Under the Eighth amendment, criminals are protected from torture. What about ordinary citizens who have done no wrong but became chronically ill from a tick bite?
Alan Barbour, who owns more than 30 patents in this commercial space, insists to this day that there should be a separate genus called “Borreliella” for “Lyme” and “Lyme-like” organisms, and that the genus Borrelia should be reserved for relapsing fever organisms. This is so dumb, one wonders if perhaps he was marching against himself.
Forgive my bitterness, but I just might want my worst enemy to get Lyme disease.
One may ask, “Beaux, who is your worst enemy?” I’d respond, “Do I have to pick just one?”
You’re bitten by a borrelia-infected tick. The borrelia shed their outer surface, which is covered in toxic, fungal-type antigens called outer surface proteins (Osps). 85% of the population are immunologically disabled by the likes of OspA, and are susceptible to… Read More ›
This is not a bacterial disease. It’s a nightmare of immunological meltdown.
I can’t think of a simpler way to explain “what is chronic Lyme disease.” Remember the New England Compounding Center meningitis scandal of 2012? Their injectable steroids were fungally contaminated. They sickened at least 800 people and killed 64…. Read More ›
Fungal antigens ‘tolerize’ the immune cells, so they no longer fight off other fungal antigens. (1, 2) They can also cross-tolerize you to other types of infections. (3)