This section is dedicated to the Lyme supplements that are known to have some affect on Biofilms and disease. Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.


Immune Support
Systemic Anti-disease supplements
Biofilm Busters
Detoxing Supplements

Immune Support:

Note: Often times classified as “immune support” supplements because they are very much multi-functional / full-bodied supplements. Other times they help the body metabolize medicines. 

Lion’s Main:

For general immune support. Known to be good for the kidneys, liver, spleen, stomach, and even the heart as well as digestion, strength, and brain function. A nootropic mushroom (AKA Hericium Erinaceus, Sheep’s Head, Bear’s Head and Yamabushitake.) Believed to contain 32 different elements including minerals Potassium, Zinc, Iron, and Selenium, all of the major amino acids, polypeptides and polysaccharides. More about Lion’s Main:
Lions Main / Vitamine Shoppe:

Colloidal silver:

An immune support supplement. Permeates cell walls. In other words; used to assist your medicines by helping them get into your cells. Used by lyme patients as well as patients of other diseases.
More information on Silver Hydrosol:
Amazon: dropper version of the silver hydrosol

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.



Systemic Anti-disease supplements:

A systemic antibiotic, known to be used for malaria

For inflammation, anti-spirochetal

aka qinghao su, for the treatment of malaria. Systemic antibiotic. Currently being tested as treatment for many other diseases.




For inflammation, anti-spirochetal

Bee Venom Therapy:
Bee Venom is an anti-spirochete
Controversial Lyme Treatment. Please do your own research on the method, and consult your Lyme Literate Doctor.
More information on Bee Therapy:



Biofilm Busters:

This is a varied list of supplements that have proven, in small contained studies, to bust through bio-films. In other words, while proven in a Petri dish, they have not been proven to dismantle Lyme in the human body. (Including oregano and garlic!) This is an interesting on-going field of study.
More about Biofilms:

For immune health

Disodium EDTA:
For heavy metal detox.

The best is Nutrimedix, but the other extracts were also found to be effective.
More information on the study:

Carbohyrase/Protease enzyme complex:
Enzymes for the gut.

Colloidal silver:
An immune support supplement. See more on this above in the immune support section.


Supplements that have been shown to have “some” ability to bust biofilms.

For anti-inflammation and the immune system

Oregano Oil:

Saccharomyces Boulardii:
Probiotic often used by Lyme patients. See Lyme Probiotics

raw garlic, turmeric, apple cider vinegar, probiotic foods (dandelion greens, onion garlic)



Detoxing Supplements:

Clinoptilolite Zeolite:
detox heavy metals

Disodium EDTA:
detox heavy metals

Grapefruit seed extract, parasite cleanse.
(terrible taste to some people. Try adding it to juice. Or try making your own capsels, search for empty vegitarian capsels on Amazon or your online pharmacy of choice.)

For more information on cleansening products: Products- Cleanses


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Medical and FDA Disclaimers:

Medical Disclaimer:
Common Sense dictates that the following is now added: Please note that recommended reading and its practicum, product information, physical therapies, and any and all advice presented in this collection is intended for the convenience of the reader. For advice on medical issues you should always consult your local medical practitioner.

FDA Disclaimer:
The products and their practicum shown on this website or discussed in our communications have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Those seeking treatment for a specific disease should consult a qualified physician.

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