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∆ Moringa and Lyme Disease † PLOTTPALMTREES.COM ~E.G.Plott~ Dr. Fischer

 

∆ Moringa and Lyme Disease † PLOTTPALMTREES.COM by Eric PlottPalmTrees.Com

 

∆ Moringa and Lyme Disease † PLOTTPALMTREES.COM

 

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Mr. Eric Plott I am so going to enjoy learning from you ! Very much enjoyed talking with your mom on the phone. Our family is infected with lyme disease and through much research I do believe the Moringa will help us! Do you have any first hand knowledge of it helping lyme patients?


Lyme Disease and Moringa Oleifera
ByDr. Howard W. Fisher
‘Lyme Disease Is Spreading Nationwide: Misdiagnosis Is More Common Than You Think’
When I see headlines like the one above it merely reinforces just how far off the path ofhealth we have truly wandered. The state of disease has not become far more common than thestate of health. Statistics bear it out. Food has not been an effective form of nutrition since before the great depression of the 1930s. When we consider Lyme Disease, something by theway the bulk of the population has never heard of, the incidence of this disease is staggering.Lyme disease is four times more common than HIV infection in the United States, and oftenmisdiagnosed.
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Lyme disease, also known as borreliosis, is an often times persistent infectious diseasemost likely caused by at least three species of bacteria belonging to the genus
 Borrelia
. Of these bacteria,
 Borrelia
 burgdorferi sensu lato is the main cause of Lyme disease in North America and
 Borrelia
 afzelii and garinii cause most European cases. The disease was determined to be onethat was a tick-borne disease however many other sources now suspect a number of othervectors. Intermittently, symptoms such as arthritic inflammatory conditions persist after theinfection has been eliminated by antibiotics, prompting suggestions that
 Borrelia
 may cause anautoimmune response, to the extent that it may be considered to be a pathogen inducedautoimmune disease 
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Early symptoms may include fever, chills, headache, fatigue, depression, swollen lymphnodes and a characteristic circular skin rash called erythema migrans but the extent of symptomsmay extend to a diversity involving the joints, heart, and CNS (central nervous system). 
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 Everyone may be affected differently depending upon the existing health status as a number ofthe signs and symptoms of Lyme disease are the end result of the immune response to the presence spirochete in those tissues.
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 The persistent presence of electromagnetic radiationcausing immune system deficiencies
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 Osterfeld R. “Ecological Drivers of Tickborne Diseases in North America.” 8th International Conference onEmerging Infectious Diseases. Atlanta, Ga. March 13, 2012.
may be an indicator as to why Lyme disease has
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 Singh S K, Girshik H J. Lyme borreliosis: from infection to autoimmunity.
Clin Microbiol Infect 
.2004;10(7):p.598-614.
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 Cairns V, Godwin J. Post-Lyme borreliosis syndrome: a meta-analysis of reported symptoms.
 Int J Epidemiol
.2005;34(6):p.1340-1345.
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 Auwaerter P G, Aucott J, Dumler J S. Lyme borreliosis: molecular and cellular pathobiology and prospects for prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
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. 2004;6(2):p.1-22.
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 Beale I L, Booth R J, Pearce N E. Chronic health problems in adults living near high-voltage transmission lines:Evidence for a dose-response relationship with magnetic field exposure: presented at the Second World Conferenceon Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, Bologna, Italy. June 1997.
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 Lyle D B, Ayotte R D, Sheppard A R, Adey W R. Suppression of t-lymphocyte cytotoxicity following exposure to60-Hz sinusoidal electric fields.
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commonly been misdiagnosed as multiple sclerosis (MS), rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia,chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), Ménière’s syndrome, Guillian-Barré syndrome, lupus, or otherautoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases such as amyoto phiclateral sclerosis (ALS) orParkinson’s and has often been called the “great imitator”
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Lyme disease is rapidly spreading throughout North America from coast to coast andmaking awareness mandatory. There are a lot of problems with both the diagnosis and treatmentof this disorder. One of the reasons for the rapid spread arises because the carrier vector, thedeer tick, is difficult to see and the bulk of the population is simply unaware of both the diseaseand tick bites. Many people never know they have been bitten and another problem in thediagnosis is that quite often those infected with Lyme have no recollection of a tick bite or arash. If the diagnosis is incorrect, then the
 Borrelia
 infection is never properly treated and thesymptoms continue. As many as thirty-three percent (33%) of properly diagnosed Lyme diseasesufferers continue to have symptoms of severe fatigue, sleep disturbance, and cognitivedifficulties post antibiotic therapy, casting aspersions that there may be other factors affectingthis disease. The persistent complaintsat the lack of relief from the vast diversity of treatment leads to a potential further diagnosis of a psychiatric disorder.
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