Approx. 5 Min.

What Does Lyme Disease Do To Your Body?

Published on Apr 23, 2019
What exactly is the connection between a tick bite and lyme disease? While we’re not sure exactly where and when the disease originated, we do know a lot about how it works, its signs, its symptoms in humans and dogs, how it’s spread and its treatment.
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What this video didn’t touch upon is the very real probability that Lyme/MSIDS is spread by more than the sole perp of the deer tick:  From 2005, Dr. Lida Mattman isolated Lyme (borrelia) from:

mosquitoes, fleas, mites, semen, urine, blood, plasma and Cerebral Spinal Fluid. She discovered that this bacteria is dangerous because it can survive and spread without cell wall (L shape). Because L-forms do not possess cell wall, they are resistant to antibiotics that act upon the cell wall.

Others have found other various ways Bb is transmitted as well:

Nobody seems to want to talk about this, yet it’s important.