The most underestimated disease, Lyme Borreliosis, caused by bacteria transmitted by hematophagous insects such as ticks, is wreaking havoc on health in France.

Unrecognized, neglected or even knowingly ignored, these bacteria, which affect up to 80% of the population, are the cause of neurodegenerative, autoimmune, psychiatric, inflammatory, chronic diseases, etc. that are misdiagnosed and therefore poorly treated.

A pharmacist has been fighting for 25 years to have this disease recognized and has already successfully treated more than 15,000 people in France and abroad with essential oils. The Nobel Prize in Medicine Luc Montagnier confirms.

Lyme disease or lyme borreliosis has been known for a long time. It was first described in 1894 by Dr. Pick-Herxheimer. Then in 1907, Swellengrebel created the name “Borrelia” in honor of Professor Amédée Borrel, of whom he was a friend, to classify the pathogenic bacteria of “epidemic recurrent fevers”.

In 1910 the Swedish dermatologist Arvid Afzelius described a ring-shaped skin lesion, and thought it was due to a tick. Finally, in 1972, there was the appearance of the first cases of epidemic arthritis simulating outbreaks of rheumatoid arthritis in young subjects in three towns in the USA, east of Connecticut: Lyme, Old-Lyme and East Haddam, hence the name Lyme disease in the USA and Lyme borreliosis in Europe.

In France, it is estimated that there are between 5,000 and 10,000 new cases per year. But since this disease is not one of the so-called “reportable” diseases by doctors, its actual estimate is vague. And all the more so since certain data alert us to its real extent. For example, in Germany where the monitoring of this disease is more precise, in 2010, there were one million cases recorded. The border seems strangely watertight.

The diagnosis of the disease is difficult to make as there are so many possible symptoms: pain, inflammation of the joints, headaches, dermatitis, eye disorders, fatigue, depression, etc. Finally, and the most crucial point, the screening tests marketed by the Bio-Mérieux Laboratory are unsuitable for screening for European Borrelia bacteria and thus allow up to 70% of infected carriers to pass.

The so-called “ELISA” test has simply been calibrated for the detection of Borrelia from the East Coast of the United States, whereas in Europe we are exposed to a wide range of the Borrelia family (see box). The most widespread is borrelia burgdorferi but there is also borrelia afzelii, garinii, spielmani, valesiani, lusitaniae, etc. and all trigger various and serious pathologies.

Borrelia properties

If the Borrelies are particularly formidable, it is because they are very elaborate for simple bacteria. They are gifted for multiple adaptations thanks to their large genome which allows them to produce surface proteins close to the tissues where they are found.

This allows them to hide from the immune system which then does not produce antibodies, so the screening is often negative. They also have an astonishing ability to encyst under unfavorable conditions and in a form reduced to 1% of the initial volume, which makes them invisible under the microscope.

They are endowed with a surface structure, capable of ensuring both defense systems (resistance to antibiotics), exchanges of information between them, and which can serve as a mode of reproduction.

They can contaminate both cold-blooded and warm-blooded animals, and have the ability to survive in harsh conditions for long periods, years and decades.
Finally extreme mobility in all kinds of tissues and organs.

All these faculties make Borrelia bacteria particularly dangerous and proliferative. They are the source of several serious pathologies while being ignored by doctors given the difficulties of diagnosis and the weakness of the tests.

A few documented medical examples shed striking light on these bacteria. As they are able to produce surface proteins close to the tissues where they are found, when they are at the level of the thyroid for example, they will produce surface proteins close to the surrounding proteins, this allowing them to hide from our eyes. immune system which therefore does not produce antibodies against them.

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If now they move to other tissues, the immune system will react and produce antibodies against these surface proteins which do not have to be elsewhere than in the thyroid. And subsequently these same antibodies will attack the proteins of the thyroid and therefore the tissues of the thyroid, which characterizes an autoimmune disease (Hashimoto’s thyroiditis). It is certainly the same for all other autoimmune diseases (MS, diabetes, allergies, etc.), some of which would be the consequence of borreliosis.

Another worrying example for neurological and psychiatric diseases.

Bacteria can modify neuronal communication by the toxins produced or by its external structure. Either indirectly, borrelies have flagella composed of a protein called flagellin.

Lymphocytes produce anti-flagellin antibodies. As myelin (which makes up the sheath of our nerves) has a chemical structure very similar to flagellin, these antibodies then attack the myelin.

By destroying this myelin, nerve conduction is disrupted and then blocked. Either directly, by invading the brain cells, because borrelies have the ability to encyst in a reduced form (1% of their initial volume while preserving the entire genome), which allows them to pass the blood barrier -brain and to redevelop under more favorable conditions after reaching the interior of nerve cells, for example leading to schizophrenia, autism, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, depression, stroke.

The sanitary ravages of the Borrélies do not stop there. Pharmacist Bernard Christophe, who has been dedicated to this disease for 25 years, has, with the experience of more than 15,000 cases, been able to encounter such diverse cases, whose origin was always Lyme Borreliso, as: rheumatoid arthritis , fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, ankylosing spondylitis, depressions, unexplained migraines, hypertension, extrasystoles, heart rhythm disorders, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and many neurological and psychiatric conditions.

The trail of Lyme borreliosis escapes all the more easily since all these subjects did not remember having been bitten by a tick or had not even been.

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It is that the tick is only one of the carriers of the bacteria, other hematophagous insects are also carriers, so we count as a vector of contamination: horseflies, spiders, lice, fleas, chiggers and other biting insects.

This leads Bernard Christophe to believe that 80% of the population has been in contact with one or other of the Borrelia species and that only around 12% of those affected show symptoms.

You should also know that symptoms can appear years and even decades after an infectious bite. A quick calculation shows that, in France alone, about 50 million people are affected and that between 5 and 6 million trigger pathologies.

Last major problem, conventional treatments with antibiotics, especially in the late and chronic stage of the disease, are often disappointing and unsuitable. The borrelies knowing how to protect themselves or hide in the cells.

Blood transfusions

In view of all this scientific information, a national problem is looming, that of blood transfusions. The argument that blood elements are heated since the tainted blood (AIDS) scandal is not valid, although it is recognized that “active” Borrelia are heat sensitive. In reality many borrelies are encysted in the blood cells and in this form they are extremely resistant.

It is in this form that they are transfused and can reappear much later when conditions become favorable for their development. Moreover, studies on mice have confirmed this thesis and there is no reason for this to happen differently in humans. This will soon lead to a new tainted blood scandal…



https://theconversation.com/tices-puces-la- Maladie-de-lyme-une-vraie-bombe-a-tardement-58748

https://www.toutsurlatransfusion.com/actualite-transfusion-et-don-du-sang/ Maladie-de-lyme-transmissible-par-la-transfusion.php

Montagnier: http://www.reseauborreliose.fr/index.php/post/2012/03/19/Le-prof.-Montagnier-sur-les-ondes-%3A-les-infections-bacteriales-et-Borrelia

https://www.lanutrition.fr/bien-dans-sa-sante/les-malades/la-malady-de-lyme/un-point-complet-sur-la-malady-de-lyme-avec-le- dr-richard-horowitz

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