Marge Keough will be in store to discuss her prodcut that uses the invasive knotweed plant to help with lyme disease symptoms. The process uses the bark and deep orange fiber from local, wild-harvested, old-growth Japanese Knotweed rhizomes (a potent source of resveratrol) is hand-shaved and chopped into fine pieces. Extraction methods follow Stephen Buhner, author of Healing Lyme, and Steven Martyn/ The Sacred Gardener protocols and processes to maximize the medicinal potency of this tincture, which is made in small batches, using 80-100 proof grain alcohol and pure Vermont spring water. As old-growth rhizomes are especially nutrient-dense, half of your prescribed dosage may be sufficient.
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