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Dealing with Co-infections and Fibromyalgia | Podcast #284

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We've got Dr. Justin Marchegiani and Dr. Bill Rawls are talking co-infections and fibromyalgia. Our guest, Dr. Rawls, started out as a conventional OBGYN. In his 40's when he suffered from fibromyalgia and Lyme disease, he quickly realized none of his conventional medicine colleagues could help him, and this was his turning point.

We're looking at why you might move away from antibiotics and into herbal medicine to use a herb or fungi's own anti-microbial properties to your advantage. Dr. J gets specific herbs with direct anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties mentioned, like cat's claw, andrographis, Japanese knotweed, garlic extract, and cryptolepis. Some others like reishi mushrooms, cordyceps, and salvia miltiorrhiza (red sage) work well with the support of glutathione.

This is such a great podcast, some other topics covered are the quality of the herbs sourced, the stress and stories behind every patient, everyday nutrition, patient assessment and testing (and how Dr. Rawls differs), and much more.


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