Wild Apple Leaf Lyme and Arthritis Relief

Sun, May 31, 2015 – Day 304 – A cyst broke


I figured out what has been happening here recently. A few days ago, I woke up to something that I thought was acid reflux or something. It is apparently some sort of cyst that burst in the upper right side of my neck. Eeeeew! I feel so much better now though after a tough spell. What the hell was that thing? I went through earaches and a headache… well, it is all documented here. It feels like pressure is relieved there now. There is a void where it was. The stiffness and right side tooth pain is over. I guess my immune system mopped up the mess inside there that it must have been.

I have been reviewing sci.med.diseases.lyme . If you don’t have an nntp newsreader, you should get a free one. It is a great resource. Maybe it is just me being geeky. Here is one such gem from there May 21…


“Summary There is increasing concern that most current published research findings are false. The probability that a research claim is true may depend on study power and bias, the number of other studies on the same question, and, importantly, the ratio of true to no relationships among the relationships probed in each scientific field. In this framework, a research finding is less likely to be true when the studies conducted in a field are smaller; when effect sizes are smaller; when there is a greater
number and lesser preselection of tested relationships; where there is greater flexibility in designs, definitions, outcomes, and analytical modes; when there is greater financial and other interest and prejudice; and when more teams are involved in a scientific field in chase of statistical significance. Simulations show that for most study designs and settings, it is more likely for a research claim to be false than true. Moreover, for many current scientific fields, claimed research findings may often be simply accurate measures of the prevailing bias. In this essay, I discuss the implications of these problems for the conduct and
interpretation of research.”

No financial preference here, or is there? Even though we are open sourced to get the ball rolling, I would love to have braggin’ rights and a Nobel Prize. So definitely prove me wrong here. I’ll just say you are prejudiced. lulz “Wild Apple Leaves cure Cancer!!!” Make the most outlandish claim possible. “Successful arthritis and common cold cure also found to cure Chronic Lyme Disease and Cancer.” Bring it on! You know it is a total trainwreck when the latest study is that studies are wrong. These pinheads are going nowhere in a leather upholstered azz plant position of superior inferiority. They say they spent 2.3 trillion to do nothing last year. Gee, wonder why? Now we have a study showing it may have been better to take a blowtorch to the cash drawer and cut out the middlemen. Let’s strain the babies out of that flood of bathwater doctors will clamber to surf on.

At that lyme newsgroup, there is another study of the seasonal activity of black legged ticks in northern California. They come out when the rain starts in November. They are preaching to the choir here. Rainy days in June bring them out in force here. The peak infectious season there is May through July they say. I concur here too, although nobody tests, so nobody would ever know. We had two infections at least within a week, but the Wild Apple Leaves made the bugs keel and drop off somewhere. A week after, a doctor found no evidence of where they were attached. There is another paper on infectious causes of stroke. We know that first hand. It happened to me 8 years and two weeks ago. Now there is a paper. I do put stock in the study that all studies are bullshzt. I studied the sources. Standard engineering due diligence we call it, like the kind that finally took Bre-X down. Duh!!! This ain’t Monsanto cherry picked narrower than one Planck Length Bought bullshzt by a couple Party School Ph.D.’s that is so common these days.

We are privy to a lot of unknown information now that really helps us parse studies for what is really happening, like the whole biofilm erosion process. We know why immunosuppressive therapies are not a sustainable solution. The short term statistical gain shows that by killing the patient’s immune system, it no longer causes any problems… or good either. They can ignore the good part because it no longer will exist. Fzckin’ boneheads, we think. It doesn’t take a degree in rocket surgery to figure that one out. That was bought by the immune system killer drug manufacturers, and/or some really dumb fzcks.

We know that chronic disease has been around a lot longer. The worms have been around for 6,000 years hiding it. Well, surprise! This shzt has been here since before we have. Now you are going to need engineers to burn down that shzthouse dumbfzcks have been building since that day after Eve ate the Apple. Now they say the CDC is caught up in a huge influence peddling scam for money. I guess they have been dead or in Edmonton as we say here. This is news? Preaching to the choir is good practice though… Teenage Stroke Linked to Lyme.


