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Biofilm is a slimy and gluey substance that Borrelia Burgdorferi generates to shield itself from antibiotics and the immune system. Borrelia can also hide in other microbial’s biofilm and vice versa. Fibrin, a protein our bodies create for blot clotting, is the basic building material used for generating Biofilm. The Biofilm is designed to adhere to human tissue where damage to the tissue and inflammation occur.
Within the Biofilm, Borrelia is capable of talking with its own species or other bacteria and carrying out offensive actions. Borrelia can also receive and swap genetic information such as drug resistant genes. Its reproduction cycle, given that it’s every few weeks, can yield drug resistant strains in only a few generations. This could explain why years of antibiotics can’t rid the infection.
The Biofilm also houses Borrelia in cyst form and co-infections such as Mycoplasma.
False negative test results
Biofilm is capable of protecting Borrelia from the immune system, our antibody generator. The Western Blot and Elisa Test use antibodies as an indication for Lyme Disease. If no antibodies are created, tests will yield negative results despite having full blown Lyme Disease.
Antibiotics, conventional or holistic, can only kill the bacteria when it is exposed. If Borrelia is concealed within a Biofilm, antibiotics have no way of penetrating and become ineffective. In order for antibiotics to kill the bacteria that resides within the Biofilm, it will require the assistance of a Biofilm dissolver.
Biofilm dissolvers are capable of breaking up the Biofilm and exposing the Borrelia to antibiotics and the immune system. Antibiotics and the immune system must work in conjunction with Biofilm dissolvers in order to implement their total effectiveness and functionality.
Holistic Biofilm Dissolvers
Serrapeptase – Serrapeptase is an enzyme produced by serratia bacteria in the intestines of silkworms. The enzyme only dissolves dead or damaged tissue such as Fibrin, the building blocks for Biofilm. Once the enzyme dissolves the fibrin, Borrelia is exposed to antibiotics and the immune system.
Lumbrokinase – Lumbrokinase is an enzyme produced by earthworms. It is commonly used for breaking up biofilm by dissolving the fibrin that it consists of. Lumbrokinase is said to be more powerful than Nattokinase.
Nattokinase – Nattokinase is an enzyme produced from Natto, a Japanese food made from fermented soybeans. It is commonly used for breaking up Biofilm by dissolving the fibrin it consists of.
Conventional Biofilm Dissolvers
Tindamax – Tindamax is a prescription drug capable of dissolving Biofilm but is more widely used as a Lyme cyst buster.
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