Lyme - FAQ
Lyme and co-infections
Date: 2/25/2010 4:02:42 PM ( 12 y ) ... viewed 6013 times
- Borrelia afzelii is mostly in glands but does cause skin issues around natural orifices as well as affecting zinc uptake.
- Borrelia burgdorferi is the most widely known, what is worst about this one is the amount of plasmids it throws off if untreated.
- Borrelia garinii is very widespread although never talked about, neurological and large joint arthritis are major symptoms.
- Borrelia Relapsing Fever are mostly ignored but can be a huge source of CFS as well as fever like symptoms
About Vector transmission
B.burgdorferi (Bb) is the only Vector distributed Lyme Disease, the others are spread via human and animal contact.
Always included with Bb Vector (tick, stinging and biting insects):
Sometimes included with Bb Vector (tick, stinging and biting insects) or received all by itself from other Vectors:
Borellia garinii has no placmids, it simply causes lowered immunity where it is. The next version is Borrelia afzelli, it has a toxic plasmid that causes mostly skin issues and targets the glands itself.
Borelllia burgdorferi (Bb) has 23 infectious plasmids they supply Nucleic acids to allow infections to lower immunity for it to gain access to vital cells.
The dowsed list of infections triggered by Bb plasmids (not in order), keep in mind it takes multiple plasmids for some infections:
- Haemophilus influenzae type b (HiB)
- Hantavirus - aka Korean hemorrhagic fever
- Epidemic parotitis
- Pseudomonas aeruginosa
- Serratia marcescens (natural)
- Yersenia pestis
- West Nile virus
List of nearly always present infections
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