is considered a form of Gu syndrome. Gu (or “ghost”) syndrome is an ancient technical term for a particularly severe form of parasitic infection that generally involves a parasitic super-infection: multiple types of infections that all thrive upon each other’s existence and symbiotically assist each other in the process of feeding upon their more and more deficient host. These symptoms will eventually cause the patient to look like a ghost. In Chinese Medicine Gu syndrome can be treated with Moxibustion.”
Brian Brown MS, MS studied Chinese Medicine with the Institute of Chinese Herbology for two years and has practiced Moxibustion for three years. Please RSVP Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org. $10