Lyme and MD protocol
FRED

Golden, CO

#43 Sep 22, 2013
Houttuynia cordata is a Chinese herb used in the Lyme community for Bartonella. Bartonella is hard to remove and this has shown good activity in doing that because it works on intracellular infections.

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-SY...

https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/cpb/54/7...

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18981565
FRED

Golden, CO

#44 Sep 22, 2013
Barberry
I found Barberry while researching plants that are planted in fields to kill agrobacterium infections in the soil. Agrobacterium is very closely related to Bartonella and is one of the co-infections.

Barberry was also used extensively by Native Americans for medicine.

http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/bar...

http://altmedicine.about.com/od/herbsupplemen...

The houttunia and barberry are good companions in treating Bart/Ag.
FRED

Golden, CO

#45 Sep 22, 2013
FRED

Golden, CO

#46 Sep 22, 2013
Cryptolepis is broad spectrum and also a Babesia treatment.

http://www.ijpsdr.com/pdf/vol3-issue4/8.pdf

http://www.academicjournals.org/ajpp/pdf/%20p...
FRED

Golden, CO

#47 Sep 22, 2013
FRED

Golden, CO

#48 Sep 22, 2013
These herbs all work together in Synergy.

“Polypharmacy” is common in herbal medicine and is the combining of several herbs in one combination that acts synergistically more powerful. There is “pharmacodynamic” synergy which is two or more medicinally active phytochemicals acting together on a single weakness and there is “pharmacokinetic” synergy when one phytochemical changes part of the infective pathogen’s defenses to make another phytochemical more effective.
FRED

Golden, CO

#49 Sep 22, 2013
The entire process required alot of thought to figure out what exactly was happening to me. There were plenty of strange sensations that could cause a person to want to quit this.

After everything I did over a two year period trying to get healthy and the seemingly infinite failures I didn't give up and it worked.

I had tried all the standard stuff , all the over the top poisons and when they didn't work I looked in places nobody else had.

I think I read every damn link on the internet that had anything to do with this condition so if this failed I wouldn't have much more to try.

But it worked.
FRED

Golden, CO

#51 Sep 23, 2013
Something interesting I discovered by accident.

Last June I had some ants in my yard and some info I found suggested using ammonia. I poured a gallon into the nest location and didn't realize it was so pungent. Just smelling it meant I was at least ingesting some molecules. About two hours later I started getting the morgs stinging sensation in a few places but extremely light and they were completely gone in an hour. I noticed several places on my skin that were very small dots of red from the inflammatory response of an endotoxin release, followed by itching from a histamine reaction. I was fully engaged in my herbal protocol at the time.

I hadn't felt those stinging sensations for a few months at that point as I had been on a comprehensive protocol. From an in vivo type of experience it isn't determinate as to what exactly took place however this may have the potential of a tool in treatment and testing.

http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F97...

"Plant signals in the form of phenolic compounds generated by phenylalanine ammonia lyase- and tyrosine ammonia lyase-initiated lignin biosynthetic pathways are recognized by A. tumefaciens through a sophisticated two-component gene regulatory system"

Apparently it caused something to quickly come out of hiding.

Perhaps a sniff of ammonia would be a way to determine the difference between a scabies infection and an MD infection. NIOSH guidelines are set at 15 minutes exposure time for safety of anhydrous ammonia.

Anhydrous ammonia is in pure form and has no water in it so it is much stronger than the household ammonia that is mixed with water for sale to the public. I only smelled the household variety for a few minutes.

If you take a sniff of ammonia, it doesn't take much and don't put it directly under your nose, and you skin goes crazy then you may want to consider MD more seriously.
FRED

Golden, CO

#52 Sep 23, 2013
Something I don't know if I made clear but it's very important. These infections are all intracellular. It doesn't work the way you normally think of an infection.

When you kill the infection in the cell the cell also usually dies from the endotoxin release. You need something that will rebuild cells so you don't become anemic during treatment. That is moringa leaf.

Another point I would make is that you have to treat for all infections at the same time or you won't be cured. The infections share DNA and will regenerate if you try to do it in stages. Cowden got it wrong in that respect.

"FRED"
FRED

Las Vegas, NV

#53 Sep 23, 2013
I would like to announce that after posting many guaranteed cures, I have found another. Most of you have my paypal address already from me trying to make you pay for my word doc - feel free to use it to show your gratitude.

Through Uncle Sam and his amazing physic abilities, I have consulted with the greatest medical minds of all time! Yes! I spoke with Einstein, Hitler, and Amy Winehouse!

They all had some good ideas, but as always I ultimately determined that me and the others living in my head are the only ones who really know what we are talking about.

I have collected a list of all the great protocols already out there and I combined all the ingredients into my SUPER DUPER PROTOCOL! Sure it will cost you $1500 a month, but I have cured Morgellions!

Now I know most of you are thinking - "What the Hell, I can just call up Lotus_Fan and get him to bring over 30 hits of acid and a keg of Jack Daniels a hell of a lot cheaper" and you are correct. But since when have I let common sense get in the way of my greatness?

