Monday, September 14, 2015

Information on LDI for Lyme Disease, Candida, Interstitial Cystitis, AS, and more.

I couldn't find much information on LDI (low dose immunotherapy) treatment for Lyme disease online. However, here is a recent radio interview with Dr. Ty Vincent explaining LDI treatment for Lyme disease.

Low Dose Immunotherapy: A New Healing Tool
August 28, 2015
Hosted by Neil Nathan MD
Guest Information 
Ty Vincent, MD  
Episode Description
Today, I am delighted to be joined by Dr. Ty Vincent who has developed the new healing protocols for Low Dose Immunotherapy. As a veteran integrative family physician working in Alaska and Hawaii, Dr. Vincent realized that the Low Dose Antigen (LDA) program developed by Dr. Schrader could be expanded to include a wider range of healing possibilities. In addition to its long and excellent track record with allergies of every type, this new tool can be useful for treating Lyme disease and co-infections, and Candida, Interstitial Cystitis and a lot more. Please join us to explore this exciting field of healing! Click here to open the radio interview

Monday, September 7, 2015

First LDI Dose for Lyme

This is me taking my first dose of LDI for Lyme disease. LDI stands for Low Dose Immunotherapy. For more information on this treatment for Lyme disease see the link below the video. This is not my Dr but it gives a brief rundown of what LDI is. I will probably post more info to the blog here at a later time. UPDATE: Monday, September 14, 2015 I am supposed to contact the nurse today to let her know if I had any reaction to the first dose. The problem is that I DON'T KNOW! I can't tell if I flared or if it was my normal symptoms. I have been sick in bed for the past two days but that is fairly typical for me when returning from two days at Campland (it's glamping in your motorhome). I will contact them today and see what they say.