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Cure Chronic Lyme

 

My book is now for sell on Amazon or contacting me directly. Sorry to do this but I have given my book away now for more than 2 years and find it’s time to start selling it.

My book on how I cured RMSF, Chronic Lyme and all co-infections, this book will also work on cancers and reversing other diseases like the ones listed below. How I Cured RMSF, Chronic Lyme and all co-infections is available on Amazon for $9.99 at the link  posted below or you can contact me directly through my Facebook to get a copy emailed to you in Microsoft Word format for $9.99 for printing it yourself. (Microsoft word copy will contain more information and links I could not add to the Amazon book because of advertising rights)

Amazon link – https://www.amazon.com/Antibiotic-Resistant-Disease-Diseases-Seizures-ebook/dp/B01CIUS3TE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1504812667&sr=8-1&keywords=wendy+bonner

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Lyme Related Diseases

 List of Conditions http://www.lymeeducation.com/post-medical-research-365-medical-conditions-linked-to-lyme-disease-infection/

The following 365 medical conditions are linked to Lyme disease (Borreliosis) either by cause or association. The list only includes medical conditions appearing in articles published in a medical journal. Click on the condition to view information on the article.

A

Abdominal pseudo-eventration
Abdominal wall weakness
Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans (ACA)
Acute Acral Ischemia
Acute conduction disorders
Acute coronary syndrome
Acute exogenous psychosis
Acute febrile illness
Acute hemiparesis
Acute ischaemic pontine stroke
Acute meningitis
Acute myelo-meningo-radiculitis
Acute myelitis
Acute pediatric monoarticular arthritis
Acute peripheral facial palsy
Acute perimyocarditis
Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy (APMPPE)
Acute pyogenic arthritis
Acute reversible diffuse conduction system disease
Acute septic arthritis
Acute severe encephalitis
Acute transitory auriculoventricular block
Acute transverse myelitis
Acute urinary retention
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Algodystrophy
Allergic conditions
Allergic conjunctivitis
Alopecia
Alzheimer’s Disease
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS – Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Amyotrophy
Anamnesis
Anetoderma
Anorexia nervosa
Anterior optic neuropathy
Antepartum fever
Anxiety
Arrhythmia
Arthralgia
Arthritis
Asymmetrical hearing loss
Ataxic sensory neuropathy
Atraumatic spontaneous hemarthrosis
Atrioventricular block
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

B

Back pain without radiculitis
Bannwarth’s Syndrome
Behcet’s disease
Bell’s Palsy
Benign cutaneous lymphocytoma
Benign lymphocytic infiltration (Jessner-Kanof)
Bilateral acute confluent disseminated choroiditis
Bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome
Bilateral facial nerve palsy
Bilateral follicular conjunctivitis
Bilateral keratitis
Bilateral papilloedema
Bilateral retrobulbar optic neuritis
Biphasic meningoencephalitis
Bipolar Disorder
Brain Tumor
Brainstem tumor
Brown recluse spider bite
Brown-Sequard syndrome

C

Cardiac apoptosis
Cardiac Disease
Cardiomegaly
Cardiomyopathy
Carditis
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Catatonic syndrome
Cauda equina syndrome
Central vestibular syndrome
Cerebellar ataxia
Cerebellitis
Cerebral atrophy
Cerebro-vascular disease
Cervical facet syndrome
Cheilitis granulomatosa
Chiasmal optic neuritis
Chorea
Choriocapillaritis
Chronic encephalomyelitis
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic muscle weakness
Chronic urticaria
Cerebellar ataxia
Cogan’s syndrome
Collagenosis
Complete flaccid paraplegia
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Concomitant neuroretinitis
Conduction disorder
Conus medullaris syndrome
Coronary aneurysm
Cortical blindness
Coxitis
Cranial Neuritis
Cranial polyneuritis
Craniopharyngioma
Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma
Cutaneous marginal-zone B-cell lymphoma
Cutaneous marginal zone lymphoma (SALT)

D

Dacryoadenitis
Dementia
Demyelinating disorders
Depression
Dermatomyositis
Diaphragmatic paralysis
Diffuse fasciitis
Dilated cardiomyopathy
Diplopia
Discopathy
Disseminated choroiditis
Dorsal epiduritis

E

Encephalitis
Encephalomyelitis
Encephalopathy
Endogenous paranoid-hallucinatory syndrome
Eosinophilia
Eosinophilic fasciitis (Shulman syndrome)
Epilepsy
Epileptic crises
Episcleritis
Epstein Barr
Erythema chronicum migrans
Exanthema (local and generalized)
Extrapyramidal disorders

