The artemisia tea annua, a powerful combination therapy!
Transmitted by ticks, babesiosis and Lyme disease, are conditions that are manifested by similar symptoms. They begin with an asymptotic period, followed by a high fever accompanied by chills. They can generate up to low blood pressure, hemolytic anemia and liver problems up to kidney failure. Anyway, one and the other show common symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, nausea, vomiting and muscle pain or myalgia.
ARTEMISIA ANNUA (= "Sweet wormwood" or "Sweet Annie" in English, "Hao Qing" in Chinese) is one of the best remedies against Babesiosis. She is well known in the fight against malaria and neuro-malaria (blood parasite of the same family as Babesia). It also acts in the treatment of toxoplasmosis.
It can be taken to treat toxoplasma gondii or Babesia, but also generally in support of the treatment of borreliosis. It has many properties. Note that it also can treat hemochromatosis (excess iron).
Do not confuse with "Artemisia Absynthium" (Wormwood), also called Absinthe, which is used in anti-parasitic protocols with the Black Walnut. Or with Artemisinin which is a chemical extract. As against the mugwort "Artemisia vulgaris" may possibly be used, it is just a little less potent and specific.
Protocol of attack: 3 to 5 grams a day (in divided doses throughout the day and even overnight if possible, with warm water), then decrease 0.5g each day until the maintenance dose 0.5g, 1 to 3 times a day for 3 weeks. Stop 10 days. And then do the forced protocol.
Protocoles pulsé : prendre 0.5g, 1 à 3 fois par jour pendant 4 à 7 jours d’affilé, alternés avec 3 jours de pause. Cure de 3 semaines, puis pause de 7 jours avant de reprendre. 3 mois au total. Normalement cela suffit pour éradiquer l’infection. Si besoin de refaire la cure, attendre au moins 1 mois.
Take high single dose is useless. The plant is a very short time, so it is the repeated small doses throughout the day that will act very effectively. Check exact amounts of plant powder in capsules to calculate quantities.