I recently stumbled on these pictures posted over at biofilmcommunity.org – a picture is worth a thousand words, right? I you are nottreating the biofilms with one of the tree specific enzymes for dissolving biofilms in you body, then you will not get rid of chronic Lyme. (See http://www.lymeneteurope.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4267.)
It doesn’t matter if you are on IV antibiotics or using a Rife machine at home – you need to destroy biofilms where the infectious bacteria thrive in their protected “city”. (See PLUS One medical research by Eva Sapi PhD at http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0048277.)
Serrapeptase is the most popular. See New Hope For Chronic Cases Of Lyme Disease Part Three) and is available from Dr. Cowden (Nutramedix). Take as directed.
Lumbrokinase is also effective. See New Hope For Chronic Cases of Lyme Disease Part One and is available from Allergy Research Group.
Last but not least is Nattokinase. See New Hope for Chronic Cases of Lyme Disease Part Two and is also available from Allergy Research Group.
Don;t confuse the spirochete’s cyst form with a biofilm – one is very, very small and the other is big enough to show on an ultrasound.
There is ample evidence for the evidence of biofilms and their role in keeping people from recovering. It is simple really. In their innate intelligence, the bacteria has a survival mechanism that allows them to use our very own fibrin to spin a protective “wall around themselves. What begins incredibly small and almost unnoticed by our immune system, will over time grow to accommodate the growing colony. This happens simultaneously all over our bodies while we experience mild flu-like symptoms. Years later, it is quite a problem.
Thankfully more and more doctors across the country are treating for Lyme FIRST and people are escaping the dire condition of chronic Lyme.
Unfortunately, there are an estimated *3.9 million people in the US with chronic Lyme disease already.
If you or a loved one has chronic Lyme disease, make sure you have a good LLMD and are treating the biofilms too. And remember you are not alone.
* Estimates vary wildly. IDSA insists Lyme disease is hard to get and easy to treat with 2 – 4 weeks of Doxy (100 – 200 mg) and ILLADS insists it is easy to get and hard to get rid of unless it is caught quickly and hammered with antibiotics AND that potential coinfections are also treated. Read Dr. Horowitz’s book for a more thorough medical explanation.