Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Coiling update, May 2012

I've been coiling for Lyme for five months, so I figure it's time for an update.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, my initial experiments in coiling for Lyme resulted in brutal headaches and other symptoms followed by a few days in which I felt much better - and had more energy - than I had in a very long time.

After four sessions in January using 306 Hz, I decided to switch to 432 Hz. I made this decision because a friend stressed that, while 306 is more effective at killing Lyme spirochetes than 432, it's also harder on the body. "Doug Maclean said he was vomiting up blood," she told me.

[Update: I've since learned that it was 655 Hz, not 306, which made Doug vomit up blood. I've heard that Doug considers 306 Hz to be less effective at killing Lyme spirochetes than 432 Hz.]

So in early February, I started over at 15 seconds on 432. I didn't get much herxing at 15, 30, and 45 seconds, which is the longest I'd gone at 306. When I reached 60 seconds on 432, the brutal headaches returned, only now they didn't start until about four days after the coiling session.