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Wild Apple Leaf Lyme and Arthritis Relief

Sat, July 9, 2016 – A Review

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Where do we stand now after almost 2 years from discovering Wild Apple Leaves were a natural anti-helminthic, exposing unknown worms? Thomas Grier seems to be keeping track of all the recent related discoveries on his Facebook journal. Both he and Dr Alan MacDonald are with Paul H Duray Fellowship trying to get to the bottom of this new nematode endosymbiont borrelia connection to almost everything as I predicted a year and a half ago. I’m just glad somebody has finally found it.

Eosinophilia-myalgia attacks nematodes. It is also a disease, but eosinophils are white blood cells. I hope that a disease is not what makes apple leaves force the worms out, but it could be. It could be a similar mechanism but more benign, breaking down nematode defences. I don’t know that the symptoms are a match though. Lyme is the great imitator after all. Corticosteroid therapy is beneficial as a treatment to many it is said, but that is also recommended with any anti-helminthic tberapy. The apple leaves made me feel better to a point. I assume that the borrelia still remains. Still no medical treatment for it post apple leaves so I really don’t know. Doctors generally run when the “L” word is even mentioned.

A poor girl is living in her car in Canmore after giving up at the hospital. She fell through the cracks like all sufferers have. Who would ever guess this is the 21st century? Disease beats medicine so medicine beats the patients. If patients are seronegative, the disease doesn’t exist. It can’t be their methodology in their opinion. The disease is epidemic elsewhere yet does not exist where it should be epidemic. It is an official epidemic in adjacent bordering countries, starting at the US border to the south and north in Alaska. The disease knows no border, but idiocy surely does. Projection stops it on the psychotic side that we know as Canada.

Anti-HelminthicsBack to nematode parasites. Now there is a new strategy. There will soon be an update on the Paul H Duray Fellowship blog Thomas Grier says. It is too large to link for his Facebook. I am definitely going to try and stay tuned. It explains 7 provocative findings by the PHD Foundation and how they will affect patients and medicine in general. That sounds like what I found too at least. The latest from Dr Alan Macdonald in his quest to root out nematodes is there. I suspect there will be a lot more clues from veterinary sciences like with Eosinophils and their nematode attacking action like Apple leaves and bark seem to do.

Here is a guess what it will be about. Nematodes with endosymbionts make the endosymbiont disease chronic. Removing the nematode removes the chronic nature of any such disease. The biofilm remains and must be dealt with by dissolving it to make the bacteria planktonic again. Then that portion can be dealt with using dramatically lower concentrations of antimicrobials, and for much shorter durations. There will be permanent damage for letting it go untreated for so long. Stem cells may provide a way forward there. There are more bugs behind this than you can shake a stick at, and all carrying nematode larva and/or eggs, plus pathogens. They all do not have to be present in the same bug either because they are all additive. They won’t say apple leaves and bark can show you all that, and cure a common cold too. Just a hunch. Eosinophilia doesn’t seem so bad comparatively if that is what skunks the nematodes out when you eat apple leaves.

Sun, July 10, 2016 – Why?

Why do apple leaves smoke out nematodes? I found a clue with leukotriene B4, which is known to stimulate eosinophil (white blood cell) attack on epithilial resident nematodes. It’s a theory, but it would have to be looked into. The S. Rosen videos show what may be happening if apple leaves stimulate leukotriene B4 production in tissues. It just feels like that may be happening too as an inflammatory response. Meanwhile, other anthelmintics like Mebendazole were found to fight glioblastoma accidentally years ago. Dr Alan MacDonald has linked it to borrelia. Medscape says the tests he uses are not definitive Lyme Disease, but we all know that CDC game, testing for three strains out of hundreds of strains of borrelia. Glioblastoma has been found to definitely contain borrelia. The latest research this year shows that the borrelia is endosymbiont to parasite nematodes from bug bites or stings. Eventually they will find that is the case with CDC certified Lyme too, I bet.

