Lyme Disease is becoming a lot more prevalent these days, or so we are told. It is believed that up to 1% of the population could have it. That is a lot of people who have, apparently, been in fields, forests, on the moors or somewhere that ticks can be found, subsequently happily carried on for days, sometimes weeks, carrying an infected tick, and done nothing about it. And how many ticks are there that are likely to infect us? Probably less than 1.5% of all the ticks that can be found in the countryside. To me these figures just do not add up. But there is a caveat to this which happened to me; a couple of years ago I was in the horses’ field cutting the borders with no shirt on. When I finished my wife came to pour some cold water over me and found a tick happily sitting in my belly button! I did not feel it and it had not “gorged”, but it might have done. But anyone washing regularly should, surely, find a tick. We therefore must ask, is there another source of this plague?
So what is Lyme Disease? Lyme disease is a Bacterial Infection – Borrelia burgdorferi, which according to the leading experts would have to lie near the top of the list of « nasty infections ». These worm like bacteria cause Lyme Disease, which was first recognised in the US in the early 1970s among patients in Lyme, Connecticut. (1) It has not been identified long thus we might have one reason for the rapid escalation in reported figures. People are becoming more aware of it. In my work I am getting a lot of people asking for help to cure it, a not easy task, because it takes some cracking – literally. The bacterium is like a rotten nut; its putrid inner part is protected by a strong outer shell. By the application of chemical medication as directed by any doctor, where they try to kill the inner part they take no note of the need to break through the outer part. In short the mainstream chemical route is a non starter unless the sufferer is very lucky.
If we turn to natural remedies there is possibly a way to combat Lyme Disease. I say possibly because I have no clinical proof of this but in my experience and from reports from clients, it works. The first part is to crack the nut ; to do this we need 120,000 iu Serrapeptase Strong™ taken over no short period of time. Serrapeptase of quality can dispose of dead protein which is the make up of the outer shell of the bacterium. As the shell is removed then the bacterium needs to be attacked. This can be done by the use of Curcumin99™ the purest form of Curcumin available which enhances the immune system, kills off the “enemy” and aids recovery. The taking of a small amount of Curcumin99™ on a daily basis will assist in the protection against Lyme and other serious diseases. Protection can also be helped by the wearing of clothing to protect the body when at risk. Also, we have found that the application of sunflower oil on the legs of the horses appears to be a good deterrent; other oils may also work.
Now we need to look at the people who contract Lyme Disease. As mentioned above it is a relatively recent find for the medical industry. However, in the natural state it must have been around long before it was found. Taking into account the natural “learning curve” of research into the disease, I have posed to many people more intelligent than I the question “are ticks the only source”? And the response of many is “no”. We have much to learn about Lyme disease.
John Osborne is a self-trained Naturopath with over 35 years of experience. Of an engineering formation, he looks at the root causes of people’s problems to discover the “why” rather than the “visible”. Using all forms of a natural approach, John includes phototherapy, homeopathy and aromatherapy among the means of aiding people to find a solution to their problems. John is not a doctor, so cannot diagnose, but works with the leading authorities in the world on the natural ways to cure serious illness.. His advice is given free and he is readily contactable via his website Remede Naturel.