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Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by Tiger Lily 813, Jul 22, 2014.

  1. Tiger Lily 813

    Tiger Lily 813 Senior Member

    Hi all,
    At this point I am feeling like I am rarely helped (and often setback) by taking stuff & would benefit more from active therapy modalities.

    I had my second Biomagnetic session today- the first didn't do so much, but will let you know how this treatment works out.

    For my problems the pH/alkalizing approach is the only thing I have ever found very effective, so that's why my Dr. wanted me to do this, and because she wanted to help me fight my sky high Epstein Barr levels.

    Mobile cupping & Microcurrent I know very little about, but am extremely curious.
    Cupping, or mobile cupping, I have heard can help when you have built up toxins from killing bugs, and the toxins need help getting out. Which sounds like something I need to do...

    Microcurrent- I don't even know what it means, but it's a Klinghardt lyme treatment, and I think someone local has worked with him/could do this for me, just would like to know what it is...

    I also want to get the rebounder mini trampoline & biomat soon.

    If anyone has experience with these therapies, please let me know. Also please specify which component/s of your illness it seemed to address. Thank you kindly <3
    Last edited: Jul 23, 2014
  2. *GG*

    *GG* senior member

    Concord, NH
    Breaking this up to make it easier to read for most :)

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  3. Tiger Lily 813

    Tiger Lily 813 Senior Member

    I adjusted- thanks for reminding me ;)!

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