It is all so much official baloney, like saying Canadians aren’t official humans, or a certain strain of borrelia burgdorferi B31 does not exist in Canada. even though it was isolated in a Canadian lab. I can see insurance companies fighting that battle for all they are worth, literally. At least some doctors still have enough scruples to press on, with common sense being their beacon to further science. On the other hand, I am sceptical about the leukotriene B4 theory. It would explain what I witnessed with apple leaves, but proving that could be difficult for me without lab facilities. It is also from the veterinary sciences, and not medicine. It makes sense, but not enough sense for medicine. They are too busy switching off natural genetic response to disease to make money.

Arthritis is a nematode parasite disease. When you get rid of the parasite, it largely goes too. The parasite eats cartilage in joints, causing inflammatory response I think. However they do it, apple leaves get rid of that parasite. The delay getting to nematodes through biofilm could be explained with leukotriene B4, as the biofilm would insulate the half of nematodes from eosinophils in tissues. By breaching that biofilm by taking pectin enzyme would allow the eosinophils to get at the worms. But why would they not get at them in the first place?

Some nematode parasite species must have a way, and I guess biofilm shielding, to over ride eosinophil action until apple leaves nullify that. Eosinophils see biofim, and assume it is natural and belongs there, passing it over. Also, the paradox of the California Fence Lizard could be solved using leukotriene B4, if the lizard has naturally occurring high levels of it. That lizard is immune to Lyme Disease. It could also prove the nematode parasite link to Lyme Disease without too much of a stretch if the lizard can’t have nematode parasites. On the other hand, why don’t human eosinophils take out the parasitic nematodes in the first place? The parasites live for decades under your skin. Do they produce a counterfactor that is defeated by apple leaves? These are all possible answers that could be looked into. For now, it is a given that apple tree bark and leaves contain some anti helminthic factor that forces the nematodes to flee. Finding out what it is may take a while, since the apple leaf effect itself has remained hidden for all human time.

Sorry for the condescending tone, but how else can you spin the obvious in the hypercritical review climate of a broken science, headed in exactly the wrong direction, defeated by nematode parasites and their biofilms? Apple tree bark and leaves make it so obvious that the nematodes were always there, undetected and wreaking havoc under the radar. If you find an apple tree, you can see for yourself.

Daisy is another edible plant. I haven’t tried it yet, but it is considered a noxious weed in Monsanto world. The deer ate it.  That would explain why animals are increasingly getting sick from insect vectored illness if they eat it to survive. It has been eliminated out of the biome by RoundUp. Otherwise, it is normally everywhere. It is but one edible plant eliminated by lawn mechanics, like dandelion. Scentless Chamomile is yet another. All those weeds may have had veterinary essentials to the wild animals now threatened as agriculture encroaches on their former turf.

Meanwhile we are up to Day 712 after discovering the Apple Leaf thing in human terms. I am still kicking, although not as spry as I used to be before all this started downhill a few years to a decade ago. Blaming it on apple leaves is like saying eyeglasses cause near sightedness.

Tues, July 12, 2016 – Black Flies

They are a stealthy common vector. Like ticks, they anaesthetize the feeding site so you cannot feel them. They explain a lot of the nematodes you see with apple tree leaves and bark, and are responsible for River Blindness in Africa and the Americas. Add borrelia, known and unknown species, and the picture starts to come into focus. There is a huge veterinary connection there too. Wildlife like deer fight their effects with apple leaves and daisies, which they appear to eat in abundance.

blackflyThe Black Fly goes under the radar with many vector illnesses which it may have a hand or bite in. They are virtually everywhere around here, and elsewhere for that matter. My theory is that they are a connecting vector to the whole mess of borrelia, causing it to cross lines from vertebrate animals to humans and vice versa. Horse stalls and cattle barns are sprayed with permethrin to keep them down, while DEET fights them somewhat on the human front. We all know the pesky little devils, but probably never suspected them to be so bad for public health. Some places did get the memo, and fight to keep their populations down. Aedes Aegyptii gets all the press for Zika, but this second vector is ready to spread it around once established.