F

Facial diplegia
Fascicular tachycardia
Fatal adult respiratory distress syndrome
Fetal death
Fever
Fibromyalgia
Fibrositis
Focal nodular myositis
Frontotemporal atrophy

G

Generalised motor neuron disease
Geniculate neuralgia
Giant cell arteritis
Gonarthritis
Granuloma annulare
Guillain-Barré Syndrome

H

HLA-B27 negative sacroiliitis
Hallucinations (Painful)
Headaches (severe)
Hearing loss
Heart block
Hemiparesis
Hemophagocytic syndrome
Hepatic disorders
Hepatitis
Herniated discs
Holmes-Adie syndrome
Horner’s syndrome
Human necrotizing splenitis
Hydrocephalus
Hyperacusis
Hyperbilirubinemia
Hypothyroidism

I

Idiopathic atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini (IAPP)
Idiopathic facial paralysis
Infarction pain
Impaired Brainstem response
Infantile sclero-atrophic lichen
Infectious Mononucleosis
Infiltrating lymphadenosis benigna cutis
Inflammatory cerebrospinal fluid syndrome
Inflammatory choroidal neovascular membrane (CNVM)
Influenza
Internuclear ophthalmoplegia
Interstitial granulomatous dermatitis
Intracerebral haemorrhage
Intracranial aneurysm
Intracranial hypertension
Intracranial mass lesions
Intrauterine growth retardation
Iritis
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Isolated acute myocarditis
Isolated lymphadenopathy
Isolated neuritis of the sciatic nerve
Isolated oculomotor nerve paralysis
Isolated posterior cord syndrome

J

Jaundice
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

K

Keratitis
Keratoconus

L

Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy
Left sided sudden hemiparesis
Leukemic meningeosis
Lichen sclerosus
Livedo racemosa
Lofgren’s syndrome
Lumboabdominal pain
Lupus
Lymphadenosis benigna cutis
Lymphocytoma cutis
Lymphoma
Lymphocytic meningitis
Lumboradicular syndrome

M

Madness
Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome
Memory impairment
Meningeal lymphoma
Meningitis
Meningoencephalomyelitis
Meningoencephalomyeloradiculoneuritis
Meningopapillitis
Meningoradiculitis
Mesangioproliferative IgA-nephritis
Migraines
Mono-arthritis
Monolateral chorioretinitis
Morgagni-Adams-Stokes syndrome (MAS)
Morning glory syndrome
Morphea
Motor neuron syndrome
Motoric disturbations
Multiple mononeuropathy
Multiple mononeuropathy and inflammatory syndrome
Multiple Sclerosis
Musical hallucinations
Myelopathy
Myofascial pain syndrome
Myositis

N

Necrotizing granulomatous hepatitis
Neonatal respiratory distress
Neuromyotonia
Nodular panniculitis
Normal-pressure hydrocephalus (NPH)
Oculomotor paralysis
Oligoarthritis
Opsoclonus-myoclonus syndrome
Nodular fasciitis
Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma

O

Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Ocular flutter
Opsoclonus-myoclonus
Optic atrophy
Optic disk edema
Orbital myositis
Organic mood syndrome
Optic nerve lesion
Otoneurological Disorders

P

Panuveitis
Papillitis
Paralysis of abdominal muscles
Paralytic strabismus
Paraneoplastic polyneuropathy
Paranoia
Parkinsonism
Parotitis
Pars plana vitrectopy
Parry-Romberg syndrome
Parsonage and Turner syndrome
Patellar tendon rupture
Peripheral facial palsy
Peripheral neuropathy
Peripheral vascular disorder
Pericarditis
Perimyocarditis
Persistent atrioventricular block
Pigment epitheliitis
Pityriasis rosea
Pleural effusion
Polymyalgia rheumatica
Polyneuritis cranialis
Polyneuropathy
Polyradiculopathy
Polysymptomatic autoimmune disorder
Popliteal cyst
Porphyrinuria
Posterior scleritis
Postganglionic Horner syndrome
Primary lymphoma of the nervous system
Primary effusion lymphoma
Presenile dementia
Progressive cerebral infarction
Progressive facial hemiatrophy (Parry-Romberg syndrome)
Progressive stroke
Progressive supranuclear paralysis
Prolonged pyrexia
Propriospinal myoclonus
Pseudo-sepsis of the hip
Pseudo tumor Cerebrae
Pseudolymphoma
Pseudoneoplastic weight loss
Psychosomatic disorders

R

Radiculalgia
Radiculoneuritis
Ramsay Hunt syndrome (pleocytosis)
Raynaud’s syndrome
Recurrent paralysis
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Reiter’s Syndrome
Respiratory failure
Restless legs syndrome
Retinal pigment epithelium detachment
Retinal vasculitis
Reversible dementia
Rheumatic Fever
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rhombencephalitis
Rhombencephalomyelopathy
Ruptured Baker cysts
Ruptured synovial cysts

