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Is Nutramedix stevia a good brand for helping to treat Lyme?

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease and Co-Infections' started by Bansaw, Sep 10, 2017.

  1. Bansaw

    Bansaw Senior Member

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    Is there a better brand than this Nutramedix,
    and has anyone thought of combining its effectiveness with the Samento-Banderol-Cumanda protocol?
     
  2. JES

    JES Senior Member

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    Stevia does not seem to help much based on user experiences in this forum. The effect against Lyme has only been proven in vitro so far (and that's for the whole leaf extract), and it seems you'd need to take an insane amount of it to get the same effect in vivo.
     
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  3. Bansaw

    Bansaw Senior Member

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    I wonder if it can absorb better sublingually?
     
  4. Mackay - Lyme Ninja Radio

    Mackay - Lyme Ninja Radio

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    The stevia needs to be alcohol derived - a tincture. I've started including it in liposomal remedies. It helps with the taste and there is very little downside to try.
     
  5. Bansaw

    Bansaw Senior Member

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    Do you make your own Liposomal C with a jewelry cleaner, and simply add a few drops of stevia in the mix?
     
  6. Horizon

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    I don't see any reason to get it from that company. Any Stevia (whole leaf) in alcohol should do.
     

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