CerebrospinalThey are a well known nematode spreader, but forgotten more often than not. In the case of SURRA and Cerebral Nematodiasis spread to humans from the veterinary realm, they cannot be overlooked. Why go looking here? Something has to make up for the observed spread of all manner of human chronic illness. Apple leaves themselves will show you why first hand by showing where your first infected bug bite is. It could have been a Black Fly, and likely even is. It probably is the ground zero of every lethal chronic human disease in my estimation. For the record, the score of medicine with chronic disease is zero, and they can’t even crack the common cold. So far, apple leaves have a perfect score.

It is not too far of a stretch to say they are a direct connection to septic sources, both TrypanosomaBrucei_ProcyclicTrypomastigote_SEManimal and human, with your blood stream. Now you get the picture why they spread so much disease. They are a typical daytime blood feeder, and swap spit when they do it. Likewise, many try to fight them, and many fail. Apple leaves work so spectacularly because they are the only second line defence to that. I would say they are the only known second line, but they are unknown to virtually everybody but me. Just beware that trhey are anthelmintic, and they really get the worms moving out if they work for you like they did for me. Who knows what those worms will drill through, but they don’t waste much time when they skidaddle. They probably use an existing hole where they can. They likely find it with that tongue. That is a video of a typical nematode to show how they roll. Your’s will likely be smaller, but the MO is the same I bet.

Anyway, caution for Olympic athletes. May be illegal when combined with a corticosteroid.

 Weds, July 13, 2016 – Chamomile vs. Daisy

Chamomile is taller. There are more subtle differences, but both are edible herbs. I think both grow here now that the deer don’t eat them all. They grazed them down even close to the ground. They appear to have that same flower, but are different plants with different herbal properties. Both are considered to be weeds, and especially scentless chamomile.

EdieThey wouldn’t be the first weed medicine in British Columbia, or the whole west coast for that matter. These days, everybody is up in arms about medical marijuana. Daisy and chamomile don’t get the headlines though. Deer ate them all. What we call weeds are a large part of their diet along with clover and other low grazing plants. That is likely why they are so tough I am thinking. Even with all the urbanization, they still persist and migrate over hundreds of miles of fenced range, easily jumping all but the tallest page wire fences.

Deer are ruminants with 4 stomachs, so they can live on daisies, chamomile, grasses, alfalfa, and apple leaves. They can also eat poison mushrooms with no ill effect. My theory is that somehow they are able to fight all the vector disease they are exposed to, and a lot of it stems from their diet as I found with apple leaves and bark for starters. Who knew that live parasitic nematodes with endosymbiont bacteria were resident in everybody? Deer instinctively know, largely out of evolution. They have a nose for medicinal plants to fight that, it turns out. They can come from all biting and stinging insects, and aquatic biofilms.

Many assume one vector. A tick. Cerebrospinal parasitic nematodiasis is more complicated than that with hundreds of different vectors, different sources, and all additive. It is a virtual Chinese menu of pathogens and endosymbionts to multiple unknown species of nematodes. Originally it was assumed that biofilm was encased in “membrane” that was really a live nematode, invisible to microscopy without being specifically stained. Apple leaves have permanently changed that former view with the nematodes/helminths coming out all over the place from their former stationary locations. Given the way medicine is set up for discovery, it will be centuries until medicine finds out, hidden until apple leaves show them in no uncertain terms what is actually happening.

Thurs, July 14, 2016 – Innes and Shoho

InnesShoho1952In 1952, they published the landmark paper in the British Medical Journal, outlining their discovery of nematodes from a veterinary point of view. It was ignored by medicine. Welcome to 2016. Dr MacDonald finally crossed paths. Apple leaves show you why they should have originally paid attention. Imagine all the suffering that could have been eliminated. Lyme Disease, or borrelia, may have even been solved by now. They are still arguing over it because biofilm and nematodes make it seronegative, or invisible, to medicine. I’m not a doctor, but it is simple to see what has happened here. It will be a tattoo of infamy on the whole profession. So much had been invested in serology that they ignored the glaring weakness that is made so obvious by virtually all disease they can’t touch, or see, for that matter. They have been ignorant for a whole generation, 64 years now.

