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Neuropathy is a complaint reported daily by people with Lyme and co-infections. I have had severe symptoms of neuropathy and now that I have treated and learned tools, I have minimal complaints. Below you will find the most helpful reported by members and additional helpful resources. I felt the most significant improvement with Lion's Mane and ALA. For immediate topical relief, I always have the Nutrasal on hand.

I greatly empathize for those that feel this. It always scared me and the intensity of this pain is extremely scary at times. It is also very hard not to react to it, even if you are in public. A symptom that was hard to hide for me.

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My lyme doctor has me use the Pure Encapsulations brand of this. I take the 200mg formula twice a day. My Dad takes the 600 mg. Usually this product is around $38, but it is available for $28 above.


I take this in Pure Encapsulations brand, called B Vitamin Plus. Quicksilver and Nutrasal have a good liposomal version as well. All these brands are 25% off too. Pure is $19 instead of $26. Quicksilver is $38 instead of $51.

All of those contain the B12 form methylcobalamin for methylation issues.


All the top brands are available on the 25% off discount. Euromedica, Designs for Health and Integrative Therapeutics are top picks.


An important part of most of our protocols for good reason. I've used since day one. Personally I use Liposomal Glutathione by the top brand Quicklilver ($38 instead of $51) and Results RNA spray for convenience, taste and cost when traveling or on the go. ($30 instead of $40 with discount).


I prefer the two brands Organic India and Gaia for this one. My doctor likes those two. Both 25% off above. I usually use the tea to reduce pills.


I buy the Mushroom Wisdom brand as my doctor also stocks it in his office. It is called Super Lion's Mane. ($25 instead of $34 with fullscript discount)


This is a fast acting circulation and recovery cream. Worked great when I had Chillblains too. I have bought this many times. I used for my Dad's diabetic neuropathy and it is the only topical that worked for him. The benefits are kinda WOW. Usually $35, but it is only $26 on the 25% off fullscript discount above.

Be sure to look at Nutrasal PPC 900 product too. It is an essential part of my protocol now.


I strongly support and suggest one: ROSITAS cod liver oil. Cod liver oil has the added benefits of vitamins A and D. Amazing brand and I can not take Vitamin D so it is a double duty supplement for me. It is $48.74. Don't pay $65 elsewhere.


I now only use the Allergy Research brand Magnesium Ascorbate for Vitamin C. Magnesium Ascorbate is a buffered, non-acidic form of vitamin C and is considered gentle on the stomach and a top recommendation if you have histamine issues (which I do). It is usually $30, but with the discount, it is $22.49. Camu camu is another option

ALL of these above can be found for 25% off here:


*Peripheral neuropathy is often sharp, stabbing or burning pain. It is usually reported in the hands or feet. Damaged nerves kind of send a signal between the brain and the skin and things go wonky.

*Small fiber neuropathy is a form of peripheral neuropathy but it presents with different sensory sensations like pain and temperature but it can also effect heartbeat, breathing, bladder control and digestion. This one is not as known or studied.

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Disclaimer: Rise Above Lyme makes no claims about any possible benefit of using any product mentioned within this site. Always consult with your doctor before adding anything. The information shared is based on personal experience, years of accumulated researched resources from Lyme Literate doctors and polls conducted within Lyme groups from actual patient experience using these solution ideas.


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