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In "Healing Lyme Disease Naturally, "anthropologist Wolf D. Storl shares his own success in overcoming a difficult, sometimes deadly disease that is reaching epidemic proportions. When he was diagnosed, Dr. Storl refused standard treatments because of antibiotic intolerance. Instead, he researched healing systems of various cultures including Traditional Chinese Medicine, ...more
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Published January 1st 2011 by North Atlantic Books (first published 2010)
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Mischenko
Mar 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
For this review and to learn more about Wolf Storl, please visit www.readrantrockandroll.com

Healing Lyme Disease Naturally by Wolf D. Storl is a book about Lyme Disease and how to achieve a total cure naturally.

I picked this up because we recently had a pediatric case in our family that needed attention. After visiting multiple doctors we were told the only way to battle the disease was to take a 21 day course of antibiotics and retest a few months later. We noticed even after the antibiotics, t
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Kmorgenstern
Apr 06, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love Dr. Storl's books, no matter what he writes about - and he has covered quite a range of subjects. This book is fascinating in that it reveals something of the process through which we can discover treatment approaches to new viruses by examining our human relationship with their relatives that may have plagued our own relatives before - such as is the case with the Borrelia spirochete that appears to be responsible for causing the current Lyme epidemic. This virus is a relative of the syp ...more
Kimberly Harris
I am not sure how to rate this book. He gives really excellent information on herbs and the traditional uses of them. One of the last chapters about the history of syphilis is also very interesting.
But he also mixes in a ton of random information, conspiracy theory type ideas, and shares a lot of different ideas on treating Lyme that isn't filtered through his personal experience, a doctor's clinical experience, let alone research. If this book hadn't been recommended to me by someone I trust,
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Born in Saxony, Germany in 1942 with a green thumb and the gift of writing, and emigrating with his parents to the United States in 1954, cultural anthropologist and ethno-botanist Wolf Dieter Storl has had a special connection to nature since childhood. His specific area of research is shamanism and healing in traditional societies with a focus on the role of plants in all aspects of life, includ ...more
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