Weedkiller wipes out daisies and chamomile. There’s your trouble. The bees are suffering from these and other wildflowers being wiped out. They are the canaries in the nematodiasis coal mine. Our pretty food is causing a spread of unchecked mammal nenmatodiasis. Talk about disaster from unintended consequences. The race is on, as Monsanto stock continues to go up, and people die off. Cattle and wildlife too. Vectors are all too happy to oblige when common black flies can pick up the slack.

I finally got some baby spinach. We’ll have to see if the natural steroid effect kicks in. Popeye used it apparently, being the most famous spinach junkie. Olive could have used it. She was so skinny I’m surprised she didn’t expire from anorexia. I like it with Italian dressing. I can feel it a bit on my ACA Herxheimer. The effect is not as dramatic as it was with Popeye, but it is something. I can see recommending this with apple leaves as a steroid to go with the anti helminthic effect. There is also a slight expectorant effect from straight spinach salad.

Page 2 of Innes and Shoho 1952 remarks that larva may migrate to the eyes. Apple leaves eradicated eye floaters in my case, so something relevant is definitely happening there. Caduceus.svgAre eye floaters larva migrans? They could be. The chapter is titled “Migratory Paths of Helminths to the Central Nervous System.” The identified helminth species was setaria digitata. That paper is the holy grail of human neurological disease. If this is the case, can serology and other microscopic analysis of the fluid in the eye yield positives for such vector illness? They already do visually, and Innes-Shoho predicted that nematodes are drawn to CSF and the eyes. The possibility of setaria antigen is discussed in dealing with cerebrospinal nematodiasis. They are preaching to the choir here, and apple leaves are that antigen to setaria and strongylids. Dual viral and nematodoasis infections were discussed in the case of Japanese B encephalitis in horses and children in Japan. The vets were always on top of it, but just never found out about apple leaves and their ability to give the worm the boot. Medicine still says “What worm?” Well, the one that has defeated them for all time, for starters. The veterinary equivalent has been known for well over half a century, and was obviously published in the British Medical Journal in 1952. There is kind of no excuse why it has been ignored for 64 years. It points to the Holy Grail of all medicine that they cannot solve even until this day.

If all that has been discovered since 1952, why are they still struggling against ALS, MS, polio, Alzheimer’s, Age Related Dementia, Pick Body, Lewy Body. Glioblastoma, Encephaloma, and Lyme Disease? The same reason that they refuse to believe what apple tree bark and leaves show in no uncertain terms. It is all a nematodiasis, with endosymbiont and thus largely undetectable, co pathogens, whatever that me be. My guess is medicine cannot believe that any disease can escape their serology, when all of those generally do, or that the serology is irrelevant. Addressing the visible serology is akin to putting a band aid on a bullet hole, a complete non sequitur and totally off base. The root nematode bullet is left alive and still functioning inside the patient, along with whatever endosymbionts are along with it intact. It is the perpetual infection mechanism that has simply eluded all medicine for all time.

Fri, July 15, 2016 – Worms and More Worms

There’s your trouble. Everybody has them. If they don’t then they will all live to be 400+ years old. Why 400? Why not? If you can get rid of the worms, and they are linked to all causes of fatal disease persistence and death, then who knows what will kill you? Apple leaves get rid of a lot of them you can then see, and you can see how they got there with a vector.

Biofilm remains, but there is another avenue to depose it that I am finding. Raw spinach salad. None of us likely get enough spinach. Apple tree leaves and bark either. Spinach is another way to fight the snotterboarding that can happen, or so I am finding. If Popeye were a real person, he would be delighted. Another benefit of Spinach, previously unknown. It fights worm slime or biofilm as we know it. Try a spinach salad with a half cup of apple leaves and you will see what I mean. Italian dressing makes it super tasty as well. If you are full of biofilm glop like many will be at the beginning, add more spinach. YMMV. That’s just me, but I have over a year using pectin enzyme too. I don’t need as many apple leaves since all the worms fled that apple leaves could skunk out. It was like a rash of worm exit holes for a couple months there. How do I know it wasn’t just a rash? They all healed when the worm or worms got out.

