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Biological Warfare... Lyme Disease
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Some people won't believe the U. S. Government could be capable of doing such horrid experiments on it's people, but here it is all laid out, how they did studies on the public without their knowledge or consent.

Lyme disease was developed by scientists on Plum Island during the 1950s, and then released into the public to see how it affected humans, along with LSD studies, which caused the death of many.



https://youtu.be/jmJ8OY9bOns


Is the government still using the public to do their experiments?  Could this new virus be something they have released on us again?
Read this article about a new deadly virus carried by ticks that's hitting the Northeast and Great Lakes area:  Ticks Now Carry a Virus More Deadly Than Lyme Disease


And here is another article from 2014: EXPERTS WARN OF FATAL AND RARE TICK VIRUS IN TENNESSEE

I had a family member who was bitten by a tick back then (2014). She was so sick she had to be hospitalized. 

What can we do to protect ourselves in the event we are bitten by a tick?

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Quote:Lyme disease is caused by the bite of a black-legged tick that is infected with corkscrew-shaped bacteria known as Borrelia burgdorferi. The ticks become infected with these bacteria by feeding on infected wild animals such as deers, birds and rodents.

Once infected, the ticks go on to spread the bacteria to humans and other animals, particularly dogs, with a painless bite.


Symptoms Of Lyme Disease:

Quote:Symptoms of Lyme disease can surface after weeks, or even many years from a bite, that one would not even link the symptoms to a tick bite that wasn’t even painful.
Symptoms of Lyme disease can include any of the following, although they differ from person to person. If left untreated, these symptoms can last from months to years.

Early signs and symptoms (first few weeks after a tick bite):
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  • skin rash around the bite site
  • flu-like symptoms
  • fever or chills
  • sore throat
  • headache
  • nausea
Later signs and symptoms (weeks or months after a tick bite):
  • muscle spasms
  • severe headaches and neck stiffness
  • extreme fatigue
  • shooting pains, numbness or tingling sensations in limbs
  • swollen lymph nodes
  • blurry vision, eye pain or swelling
  • night sweats or unexplained chills
  • In more severe cases, these symptoms may be crippling:

  • brain fog, state of confusion or memory loss
  • difficulty breathing, eating, talking and sleeping
  • abnormal heartbeat
  • intermittent pain in tendons, joints, muscles and bones
  • partial body paralysis
  • nervous system disorders (even seizures)


Lyme disease is becoming one of the fastest emerging infectious diseases in North America that is moving northward from endemic areas of the United States towards southeast Canada.


Source

Here are some tips to keep safe from tick bites this summer:


Quote:Lint roller and essential oil

In order to use this tip, you will need a roller and some essential oils. The lint roller should use adhesive layers. Take it with you when you’re going outside and roll it on your clothing every once in a while. You might be surprised with what you pick up in a very short amount of time.

Adding some essential oil may help to keep the ticks from climbing on you while you are outside. Spray the essential oil on your clothing and rub it into your skin and the ticks may just stay away. It also works for mosquitoes and black flies. It’s a good alternative to insect repellent and reduces your chemical exposure.

Here are 5 essential oils that repel bugs.

1. Lavender – This smells sweet to us but bugs absolutely hate it. It works on mosquitoes, flies and other insects.
2. PennyRoyal – this is a member of the mint family and it is toxic to insects.
3. Lemongrass – This essential oil comes from tropical lemongrass and has a citrusy sent. It is a natural flea and tick repellent and can be sprayed directly on the skin.
4. Eucalyptus – use this alone or along with citronella oil to keep bugs away. According to the Journal of medical entomology, Eucalyptus extract can reduce tick bites and infections.
5. Lemon – some lemon essential oil can work against fleas and other bugs. Slightly dilute it and spray it on your clothing and skin.

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But, if you still get bit and develop Lyme disease symptoms, there is an alternative treatment that can help:

Quote:According to Dr. Farber:
 
“Two studies have been conducted with colloidal silver and its effectiveness against Borrelia burgdorferi.  The first study conducted at Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, Pennyslvania, showed growth inhibition in low concentrations (2-10 ppm) and much faster action in higher concentrations (15-75 ppm).
 
The Department of Health and Human Services, Rocky Mountain Laboratories, tested cultured spirochetes of the Borrelia burgdorferi…using 150 ppm and 15 ppm colloidal silver…none of the treated cultures contained live spirochetes after 24 hours.”
 
In other words, in test tube studies concentrations of colloidal silver as low as 15 ppm wiped out the Lyme disease pathogen.
 
Dr. Farber later claimed to have witnessed “a 100% killing effect of the Lyme pathogen, Borrelia burgdorferi, “within less than five minutes of exposure” to a colloidal silver preparation. 
 
He went on to say that “Studies by Margret Bayer, Ph.D., at the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia have shown that the growth and replication (spread) of Lyme disease bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi are measurably slowed or stopped” by a colloidal silver preparation “when viewed in a laboratory test tube.”
 
Finally, he states that researchers Dr. Willy Burgdorfer, Ph.D. (the scientist who actually discovered the Lyme disease pathogen) and Dr. Tom Schwan, Ph.D., while working at the Rocky Mountain Laboratories of the National Institutes of Health, Public Health Service, United States Department of Health and Human Services, found that silver was “uniformly deadly” to the Lyme pathogen and a related fever-inducing pathogen.
 

Read more from the Source Article.


I keep a bottle of colloidal silver on my medicine shelf at all times.  I suggest you go out and buy some if you don't have it already.  Be sure to get a good brand that isn't some low-grade knock off. 

Have a great summer, and stay safe.   tinybiggrin




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