Lyme Disease Book Reviews
The First Epidemic of Climate Change
by Mary Beth Pfeiffer
“American medicine pretends to understand this epidemic. It pretends to have a handle on it. It does not.”
Myths, Truths, and Practical Solutions for Chronic Lyme Disease
by William Rawls, MD
The author, a physician who overcame Lyme disease himself, offers an overview of holistic and non-toxic therapies for healing and symptom control (including pain, depression, insomnia).
Natural Healing and Prevention of Lyme Borreliosis and Its Co-infections
by Stephen Harrod Buhner
Master herbalist Buhner outlines the most potent herbal medicines and supplements that offer help, either alone or in combination with antibiotics, for preventing and healing Lyme disease.
The Impact of Lyme Disease on Your Brain, and How to Reclaim Your Smarts.
by Nicola McFadzean Ducharme, ND
“Lyme brain” – a constellation of symptoms that can include short-term memory loss, difficulty with focus and concentration, anxiety and depression. This book offers strategies to combat this condition.
The Legitimization of a Disease
by Dr. Ginger Savely
Morgellons disease afflicts a subset of Lyme disease patients. It’s characterized by the presence of multicolored filaments that lie under, are embedded in, or project from skin. This book compiles what’s known about this still-mysterious condition.