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Wild Apple Leaf Lyme and Arthritis Relief

Fri, Jan 15, 2016 – Day 534 – Plugged with Pectin

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I got a huge wave of pectin from somewhere. It was that fast cold last night. It was like my breathing was plugged with a quart jar of jelly. I got snotterboarded, and had to take a rescue pectin enzyme. I have gone through half a roll of paper towels in an hour and a half. Serious phlegm expulsion from dead cold pathogens. Half came out of the sinus areas above my eyes. It was almost like a whole golf ball sized meningioma mass was dissolved, all in 12 hours. Bleccch! It feels like about 2 Kg. of sugar. Sickeningly sweet. The pectin enzyme converts any pectin it can permeate to simple sugars, and you feel the hyperglycemic effect.

Diabetics would go through an awful lot of insulin. I am not diabetic, but it completely kills your appetite. I haven’t felt that for 6 months. Bee pollen helped a bit. Makes it taste more like honey as the invertase converts it I suspect. It all serves to remind me of what happens when Wild Apple Leaves find a viable phage pathogen. The pathogens seem to explode, and liquify, biofilm and all. Getting it out becomes the main concern after it all gets overwhelming. I’m finally doing fine now with an old truck. Cigarette ash is potash. It helps breathing emergencies a thousand times better than an inhaler for me. It seems to rapidly lower the viscosity of the jelly to liquid.

MSIDSThat seems to be the way Wild Apple Leaves attack, or facilitate attack, on a lifetime of biofilm buildup. Some colds loosen it all at once seemingly. They seem to join the parasite biofilm party when apple leaves fast track them, but it is ultimately futile. I see that some Lyme posters are starting to realize that it is parasites as well, as per MSIDS 1b. It is a major component making it all chronic. Others try nasturtium flowers, but apple leaves expose a whole new nematode parasitic world from bugs. They got my arthritis with them. Ignore all the Lyme baggage. That alone is worth it for final arthritis relief. Of course it should be looked into, but it never will be. It was a lifelong debilitating condition prior to this. It was bug transmitted arthritis. I take it that it is fibromyalgia, Lupus, and psoriasis too, all rheumatic complaints. For now I just work through it with enzymes, potash, and some tequila.

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Author: Joe1Smith

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

2 thoughts on “Fri, Jan 15, 2016 – Day 534 – Plugged with Pectin

  1. Mike, we just recently found your ‘blog’ & are enjoying your writings very much. Hope you recovered from yesterday’s bug, whatever it was. Keep up the good works!! From a fellow Lymie who has walked away from the medical community when they ran out of answers… & fighting against all the odds. A&W

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    • I think it is a walking pneumonia like infection, so a mycoplasma based thing. No pain, as the apple leaves walloped that part, but left it lingering. The Wikipedia link for mycoplasma shows what can be done about it. Antibiotics targeting it might get it, but getting rid of all that biofilm is the only way to keep it from persisting I think. Our doctors are running a mental health cash cow here, so I don’t think I can count on them for much help.

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