Teasel root – Dipsacus – herb to cure lymes disease

Herbalist Susun Weed – Teasel Root tincture – find the best book and CD on curing Lymes disease called HEALING LYME by Stephen Buhner www.ashtreepublishing.com

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18 Responses to Teasel root – Dipsacus – herb to cure lymes disease

  1. digitalHis says:

    If you don’t mind a forward suggestion… Many people with chronic lyme disease find that if a person refers to it as “lyme’s” disease, then they assume that person does not know much about it. Thus, if you want to help people with lyme and have them take the video as a serious way to treat lyme, it might help to have it say “lyme disease.” Otherwise, they might not take it seriously. Thank you for showing us about Teasel Root.

  2. truemirror says:

    @maciejwrotek P.S. I am glad I didn’t step away from sticking with this for at least 6 weeks, because today, my hand herxed, starting at an old injury on my finger, where it was cut to the bone in the wilderness of canada with out medical treatment for a few weeks until our water plane came to get us, that was over 35 yrs ago, so these lymes buggers definetly set up home in injured tissues, and I’m having a time of it with my skin, I think I need to up some blood detox.

  3. truemirror says:

    @maciejwrotek I’m finding your observations very interesting, please feel free to message me anytime with your findings, it seems we are both just learning about it’s possiable cure, I won’t know for sure for a while, but I’m hopefull, I imagine that I will always use teasel, because I will always be an outdoors person, and because it helps my spine, knee, and neck injuries.

  4. truemirror says:

    @maciejwrotek make a huge batch that will last six months to a year, you don’t have to adjust dose until you make a new batch, when I sold it, I used weight to volume, and measured the distilled water to match the correct proof, but even than, all plants, harvest times & locations will change it’s potency, the best thing is that teasel is safe for most people, so a few drops off will not cause poisoning, best time I found to harvest is late winter early spring. But all year still works well.

  5. maciejwrotek says:

    @wisewomantradition so one makes teasel root tincture by eye ? Because amount of the root in the tincture will determine how many drops are effective, is not it ?

  6. maciejwrotek says:

    @truemirror That is what i wanted to know. I have an idea that perhaps teasel in smaller doses works as a palliative, and i higher induces herxing and can lead to pathogen eradication Perhaps it is better to spread the dose through the day so the chemicals were present and worked in smaller concentration constantly in the blood.

  7. truemirror says:

    @maciejwrotek oops sorry didn’t answer your question very good, I used for years 3 drops once a day, sometimes twice, recently I upped the dose to 4 drops 3x a day, and went through horrific herxes (& I live alone so that was pretty stupid to jump up the dose so fast) it was horrid sets of herxes, now I am doing so much better and am stronger. I think I’ve been only keeping it at bay, until now.

  8. truemirror says:

    @maciejwrotek I used teasel for broken bones in my spine, & found out I had lymes, not fibro, MS or CFS, this year I upped the dose to 4 drops 3x a day & will continue for the six weeks +, I just now learned of the possibility of cure. Start with 1 drop a day, than slowly add more, herxs can be painful & scary, I’m not feeling like I still need the 4drops, but promised mom I would stick to it, I’ve had lymes for about 40 years.

  9. maciejwrotek says:

    @truemirror 3 drops 3 times a day ? or 1 drop 3 times a day ?

  10. maciejwrotek says:

    @wisewomantradition and it induces herxing ?

  11. truemirror says:

    I make my own tincture, the difference between using teasel root, or not using teasel root, is the difference between being bedridden or not, it works for me, though I’ve never used more than 3 drops, perhaps I should up the dose. I go back to being sick when I don’t use it, so I don’t know if it cures or it puts one in remission.

  12. gonePRIMITIVE says:

    do you know if teasel leaves are edible either in the 1st or 2nd years ?

  13. wisewomantradition says:

    use the tincture as per Matthew Wood suggests, 3 drops three times per day for six weeks.

  14. wisewomantradition says:

    fresh teasel root, chopped up, place in a jar to fill half way, then fill the jar to the top with 100 proof vodka..let sit minimum of six weeks…and use as per Matthew Wood suggests, 3 drops three times per day for six weeks.

  15. freqazoidiac says:

    Teasle grows like wildfire in Southern Ontario and I have seen it growing here on Vancouver Island in abundance. Thanks for the great video. Any practical method of using the root? should it be dried first, or can you use it raw? What kind of ratio? Thanks!!

  16. MzProgressive says:

    Dear WiseWoman –

    How is the tincture used for Lyme? As a tea? Is it available readily commercially?

    Lyme is said to never be “cured” – it “morphs” through different stages and can be very difficult to diagnose and treat. I would like more information on this -please?

  17. wisewomantradition says:

    it shoudl be fine to harvest the dried seed heads…the plant no longer needs them.

  18. MixtressTV says:

    Ok so is it wrong fro me to wanat to take the heads of the teasell and make an interesting bouquet? I think they are beautiful.

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