As low as 1 Teaspoon (5 droppers full / 5ml) per day for small and sensitive individuals.
As high as 2 Tablespoons (30 droppers full / 30ml) per day for larger and robust individuals.
Herbs can be taken at one time or dosed several times per day.
Average dose is 1 Tablespoon (15 droppers full / 15ml) per day.
Higher doses are used for acute and/or severe symptoms, lower doses are used for milder symptoms and/or longer term maintenance.
These herbs are most often taken mixed with a cup of hot water (like a cup of tea), but they can also be mixed with cold water or taken as an undiluted shot!
Lomatium Root / Lomatium Dissectum
Artemesia Annua / Qing Hao
Polygonum Cuspidatum Root / Hu Zhang
Chinese Smilax Root / Tu Fu Ling
Honeysuckle Flower / Jin Yin Hua
Dandelion Flower / Pu Gong Ying
Turmeric Tuber / Yu Jin
Rock Rose Leaf / Cistus Incanus
Ghanaian Quinine Root / Cryptolepis Sanguinolenta
Astragalus Root / Huang Qi
Isatis Root / Ban Lan Gen
Patchouli Herb / Huo Xiang
Chrysanthemum Flower / Ju Hua
Cat’s Claw Root Bark / Uncaria Tormentosa
Scutellaria Root / Huang Qin
Black Walnut Hulls / Juglans Nigra
Gardenia Fruit / Zhi Zi
Fresh Ginger / Sheng Jiang
Red Jujube Fruit / Hong Zao
Resveratrol from Knotweed Root
Artemesinin from Artemesia
Organic Cane Alcohol (20%)
Within several days to weeks of beginning a course of Peekay’s No Time For Lyme Step Two, patients usually start to feel shifting of symptoms and an improvement in their condition. The treatment time with No Time for Lyme can take up to several months and during this time, some patients will experience detoxification or Jarisch-Herxheimer symptoms, which is a temporary worsening of symptoms as the pathogenic factors die off. A small portion of patients will experience a benign, uniform and itchy red rash on their skin that signifies the Lyme toxins are leaving their body. These symptoms indicate the body is clearing the Lyme and is usually followed by significant improvement in symptoms.*
For addressing the symptoms of Lyme disease and related co-infections such as Erlichiosis, Babesia and Bartonella. This includes flu-like symptoms after a tick bite, fever, chills, sweating, fatigue, body aches, joint pain, brain fog, nerve pain and digestive disturbances.*
If in doubt, always consult your doctor or a licensed health care provider before taking any medications, over-the-counter drugs, supplements or herbs.