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PUBLIC: How do you get Lyme Disease?

lyme diseaseHow do you get Lyme disease?  Well don’t worry about tick bites alone… some information has linked Lyme disease to several sources…including sexual transmission.

Tonight, we’re going to be talking about Lyme disease. It’s interesting because

we got comments from literally around the world, South Korea, Cambodia, Australia. This one was from one of our YouTube followers from Scotland, asked about Lyme disease. Now what’s interesting about this, does disease exist?  Do bacteria cause infection?

Hmm, hmm. First off, it was first thought to be discovered back in the ’70s. It was actually named after a town in Connecticut called Lyme, Connecticut. Now of course, I don’t know if you’ve ever been back in the East, but there are tons of ticks back there. And of course, back in 1981, this is Willy Burgdorfer, he’s one of the guys that discovered this type of bacteria and they call it a spirochete They assumed that this came from the ticks that cause the diseases.

Now what’s unique about this, and it looks just like that. It looks kind of like if you take a spring and elongate it a bit, like a cork screw and that’s kind of how it moves. Well, one of the unique things about this spirochete is on the outside of it, it is things called antigens. And antigens are like the fingerprint of the bacteria.

Antigens, it’s kind of like how the body will recognize the bacteria, but also coming off of it in bacteria lipoprotein. Now, what’s interesting, imagine this thing zipping through the space and hazard goes through. It’s kind of like a comet, where behind the comet, there is like a big tail, well imagine that this thing has a tail coming out of there and that’s the lipoprotein, which is a narrow toxin.

This is a bacteria that’s constantly leaching out or getting sloughing off of this neurotoxin that’s actually poisonous to the nervous system and poisonous to the tissue. It’s a really nasty little bugger.

The problem is when this goes around, remember the antigens on that spirochete are actually fingerprint. So it’s the way the immune system recognizes it. Now, if that goes along in theory that, and this is all theory kind of. We know some of this stuff, but remember we’re still in the dark ages of medicine.

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