Back pain is a common symptom among patients presenting to the acute medical unit. We describe the case of a 55-year-old man with a brief history of fatigue and severe back pain, unresponsive to escalating doses of opiate analgesia. Blood tests and imaging studies were unremarkable and a functional diagnosis was considered. Several weeks into his admission he
developed a lower motor neurone facial nerve palsy. He was treated with antibiotics for an incidental finding of a hospital-acquired pneumonia on imaging, which remarkably led to the resolution of his facial palsy and allowed a dramatic reduction in analgesia. This triggered further investigations; identifying Lyme neuroborreliosis as the cause of his symptoms.

Time after time, the bell is being rung. We have a new better way to address lyme without antibiotics, and more than just that it seems. Wild Apple Leaf takes a long time, but it is sustainable. You may be different, but then again, I was likely the worst case scenario. “Paige Larkin, Yolanda (Foster)’s best friend, who also has Lyme disease, added: “We need to make Lyme disease easy to diagnose and simple to cure – and I hope we can do that quickly.”” We thought we had that all, but as a test, it turns out there maybe be false positives from other non-Lyme nematodes. The other implication is that control actually has undiagnosed Lyme. Who would know though? We have a backup in blood microscopy. When the cure is this cheap and simple and benign, it is like Cimax, the Lung Cancer Vaccine from Cuba; Just treat everybody when it costs $1 a dose. It is frustrating that I see people suffering from Lyme Fog, knowing full well that is the first thing to clear up in like 72 hours with Wild Apple Leaf. There is that pseudo pneumonia effect too which salts of potassium treat to alleviate fast. Before, we just took high dose Vitamin C. The Potash is what really kicked that into overdrive though. You realize all that biofilm will take a long time to dissolve. How long? Not sure, but at least I made it to day 304. It is still dissolving as we type since I tried some high power old stock on the shelf here for that lingering earache above where that cyst blew up. The particular leaves it was made from went a little moldy before drying completely, but they are a bit more powerful for some reason.

No Fzckin' 1We have nothing for this in Canada, and you have to stay away from doctors because they will just commit you. It was a blessing in disguise. We found the entire system was totally broken, contaminated, dysfunctional, and corrupt. Our track record with apple leaves is 5 for 5 chronic diseases and their’s was 0 for 5. It has taken 60 years to screw up this bug bitten body. It might take a year to get it fixed, or even just stop the root cause. Stay the course anyway. That is my mantra.

Sure, there is no “I” in eng1neers, but there is a No. Fzckin’ 1!!! Ask Neil Armstrong… lulz. Yep. I started this, and I’m gonna finish it. There already has come hell AND high water. Canada is in denial with the largest swarms of bugs in the world. Bugs are where it all comes from. Turns out the little buggers have a Lyme Epidemic (now Powassan) themselves. What would you do with such a psycho criminal that still denies it given those facts? I think they need a heapin’ helpin’ of some Wild Apple Leaf Salad Hospitality! Y’all come back now, y’hear? For now, I’ll try to keep my several dozen quadrillion lil’ friends at bay… I after all, did cut a deal with them. I’m not going to renege. I told them I’ll get them outta this pickle alive if they can get me out, where they have a multi trillion dollar bounty on their lil’ head. Fzck the humans though if they don’t wanna know. lulz


Author: Joe1Smith

I am a relic. I thought I would chronicle what I found out about it here.

3 thoughts on “Sun, May 31, 2015 – Day 304 – A cyst broke

  1. This documentary was shown today on our national TV channel in Finland. The narration was in Finnish, but I found it online in English also. Very well done, and brings forth almost all the problems associated with the disease.

    They also interview Dr. Eva Sapi, who says they are discovering so many new aspects of the disease they are unable to even publish all the new findings.



    • I told Eva Sapi back last September about the Apple Leaf thing, and I can just imagine how that has progressed so far. It will turn your whole preconceived notions of Lyme upside down when all the nematodes come out. Then there is the whole biofilm erosion part after that. Not one single existing treatment deals with ANY of that. lulz


      • Would be really interesting to know if she has taken a look at it.

        My mother told a friend of hers who had Lyme, but was cured with antibiotics about Apple Leaf. The friend didn’t even blink.

        There’s a strong normalcy bias even among Lyme people. At least for those who are cured. People who haven’t yet been cured are probably more receptive to new ideas.


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