Treatment For Lyme Disease

I wrote a post about this back in 2014, and since then I’ve met even more people struggling with lyme, or wondering if they have lyme. So I wanted to share this information again. I hope it will help someone in need today.

Help For Lyme Disease

It seems like almost every week I hear of another person with serious health problems where lyme disease is either diagnosed or suspected. I also have friends whose lyme disease went undiagnosed or untreated for many years and they are still suffering with it. 

The good news is that I know a doctor who is successfully treating lyme disease naturally – without months of antibiotics, drugs, IV’s or other stressful methods. I’ve mentioned Dr. Smith several times because he’s one of the doctors who helped me significantly in 2009 (and since then as well). He successfully treated me for various infections (viruses, bacteria, parasites, etc.), as well as allergies. Several years ago he also developed a method for treating lyme. 

Here’s a testimony from a friend of mine about Dr. Smith:

“Hi Joanna! Several of my friends that have lymes have also used him (Dr. Smith) and have had HUGE success. I’m also waaaay improved so I’d love to recommend him to your friends. He also has a good website called if they want more info about the treatment and about contacting him and stuff.” -A.

Dr. Smith’s website is very well done. I encourage you to read all through it. You’ll find testimonies, a symptom sheet to see if it’s likely you have lymes, an explanation of the treatment, Dr. Smith’s story of how he developed this method, his podcast interview about it, and more.

I know Dr. Smith personally, and I believe that the treatment methods he’s developed are an amazing gift from God for this time when so many people desperately need them. They truly saved my life. My mom and I still use his CBT method when needed to treat for allergies, infections, etc. Since I saw him in 2009, he has improved and refined his treatment for lyme. I’m very impressed with all his research and how he is able to treat the various problems – the lyme, any co-infections, parasites, allergies, etc. – all at the same time…all without drugs or antibiotics. It’s truly amazing!

(His treatment method works by activating the body’s own immune system and ability to heal. You can read more details on his website.)

The lyme treatment takes a few days and has a flat fee around $3,000 I think. This covers all the appointments and treatments needed (for lyme, parasites, viruses, allergies, etc.), as well as a three-month supply of whatever supplements you need to take after the treatment. Comparatively speaking, this cost is very reasonable and definitely worth it for better health. (Some people spend more than $20,000 on lyme treatments, which often aren’t successful.)

I can tell you about two people I know personally who have been treated for lyme by Dr. Smith. One of them is almost back to 100% normal function! The other person’s health is much improved, though still dealing with some other chronic issues that needed to be addressed. 

Dr. Smith’s office schedules apptoinments for lyme treatment several months in advance (because it takes 3 days to complete the treatment, and because so many people are coming for it). The office staff are very kind and helpful, so feel free to call with any questions. They aren’t in the office every day, but they will return messages as soon as they can. 

If you know someone with lyme, please feel free to share this information with them. I hope and pray that many more people will find help and healing sooner rather than later. 

If you or someone you know has lyme, please don’t put off making decisions about it. Please prayerfully consider this option. It’s the only treatment I’m aware of where people are actually improving and recovering long-term. (Some lyme treatments seem to help in the short-term, but often symptoms return as bad or worse than before.) 

And please keep praying for anyone you know who has lyme. It’s a serious problem today. May God continue to sustain, strengthen, and give help and healing. 


P.S. I’m sorry I wasn’t able to do a post last week. I thought I’d post this one today, then I’ll try to get back to my regular schedule next Thursday. =)

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