S

Sacro-iliitis infection
SAPHO syndrome
Sarcoidosis
Schizophrenia
Schoenlein-Henoch purpura
Scleroderma
Secondary syphilis
Seizure Disorders
Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Septal panniculitis
Septic arthritis
Seventh nerve paralysis
Sick sinus syndrome
Silent thalamic lesion
Somatic delusions
Spontaneous brain hemorrhage
Stevens-Johnson syndrome
Stiff-man syndrome
Still’s disease
Stroke
Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis
Subacute multiple-site osteomyelitis
Subacute organic psychosyndrome
Subacute multiple-site osteomyelitis
Subacute presenile dementia
Subarachnoid hemorrhage
Sudden deafness
Sudden hemiparesis
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
Sudeck’s atrophy
Synovitis
Syphilis
Symmetric Polyarthritis

T

Temporal arteritis
Temporomandibular joint syndrome
Thrombocytopenic purpura

Thyroiditis
Tourette’s syndrome
Transient Ischemic Attack
Transient left ventricular dysfunction
Transient synovitis
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Trigeminal palsy

U

Unilateral interstitial keratitis
Unilateral papillitis
Urticaria
Uveitis

V

Vasculitic neuropathy
Vasculitic mononeuritis multiplex
Vasculitis
Ventricular asystole
Vertigo
Vestibular neuronitis
Vitreous clouding
Vomiting (persistent)

W

Wegener’s granulomatosis

An article entitled Hidden Plague. Forget about SARS. Lyme disease is spreading steadily, and some experts say it can elude the standard cure was published in People Magazine on June 16, 2003. The article tells the story of a patient suffering from Lyme disease who was misdiagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS), an incurable disease that is fatal within 5 years of onset. Dr. Whitaker states that nearly every patient she has tested who is suffering from Parkinson’s Disease has tested positive for Borrelia. Professor Luis Romero, MD, PhD reports three patients that had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease years ago to be 99% reversed using Pentacyclic Alkaloid Chemotype Uncaria tomentosa.

There are over 300 diseases related to Lyme Disease so I urge everyone, to do your homework. The research is out there you just have to find it.

I decided to go ahead and list the article, hope it helps. Here is the link so you can see for yourself. This is not in my book but needs to be listed. You can skip this if you want because it long, just scroll to chapter 5

http://www.nutramedix.ec/ns/science-library/168-300-medical-conditions-related-to-lyme-borreliosis

A Disease Frequently Misdiagnosed

Katrina Tang, M.D., HMD, founder and Director of Research at the Sierra Integrative Medicine Clinic in Reno, Nevada, states that Lyme disease eludes many doctors because of its ability to mimic many other diseases. According to an informal study conducted by the American Lyme disease Alliance (ALDA), most patients diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) are actually suffering from Lyme disease. In a study of 31 patients diagnosed with CFS, 28 patients, or 90.3%, were found to be ill as a result of Lyme.

Dr. Paul Fink, past president of the American Psychiatric Association, has acknowledged that Lyme disease can contribute to every psychiatric disorder in the Diagnostic Symptoms Manual IV (DSM-IV). This manual is used to diagnose psychiatric conditions such as attention deficit disorder (ADD), antisocial personality, panic attacks, anorexia nervosa, autism and Aspergers syndrome (a form of autism) to name a few.

 

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19 thoughts on “Cure Chronic Lyme”

  1. Finally found the answer from Rick Simpson website and facebook page. The unit of measure is the same with mg and ml when you are measuring cannabis oil, hope this helps

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  2. I wouldn’t take doxy and cannabis oi. Just the oil is much better, plus you probably are antibiotic resistant now. don’t do more damage to your body

    As for the mg to ml we found more info and it all goes back to how they extracted the oil. I would just do as much as i could and be able to function. It’s how I treated myself. I took highest dose I could tolerate and was only healed faster.

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  3. They didn’t give you the proper dose of Doxy. Everyone needs twice a day for 6 weeks. This is why people stay sick and it becomes resistant. Once you stopped it probably became resistant to meds so I am glad you found this site and know about cannabis oil
    yes i recommend the burbur detox and microbial defense for any lyme sufferer. they help more than any other detox I have tried. If my kidneys started hurting I could take it and it works faster

    Burbur is 100 if not 1000’s time more potent than cats claw root.

