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I have dedicated allot of studying and research to building this blog site. Hoping to help anyone learn more about Lyme disease, and how to rid your self of this killer disease that has infected more people than aids. Lyme can be a slow crippling disease that will kill you.
Will be adding any new information on Lyme I come across ongoing to this site.
Believe you may have all questions answered on this blog site. If you take the time to look at all the links your questions should be answered.
My Daughter and I both had Lyme in the past, I discovered how to kill Lyme through lots of research. We both healed ourselves completely.
I would be open to show any one what we did if interested, see contact E-mail below.
Best of health to You and Loved Ones...
The Herb Guy!
There is lots of very important information in this blog so scroll down and happy reading.
Very Important Movie to Watch about Lyme Disease
Nobel Prize winner Lida Mattman short version Video on Lyme Disease
You Tube Vids to learn important facts about Lyme Disease .
Lyme Disease Symptoms
You Tube Vid to see the proper tick removal.
My Daughter contracted Lyme Disease from a wood tick that was removed from the top of her head. The Doctor removed the tick by placing alcohol soaked cotton ball on it and it backed out of the scalp. This is not the proper procedure for removing a tick of any kind. Placing any kind of irritant or heat on a tick will make it puke its stomach contents into the blood stream thus for sure infecting you. See the above vids on proper tick removal, also a tick maybe embedded for over 24 hours or more and not infect you so proper removal is very important.
Bulls Eye Rash Tick Bite
Click on this Video to see Borrelia Burgdorferi Pathogen's
Dr. Allan McDonald's Lyme Disease Research Video
Borrelia Burgdorferi"(Bb) Pathogens Below
Less than 15% of people that actually have Lyme that are tested through the medical society tested positive, in relation to there low standards of screening for Lyme Disease.
Borrelia Burgdorfer or Syphilis Zoomed In
Ya! so what is the % here in Canada with our low standard of Lyme Disease testing ???
NOW! Let me ask you this question... Would you believe your Doctor here in Canada if he said to you that your test for Lyme Disease was negative, and that you had nothing to be worried about ???
One of my friends tested for Lyme's Disease in Alberta, Canada, through the hospital. They took blood samples and sent them away to be tested. They came back negative for having Lyme Disease Pathogens.
He found a private testing facility in the USA (listed below) that specializes in Lyme blood testing. He had his blood samples sent to them and they tested Positive for Borrelia Burgdorferi, (Lyme Disease) the killer one that looks like Syphilis, that is antibiotic resistant and is being misdiagnosed allot by doctors as Syphilis.
Hey this is a new strain of Borrelia Burgdorferi is antibiotic resistant, that is crippling and killing thousands of people today every where!!! The common old Syphilis pathogen has approx. 30 to 40 strands of DNA.
This NEW strain of Borrelia Burgdorferi is very complex in structure, having approx. 131 strands of DNA which is not common. There is lots of controversy that this is a Syphilis pathogen that has been genetically modified on Plumb Island, by Lyme Connecticut.
Remember how Lyme got its name??? from where it first started to show up. Also as you read more below a well known famous pathologist, has been able to find this deadly Borrellia Burgdorferi pathogen in some pretty scary places !?!
The only accurate way of determining if its the Old Syphilis or the New Complex Pathogen, is to check the protein makers the Pathogen leaves in the patients body.
One of the SEVERAL "Stealth Pathogens" of the name labeled Disease "Lyme's" is called "Borrelia Burgdorferi"(Bb) that can be antibiotic resistant. The Bb spirochete is able to burrow into tendon, muscle cells, ligaments, and directly into organs. It is now realized that the disease can mimic... Syphilis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, Bell's Palsy, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, neuritis, psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia, chronic fatigue, heart failure, andia, irregular heart rhythms, fibromyalgia, dermatitis, autoimmune diseases such as scleroderma and lupus, eye inflammatory reactions, sudden deafness, SIDS, ADD and hyperactivity, chronic pain and many other conditions.
About Dr. Mattman:
Lida H Mattman, PhD, has spent seven decades studying the different forms that bacteria can take. Her contributions to medical science can be summarized best by noting that in 1998 she was nominated for the highest honor attainable in her profession: The Nobel Prize in Medicine. Professor Mattman graduated with a M.S. in Virology from Univ. of Kansas and a Ph.D. in Immunology from Yale. She has taught Immunology, Microbiology, Bacteriology, Virology, Pathology, and for 35 years worked in these fields at various schools and institutions including Harvard Univ., Howard Hughes Institute, Oakland Univ. and Wayne State Univ. where she is Professor Emeritus. She is currently working for the Nelson Medical Research Institute studying the relationship between spirochetes involved in MS, Lyme disease, and ALS.
Biology professor, Lida Mattman, author of "Stealth Pathogens", has been able to recover live spirochetes of "Borrelia Burgdorferi" from ticks, mosquito's, fleas, mites, semen, urine, blood, and spinal fluid.
"Borrellia Burgdorferi" is so dangerous that it can survive and spread without having a cell wall. Antibiotics kill bacteria by breaking down the cell wall. These antibiotics often prove ineffective against "Borrellia Burgdorferi".
This YouTube Video of Lida Mattman is a must see.
THE "WORLD" is being lied to!!! that you can only contract Lyme from Ticks in certain areas... it is a full blown world wide endemic.
Full version of Lida Mattman on disease a must see to get the facts from Nobel prize winner.
Part 1). This is a very important 3 part video by Dr. McDonald a leading pathologist, with decades of experience identifying blood born disease.
Dr. Harvey and Salvato of the USA estimate that 1 billion persons in the world maybe infected with Lyme's Disease. So! do you believe that you can only get Lyme's Disease from a tick bite. Hey man! they proved that Lyme's Disease can be contracted by body fluids just like "Aids" !!!
