Lyme disease most often presents with a characteristic "bull's-eye"
rash, erythema migrans, accompanied by nonspecific symptoms
such as fever, malaise, fatigue, headache, muscle aches (myalgia),
and joint aches (arthralgia).
The incubation period from infection to onset of erythema migrans
is typically 7 to 14 days but may be as short as 3 days and
as long as 30 days.
Some infected individuals have no recognized illness (asymptomatic
infection determined by serological testing), or manifest only
non-specific symptoms such as fever, headache, fatigue, and
Lyme disease spirochetes disseminate from the site of the tick
bite by cutaneous, lymphatic and blood borne routes. The signs
of early disseminated infection usually occur days to weeks
after the appearance of a solitary erythema migrans lesion.
In addition to multiple (secondary) erythema migrans lesions,
early disseminated infection may be manifest as disease of the
nervous system, the musculoskeletal system, or the heart. Early
neurologic manifestations include lymphocytic meningitis, cranial
neuropathy (especially facial nerve palsy), and radiculoneuritis.
Musculoskeletal manifestations may include migratory joint and
muscle pains with or without objective signs of joint swelling.
Cardiac manifestations are rare but may include myocarditis
and transient atrioventricular blocks of varying degree.
B. burgdorferi infection in the untreated or inadequately
treated patient may progress to late disseminated disease weeks
to months after infection. The most common objective manifestation
of late disseminated Lyme disease is intermittent swelling and
pain of one or a few joints, usually large, weight-bearing joints
such as the knee. Some patients develop chronic axonal polyneuropathy,
or encephalopathy, the latter usually manifested by cognitive
disorders, sleep disturbance, fatigue, and personality changes.
Infrequently, Lyme disease morbidity may be severe, chronic,
and disabling. An ill-defined post-Lyme disease syndrome occurs
in some persons following treatment for Lyme disease. Lyme disease
is rarely, if ever, fatal.
WHAT TO DO...
Full program advised.
*RED CLOVER - clean blood - 6 daily
*OREGON GRAPE - 8 droppersful a day
LYMPH GLAND CLEANSE HY (HIGS) -
6 a day
*THIM-J - builds immune
SUMA COMBINATION - energy - anti-viral
SILVER SHIELD, OLIVE LEAF, COLOSTRUM, rotate antibiotic herbs
VITAMINS & MINERALS
*VITAMIN C - bowel tolerance - 10 grams
B-COMPLEX - energy
*SUPER-ANTIOXIDANTS 1 twice a day w/meals
MILK THISTLE COMBINATION - liver support
GRAPINE HIGH POTENCY - 1 mg per lb. body weight per day
*FLAX SEED OIL - reduces inflammation also MSM
Drink a lot of chlorophyll water daily.
See Candida, also Colema - implants helpful
1. Our very existence is dependent upon the body's ability to utilize minerals because
: If food is not digesting properly, it creates waste that builds up downstream in the colon... an open door to toxicity & diseases!
: "Friendly gut bacteria play a crucial role in preventing diseases, from cancer to obesity".