I don’t know what species of worm they could be, but have a hint they could be setaria digitata from Innes and Shoho 1952. They could also be some kind of strongyloids, and even trichobilharzi regentia from Swimmer’s Itch. They came out like dirt when the apple leaves finally got through the biofilm to them. Maybe it just broke down their eosinophil defences. Beautyman and Woolf 1951 suspected the endosymbiont relation of pathogen to the worm. 65 years later, we are still looking at that from a diferent perspective, and that is neuroborreliosis as seen in Lyme Disease. What neuroborreliosis? Once you take apple tree leaves or bark, you’ll know. The worms take over your mind until that precise moment, and three days hence in my case. It was fast. Here I am 716 Days later now. I survived. That is always a plus.

Dr MacDonald hosted a conference in 1981 at Southampton, NY, where every single discipline of medicine was invited to discuss borrelia in their speciality. They all had it in their disciplines, heart, brain, GI, lungs, kidneys, rheumatology, etc. They had no idea at that time it was endosymbiont to nematodes, but I was about to find that out in no uncertain terms. They all know it now as they expected at UNH in New Haven, Lyme World. Now we’re hot on the trail, skunking out nematodes from where they have hidden all your life as parasites or running an endosymbiont parasite operation in many cases. The nematodes themselves are the membrane they talk about with biofilm in a lot of cases I suspect. The holes they drill as they migrate are the “water channels” too I bet. Electricity shocks them out, but apple leaves are a lot less painful too I would guess.

Meanwhile, how’s your homobrassinolide level? It is another all natural steroid, researchers found, that exceeds spinach. It is in mustard. You may want a little extra condiments on that. The scientific studies were done on rats only, not humans, though. While veterinary medicine offers many insights into human health processes, you have to confirm that it works in humans. Apple leaves confirm the cerebrospinal nematodiasis link and more without a doubt when worms drill out everywhere.

There are differences between neurological diseases and cancer. Sometimes cancer is curable. Formerly, neurological diseases were not. For som reason, that allows medicine to beat you up and ridicule you if you have an incurable neurologically active chronic seronegative illness like Lyme Disease. They’re smug that serology is never wrong. Apple leaves prove that it is completely a sham with chronic seronegative diseases. They have no idea. That allows doctors to beat the hell out of patients and ridicule them for having something worse than cancer. That is all about to change now, and who knows what will happen then? It will be interesting how they will spin that after being caught red handed with 6 decades of progressively completely wrong diagnoses in my case alone.

It’s a nightmare in broad daylight now. You can see Innes and Shoho tried everything to get heard out from 1950 onwards, just like I tried with Apple leaf anthelmintic properties, but nothing came from it. 66 years later, it is finally getting heard, but they have no idea what it means yet, although I suspect they may. This opens a whole new avenue with so many diseases, many fatal and chronic, that they will have to rewrite the entire book of medicine around what it exposes, and what a child can see. Virtually all current medicine will become obsolete overnight. All from one new natural anthelmintic exposing formerly stealthy and hidden nematodes resident in humans, head to toe. A whole new medical paradigm of vector parasitology will take over the limelight ideally. UNH got a head start on it. Dr Sapi has always known of micro larval form filarial nematodes in ticks, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. Multiple vectors carry them. Apple leaves can get them all out. Pass the spinach and mustard.

Sat, July 16, 2016 – Says It All

NEMATODES, NERVOUS DISEASE, AND NEUROTROPIC VIRUS INFECTION OBSERVATIONS IN ANIMAL PATHOLOGY OF PROBABLE SIGNIFICANCE IN MEDICAL NEUROLOGY
BY
J. R. M. INNES,* Sc.D.(Cantab), D.Sc., Ph.D., M.R.C.V.S.
(From the Foundation of Applied Research, San Antonio, Texas)
(*Aided by a grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, New York.)
AND
C. SHOHO, D.V.M.
(Formerly working at the Institute for Infectious Diseases, Tokyo University, Japan)