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“FRED”
FRED

Las Vegas, NV

#54 Sep 23, 2013
Here is a video of myself harvesting my secret ingredient.



"FRED"
lmnop

Hollywood, FL

#55 Sep 24, 2013
This sounds like Hungry Ghosts. She's into make $$ off of us. Notice how she mentions a pay pal account. Greedy. The video was funny, though. lol....
Very clever, HG... you are bad arse.
lmnop

Hollywood, FL

#56 Sep 24, 2013
Is lyme bacterial or parasitic?

http://lymetherollercoaster.blogspot.com/2011...
lmnop

Hollywood, FL

#57 Sep 24, 2013
Ivermectin is by far the best med to treat these infections.

http://lymetherollercoaster.blogspot.com/
lmnop

Hollywood, FL

#58 Sep 24, 2013
Lauren

Madison, MS

#61 Sep 27, 2013
Hey Fred (the REAL Fred),

First of all I want to sincerely thank you for taking the time to write such an exhaustive and comprehensive treatment strategy on how to rid yourself of these awful infections. I spent most of last night reading over the first thread that you started before making my way to this one.

Here's my history: 34 year old female. Suffered from chronic Lyme, Bart and Babs for 5 years after several tick bites. Took two years to get a proper diagnosis, in which case I became extremely ill. Finally found a Lyme literate doctor and began treatment. It took three years of antibiotics, herbs and rifing to put my infections into remission and feel "healthy" again. I felt great for two years.

Fast forward to October of 2011, almost approximately two years ago. My husband and I started itching. ITCHING!!! Seemingly overnight, we were practically scratching ourselves raw. We were finally able to deduce that our itching was much worse at night, especially after crawling in bed. This went on for about three weeks. At this point we had visible (although tiny) bite marks all over our bodies. I did everything I knew to do - permethrin, sulphur, steam cleaned the carpets in our home, washed all of our bedding repeatedly, etc, all to no avail. Finally, out of sheer desperation I called an exterminator. The culprit? A carpet beetle infestation and bird mites from a pair of nesting cardinals that had made their home on our bedroom window sill. Great! I thought. Spray the stew out of them and treat the house, problem solved. Right?

Wrong. We got rid of the carpet beetles and bird mites, sure. But within a matter of weeks my husband and I became very ill. Profound fatigue, night sweats, headaches, joint pain, muscle spasms, twitching, crawling sensations under the skin, the sensation of being stung and bitten by bugs, etc. MISERABLE!! Of course, this wasn't my first rodeo, so once I figured out what was going on, I made an appointment for my husband and I with my old Lyme doctor. Like I said, that was two years ago and despite loads of antibiotics, antiparasitics (I took ivermectin for months) and countless herbs and supplements, our symptoms persist.

I actually found this thread by doing a google search of Sida Acuta.(I ordered some a while back, just startled on it a few days ago). Everything you've written makes so much sense to me!! The sharing of DNA, agrobacterium, synergy, quorum sensing - all of it!! I'm going to order all of the necessary ingredients (some I already have), and follow your protocol to a T. I'll keep you posted on how it goes. No fear, as I have nothing left to lose. Anyone who's been profoundly ill for any period of time knows what that feels like.

Anyways, thank you again for posting all of this info and being so precise with it. I'm sure it took you a long time, and I see you've had a lot of haters along the way. Ignore them. If ONE person is helped by this info, it's all worth it :)
Lauren

Madison, MS

#62 Sep 27, 2013
Also want to add that I no longer suffer from Lyme. What I cannot seem to kick is this Bartonella and Babesia infection. I'm sure I've got parasites in the mix too. The most affective thing I've found for Babesia is Artemisinin. While its not been curative, I can't live without it.
FRED

Oceanside, CA

#64 Sep 27, 2013
Lauren wrote:
Also want to add that I no longer suffer from Lyme. What I cannot seem to kick is this Bartonella and Babesia infection. I'm sure I've got parasites in the mix too. The most affective thing I've found for Babesia is Artemisinin. While its not been curative, I can't live without it.
This protocol will clear ALL infections.
Lauren

Madison, MS

#65 Sep 28, 2013
Thanks Fred!

One question regarding the smoothie: I'm a little concerned about ingesting that much cilantro at once. Cilantro is a powerful chelator and I know I have elevated mercury. I've read that when ingesting cilantro that its very important to take it with binders, otherwise the body gets overloaded with the metals and can't eliminate them fast enough. The "left over" metals get redistributed throughout the tissue and other organ systems and it can make you very sick. Do you think it would be okay to start with a smaller amount of cilantro and work my way up?
Lauren

Madison, MS

#66 Sep 28, 2013
Last thing - I also have an H Pylori infection that I can't seem to kick (can you tell my immune system is shot?)...do you think this protocol will get rid of it too? I ordered ALL of the stuff a couple of hours ago. Ready to get started!!:)

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