Author Archives: Knowlyme

About Knowlyme

Promoting Lyme Disease Awareness

Celebrating 70,000 hits & Gary Null on Anti-Inflammatory Foods

First of all, THANK YOU, to my readers and everyone who has visited this website. In less than 4.5 years, and with no promotion except word-of-mouth, it’s hard for me to believe everyone is finding Knowlyme through search engines. But, … Continue reading

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Vaccines, Viruses and Lyme Disease- Dr. Thomas Rau

This doctor sees a connection between Lyme disease, vaccines, and viruses: Before I was reinfected and finally diagnosed with Lyme disease after 20 years of being misdiagnosed, I remember the last vaccine I got to work in a hospital making … Continue reading

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May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month (redux!)

So, this is my 4th Lyme Disease Awareness Month since getting re-infected and finally diagnosed in 2010, after 20 years of being un- and mis-diagnosed with Lyme disease. If there is only one thing that you read on this website, … Continue reading

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4 Years and 63K hits later…

Happy 4 year anniversary to Knowlyme.com!!! Thanks to all my readers and followers, for being part of my journey. My focus from now on will continue to be genetic, metabolic, and nutritional issues that have contributed to chronic Lyme disease. Right … Continue reading

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Organic B12 Spray, Histamines, and Detox/Herxing

Just a quick note to say that the product in the last post is working well for me and my family member who previously had a histamine reaction (hives & swollen tongue) with the 1st sublingual liquid I tried. That as … Continue reading

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Lyme, MTHFR, B12 & Allergies

Since I last wrote, a relative who tried the Solgar Liquid B12 w/B-Complex had a histamine reaction that put her in the hospital. I don’t know if she’s got Lyme, but there’s a good chance she has MTHFR since I can … Continue reading

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B12, MTHFR gene mutation, and Lyme disease

Lots of research done since my last post on B12, and things like mood, sleep, and energy levels are much better than they’ve been- probably ever! LOL, have to laugh… I found out that up to 40% of the population … Continue reading

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