Lyme Disease, is there a natural treatment?

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    Ok people, the title says it all. Any assistance is appreciated.
     
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    doing my organic growing course ,we were given 3 species /types of weeds to do a short background report on each--one of mine allocated was the japanese knotweed and i found out this has been trialed as a treatment for some of the symptoms caused by lyme, sadly though it might not cure an advanced or severe case--but could offer some relief
     
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    John Mionczynski is an herbalist in the state of Wyoming, USA. In this PBS broadcast he says that he was able to cure his disease through Chinese and Native American herbs. You might be able to contact him and get more information ?
     
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