This section in dedicated to a quality list of resources on Lyme Disease and other Tick-born diseases or “co-infections.” Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.

“Tis better to understand than to be understood.” – Saint Francis of Assisi



Recommended Websites
Books for general Lyme knowledge
Researching and Purchasing your books


Websites Resources:

If you suspect Lyme, PLEASE find your local LLMD!!! 
ILADS; International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society:
Note: Optionally, sometimes your local Lyme disease support group will have a running list of the LLMD’s in the surrounding area. These Doctors come from all backgrounds; they are GP’s, Pediatricians, Neurologists, Infectious Disease Docs. They know the best testing facilities (usually IGENEX). MORE IMPORTANTLY: They understand ALL the current testing is flawed and they will treat based on symtomology. If you suspect Lyme PLEASE find your local LLMD!!!

What is (One of our absolute favorites!!! Easy to navigate and understand info on Lyme!)

How to read IGENEX test results:

A website that keeps a running list of LLMD’s by state:
(We don’t know how well they keep this list up, but it looks thorough!)


National Capital Lyme Alliance:

Lyme Disease Association:

Tick Encounter Resource Center:

PHA: (excellent collection of science articles)

Crisis Awareness

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741-741.

Suicide Prevention Website:


Books for General Lyme Knowledge:

Horowitz, Richard MD. Why Can’t I Get Better? Solving The Mystery Of Lyme and Chromic Disease. New York: St. Martin’s Pres, 2013. Print.

Horowitz, Richard MD. How Can I Get Better?: An Action Plan for Treating Resistant Lyme and Chronic Disease. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, October 25, 2016. Print.

Singleton, Kenneth B. MD MPH. The Lyme Disease Solution. South Caroline: BookSurge Publishing, 2008. Print.

McFazean, Nicola, ND, The Lyme Diet: Nutritional Strategies for Healing from Lyme Disease, BioMed Publishing Group, 2010. Print

Buhner, Stephen H. Healing Lyme: Natural healing and Prevention of Lyme Borreliosis and It’s Coinfections. Raven Press, 2005. Print

(For people with Bartonella and Mycoplasma)
Buhner, Stephen H. Healing Lyme Disease Coinfections: Complementary and Holistic Treatments for Bartonella and Mycoplasma. Vermont: Healing Arts Press, 2013. Print.

(For People with Babesia and Ehrlichia)
B Buhner, Stephen H. Healing Lyme Disease Coinfections: Complementary and Holistic Treatments for Babesia and Ehrlichia.. Vermont: Healing Arts Press, 2015. Print

Makris, Katina, Out of the Woods: Healing Lyme Disease – Body, Mind, and Spirit, 2011, print.



Researching and Purchasing your books:

  1. Check out your usual book stop. They can order it in if it is not readily available.
  2. Most of these books can be found easily on Amazon for a good price, but comparison shopping is recommended. Don’t forget, you can order the used books cheaper! Check e-bay too.
    Check out the “reviews” section on Amazon. Usually, the “most helpful review” will have an overview of what’s right and what’s lacking in each book. This can be very helpful when you are trying to decide which book is right for you, whether you shop with Amazon or not.
  3. Don’t forget your local library! 🙂 



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