A Comparison of Lyme Disease Antibiotics Doxycycline and Oil of Oregano
Tired of Lyme Compares 2 Popular Antibiotics Used to Kill Off Borrelia Burgforferi, the Lyme Disease Spirochete
When it comes to treating Lyme disease, the most common conventional weapon of choice by treating physicians is doxycycline. On the opposite side of the modality spectrum, a very common holistic weapon of choice being oil of oregano.
Born: Doxycycline was developed in the early 1960s
Main Ingredient: Doxycycline or C22H24N208
Common Uses: E. Coli, acne, Chlamydia
Directions for Use: Taken 2 hours before or 2 hours after magnesium, aluminum, calcium, iron and zinc. Taken on an empty stomach before or 2 to 3 hours after eating. Must avoid excessive exposure to direct or artificial sunlight.
Swallowing Method: If swallowing pills are an issue, Doxycycline may be opened and taken with apple juice or apple sauce.
Blood Thinner: No
Destroy Probiotics: Yes
Resistant Bacteria: Yes
Safe While Pregnant: No
Oil of Oregano
Born: Oil of Oregano has been used as far back as 2200 year by Hippocrates
Main Ingredient: Carvacrol or C10H14O
Common Uses: Dandruff, nail fungus, arthritis
Direction for Use: Dilute with a carrier oil such as coconut oil or extra virgin olive oil 50/50. Should never be used undiluted as it is a hot oil; It can burn. Taken on an empty stomach or with food
Swallowing Method: Taken with empty veggie capsules. If swallowing pills are an issue, oil of oregano may be taken with a small shot of coconut or almond milk.