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Lyme disease is an infection caused by Borrelia Burgdorferi, a type of bacterium called a spirochete that is carried by deer ticks. If untreated, the bacterium travels through the bloodstream and can affect the skin, joints, nervous system and other various organs. With early diagnosis, treatment is ususually very effective; if treatment is left until the disease has progressed, some symptoms can linger for months or even years. It would be advisable then to examine yourself for ticks if exposed to deer and in "hot spot" areas, the quicker the tick is removed the better. If you are bitten, be alert to symptoms such as a red rash around the bite, joint pains or flu like symptoms.
We strongly recommend the "Natural Antibiotics" - Colloidal Silver
and Olive Leaf Capsules
. Ongoing research may eventually restore Colloidal Silver
to its once accepted status as probably the most versatile and effective natural agent against bacteria. It has a hugely important bonus in that bacteria find it almost impossible to develop resistance to it. Olive Leaf works on fungal, bacterial and viral infections. It also has other benefits such as anti-oxidant effects and can be helpful for the circulation. Please see the full Olive Leaf Extract Capsules
article for more in depth information.
We also recommend Zell-Oxygen
for all health conditions particularly where the immune system has been affected - a product that has many years of successful clinical use behind it and can justly be described as an essential supplement. Rich in all B Vitamins as well as A, E, D, K, beta carotene, minerals, trace elements, and amino acids such as Methionine, Gluthathione and Cysteine. Followed by Co enzyme A and Co enzyme Q 10. plus a number of other enzymes, serves to raise the overall level of health which and would certainly be helpful in cases of Lyme Disease.