By Bryan Rosner on Jun 27, 2010 in Research | comments(0)
With all the wild and unsubstantiated claims running around the internet for just about every supplement available, it is a breath of fresh air to have an independent university study confirm the health effects of a popular Lyme supplement or supplements: in this case, Nutramedix Samento and Banderol.
The study was called “In Vitro Effectiveness of Samento and Banderol Herbal Extracts on the Different Morphological Forms of Borrelia Burgdorferi.” It was conducted by Akshita Datar, Navroop Kaur, Seema Patel, David F. Luecke, and Eva Sapi, PhD of the Lyme Disease Research Group, University of New Haven.
You can access the study via PDF or on the website of the Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. To learn more about the products in the study, visit the following Nutramedix websites:
Disclosure: Nutramedix engages the services of BioMed Publishing Group for our “flyer insert advertising program” and several other advertising programs. However, BioMed Publishing Group was provided no incentive or compensation for this blog post.
By Bryan Rosner on Jun 27, 2010 in Supplements | comments(0)
Wouldn’t it be powerful if dozens, or hundreds, of Lyme sufferers could exchange information about which supplements are working for them, in real time? Here is your chance to share your favorite supplement – the one you took with breakfast this morning – and to learn about the supplements other Lyme sufferers are currently using. Just click here to visit our Facebook page, where you will find that the most recent poll question on the page focuses on this very question. Anyone, even those without facebook accounts, can read about all the supplements people are talking about. If you want to share your supplement(s), simply log in to your facebook account before visiting the page, and then click “like” on our facebook page, and then you will be able to share!
By Bryan Rosner on Jun 15, 2010 in Politics & Activisim | comments(0)
Looking for a unique perspective on Lyme disease? Try picking the brain of an anthropologist who himself recovered from chronic Lyme.
That is the theme of the newest Lyme disease book on the market: Healing Lyme Naturally: History, Analysis and Treatments, by Wolf Storl.
Learn more about the book here or purchase it here.
By Bryan Rosner on Jun 7, 2010 in Geographic Incidence | comments(0)
Helke Ferrie just published a new book on Lyme disease in Canada. Very informative. We now have copies in stock. Click here to learn more or click here to add to cart.
By Bryan Rosner on Jun 4, 2010 in General News | comments(0)
Please contact me if you are aware of or have had personal experience with any outstanding cancer doctors or clinics. I am in the preliminary research of possibly publishing a cancer book.
By Bryan Rosner on Jun 3, 2010 in General News | comments(0)
The email went out too late; if you weren’t able to listen to Connie’s Radio interview, you can do so here in an archived, recorded version:
By Bryan Rosner on Jun 2, 2010 in Conferences & Events | comments(0)
From Connie Strasheim, author of Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment:
Tomorrow I will be participating in a podcast panel on Lyme disease, along with Pamela Weintraub, author of “Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Disease Epidemic”; Dr. Leo J. Shea, III, Vice President of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) and Phyllis Mervine, founder of the California Lyme Disease Association (CALDA. The link to connect to the show is at: