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Proven - Lyme Disease Is Spread By
Mites, Spiders, Mosquitoes, Fleas
It Is Also Spread Via ALL Body Fluids
By Patricia Doyle, PhD
Hello Jeff - We said this many years ago on your program and here it is. Lyme disease can be transmitted via contact with body fluids, such as urine, tears, semen, contaminated blood and breast milk.
We discussed the contaminated blood spread a couple of months ago. Lyme was transmitted to people who had blood transfusions. Also, the deer tick is not the only means of spread, fellow arachnid the spider, biting flies, fleas and mites are just some of the culprits that spread Lyme. 
So, reducing deer populations by slaughtering these magnificent animals will do nothing to end Lyme Disease spread. Even adding to the slaughter all birds and deer mice and small mammals would not help stop Lyme. That biowar genie has been out of the bottle for too many generations, thanks to our "Plum" friends.
Treating Lyme Disease Naturally
Posted by Delia Quigley
Jul 30, 2011 
filed under: Alternative Therapies, Blogs, Diet & Nutrition, General Health, Health & Wellness, Natural Remedies, Rejuvenate your Body with Delia Quigley, antibiotics, Healing Lyme, lyme disease, spirochete
It may begin with flu like symptoms, headache, chills, and body pains. That is, if you're lucky enough to know you've been bitten by an infected tick. However, some people won't know, because Lyme disease can also be transmitted by contact with body fluids such as urine, tears, semen, contaminated blood and breast milk. Plus, it is not only ticks that now carry the Lyme spirochete, but also mites, spiders, mosquitoes, fleas and biting flies.
Antibiotics, whether administered in a one month protocol or taken intravenously for several years, has been the only way allopathic medicine has treated Lyme disease. For many this form of treatment has successfully eliminated the debilitating symptoms, while for others antibiotics have only offered short-term relief. According to Stephen Harrod Buhner, author of Healing Lyme, 80 percent of blood tests performed to detect the presence of Lyme come back negative. This, he claims, is due to the spirochete's ability to hide inside cells and body tissues rather than body fluids and blood, to quickly arrange its gene structure in order to hide from antibiotics and fit into the host's body, all while avoiding their immune system. In addition to bacteria, Lyme ticks can also transmit Babesia species, a small protozoan, which only complicates the disease further.
There are a number of natural protocols, using herbs, diet and energy treatments that have helped many people suffering from Lyme disease. Some are listed here not as a medical cure, but as alternative treatments to help alleviate Lyme symptoms. It is difficult to say what will work for one person and not for another, so it is recommended you work with an experienced health practitioner to determine the right supplements for you to take. It is important to remember that herbs are medicine and should be treated with respect as to dosage and use over time. (1 of 4 parts)
Patricia A. Doyle DVM, PhD Bus Admin, Tropical Agricultural Economics Univ of West Indies Please visit my "Emerging Diseases" message board at: http://www.emergingdisease.org/phpbb/index.php Also my new website: http://drpdoyle.tripod.com/ Zhan le Devlesa tai sastimasa Go with God and in Good Health
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