Well, I don't have the final say regarding the rules of the forum, and I know that there are some rules about certain things, but I don't see any problem with giving recommendations for doctors, midwives, nutritionists, etc. any more than giving recommendations for products. If one of the other moderators knows something I don't, jump in.
Regarding Epstein Barr or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, basically the only thing you can do is get well. Nice, huh? If I wasn't sick I wouldn't need to get well and if I could get well I wouldn't be sitting here sick. Viruses are very insidious and hard to target. There is no magic wand that you can wave and make it go away. In fact, once you get a virus, it will most likely float around in your system for the rest of your life, waiting for an opportunity to strike. So something like Epstein Barr syndrome won't touch a person until they are weak in the first place. In fact, doctors aren't really sure that Epstein Barr is actually causing the chronic fatigue, only that it seems to be a common factor in sufferers of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. But, there are many millions of people walking around carrying the Epstein-Barr virus that are asymptomatic. So, again, we can't target the virus, and we're not even sure that virus is causing the problems. However, we do know that the immune system is extremely weak.
So, the recommendations above of cleanses and herbs to boost the immune system are great. Also I would add a daily regimen of vitamin C and propolis. Probably 1000mg of vitamin C every 1-2 hours for a while, and a propolis cap with it. GREAT immuno boosters. Lindy posted on another thread that these high doses should only be done a few times per week to activate the Killer Cells. Probably good advice. Oh, and elderberry. Elderberry extract is one thing that not only boosts the immune system, but also seems to make viruses very uncomfortable, so were it me, I'd probably be going through at least 8oz per week. Echinacea and Goldenseal are good and somebody can probably tell you the best way to take those.
Eat right. The problem is a lack of resources to deal with everything. Eating a bunch of crap and making the body deal with all of that in the weakened state is foolish.
Most people think that they will die during a water-only fast, and the Master Cleanse people tell you that there are no benefits from a water-only fast that you don't get with a Master Cleanse. Not true in my experience. I've had tremedous success fasting. If you're so tired you can't get up anyway, might as well be fasting? Just a thought. It is a great cleanse and seems to reset the entire system, as well as being a great time for spiritual study, introspection and worship.
Steph started doing some things to remove poisons a while back. She got something from the health food store, a small bottle with a dropper. Put about 20-30 drops in water. Not quite tasteless, but definitely painless. Also there were some kind of mustard packs for the bath. There was also something there for a cleansing foot bath and I've heard great things about those. Sweating is also a good thing, so regular steaming hot baths and excercise are great. Spirulina is another good cleansing agent. Foods high in antioxidants. All of these are good.
In my experience, most people have a yeast buildup to some extent, so capryllic acid, acidophilus and a good multi-strain probiotic, along with garlic is a good choice for that. In addition, do a parasite cleanse using black walnut.
So to sum up: Do anything and everything to boost the immune system. You can't attack the virus directly, but take care of all the other things with which the body is having to cope and free up resources for it to take care of the virus on its own.