Lyme Disease – Lyme Treatment

httpv:// offers protocols for Lyme disease. Lyme Disease is a bacterial infection caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and contracted from the bite of an infected black-legged tick. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed 30000 cases of Lyme disease in the United States in 2009. noted Lyme disease is found in all areas of the United States, but the east, midwest, and west coast have the highest incidence rates. Symptoms of Lyme disease include fevers, headaches, fatigue, muscle pain, and a localized skin rash. In some people, the rash occurs in a circular pattern that looks like a target, called erythema migrans. The rash appears at the tick bite location between a few days and a month after a tick bite and the Lyme infection. Additionally, the Lyme rash can spread eventually to other locations on the body. Ozone Autohemotherapy — Properly controlled and administered Ozone is useful for many ill people. Normal human cells are not harmed by the oxidation of properly prepared ozone because they have naturally occurring antioxidants to protect them. On the other hand, viruses, bacteria, and many parasites do not have antioxidants protecting them because they do not use oxygen to live as human cells do. When the ozone comes in contact with viruses, bacteria, and parasites they are easily killed. The Hitt Wellness Center specializes in major ozone autohemotherapy and uses specifically developed protocols based on well …

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  1. I also have a Lyme blog that is in the baby stages… my entire family of 5 was diagnosed with CLD, and it’s been an incredibly long road. My site is We have finally, after years of trying everything, including ozone saunas, found something that has improved our symptoms and even raised our CD 57 NK Cell numbers:)

    • Jenna Smith says:

      Hi Deirdre –

      I look forward to posting your story as soon as possible – please send a digital photo of your family…I’m glad you are all on your way to recovery!


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