He used Allimed for six months and then wrote us this recovery story. Unfortunately, he decided to stop Allimed at six months and then the Lyme symptoms returned. Because he did so well, he decided to use Allimed for another year.
From what I read regarding how long it takes to get rid of Lyme, it can be anywhere from 1-2 yrs. As we know, the spirochetes develop into cysts. Since they are dormant and protected by the cystic wall, it makes sense that Teasel Root is an excellent addition to Allimed because of how Lyme can be in the body for so long without becoming symptomatic. Teasel is known for drawing the spirochetes into the blood stream and leaving the bacteria vulnerable to the immune system and anything antibacterial.