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Multiple Infection Syndrome explains why so many on the Forum cannot be cured using a single treatment method. Opening up the detox pathways, adding probiotics via the absorbtion of the colon, and killing all of them with non-toxic herbs and extracts is the cure. No quick fix, should use the process for at least a year, but antiparasitic meds like ivermectin and Permethrin should never be used. It's unhealthy and God only knows what irreversible damage they do to our bodies. Thank you for this thread! It's a shame the psychotic posts of mentally ill posters take away from the quality and importance of the message.
If you read this link on Bartonella the it will explain how psychiatric Bartonella symptoms can be.
The thing with Bart is that it makes all the other infections more potent because bart shuts down the immune system. 32 strains of Bart and a couple hundred Bartonella Like organisms.
Bartonella is pleomorphic just like Borrielia is so there is a cyst form and that can lie dormant for 8 months or longer and not very many things treat the cyst form. Usnea does and I also did a lot of reading on Anamu. Anamu is a really great herb that is actually used for variuos cystic applications in traditional medicine. Anamu also is used to treat fibromyalgia and alzheimers, those are two diseases that researchers are now starting to understand that are caused by spirochete infections. Borrielia is a spirochete.
A lot of these traditional medicines from the rain forest are being "rediscovered because" the paharmaceuticals don't work.
Since all of these pertinent infections become intracellular then herbs that have the ability to act intracellularly are desirable. If they have shown activity in reversing anemia that is a good flag for intracellular activity.
"The National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development in Nigeria began a screening program in 2011 to study the local herbal remedies for sickle cell anemia (a prevalent disease in that country). Anamu was reported to be one of the first three medicinal plants identified with anti-sickling actions in their study published in 2012"
The scabies mites are vectors for Bartonella and other infections,but someone might show up at this scabies forum without ever even having scabies because the symptoms can be so similar. When someone is complaining of scalp issues, having them in their ears, nose or eyes then it is usually a pretty safe bet they are dealing with other infections. Yes those people could have mites too but the mites are pretty easy to get rid of. It's the other infections that are difficult unless you are using a well thought out treatment.