In my book, The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments, there is a chapter on the Marshall Protocol, which helped me tremendously in my recovery. Since the book was published, many people have said they feel the Marshall Protocol is not a valid treatment. So, I like to see other success stories similar to mine and I like to post them, to add validity and credibility to the Marshall Protocol. Here’s one that appeared today on a discussion group:
I just wanted to put out to the group that I have been using the Martial
Protocol now for 6 months. I don’t post much on here but if anyone wants to know
more I would be willing to answer, and I will try and keep and update on how I
I like others have tried many things, spent alot of money. I came across the MP
about 2 yrs ago and wasn’t willing to try it. Due to nothing else working was
willing to give it a try with not much trust in it, but it is cheaper and I
needed to do something more. But to my surprise it is working.
I want to say I also rife on a regular basis and have great herxes from this. I
purchased the Doug Coil Machine not quiet a year ago. I herx for Mycoplasm,
Bartonella, and Lyme, I have played with times and how often I treat. I do one
every week for 30 min a time and rotate the 3, and this seems to be working. If
I do too much, my nervous system gets way out of wack.
The MP consists of taking a blood pressure pill called Olmetec every 6 hrs, and
a low dose of Minocycline and a diet consisting of no VIt D, you never get above
the dose of 100mg, you are on this for about a year, called phase one. Then
another small dose of ABX is introduced along with the above. This is called
I am amazed at where I am at today, I almost gave up in believing anything
worked for us lymies. I am able to have many more good days than bad, I still
have the bad, but they pass and are tolerable, I have had symtpoms that have
left that I look back on and say to myself, was it really that bad. I sleep now,
I may have the odd bad night. My headaches have cleared, I get the odd one, but
mainly stress brings them on. I actually have the energy to endulge in things I
enjoy. My depression use to be so dark at times, now I can handle it much better
before I spiral down and can’t see the light.
I have an amazing, passionate doctor who also has lyme and his wife. He was an
MD and saw his wife suffer, untill one day, he said enough. He is now an
Integretive Doctor and he and his wife are well. He has a very busy practice
and takes time on his own at home to answer patient emails. He makes very little
money on treating lyme patients in his practice, and this to me speaks huge
volumes about his passion for helping people.
Be Well, Keri