There are over
B burgdorferi bacteria strains
numerous identified and unidentified co- infections.
Many Lyme symptoms are parallel
to the co-infection symptoms.
is rare to find two people with identical symptoms and reactions
the Bb infection named Lyme disease..
do birds sing in the morning?
is the triumphant shout,
got through another night.”
Many times our late night
thinking is like a late movie - scary, poor quality, and makes little sense.
nights our body feels like that late night movie.
Bb Bacteria of Lyme Disease
Borrelia's of Lyme
The Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb)
bacteria sensu stricto(USA, UK, Europe),
the Borrelia afzelii (UK, Europe),
Borrelia garinii (UK, Europe) and any number of the different species
in the genus Borrelia also may cause the Lyme disease.
description of the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria:
400 bacterial Lyme strains of the Bb organism have been identified worldwide
with approximately 100 strains in North America.
Name Borrelia burgdorferi:
Bb appears to change as it goes or mutates. The strains differ in clinical
symptoms and/or presentation as well as geographic distribution.
1977 numerous people
of Lyme, Connecticut, USA, experienced a severe unknown infection. A local
doctor, Dr. Willy Burgdorfer, by looking at blood under a microscope,
eventually discovered what his infected patients had in common was a spiral
shaped bacterium (spirochete). In 1981 the bacteria was named the Borrelia
burgdorferi (Bb) and the disease it caused was named Lyme Disease (Borreiliosis).
It was found to have been caused by the bite of a tick.
- Spiral-shaped . A
amazing survival mechanisms
- Size about 0.2 to 0.3 mm in width
and ranges between 10 to 30 mm in length. They are approximately 1000 times
larger than viruses.
- Borrelia burgdorferi
is not classified as either Gram-positive or Gram-negative. It cannot be
viewed using conventional light microscopy. Dark-field microscopy must
be used to view this spirochete.
- It is a flat-wave
motile. Its motility is provided by periplasmic flagella composed of a
basal body, a hook, and a filament that rotates during movement allowing
them to traverse viscous gel like media and penetrate into tissues and
therefore easily burrows into tendons, muscle cells, bone cells, ligaments,
go directly into organs deep into our cells and can cross the blood brain
- This spirochete
grows more slowly than most other bacteria dividing once after 12-24 hours.
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the Borrelia burgdorferi spirochete:
Bb has the ability to change in three different sizes and shapes:
Spirochete form having
the ability to penetrate deep into cells and tissues. Spiral shaped.
When the spirochete is placed under conditions of nutrient
deprivation or starvation,or senses that it cannot survive in a
metabolically active state it generates what are known as "cysts" or small
sacs attached to the organism by slender threads. Cysts contain immature
spirochetes (inactive form). Eventually they break off from spirochete.
The "cysts" remain lodged in tissues. In time when environment is safe
they do become active reinfecting and spreading in the system.
L-form: When the
spirochete senses a poor or threatening environment
such as an eradicating agent such as antibiotics, they simply lose
their cell walls to become L-form and become tiny,
about 0.01 microns in diameter. They can cluster together in granulomas
inflammation and painful symptoms by taking control of the cell's
protein which eventually release inflammatory cytokines that will automatically
generate pain and and fatigue.
Readily adapts to various
hosts... rabbits, mice, deer, dogs, humans...It is a survivor.
Can readily shift from a
dormant cyst to an active state.
Travel quickly; The Bb bacteria
has been found in the human head within twelve hours after being bitten
by an infected blood sucking insect.
spiral shape is able to attack B-cells by attaching its tip to the surface
and wiggle until it enters. Once inside,either the cell dies or the
spirochete takes up residency. There it is able to take control of the
host’s genetic material, which allows them to create proteins that enhance
their ability to survive.
the cell the spirochete will multiply until it can no longer contain the
offspring and the cell will burst spilling in the area. Some will be coated
with fragments of cell membrane thus escape detection by the immune system.
It is also believed they can masquerade as a B-cell until the have entered
into their own cell to continue the cycle.
spirochetes have figured out how to successfully survive by living inside
the immune system cells. They prefer to live
in are the macrophage cells (one of its job being to kill bacteria). These
cells are the largest tissue cells, living the longest, up to 45 days.
Once the spirochetes are inside these cells,they are safe as they can no
longer be detected by the immune system.
One of the macrophages job
is to go to injured areas to clean up debris. This
often causes an injured area to become infected with spirochetes when some
cells bursts spilling new spirochetes in that area.
The Lyme bacteria
prefers to travel through collagen (the glue that holds the body together)
more than in the blood. It appears that in order to survive they clog up
the lymphatic system and cause the blood to thicken.
This leads to poor blood flow through the liver and
a stickiness to the fluid surrounding the cells.
go into L-form to hide themselves from detection by certain eradicating
agents such as antibiotics
that kill Lyme bacteria by breaking down the cell wall. Some of these agents
prove ineffective against cell wall deficient L-form. ** After working
with eradicating agents of CHIM, C. Silver and certain oils if matters
not, as they are killed completely in every form.
CYST forms (the non-metabolic
state) are able to remain in the human body for years, staying there until
their environment is once again conducive for living. A person is not Lyme
bacteria free until they use an eradicating agent the destroys both active
and non active forms.
have shown that the forms of this bacteria can rather quickly change surface
antigens so that antibodies made against one strain are effective in killing
that strain, but a second strain having different surface antigens will
take up residence in a different tissue where it escapes detection and
survives. For these reasons and others, it becomes apparent that this particular
spirochete has evolved disguises and biological techniques to guarantee
burgdorferi exude toxins both flushable and non-flushable toxin from their
body and wastes. These toxins manifest symptoms
of Lyme disease. They also cause pain when they burrow in cell tissue,
nerves, etc. See neuro-toxins
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Their knowing how to change,
disguise, evolve, hide when they sense a threatening environment makes
them survivors! *** When I first wrote this section over five years ago
it was believed these were very difficult to to impossible destroy.
Best way to
eradicate the Bb bacteria:
Is to use an eradicating
agent that does not threaten the spirochete to turn into cysted form. An
agent that is proven to eradicate all Bb forms completely and permanently
disease is caused by the Bb spirochetes. Here are other zoonotic infections
caused by other types of (spiral shaped)spirochetes and often is
a coinfection of Lyme or Babesia:
Borrelia Recurrentis, STARI, and a type of Treponema
related to rabbit Syphilis.
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