Spooky2 is the most highly advanced and versatile Rife machine in the world. The brain of this system is the Spooky2 software, which is freely downloadable here. Happily, you can check the function of Spooky2 software in Test mode. After you've downloaded and installed your copy of Spooky2, you can click the Spooky2 shortcut on your windows desktop to open it. (don't worry, installation is very simple and straightforward, and if installing new software isn't something you do very often, full instructions are in the Spooky2).
At Market Place Naturopathic in downtown Seattle, Washington, our personalized approach delivers comprehensive medical diagnostic and naturopathic treatment services. Our licensed, naturopathic physicians consider all factors that influence your health, and address the true underlying conditions that impact your optimal wellness. Together we will find solutions to restoring or maintaining your health and the well-being of your family and loved ones.
Strictly off limits to the public, Plum Island is home to virginal beaches, cliffs, forests, ponds -- and the deadliest germs that have ever roamed the planet. Lab 257 blows the lid off the stunning true nature and checkered history of Plum Island. It shows that the seemingly bucolic island in the shadow of New York City is a ticking biological time bomb that none of us can safely ignore.
Based on declassified government documents, in-depth interviews, and access to Plum Island itself, this is an eye-opening, suspenseful account of a federal government germ laboratory gone terribly wrong. For the first time, Lab 257 takes you deep inside this secret world and presents startling revelations on virus outbreaks, biological meltdowns, infected workers, the periodic flushing of contaminated raw sewage into area waters, and the insidious connections between Plum Island, Lyme disease, and the deadly West Nile virus. The book also probes what's in store for Plum Island's new owner, the Department of Homeland Security, in this age of bioterrorism.
Lab 257 is a call to action for those concerned with protecting present and future generations from preventable biological catastrophes.
When you have an illness that is invisible, complex and/or difficult to treat, that sometimes translates into challenging experiences with doctors. While there are many kind, compassionate doctors out there who are willing to put in the time to figure out your health issues, unfortunately many in our community can name a time when a doctor didn’t take them seriously. Perhaps you were told your symptoms are “all in your head,” or were advised to take medications or see specialists you’ve already tried. It’s incredibly frustrating when a doctor lets you down instead of helping, not to mention dangerous for your health.
Teaching Bee Venom Therapy to chronically sick patients everywhere. Our #2015BVTChallenge has rocked our Lyme world, every patient is improved. Their personal accounts are powerful. We can replicate these results in other communities and patient groups.
We are here to shift the though processes on pathogens, Lyme Disease, overall health and it's recovery.
Live Bee Venom Therapy has displayed remarkable results in our community.
We are happy to help, anyone, anywhere as we have already for nearly 10,000 patients.
We are a 501(3)(c) non-profit agency who advocates for sick patients. Financial support of The Flippin Lyme Foundation is tax deductible.
Deb Elder of The Flippin Lyme Foundation shows how BVT has shaped her health and road to recovery.
Lyme disease is a tick-borne, multi-systemic disease, caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi. Though antibiotics are used as a primary treatment, relapse often occurs after the discontinuation of antimicrobial agents. The reason for relapse remains unknown, however previous studies suggest the possible presence of antibiotic resistant Borrelia round bodies, persisters and attached biofilm forms. Thus, there is an urgent need to find antimicrobial agents suitable to eliminate all known forms of B. burgdorferi. In this study, natural antimicrobial agents such as Apis mellifera venom and a known component, melittin, were tested using SYBR Green I/PI, direct cell counting, biofilm assays combined with LIVE/DEAD and atomic force microscopy methods. The obtained results were compared to standalone and combinations of antibiotics such as Doxycycline, Cefoperazone, Daptomycin, which were recently found to be effective against Borrelia persisters. Our findings showed that both bee venom and melittin had significant effects on all the tested forms of B. burgdorferi. In contrast, the control antibiotics when used individually or even in combinations had limited effects on the attached biofilm form. These findings strongly suggest that whole bee venom or melittin could be effective antimicrobial agents for B. burgdorferi; however, further research is necessary to evaluate their effectiveness in vivo, as well as their safe and effective delivery method for their therapeutic use.
Third-degree heart block associated with Lyme carditis is an uncommon manifestation of Lyme disease but is treatable and reversible with appropriate antibiotic therapy and supportive care. Young males are more frequently affected in published cases.
Lyme carditis is an uncommon manifestation of Lyme disease that most commonly involves some degree of atrioventricular conduction blockade. Third-degree conduction block is the most severe form and can be fatal if untreated. Systematic review of the medical literature identified 45 published cases of third-degree conduction block associated with Lyme carditis in the United States. Median patient age was 32 years, 84% of patients were male, and 39% required temporary pacing. Recognizing patient groups more likely to develop third-degree heart block associated with Lyme carditis is essential to providing prompt and appropriate therapy.
OspA is one of the outer surface proteins of the Lyme spirochete. There are many of them, labeled A, B, C, etc. So A is pretty important, being the first one. The problem with OspA is that it is a TLR2/1 agonist. Most TLR2/1 agonists are fungal, so we refer to them as fungal antigens or fungal-like antigens. Scroll down to the list, here: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLR2.