This section is dedicated to the list of supplements often prescribed to a Lyme patient. Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.


Pain, Anti-inflammation, and circulation
Neurological / Ticking
Gut Support
Lymphatic Support
Urinary / Reproductive Organ Health
Brain Fog

Pain, Anti-inflammation,  and/or Circulation

(Arranged alphabetically. These supplements combat pain by way of anti-inflammatory properties, or circulatory properties, or both)

(Astragalus membranaceus) For inflammation, immune support, gut support, colds, blood pressure, and stress.

Bone Set:
(Ague-weed) For inflammation, joint pain, and cold symptoms.

Cat’s Claw:
For inflammatory, joint, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal support and immune system support,  AND it aids in the bodies ability to fight microorganisms at the cellular level too.

Cod Liver Oil, Krill Oil, Omega Oils:
For inflammation,  mood, kidney function, hormone levels

Helps protect the breakdown of cartilage; most especially due to inflammation

fungi, for inflammation, fighting infection (free radicals), stress and energy.

For anti-inflammation and the immune system

Japanese Knotweed / Resverstrol:
found in grapes, grape leaves, red wine. One of the top substances recommended for Lyme patients, not just an anti-inflammatory, but a inflammation regulator

Lipoic Acid:
For nuropathy, energy, pain, antioxidant. It’s a fatty acid found in yeast, spinach, broccoli, potatoes, and organ meats (liver kidney)

(mollified citrus pectin) For inflammation, detoxification

Neurological / Ticking

Passion Flower:
For mood, circulatory aid.
Disclaimer: Please research side effects if you are taking anything else for circulation or depression.
Study on Passion Flower for anxiety:

antioxidant for anxiety, nervous conditions, and convulsions.
Information on skullcap from the University of MD:

LDN, Low Dose Naltrexon:
NOT A HOLISTIC SUPPLEMENT! Therefore, here is an explanation as to why is is added to this list: Simply put, this drug is given in substantial doses to assist addicts in recovery as an inhibitor. It’s a strong opioid antagonist.  In very LOW DOSES, it helps the body produce it’s OWN endorphin’s in the brain and adrenal glands, in-effect relieving pain, AND it can also assist in mood. Prescribed for neurological symptoms for a host of diseases.
More information on LDN:

Gut Support

For gut healing

Milk Thistle:
For liver support

Acetylcystein: N-Acetyl L-Cysteine
For gut health. Protects the liver from toxicity.

for the gut, increasing white blood count in the sick. It’s a temperamental algae. Take the time to find a quality source. Chlorella includes amino acids, vitamins, pep-tides, proteins, sugars, and nucleic acids.

enzyme for the gut, most especially to do with the pancreas.

Lymphatic Support

“Lymphatic system: The tissues and organs, including the bone marrow, spleen, thymus, and lymph nodes, that produce and store cells that fight infection and disease. The channels that carry lymph are also part of this system.”

Red Root:
For lymphatic support

Urinary / Reproductive Organ Health

Saw Palmetto:
for bladder, urinary, and reproductive health. Also good for menstrual problems, pelvic inflammatory disease, and it’s a nerve sedative.


Valerian Root:
For relaxation, muscles and mood

St  John’s Wart:
For relaxation, anxiety, mood

check out more information on mood supplements in our Depression area of the website.

Fatigue / Energy

Meyer’s Cocktail:
An IV treatment that lasts about 30 minutes. The treatment includes energy boosters and inflammation reducers including Vitamin C and a  couple B Vitamins. Know to help issues like asthma, arthritis and Lyme patients, but it’s been used by any number of energy depleted patients.
More information:

Check out more information on vitamins, especially the B’s in Lyme- Vitamins

Brain Fog

For brain “Fog” / concentration, bark extractsuggested; 10 drops in 4oz glass of water 4x / day

ACN Neuro:
for memory and cognitive function. List of ingredients includes Ginseng, Sage, Ginkgo biloba and many more. It’ s a spray that you spritz in your mouth, swish and swallow.



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