Lyme organisms are constantly evaluating their environment, finding places in the body to hide from your immune system, manipulating inflammatory pathways and scanning for outside threats they needs to evade.
Drilling Into Bones
The organisms screw-like shape allows them to dig deep into the bones and joints so that antibodies in the blood can’t get to them, nor can any other herb or antibiotic. (This is why frequency therapy works, because sound travels through bone and muscles to kill them.)
Rotating Between Forms
Step 1: Your symptoms are produced by spirochetes, the active form of Lyme organisms. As detailed above, spirochetes have a screw like shape, and a tail that propel them throughout the body causing damage. They also use many other tactics to get into other body areas such as the brain.
Step 2: When antibiotics enter the blood stream, spirochetes sense danger and morph into their round body form, essentially hibernating and producing no symptoms!!
This is the reason so many people feel like they are getting better within the first few weeks of antibiotics or other therapies. In these round body forms, the organisms are essentially playing dead, they have no metabolism, they can survive antibiotics, starvation, changes in the body’s temp and pH and immune responses!
Step 3: In this round body state they are still evaluating their surroundings, changing their genetic structure in order to outsmart the antibiotics.
Step 4: When the organism is no longer under attack because
- You have stopped the antibiotics
- They have found a safe place to hide in the body, away from the danger
- They have figured out how to change themselves so the antibiotics can’t hurt them
This is when they morph back into spirochetes and your symptoms reoccur!!
Doxycycline: will decrease the spirochete population by 90% in someone taking the drug, but the round body population doubles… and doxycycline can’t kill the round bodies. Again, this is the reason for feeling better within the first couple of weeks, but when the round bodies morph back into a spirochete, the symptoms are back!
Amoxicillin: reduces spirochetes by 85-90% and RB forms by 68%.
Motronidazole: lowers RB levels by 80% and spirochetes by 90%.
Tigescycline and tinidazole: lower spirochetes and RB forms by 80-90%. Again without a therapy that is reaching the spirochetes in the bones, or targeting the biofilms, the antibiotics will only reduce their levels for a time.
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