I found my lyme-literate practitioner by going to http://www.lymenet.org and going to the discussion forums posting under the "Seeking Medical Doctor" tab. These names are not posted online because many of the doctors have been persecuted for treating lyme. In fact I know of someone personally who was just brought before a medical hearing board and punished for treating lyme. So they are careful wiht the names, but someone should e-mail you.
The liquid oxygen -- that is actually sort of a supplement. Let's see....(getting the bottle)...it's called Dynamo double buffered stabilized oxygen. it adds oxygen energy to drinking water and has oxygen bearing salts with added chlorophyll. it is buffered to release the oxygen in your digestive tract and colon. All's I know is the little spirochetes don't like oxygen, the little anaerobic buggers.
What they don't tell you on the bottle is that this stuff tastes foul (mint flavor, my foot), kind of like bleach. So I lick a few drops of peppermine essential oil before I squirt some under my tongue and then I drink some water. But that's just how I do it.
My dilution rate on the Bowen test was 1:64, which I believe is the second highest. However, My LLNP said that you can't tell much of anything from the dilution rate, some people are really sick with a low rate and vice versa. So I don't put too much stock in it, although the prevailing theory is that the higher the rate, the more active they are in your blood as opposed to in your tissues. Take it with a grain of salt. But it's still definitely a positive.
I tested negative for babesia and erlichia through Bowen, but positive for Bartonella on the Western Blot. But I still think I have babs as they can only test for a few strains. Have you been tested for bartonella too? Bowen only does the other two. Might be something to think about.
I am not yet taking the Curando...but I believe you take it in a way similar to the samento. I think it's meant to be used instead of samento although I don't know what the harm would be in using both. I think I may do some samento and then stop and do the curando and then keep going back and forth. Gotta keep those buggers on their toes lol.
I have no idea where I read about the 4 week cycle of the spirochete, but you may want to chek out lymenet's archives. I know I've seen info about it in several articles so hopefully it shouldn't bee too hard to find.