FAQ

Lyme-N is a proprietary combination of natural, inorganic compounds and organic molecules that possess inherently antimicrobial properties. The ingredients in Lyme-N are “Generally Recognized As Safe,” or GRAS (a term used by the FDA and EPA).

Lyme-N quickly penetrates pathogenic microorganisms, selectively disrupting protein and nucleic acid structures. The action produces a lethal effect on spirochetes. Certain components of Lyme-N possess antibacterial-like, antiviral-like, antimicrobial-like, and antifungal-like action, and other components act to chaperone those active components safely and effectively into the body.

Adverse reactions reported have been sore throat and coughing (resolved with a mentholated cough drop) that remediates after treatment was stopped. No other adverse reactions have been noted.