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 a biofilm. A 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.
A biofilm also houses Borrelia in cyst form and co-infections such as Mycoplasma.
READ ARTICLE ON BIOFILM AND LYME DISEASE
In UNDER OUR SKIN AND ITS UPDATE “EMERGENCE” DOCUMENTARY (MUST WATCH) Dr. Alan MacDonald first discovered that the microorganisms that cause Lyme disease can exist in colonies of bacterial biofilms. This theory is now widely accepted and explains why the bacteria are difficult to diagnose and can persist after treatment,
holistic biofilm dissolvers FOUND IN THE “EARTHWORM”
- 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. BUY HERE
- 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. BUY HERE
- 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.
NOTE from VLA: The Salt Cure alone (see: www.LymePhotos.com) has cured myself and many of my friends, as salt dissolves the biofilm. But in my opinion, it wouldn’t hurt of add a biofilm dissolver. I haven’t tried adding an additional biofilm dissolver it since I no longer have Lyme by doing the salt cure for 3- 6 months depending on how long you have had lyme. Basically the salt cure is 4 grams of salt (Consolidated Manufacturer-Amazon), 4 grams of a Vitamin C.
Take this amount 3 times a day.