The Fatal Truth About Lyme Disease: What Everyone Should Know

255396_121731471303041_865189947_nYou have heard, and will hear, it time and time again: “Lyme disease is cured with a few weeks of antibiotics.” If this is the case, why are hundreds of thousands –if not more- suffering for years on end from the disease? According to the CDC, they are not, because chronic Lyme disease does not exist:

“Approximately 10 to 20% of patients treated for Lyme disease with a recommended 2–4 week course of antibiotics will have lingering symptoms of fatigue, pain, or joint and muscle aches. In some cases, these can last for more than 6 months. Although often called “chronic Lyme disease,” this condition is properly known as “Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome. [1]”

For people suffering from Chronic Lyme, this statement is infuriating because they feel they are being told they are crazy; and also because pain, fatigue, and joint/muscle aches are often the least of their worries. Much more serious health complications arise from Lyme, and it is important that the public is aware of these symptoms. When looking at the bigger picture, the infuriating part is just how dangerous this statement is. If left untreated, Lyme disease can and will be fatal. That is the sad and often ignored truth. (more…)

Amazon herbs can help eliminate Lyme disease

(NaturalHealth365) Lyme disease is called the elusive bull’s eye and because of that – hundreds of thousands of individuals go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. The bull’s eye rash is the tell tale sign that doctors look for when diagnosing Lyme disease. It will be circular and may have a fading spot in the center.

It’s time to expose a silent epidemic (more…)

The Establishment Cover-up of Chronic Lyme Disease

 Commercial viability is driving the research agenda in too many cases. Not what’s medically necessary and what’s medically useful. 

Heather Callaghan
Activist Post

In 1980, the government started allowing patents on living organisms such as pathogens. Perfect timing for scientists to make a mad dash for parts of newly-discovered Lyme and keep the information locked away to protect future profits.

These so-called experts continue to research Lyme disease with federal funds, then start private firms and obtain patents. They write guidelines for insurance companies and HMOs so that the disease doesn’t exist (yet) or require coverage. Not only do Lyme victims spend hundreds of thousands for medical treatment, but they can’t be covered for Lyme! (more…)

The Lyme Disease Health Crisis Rages On

‘What have you heard about tickborne Lyme for the last 30 years? That it’s rare, scary, acute, treatable? The government warns about its spread and implores people to go to a doctor upon seeing the telltale bulls-eye rash.

So, what happens when they actually do?

Many have researched the controversial beginnings of Lyme disease, but this article focuses on what happens to victims when they contract it, and the ongoing cover-up in the mainstream medical community and the CDC itself. ‘

Lyme Disease: An American Problem or Worldwide Plague?

For some reason, Americans tend to assume that Lyme Disease is isolated to the United States. It is understood that other diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, and hepatitis, are prevalent throughout the world – but Lyme Disease is perceived to be an exclusively American disease. The reality is that Lyme Disease is a major problem all around the globe. (more…)

Treat Lyme – The fastest-growing infectious disease in the US

Lyme disease is the fastest-growing infectious disease in the United States, with as many as 400,000 new cases per year. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), however, deny the existence of chronic Lyme (a disabling disease which results when treatments aren’t immediately given following a tick bite), which afflicts many. Most people with chronic Lyme disease don’t recall having ever been bitten by a tick. They might learn they have the disease after symptoms manifest, but at that point, treatment is complicated. (more…)