Wednesday, January 14, 2015

$25 Lyme Disease Test

What is Lyme Disease? 

Think you might have Lyme disease? 

If you have any of the Lyme diseases symptoms, any of the 300 different ones, you really might have an infestation of the spirochete bacteria of the family Borrelia burgdorferi. It attacks the weakest spot on your body and therefore it looks like many diseases. You can take the $25 Lyme Disease Test by clicking on the link below. But who is to say that this highly contagious bacteria is not in all 300 diseases? 


Highly Contagious!
Lyme disease (Lyme Borreliosis) is a bacterial infection that is highly contagious from people to people, animals to people, people to animals, and is considered to be only spread by ticks.  Spreading Lyme by only ticks is not true! You may develop Lyme disease if you are bitten by any biting insect, licked by a dog that has been bitten by an infected insect of any kind including a tick, by having sex with someone who has it and so many other ways. It's even said it can be airborne for a time from a sneeze.

Lyme disease is most commonly known as a tick-borne disease in The United States. It also frequently occurs in Canada, Europe, and Asia.

Lyme disease is very contagious and is easily transmitted from person to person.

What causes Lyme disease?

Lyme disease has over 300 sets of symptoms and is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and 5 or more other bacteria called co-infections. When ticks were infected with this type of bacterium escaped from Plum Island, they first appeared as a sickness in Lyme, CT. It was thought that only ticks could transmit it by biting humans or animals. Once infected, you may develop Lyme disease within a few days or weeks or years. If it was called by its original name: Syphilis (the first cousin to the Lyme disease spirochetes), there might have been a wave of panic.

How can you catch Lyme Disease?

In the United States, all biting insects, ticks, fleas, etc., may carry Lyme disease bacteria as well as contact with people and animals. All members of a family will have Lyme if one member has it. 

It is crazy to think that only Deer ticks and Western black-legged ticks are the ONLY ones able to transmit the Lyme bacteria. This is disinformation released to hide the facts that there are many, many ways to transmit Lyme disease. There is an unreported epidemic by the CDC and the number of infected are growing by hundreds of thousands each year. Symptoms are numerous, terrible and very debilitating for those infected. It is highly contagious.

Where Did Lyme Disease Come From?

Near the end of World War II, a group of US Special Forces went to all the scientific research centers in Nazi Germany to collect the scientist and their work. The name of that effort was called Operation Paperclip. Those scientists were brought to the US and set up in laboratory facilities and told to continue the research they were doing for Hitler. They would remain permanently in the United States as naturalized citizens. 

A Nazi microbiologist named Erich Traub had been trying to get insects to transmit syphilis for Hitler’s war efforts and was finally successful here in the US.
In theory, insects of all types, particularly the biting species, can be used as disease vectors in a biological warfare program. It got out of containment on Plum Island and appeared as sickness on the coastal cities. Lyme disease was set free upon the people of the US.

What are the symptoms?

Early symptoms can include an expanding circular rash like a bulls-eye shape called erythema migrans, and flulike symptoms, such as body weakness, joint pain, aches, fatigue, and mild fever. In the United States, about 80% of people with Lyme disease develop a circular rash at the site of the tick bite or in other places.  However, some people don't have any symptoms in the early stages of Lyme disease because their immune systems are taking care of it. Not everybody gets tick bites. That's just a story

The incubation period—the time from when you are first infected until you develop symptoms—is usually around 7 to 14 days, but symptoms can develop anywhere from 3 to 31 days after you are bitten. A person may wait years before showing symptoms because the body itself will make a small amount of chlorine dioxide to fight off infections. A stressful experience lowers the immune system, and many almost dormant diseases will appear.

If the early stage of Lyme disease goes unnoticed, later symptoms can include swelling and pain in joints (similar to arthritis); numbness and tingling in the hands, feet, or back; persistent fatigue; weakness; poor memory and reduced ability to concentrate; and weakness or paralysis in the muscles of the face.

How is Lyme disease diagnosed?

Lyme disease is diagnosed by evaluating your symptoms and medical history and determining whether you have been exposed to infected insects, people or pets that have it. Having the characteristic expanding circular rash is usually a sure sign of Lyme disease. Blood tests, such as the Lyme disease test may be used to confirm a diagnosis but are not usually necessary or practical for every insect bite, or unprotected sex. Most people, who are bitten by a tick or other biting insect, will not develop Lyme disease.

Misdiagnosis of Lyme disease is common because of the bacteria that cause the illness are difficult to detect with current lab tests and because symptoms of Lyme disease sometimes closely resemble those of 300 other illnesses.

How is it treated?

Taking water purification drops (MMS) is an easy solution to killing this plague. The water purifier when activated makes chlorine dioxide, the most powerful killer of bacteria in the world.
Treatment with antibiotics usually does not cure Lyme because Lyme germs can run and hide from this treatment. The spirochete has three completely different forms:
  1. A snake-like bacteria able to travel both forward and backward
  2. Cell wall deficient jelly-like mass - makes antibiotics useless
  3. Hard cell encysted for protection against antibiotics
Water Purification drop treatment is killing all three stages of the spirochetes quickly and completely. As far as we have observed no medical doctor is authorized by the AMA or drug companies to prescribe MMS. Over ten million users of MMS (Water Purifier) in the world have had a 99% success rate in killing the root cause of many diseases - killing bacteria, virus, mold, and fungus.

Chronic Lyme Disease
However, if Lyme disease goes undetected or is not properly treated, the hundreds of problems involving the organs, skin, joints, nervous system, muscles, digestive system, and heart may develop weeks, months, or even years later. These problems usually improve after chlorine dioxide treatment but may reappear unless the treatments are continued for a year or two. There are no known side effects from taking the Water Purification drops (MMS). The Syphilis like bacteria is even known to bore into the bones. That is why it is a good idea to keep taking Water Purification drops long after the improvement is seen.

Most people with Lyme disease who are diagnosed early and treated appropriately have no long-term disabilities resulting from the disease, but since it is unreported most doctors don't consider the disease and that is a problem. Others, who have chronic Lyme, may be diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and threatened with joint replacement.  In my opinion, developed from my personal experience with Lyme disease, they just need to use MMS Protocol 1000 using water purification drops, which when activated is chlorine dioxide. It took me two years to completely eliminate the spirochetes by taking the Water Purification drops.

See video of Herb Roi below!

1 comment:

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