Humans have been using plants for medicinal purposes since ancient times. Today, botanical herbal medicine is increasingly being integrated with modern allopathic medicine.
Recently, two experts in complex chronic illness reviewed the literature on which botanical medicines are most effective against three common vector-borne diseases.
In their research, they reviewed over 400 academic articles that discussed herbal, botanical or nutraceutical treatment evidence against Borrelia, Bartonella and/or Babesia. (“Neutraceuticals” are therapeutic substances derived from foods.)