In a nutshell, that title says it. Two and a half pages later, the medical world as we know it is dated, and that was 64 years ago. Welcome to the worm world apple leaves blow out of the water. Kudos to Dr Alan MacDonald for digging this up. The most important takeaway from that is we do not want anybody with MS to have a bad or fatal outcome from apple tree leaves and bark, or other anti helminthic medications. They have no idea what the hell I had or have, but it is at least Lyme Disease. I called it Surveyor’s Disease because so many surveyors are turning up with a similar thing. If I had glioblastoma, MS, ALS, Lewy Body, Alzheimer’s, etc., it may have killed me. Just beware of that. It gets the worms out. If you have any of those, you may want to die, but apple leaves may not be the best way. They may not even do it, but do you want to be the first to try? Just beware. There is an ongoing clinical trial of glioblastoma though with Mebendazole.

I knew it was late stage tertiary Lyme from ACA Herxheimer and before that, the symptoms. The trouble is that the Apple leaves get the helminths that aren’t even supposed to be there moving out. The fact that the helminths are there is enough to rewrite medicine. It will be a complete do-over. As a kicker, the leaves cure a common cold. You could always try them on rats with other neurotropic or nervous diseases. That will be another complete rewrite too. I just cut to the chase. They taste a bit like apples. It was a lot better than anything that happened to me with medicine here. Canada is still blood letting comparatively. Instead, they should stuff rats full of the things to see what happens. By the time they do that though, the rats might graduate school waiting for them to write it up. Currently, medicine has its hands tied trying to get anything approved.

I used the Chinese Medicine Du testing model for new herbs. After a surprising start, when I tried a cup of leaves, I knew instantly something was really up. That was too much, no matter how tasty it was. After a while, a few dried leaves a day was enough. Now I am nibbling daisies. They are kind of sweet. I can see the deer liking them. Stalks and leaves so far. They taste like daisies or chamomile, whatever they are. There is a slight bitter after taste. Brevity is the soul of wit it is said, and could also be said of scientific papers. Innes and Shoho 1952 got soul. This blog, not so much.

What is the largest phylum in the animal kingdom? By number of identified species, arthropoda. By sheer biomass, and number of critters, it is nematoda. Roundworms. They get second billing because they are largely invisible, under the surface of everything. They are found in the deepest mines and on the tallest mountains. They are in the oceans, ponds, lakes, and wherever there is water. I found they exist inside people and animals. They consequently don’t get as much ink. Curiously, doctors that should know put them in second place. Many of the species found in spinal fluid for example are totally unknown. There is a massive amount of work that has to be done to catch up naming them, let alone discovering what they are doing in there. Setaria digitata from mosquito vectors alone was found by Innes and Shoho to be behind epizootic cerebrospinal nematodiasis Japanese B encephalitis. I’m sure there are lots more to be looked at from other vectors, and they are largely unknown. If you wanted to PWN all medical research in a one minute elevator pitch, that would be how to do it. It would be a trillion dollar pitch easily, but unfortunately, elevator rides with multi trillionaires are in short supply.

Now consider each species of arthropod has at least one, and likely more, species of nematode living in it. That’s just arthropods. From there they find there way into vertebrates and other hosts. It is known they infest kingdom mammalia. It is known that some species can infest humans, but most of the species are unknown. They can hide where we can’t see them in tissues, until apple leaves smoke them out. Doctors say apple leaves are no good then. For what specific reasons, other than they make doctors look foolish when hundreds of unknown nematodes come out? That is also unknown. I’d be interested in seeing why those parasitic nematodes and their endosymbionts are actually better for you. The actual reason may simply be that those nematodes are unknown, like cancer, so the safe thing is to just admit defeat and say you will die with them. We already see that with Lyme Disease, another suspected parasitic nematode endosymbiont speciality.

The nematodiasis of Lyme Disease is epizo-otic. I put the hyphen in there, like two words: Episode and Otic. It has 5 syllables. May is the month of infection here it seems, but June, July, and August are also. Multiple different vectors are apparently active at different times. Residential vectors can be active in February too. Arthropod vectors can be smaller than the head of a pin.

 

 

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Author: Joe1Smith

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

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