Margaux Gunning’s Lyme Hack:
Margaux Gunning wants to discuss using ozone for chronic Lyme disease. It’s highly beneficial and just not talked about enough in the Lyme community. It’s important to ozonate your blood as much as you possibly can. Ozonated water is the cheapest option. You can also look at ozone injections. Full blood ozone is another option through an IV. There are so many options when it comes to ozone. Ozone in a nutshell doesn’t necessarily go after and kill the pathogens, viruses, and bacteria, which we all know are prevalent in chronic Lyme disease, but what it does is boost the immune system so we’re not just in a “kill, kill, kill” mode causing extreme herxheimer reactions. Most leading Lyme doctors like Dr. Richard Horowitz, Dr. Daniel Cameron, Dr. Bill Rawls, Dr. Jess, and more agree regulating and supporting our immune system is necessary to recover from chronic Lyme disease.
Margaux is a 30-year-old wellness expert from San Diego, California. Her Lyme disease journey began while she was studying culinary nutrition at one of the top culinary arts programs in the United States. For several years after graduating from college, Ms. Gunning struggled with progressive migrating health issues. Her “random” symptoms included “unmanageable foot pain” and “rashes” requiring frequent hospital admissions. During one hospitalization her pain was diagnosed as depression and bipolar disorder triggering her to scream because everything “was so out of control.” Ms. Gunning adroitly outmaneuvered years of medical diagnostic failure. She excelled professionally and socially until she was entrapped by a doctor offering a hormone therapy. Two doses of Lupron Depot robbed her of her health, rendering her bedbound and unable to speak or toilet herself. Desperate to reclaim her life, Ms. Gunning’s research and “gut” directed her to the famous Amen Clinic where a SPECT scan was utilized to diagnose her with Lyme disease. Locating a diagnosis allowed Ms. Gunning to work with a plethora of Lyme literate practitioners to rebuild her physical and mental health. If you would like to learn more about how a beautiful mind rose from the ashes of medical diagnostic and treatment negligence, then tune in to episode 204 of our Tick Boot Camp Podcast!