Phosphatidylcholine is triple strength lecithin, helpful with nervous system support. Typically phosphatidylcholine is delivered via IV.

Phosphatidylcholine plays a role in reducing liver toxicity by nourishing the cell membrane and fortifying it against toxic buildup and infection. It can be helpful when treating individuals with brain related issues because the body uses phosphatidylcholine to make a brain chemical called acetylcholine.  Specifically it can help with brain related mood disorders, forgetfulness, and movement disorders. This can be very beneficial for individuals with neurological Lyme disease and Bartonella. There are benefits for other conditions such as gallbladder disease and high cholesterol. 

This treatment repairs mitochondrial damage. Improvements are typically reflected neurologically and in energy levels. 

Pros:

They are optimistic that this may be very helpful in treating Neurological Lyme damage.


Cons:

It is not accessible to everyone and still a very new therapy.

Like most Lyme treatments, it is not FDA approved.

Some Doctors order it from outside the country. The downfall to this is it may not be available all the time, forcing patients to temporarily stop the treatment while they wait for more supply. This can cause a significant relapse during the time off of the treatment.