Salt and Vitamin C to eliminate Lyme Disease.....

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by shinlee, Oct 7, 2004.

  1. shinlee

    shinlee New Member

    This website provides an interesting view from an individual who suffered with Lyme for 13 years and the protocol of salt and vitamin c to treat the disease. The website provides photos of the nasty pathogens and the theory of why the salt/vitamin c protocol works. Interesting theory about the Mad Cow disease and lack of salt.

    Don't want to throw the baby out with the bath water, but I did find that the company recommended for the salt and found that it had a violation:
    Consolidated Midland Corporation d/b/a C.M.C., Wholesaler/Repacker of Drugs; 195 East Main Street, Brewster, NY
    Profession: Pharmacy; Lic. No. 202118; Cal. No. 12953
    Regents Action Date: May 20, 1994
    Action: 12 month suspension with leave to apply for termination upon certain conditions. Upon service or termination of suspension, probation 3 years, $2,500 fine.
    Summary: Licensee admitted to charges of a lack of sanitary conditions in licensee's warehouse and failure to conform to good manufacturing practices as prescribed by federal regulations.

    To read more from the website, search in google keywords: Lyme photos, salt and vitamin C (came up on first page).

    As always, knowledge can lead to THE truth which, in turn, leads to personal empowerment - so, yet another article for you all to "chew on"...



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    After 13 years of suffering with Lyme disease, a possible cure has been stumbled upon. A cumulative effect of much research has produced the possibility that salt and vitamin C may be all that is needed to beat this elusive illness. Without going into a lot of detail, our theory is that Lyme is not just a bacterial disease, but also an infestation of microfilarial worms. Bacteria, worms, internal mites and the possibility of other creatures have been quite horrifying. Ticks can transfer many types of pathogens into the body of their host. It is also possible that the tick could pick up a new pathogen and pass it on to their next host, explaining why Lyme patients have different types of organisms within their bodies. Shortly after starting the treatment, we were shocked by the presence of the worms. Microfilarial worms live symbiotically with bacteria. They protect the bacteria from being exterminated by the antibiotics. Our theory is that the microfilarial worm, though possibly a nematode, is a parasitic nematomorph which we name Paragordius Lyme Incorporehumani. The Lyme bacteria is Borrelia burgdorferi, named after Willy Burgdorfer. After experimenting with the treatment of salt and vitamin C, we settled on a dosage of 12-one gram tablets of salt and 12-1,000 mg tablets of vitamin C, spaced throughout the day. The brand of salt pill is CMC(Consolidated Midland Corporation), NDC#0223-1760-01, ordered through a pharmacy (no prescription required) and the vitamin C used is a GNC product, though any good quality vitamin C pill should work. We have no relationship with either company. The Treatment can be grueling; taking it with food may aid in digestion. The results should be almost instantaneous. The Herxheimer reaction is an excretion of toxins from dying organisms; this will be experienced. Diarrhea will occur as your body sheds itself of the pathogens. The die-off will occur in cycles. Try to stick with it; it is well worth the inconvenience. Remember to drink plenty of water. Water is an important factor, not just in keeping yourself hydrated, but to make sure the treatment is circulating through your entire body. Salt is an electrolyte which your body needs to function properly. Please proceed through the next 16 pages on our journey to a cure. You can click on any photo and get a larger view and a little more info. The photographs are untouched and no dyes were added. Our specimens have been saved in case the integrity of the website is questioned. The last page will attempt to explain how this conclusion was reached.

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    Why This Works

    Our theory is that due to the decreased consumption of salt in our daily diets, we have allowed the invasion of parasites into our bodies and those of our pets and livestock. Over the centuries, man has traditionally consumed approximately 20 grams of salt daily. The only time, other than current day, that man’s consumption has drastically decreased was during the Medieval Ages, when the landlords deprived the poor of salt, and the Black Death ravaged the population. Salt is an ancient bactericide, and killer of many of man’s pathogens. For centuries, twenty grams of salt daily was the average intake due to the way meats were cured and foods were preserved. Man certainly lived a more outdoorsman’s lifestyle, yet there was no mysterious illness. Was it the presence of sodium chloride in his body that prevented Lyme from occurring? Lyme was first documented in the 1970’s. It is around the same time we were inundated with the “No Salt Diet” craze. For years Japan had no cases of Lyme disease, and only recently with the new low salt soy sauce have cases been documented. As far as our animals go, cows were always given large blocks of salt licks, which were pure sodium chloride. The old ways protected our livestock from many pathogens that are coming into focus in today’s society. Just recently, these blocks have become mineralized salt licks with minerals, medicines, and vitamins, that manufacturers claim is what our livestock need. They actually need the sodium chloride. This may explain the recent appearance of new illnesses such as Lyme, Mad Cow, and other parasitic illnesses among our livestock. They crave the sodium chloride. It is a natural instinct. Just the same way that a hunter knows that if he puts out a block of salt, the deer will come. Bear reportedly tear the bark off fallen trees to lick salt. There are salt caves in Africa that draw herds of elephants at night, and the mothers break off chucks of salt and fed it to their young. Maybe it is time we take a lesson from the animals. Eat more salt!

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  2. neen85

    neen85 New Member

    Just printed this off to take to my next appt! thanks,Daneen
  3. Summerbreeze

    Summerbreeze Member

    I just checked out the complete article (with photos), YUK, YUK, YUK!!!

    I wonder if this is really true?

    Some folks here have sworn by sea salt added to their drinking water. I have ALWAYS craved salt! I have told my doctors that given the choice between a bag of potato chips and ice cream, 9 times out of 10 I would grab the chips. Could be a sign???

    Thanks for the "interesting" info.
  4. shinlee

    shinlee New Member

    Yes, YUK!

    I hope someone responds to the e-mail I sent regarding questions not addressed in the FAQs. The individual(s) administrating the website claim to have tried to pass this info along to the CDC, Lyme Disease websites and haven't gotten very far.

    It can't help us to be equipped with more knowledge. We are bound to hit on the core Truth(s) that has caused our chronic condition.

    I've read that adrenal fatigue can cause people to crave salt. Perhaps our adrenals are stressed because of internal unwanted residents such as these critters and therefore, our adrenals are sending out the message to the brain - need salt. The body's intelligence is amazing - it's just difficult to decode at times!


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  5. helpeachother

    helpeachother New Member

  6. goldenrod

    goldenrod New Member

    I use high doses of vit c to kill cold/flu and it works, one thing the article states that is not necessarily true is: diarhea will form when taking the 12,000 mg of vit c because of the pathogen die off. high doses of vit c can give you diarhea without taking anything else or without any die off.