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  4. Head aches went away probably from a mild spinal infection the doxy cleared up. Sorry you relapsed hope this site cures you. As for the pain, yeah it will come back fierce and angry. Just fight back strong. The night sweats and and insomnia should get better after you heal and detox but if pain is really bad go see a doctor to make sure its not your gallbladder or liver ect. Taking any prescription antibiotic especially doxy is difficult on liver and gallbladder

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  5. I don’t know the strain so THC ratio would get confusing for me. When you make the oil you are left with the medicine (CBD and THC). I would stay on the dose you are on for the 90 days and you should be good. If you decide to take higher doses it will only work a little faster. you have the right stuff made into candy so you are very lucky.

    here is the conversion table
    One milliliter (British spelling: millilitre) (ml) is 1/1000 of a liter and is a unit of volume. 1 milligram (mg) is 1/1000 of a gram and is a unit of mass/weight

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  6. Thanks for your responses. So kind. It’s only three months since bite ( I found tick and got rash) including 3 week antibiotic treatment in middle. Doctor did not want to prescribe more because she said we caught it early enough. My continuing symptoms are according to them POST LYME TREATMENT SUNDROME.
    I am fortunate to have been made aware so early. I can’t imagine what you suffered as even my symptoms were unbearable. I have no quandary with this medicine whatsoever so adding another course of antibiotics would not make sense or so it seems. Or maybe the two together? I understand you do not give medical advice but have your heard of anyone doing the oil and antibiotic symbiotically? As far as detox goes I love the shakes and lots of lemon water no sugar ect. Do you recommend taking the Bubur ect for several months after as well?

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  7. three months since bite, treatment month after bite relapse month after treatment. I am a newbie and a healthnut by nature. I love your shake recipies and use than all day long….

    Interesting fact: I was a migraine sufferer for the past 10 years. After my antibiotic treatment I no longer have them. With my relapse I have great joint pain in shoulder and arm moving into chest all on right side of body. (I’m a leftie) and brutal insomnia with nightswests. But zero migraine. I used to have migraines several times a week. For ten years! Makes me think they were caused by an infection as well that was killed by the doxy. If I come out of this migraine free I will be a thankful soul.
    God bless.

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  8. It’s 5mg of THC not 5ml if oil in each gummy bear. I know the oil used to make bears was home made by supper nice person I know. I’m taking 6-9 bears a day throughout day. That’s 30-45 mg THC.

    This keeps me only slightly buzzed. I start after all real life chores complete in early day. I work from home. As a creative I can still work on it but only when it’s solitary!!!

    The conversion from mg to ml is the issue confusing me as well as how much oil has 5mg of THC. All my symptoms have diminished in the 6 days so far of doing this. It makes my heart so glad to know people are freely helping each other.

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  9. 5ml of cannabis oil is a lot. just be careful

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  10. If it’s been within 6 months of tick bite you can still use antibiotics but cannabis is much safer. Praying you feel better soon.
    WB

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  11. 5 ml is a tsp and you need to take 1 tsp a week for 12 weeks to treat. I took more (1/2 tsp a day over 4 doses) myself but I was very sick and not functioning. Most everyone does 1 tsp over 12 weeks which equals 60ml over 90 days. Don’t stop the detoxing as you will need to detox for several months after. May I ask how long you have been sick with Lyme?

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  12. Please respond! I have been given a large supply of edible gummy bears with homemade cannabis oil by someone I trust. Each bear has 5mg thc. These are not baked or cooked. The oil is added to very hot mixture then poured into molds. Using this would allow me to start therapy. I had rash and found tick was treated with antibiotics month after and relapsed month after treatment. What do you think about the cannabis infused candy? I eat no other sugar and am following your detox protocols. At 5ml a piece how many a day would you suggest? Thank you. As a very fresh case I hope to crush this soon. Have not been on antibiotics for 20 years and am very healthy otherwise.
    God bless
    Robert Arpin

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  13. i agree..

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  14. I have RA and have also used cannabis oil with amazing results. I am one year into my treatment and don’t feel completely cured but do have my life back. Cannabis oil is the kindest medicine on the planet, in my opinion.

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  15. yes it is food grade liquor, usually can be purchased at any abc or state liquor store. as for the cannabis you have to find a supplier as I don’t know of any. you have to just find one close to where ever you live

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  16. Thank you for all this great info, I have a question, the alcohol 190 proof , is this like liquor, where can it be purchased? Also, where did you purchase the cannibus?

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  17. I agree, and this is the only treatment I have found to work. Good Luck and God bless

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  18. Anonymous said:

    Very informative. Thank you for taking the time in detailing and sharing. This disease is horrid and a challenge for those with Chronic Lyme to find the applicable treatment plan that works for them. Very pleased you discovered one that works for your case as not one person should ever endure this suffering long or short-term.

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  19. Thank you for this information.
    If you have anymore please send through.

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