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Lyme Disease

As many of you know Lyme disease has become very prevalent in our area. It is a very insidious spirochete that buries itself deep into the tissue and frequently mutates, so you never know if you ever have gotten rid of it. It has become more widespread, with the onset of the much hotter temperatures.

I myself recently came down with a case of it. My symptoms were headaches and a persistent tight band that started underneath the base of my skull and went down the left side of my neck into my left shoulder. Almost felt like a band within the connective tissue that wouldn’t let go. Others may experience flu like symptoms, brain fog and joint pain. Left untreated it can enter into the Central Nervous System and wreak havoc.

Weeks of this (atypical for me) neck pain propelled me into the doctor’s office where a blood test revealed a much higher titre level for Lyme disease. I did a course of antibiotics, but still felt pain and tightness in my neck and couldn’t turn my head to the left. A friend told me about his success with high frequency radio waves that penetrate the body and break apart the cell wall of the pathogen. Remember the opera singer shattering a wine glass with her voice? I have been experimenting with the frequencies and have seen great healing results. It felt like my body was being cleansed at a very deep level. Think of this as deep detoxification, cleansing the body of the Lyme disease spirochete and other co-infections.

Nutrition Response Testing has been invaluable in knowing what my body needs. I truly feel having been feeding my body high quality organic food for the past 2 years, as well as taking whole food supplements and powerful herbs, has strengthened my Immune System. All have been important in healing Lyme’s.

Tips:
Avoid deep wooded areas. Do not lie down in the grass. Be protected-cover yourself completely if you decide to go into a wooded area. Get checked by a friend after being outside.