Living in the LymeLight: Sesame Hack

Got mycoplasma? If you have chronic Lyme, statistically you probably also have mycoplasma, the most common coinfection.

Dietary sesame or tahini is included in Stephen Harrod Buhner’s protocol for healing mycoplasma infection. But before I got sick, I never ate sesame. I didn’t even know HOW it was eaten. (Sesame seed buns don’t count.)

I’m no cook, but I do enjoy the eating end of it. I gave up wheat/gluten, corn and peanut butter because I developed sensitivities to all of them. That rules out a lot of foods. But I’ve found a gluten-free sesame cracker and sesame “dip” that even passes the taste discernment of gluten-eating friends. One commented that this combination tastes like peanut butter.

Artisan Nut-Thins and organic tahini are easy to find in most groceries, so they’re easy to bring to events. I enjoy them straight from the packages, but if you or yours misses the taste of slightly sweet peanut butter, you could stir a few drops of stevia into the tahini before you start dipping.

Enjoy, and please come back for the next installment of Living in the LymeLight!

Living in the LymeLight

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There’s more to healing than the physical. In this series I share ten body/mind/spirit practices to help us live in the LymeLight, from stealthy back to healthy. Each will be posted separately during the holiday season.

  • Allow
  • Pace
  • Load
  • Paradox and Spirit
  • Gratitude
  • Balance
  • Movement and Exercise
  • Discernment and Intuition
  • States of Mind and Emotion
  • Responsibility and Power



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