Some doctors still think it doesn’t exist. What is their game? I think it is just because the disease goes seronegative, or cannot be detected in blood and other serum tests, because the causative bacteria, borrelia, hides inside biofilm and nematodes in an endosymbiont fashion. It also seems there are nearly as many borrelia variants as there are biting and stinging insects, and not just ticks. Some may be the same, while some may be different in the same types of bug. It is known that you can have multiple variants at the same time. If there is really no test for all of that, they say the disease does not exist, and not the test. The trouble is biofilm and nematodes that hide the bacteria in endosymbionce. They live inside the worms where they can’t be detected until the worm passes some through. Then the bacteria is still cloaked by biofilm housing the worm.
If you are seronegative, you are out of luck in the current systems of healthcare where expenses have been cut to the bone. Serum testing is relatively cheap. The question is, by eliminating the worms with anthelmintics or apple leaves, will the disease still be seronegative without the worm and the biofilm to hide in? Easy to ask. Tough to answer. They just don’t test for it anymore. We saw yesterday that medical error is now the third leading cause of death in the US. In Canada, it might be errors of omission. They just omit half the book of diseases they feel do not exist in Canada. “Unknown” becomes a leading killer. There are no mistakes that you will ever know of.
The main thing is if you have Lyme Disease, you have this parasitic nematodiasis. Little worms from bugs are running the disease in you. They do not know about that yet or how to get rid of it. Dr MacDonald finds that it seems to mimic Onchocerca volvulous in a mammal host, vector, mammal life cycle in the case of Alzheimer’s while MS mimics SURRA. I found that apple leaves interrupt that equivalent borreliosis cycle, but the damage may be permanent. This is just the beginning of getting to what exactly is happening there, including parasitic nematodes, in an O. volvulus River Blindness type of model.
Mon, June 27, 2016 – Still Brexiting
The markets dropped again. Scotland wants a do over now that they have had a taste of what it will be like. Only London voted to stay because that’s where all the money is.
Tues, June 28, 2016 – Market Rebound
There was a terror attack in Istanbul afterwards. I told somebody about cerebrospinal nematodiasis and Dr MacDonald’s work, and they said they would look it up. I said it was hard to find.
Weds, June 29, 2016 – Natural Steroids
Wherever you have an anti-helminthic treatment, corticosteroids are recommended as well. Apple leaves might need that too to be safe, given all the different nematodes and the fact they are unknown from multiple vectors in different locations and people. Natural corticosteroid sources are spinach, wild oats, quinoa, saw palmetto seeds, celery, eggs, fava beans. That is what is coming out of searching larva migrans, and the treatments for it. The worms don’t appear to migrate from the vector site much though, so that is kind of a misnomer from what I saw, but the same would still apply. Caesar salad has spinach. Chop up some celery in it too. Just a hunch. The steroids like predisone prescribed by doctors are to fight inflammation. Cut apple tree bark does that as well. Tumeric and Curcumin is another one, but if apple leaves are anthelmintic, you will need a prednisone like equivalent to go with them.
I don’t get much spinach and celery in my diet. Zero on the fava beans and quinoa, let alone wild oats. I have a saw palmetto supplement I have been slacking on. I don’t get enough eggs either. Kelp is apparently another.
Fri, July 1, 2016 – Anti-Helminthic
It is often shortened to anthelmintic. Until now, it referred more to intestinal parasite worms, and oddly to river blindness from Onchocerca volvulus. There are many classes of larva migrans, but they all migrate in body fluids. The new discovery is they have been found in CSF in autopsies. What I found didn’t migrate much from where it was transmitted from bug stings or bites. While I suspect it probably has endosymbiont borrelia spirochaetes, found showing as “string of pearls” borrelia, there are many unknowns. They haven’t even been found in situ before apple leaves appear to skunk them out from where they hide for up to decades once established. They may also migrate to nerve channels. That would explain the peripheral neuropathy associated with Lyme Disease. The former endosymbiont borrelia may be left behind, or go with the worm. There has to be a massive amount of forward research done to get to the bottom of what is really happening here. I can’t even get anybody interested.
It is a real can of worms. There are many different kinds in size and behaviour. You may have an idea what is happening, but that is speculation. It shows the whole trouble with Lyme Disease, where in many places they chose to ignore it, not wanting to do more damage. Now found to be a helminhtic symbiotic relationship, it points to more potential problems than medicine knows how to solve. At least I could offer that I was a guinea pig that lived to tell the tale, but I am only one. Apple leaves are an anti-helminthic too that enabled me to see a bit of what was going on. Losing the floaters in my eyes was one piece of evidence. Seeing the worms that apparently migrated out from where they were stationary in my skin and deeper dermal tissues was another. Some in the bottom of my right foot apparently went through the foot to migrate out. You just never know what will happen in your own case. What damage can they inflict drilling out? That is unknown. Likewise what damage would they cause if killed in situ? Again, that is only partly known, and you have to beware that the die off can cause herxing as all the locations of dead worms are healed, with the borrelia being released. Maybe a lot of mine left with the worm. Lots hid in biofilm, and it was about half in my guesstimation.
On top of it all is that this is a nested endosymbionce within a bug. The worm is endosymbiont to the bug, and the borrelia and others are endosymbiont to the worm. What worm? They are still trying to figure out even one species of them. There could be hundreds if not thousands. All previously unknown. They can affect your thinking, at least clouding it. A parasitic neural larva migrans with endosymbiont pathogens is a candidate for that process.