Bob Cowart is not a specialist in infectious disease medicine. The medical ideas, health thoughts, health comments, products and any claims made about specific illnesses, diseases, and causes of health problems in this blog are purely speculative, hypothetical, and are not meant to be authoritative in any setting. In most cases, except where peer-reviewed studies and articles are cited, no comment or image has been evaluated by the FDA, CDC, NIH, IDSA or the AMA.

Never assume any United States medical body, society, or the majority of American physicians endorse any comment in this blog. No comment in this blog is approved by any government agency, medical body or medical society. Nothing in this blog is to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided in this blog is for educational purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for the advice from your physician or other health care professionals. This blog is not intended to replace or adjust any information contained on, or in, any product label or packaging.

No patient should use the information in this blog for the diagnosis or treatment of any health problem, or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a health care professional before deciding on any diagnosis, or initiating any treatment plan of any kind. Bob Cowart does not claim to be an expert in any illness, disease or treatment. In this blog, he is merely sharing one of his interests. Please do not start any diet, exercise or supplementation program, or take any type of nutrient, herb, or medication, without clear consultation with your licensed health care provider.

Lyme and Parkinson's treatment comments and reports of possible positive or negative treatment outcomes are hypothetical. No treatment should be rejected or embraced by anyone, based on the preliminary research and study in this blog. Some reports in this blog are the result of various novel dosing, self-initiated by proactive patients.

Additionally, Bob makes no claim that any statement in this blog is correct outside of his statements about his personal accounts of his experiences with specific treatments.

It is important to realize that any single lab finding or treatment outcome can have multiple causes, and not all of these may be known to this author. Therefore, all patients and health care practitioners should look for other confirmations outside this blog before beginning on any treatment plan, if possible. It is also fully appreciated that it is hard to diagnose Lyme and related infections, and to distinguish between neurological diseases such as Lyme, Babesiosis, Bartonella, MS, Parkinson's, ALS, CFIDS, etc.