Wild Apple Leaf Lyme and Arthritis Relief

Sat, April 9, 2016 – Tapping The Haters

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Day 618. The Panama Papers are having trouble that way. I marvel at how Trump has hit the hot button, making the people who hate him most give him more free advertising on Facebook. The entertainment business is like that where any news is good news. If Ernie Els could tap into the media of that viral 6 putt at Augusta, he could give Trump a run for his money. Make the haters commit suicide by bringing on the heat.

GrandChallenges.ca has a mosquito trap that does that to combat Zika. The Japanese call the technique Aikido. Use the opponents’ strengths against themselves. Apple Leaves do it with Vectors. Of course it can be a bit prickly because you are in the middle as the bait for the vector. Bring them into your permethrin lair.

In forestry, entomopathogenic nematodes can be used against pine beetles. We know the vectors have nematodes. I suspected it is them who do the acaricidal duty, killing the vector. If we could only find an entomopathogenic parasite of human disease vectors. Failing that, apple leaves appear to use the vector nematodes by shocking the already resident nematode out of the vector, killing the vector.

There has to be a whole new field of human nematodology opened up. Nobody knew that vectors were leaving them happy in humans for decades. If you don’t remember ever being bit by a bug, safe natural apple leaves will jog your memory when they make the nematodes drill out of the bites. It makes them entomopathogenic if they are still in the bug. Worms don’t like apple leaves.

There is more research done on the varroa destructor bee parasite mite. Maybe there is a nematode hiding in it too. Honey Nut Cheerios is helping bees more than medicine helps victims downstream from Lyme arthritis. It affects their cash flow st General Mills. Helping Lyme Disease  victims affects their cash flow in medicine.




Author: Joe1Smith

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

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