Yesterday, I wrote about Lyme disease, a condition that we nature-loving Australians and farmers need to be aware of. Ticks can be downright dangerous.
Last year, a 33 year old conservation officer employed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service was diagnosed with Lyme disease, which health authorities previously claimed was not present in Australia. Because it took so long to rule out other possible causes of her distressing symptoms, the infection was well-established by the time this young woman was diagnosed. She is now in constant pain, and no longer able to work.
Based on 700 case studies, German naturopath and energy medicine expert, Sylvia Brevis, found that borrelia bacterium are terrifyingly sneaky things that can create the dangerously acidic environment they love inside your body by releasing potent toxins and actually increasing the body’s stress levels.
Superb parasites, they not only suck up your body’s nutrients; they can change shape, hide inside your cells and even connect with body tissue so that your immune system doesn’t notice them. That means they’re free to multiply and keep poisoning your system, releasing toxins into your body’s water reservoirs and cells, and inhibiting neural function. This can result in major and lasting immunological and neurological problems.
If you think you might be suffering from tick-related symptoms, don’t wait. Caught early, it can be successfully treated without drugs. For information, phone us at 07 5564 7667.