Linda Warner

Oct 222014
 

I wanted to share some good news,

I just got test results back. My third I-spot test. It is showing that I am improving. The test has been progressively better each time. I started at a very high level of Antigen response in November 2013. I have improved by 90%. I know the retesting is expensive, but so are the treatments.  The test cost $340. I feel being able to see the numbers go down is a huge incentive and mind boost. It justifies the cost of treatment to know I am heading in the right direction.

I still have slow days. But, I am feeling so much better. Seeing the test results absolutely helps with my emotional state. It helps me to know that I am on the right path of healing. I am working on gut repair and overall health. There is a light at the end of this dark tunnel. With God’s help and Immune building therapies and diet, I plan on full remission!!

Aug 132014
 

The Rife machines do come with books that explain which frequency to use for different infections.  My Chiropractor charges a minimal fee for the use of his machine.  He, or is assistant, programs in the frequency # based on what we are focusing on.  We have used in for LYME, all of the co-infections, candida, and even cold symptoms.  It works, to bring the bug load down.  But is not a one time fix.  That is the frustrating part.  You have to go multiple times.  As we know, LYME spirochettes travel and hide.  I wish I could say I am done, but, I will be going this Friday for another treatment.   I hope to spread treatments out to twice monthly soon.  The costs add up and it does take time.  I am still trying to decide if I should save money and have a rife frequency machine  in my home.  But, they run around $3,000 to $4,000.  I can’t do that right now,

Aug 062014
 

As I posted before, I was diagnosed with Lyme late 2013.  I believe I have had LYME for over 20 years and know that it will be difficult to be completely LYME free.  I am convinced that I must build and protect my immune system.  I believe that treatments should include both conventional and alternative.  I began aggressive treatment December 30, 2013.    I took heavy antibiotics and anti-malaria medications through April of 2013.  At that time, I retested for LYME with the I-spot test.   The test showed that all of the heavy medications were doing their job and the LYME Spot count was 75% lower.  It was at that time that I decided to move away from Antibiotics and heavy medications.  They had brought me so far, but in the process had caused candida and gut issues.  I read Bryan Rosner’s book  “The Top Ten Treatments for LYME” and began to read up on RIFE frequency treatments.

I am lucky to have a alternative Chiropractor in my town of Littleton Colorado, who has had great results with RIFE for LYME and other bacterial infections.   He is able to do dermal scans to get an idea of bug load and location.  I then sit at his office for a fee and use the Rife frequency treatments.   I generally sit for 30-60 minutes each week.  I am now just taking Grapefruit seed extract Probiotics Krill , magnesium Vitamin B, CoQ10 and alpha lopic acid.  I take Kavinase for anxiety when I need it.  I also began drinking LIMU which is a interesting sea food product with Focoidan.

I have not purchased one, but may consider someday.  The machine he uses is called Wellness Pro  and run about $3800. I can’t afford to lay out that much money at one time.

I absolutely have seen improvement.  Last week, I felt as though I was catching a cold and I went into the office and used the rife machine for 30 minutes. Then sat in a Infrared Sauna to detox.   I felt better that afternoon.  I continue to have more consistent good days.

It is a marathon, not a sprint.  But, I take each take and try to enjoy especially when I feel good, which is more frequent now!

Praise GOD!

 

Jul 192014
 

A city girl from Denver learns the source of her chronic suffering…
and discovers that Lyme disease can strike anywhere

By Linda Warner, guest blogger

Let me start by saying that I am an overcomer of many things. I grew up in a very abusive alcoholic home, where my parents struggled to put food on the table. I left my home at 16 to enter an abusive relationship with my daughter’s father. I stayed in the relationship far too long, but knew it was not what God’s plan was for me. I put myself through school, even going on to get an MBA. I ended that relationship. But nothing has been more draining to overcome the Diagnosis of LYME. I know that God has given me the strength and the tools to overcome anything.

I am not sure when I got bitten by a tick. I experienced no bulls eye rash. What I did experience, seemingly from out of the blue, was bone-deep achiness and endless fatigue and anxiety. Psychiatrists diagnosed me with everything from PTSD to BiPolar. As a single parent, marathoner and hard driving, middle-aged sales rep for a major global pharmaceutical company, I told myself this was normal. After all, my work had me in and out of doctors’ waiting rooms all day long — of course I would be prone to picking up whatever the patients were bringing in. Plus, wasn’t this what all “women of a certain age” go through? One fall day in 1989, driving to a sales call, I literally fell asleep at the wheel. I awoke after colliding with a tow truck. While the truck driver was fine, I suffered a back injury and my body ached worse than ever.

The accident really scared me and served as a virtual “wake up” call to get help. Surrounded by doctors at my job, I had easy access to a wealth of professional advice and diagnoses. And everybody pretty much said the same thing: It was all stress and anxiety. Continue reading »