Tick Bites and Lyme

Please see detailed information from Lynn of Natural Solutions, here-below, especially informative for health practitioners:

I am writing this to healers and humanity as a method I have been using to tackle the problem of bacteria left behind when a tick bites us.

Unknowingly we can have traces of this bacteria, often the Babesia, that can develop into lyme. I have found if there is an undercurrent of a virus such as Epstein barr, and this bacteria is in the blood stream, then when a chronic shock or emotional stress happens it causes, lets say a biological chemical reaction and the person develops Lyme.

The examination of autopsied brain tissues from patients who died of serious neurological conditions has revealed that many tick-borne infections, such as Lyme disease, go undiagnosed
and untreated. Board-certified pathologist, Alan B. MacDonald, MD, says his research shows “tick infections are not easily detected with routine tests, nor are they easily cured with short courses of antibiotics.”In my biofeedback work I do I find so many people with babesia in their body, even rocky mountain.

There is a nematode parasite that can cause Lyme. MacDonald found three Borrelia pathogens, including B. burgdorferi the causative agent of Lyme disease, thriving inside parasitic nematode worms, worm eggs or larvae in the brain tissue of nineteen deceased patients. These microscopic worms are endosymbionts, meaning the Borrelia bacteria dwell inside the worms. A tick bite delivers the nematode into the human body.
“Both the worms and the Borrelia pathogens can cause devastating brain damage,” said MacDonald. “Current tests, like the ELISA and Western blot, do not adequately detect the
presence of Borrelia bacteria.” MacDonald says his discovery also shows “while patients are wrongly declared free of Lyme and other tick-borne infections, in reality, too often they contract
serious neurodegenerative diseases which can kill them.”Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Ehrlichia (which is a genus of Rickettsiales bacteria) that are transmitted to vertebrates by ticks.
These bacteria cause the disease ehrlichiosis, which is considered zoonotic, because the main reservoirs for the disease are animals.

Ehrlichia species are obligately intracellular pathogens and are transported between cells through the host cell filopodia during initial stages of infection, whereas in the final stages of infection, the pathogen ruptures the host cell membrane.

Borrelia is a genus of bacteria of the spirochete phylum. Several species cause Lyme disease, also called Lyme borreliosis, a zoonotic, vector-borne disease transmitted by ticks. Other species of Borrelia cause relapsing fever, and are transmitted by ticks or lice, depending on the species of bacteria.

A few Borrelia species as Candidatus Borrelia mahuryensis harbor intermediate genetic features between Lyme disease and relapsing fever Borrelia.

Borrelia burgdorferi is a bacterial species of the spirochete class in the genus Borrelia, and is one of the causative agents of Lyme disease in humans.
Along with a few similar genospecies, some of which also cause Lyme disease, it makes up the species complex of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato. The complex currently comprises 20 accepted and 3 proposed genospecies Bartonella, which is a genus of Gram-negative bacteria.
It is the only genus in the family Bartonellaceae. Facultative intracellular parasites, Bartonella species can infect healthy people, but are considered especially important as opportunistic pathogens. Bartonella species are transmitted by vectors such as fleas, sand flies, and mosquitoes. At least eight Bartonella species or subspecies are known to infect humans. Bartonella henselae is the organism responsible for cat scratch disease.
Furthermore, some studies show that only 30% of patients with Lyme disease recall a tick bite. If people don’t even realise that they were bitten, how could they know how long the tick was
attached?

The longer a tick stays on you, the more likely it will transmit disease. It’s important to find and remove any tick as soon as possible.
A tick is uniquely suited to carry and spread Lyme disease. Spirochetes have co-evolved with ticks over millions of years. Tick saliva contains immune suppressors that help disseminate the bacteria throughout the host’s body. And, because ticks feed on many different animals, they can spread the disease widely.

This is my Natural Solutions method for dealing with tick bites.

Black Salve will only activate if the bite has left traces of bacteria in the skin:
Apply a very small amount of black salve on the bite area.
Cover with a cotton gauze dressing and hold down using a micro pore tape.
The Black Salve becomes a crust known as an escargotic.
This is the magic, so do not wash away the black salve at all.
If there is a problem the ‘crust’ will draw up the poison or bacteria, until eventually the ‘crust’ falls off, holding onto the diseased cells.

First application – leave on for 48 hours.
When you remove the dressing if there is slightly more redness showing, or the area has drawn up pus or plasma, you know that there is traces of bacteria lingering.
Then if needed, fill in any gaps to the circumference of the Black Salve originally applied. Do not use larger amounts than the size of the bite. Cover and leave for 48 hours.
Do not use Black Salve on the red area.
Do not use Black Salve if white spots or pimples or even pus is seen around the bite, just continue using on the bite itself.

Every 48 hours check and reapply or just monitor.
Often the body warms up to allow the bacteria to be drawn up, this can dry the surface area of Black Salve. If this happens, moisten with distilled water, a slight spray only.
It could take a few days or even a week or two to completely draw out the bacteria lingering depending on how long or how deep it has gone. It is better to allow the process to work in its
time than suffer something like Lyme later on.
When the Black Salve crusts falls away a small wound will be left.
Keep this clean using Bio-Sil’s colloidal silver.

If you feel you have had a few tick bites and are not aware of the possibility that there are traces of bacteria in you you can book a Biofeedback scan with me, and/or use Natural Solutions
Antibiotic taking 1-2 twice a day for a few weeks, and MMS to purify the body.

Yours In Good Health
Lynn
Natural Solutions

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