Vibrational Medicine for PANDAS Diagnoses from Andrea Candee

A new diagnosis is on the rise for children called PANDAS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal infections). Some parents, following a Strep throat infection in their children, have noticed a rapid onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and/or tic disorders such as Tourette syndrome. These children may be more sensitive, more emotional and hyperactive, with uncontrollable tics like recurrent eye blinking, word repetition or odd noises coming from their throats.

Master herbalist Andrea Candee has had success working with children who’ve been diagnosed with PANDAS. She uses liquid vibrational remedies in the form of water that’s charged with the frequencies of the offending strain of Streptococcal bacteria. The technique is similar to the phenomenon of glass shattering in response to an opera singer’s high note. Due to identical frequencies, they cancel each other out. Thus, vibrational remedies are created to cancel out the frequencies of pathogens, in a safe approach to fighting antibiotic resistant bacteria. Candee uses similar vibrational remedies to address chronic Lyme Disease in both children and adults.

Candee says that children who are already prone to developing PANDAS may do well taking an antibiotic along with the vibrational remedy, to avoid recurrence of the uncontrollable physical and behavioral symptoms.

Andrea Candee is a master herbalist and author of Gentle Healing for Baby and Child. She has a practice in Westchester County and can be contacted through her website,, or at 877.856.7680.

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