I might try this...
Lyme disease is a doozy because it's at least 3 different bacteria, and these little buggers are HARD. CORE. They like to borrow. They like to hide. And they reproduce on a funky schedule. And you almost don't want to kill them because when you do, it releases a wave of undesirable symptoms due to their toxin.
If I were diagnosed with Lyme tomorrow, the first thing I would do is find a DO (or DC if your state allows DCs to administer IV treatment) and get on a bag of pure, genuine colloidal silver. I have personally had several entire IV bags of colloidal silver run through my own vessels. A bag takes an hour and a half. Feels great. Anything that is hiding or tough to kill, colloidal silver often does. I've even used it topically for abscessed teeth, thus avoiding expensive and detrimental root canals. My colloidal silver IVs were done by a TX ND, operating waaaay under the radar. (NDs are not licensed in TX and can't legally do IVs. But DOs can!)
Colloidal silver literally does kill any single-celled pathogen - this goes for virus, bacteria, fungus, parasites, etc. The only thing it doesn't do well against is mold or multi-cellular parasites. Yes, I've seen post-treatment bloodwork where an HIV-positive person showed up with HIV readouts so low they were undetectable. Did it cure AIDS? Probably not. But did it help a ton? I'm sure it did. Did it save me from a 3rd root canal? Yep. Do I wish I had known about it before I'd had the first 2 done? Hell yes.
So, that's what I would do. Colloidal requires a minimum 6 minutes contact with the infected area (called 6 minutes' kill time) to pretty much sterilize it. This stuff does work on internal environments, too. I can't promise anything, but to me, it'd sure be worth a try.
No I don't sell it
Just a satisfied IV user LOL
PS: Might take more than one, especially considering how chronic this has been, and the fact that Lyme is soooo tricky! But you never know
Dr. J. "Lara" Sweeney, of San Antonio Family Alternative Medicine
Doctor of Chiropractic in the field of Functional Medicine
BS in Anatomy, BS in Health & Wellness
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