Education Link for Medical Professional a must read for any one person Click this link:
Dr. Jim Howenstein proved in HIS lab that the Herb "Samento" does kill "Borrellia Burgdorferi" and the other pathogen's labeled as "Lyme's Disease". You have to continue this herb for long periods of time because of the ability of the "Borrellia Burgdorferi" bacteria Pathogen able to burrow so deep into Organs and cell tissue. The Wild Herb "Sarsaparilla" also kills "Borrelia Burgdorferi". "Sarsaparilla" grows all over North and South America. Check out my blog below on "Sarsaparilla" how to help yourself for the cost of your time effort and fuel. Also go on "You Tube" and type in "The Herb Guy" for detailed vids on identifying "Wild Sarsaparilla" in the wild and how to prepare and use this powerful Lyme disease killer.
Here is a link below to "Dr. James Howenstine's" News Page About How Samento Herb kill Lyme Pathogens (A MUST READ):
Make sure you read "Dr. James Howenstine's"Archive page to learn about many other very important MUST READ HEALTH REPORTS..... Click on this link:
To get tested properly for Lyme, here below is a clip from the web site with relevant information.
You will have to send for free test kits, open test kit read order forms fill in information. Then take everything to your doctor, get him to fill the two blood sample tubes, and send your blood samples.
They will test samples and send your Doctor the results. Cost is $1050.00 US for one test. You can get a 15% discount for two or more family members. Make sure you put each family name on the top of each form and do the same as stated above.
There is rumors that Doctors may say NO!!! to dealing with anything in regards to Lyme testing with their patients.
There is a history of many Doctors, losing their licence, helping people with Lyme disease. Watch the first Video at top of this page of proof of this in the USA.
Wild Sarsaparilla below in Fall is best time to dig the root.
Get the scoop on the wild herb " Sarsaparilla"for Killing Lyme.
"Sarsaparilla" is a very abundant wild herb that is indigenous to North,Central and South America, southern parts of Mexico, also surprisingly it is found in Jamaica. This wild herb is a member of the Ginseng family. The root stock is a big value to one's health and it grows everywhere I hike in Western Canada.
I dig this root up in the late fall and early spring with my two kids and always eager to help lab dog. The roots are more potent in the early spring and late fall but are a big advantage to one's health any time you want to dig them up. This plant is identical in appearance to Ginseng with the exception of berry color. Ginseng has a red color berry and Sarsaparilla has a black color berry. The roots grow horizontally just about 3 to 4 inches below the surface. One root may have many plants growing off a long winding tendril.
My Nephew this last spring set our new record, and dug one continuous root stock that was over 15 feet long. The roots have a pleasant Oder to them and maybe gray, tan brown to orange in color depending on earth soil composition. Sarsaparilla has many health enhancing abilities here are some that I have researched through my 30 plus years of wild plant studies. Remember when digging or picking any kind of herb to only take in random spots, this will ensure healthy regrowth of the herb for future harvest.
Click below to see my Vids on " Wild Sarsaparilla" How to identify, dig the root and how to prepare for use against Lyme Disease:
Identify Early Stage Spring "Wild Sarsaparilla"
Identifying and Digging Wild Sarsaparilla Root
Grinding "Wild Sarsaparilla" Part 1
Grinding "Wild Sarsaparilla" Part 2
Digging Dandelion Roots
How To Grind Dandelion Roots
Dandelion herb nutrition factsRevered since earlier times, Dandelion herb is one of the most sought-after herbs to enliven our daily meals. Almost all the parts of the plant, leaves, flower tops, and root, are being used either for culinary purpose or as a curative remedy for certain medical conditions.
Botanically, it belongs to the family of Asteraceae; of the genus of Taraxacum and known scientifically as Taraxacum officinale. There are many common names for this herb like priest's crown, Irish daisy, monk's head, blowball and lion's tooth.
Note golden yellow color flower.
Photo courtesy: John Tann
|Dandelion leaves. Note
succulent, long lion tooth
appearance pinnate leaves.
Herb-dandelion is believed to be originated in the Central Asian region and become naturalized in many parts of the temperate and semi-tropical regions, including Mediterranean. It is a very hardy plant, grows vigorously everywhere in the fields, lawns and meadows. It features long stout taproots from which long-jagged dark-green leaves rise directly from the ground surface in radiating fashion.
Golden yellow color flowers arise at the end of hollow-stalks in late spring to early autumn. Its hollow flower stalks are filled with sweet-scented nectar, attracting bees. Flower-stalks rise straight from the root.
Fully-grown plant reaches about 45 cms in height. Almost all the plant parts exude milky navajo-white color latex from the inured site.
Dandelion rootThe root is a stout, fusiform, and fleshy, dark brown externally and white pulp inside somewhat appears like yam. It contains bitter milky latex; more concentrated than in stems and leaves. Roots are generally dug when the plant turns into second year of life. In general, roots are harvested in summer for medicinal purposes or autumn for drying and grinding for coffee.
Dandelion herb health benefits
Fresh dandelion greens,
flower tops, and roots contain
valuable constituents that are known to have anti-oxidant, disease
preventing, and health promoting properties.
leaves are very low in calories; providing just 45 calories per 100
g. It is also good source of dietary fiber (provide about 9%
RDA per 100 g). In addition, its latex is a good
active principles in the herb help reduce weight and control
cholesterol levels in the blood.
Dandelion root as well as
other plant parts contains
bitter crystalline compounds Taraxacin,
and an acrid resin,
Taraxacerin. Further, the
root also contains inulin
(not insulin) and levulin.
Together, these compounds are responsible for various therapeutic
properties of the herb.
Fresh dandelion herb
vitamin-A per 100 g, about 338% of
daily-recommended intake, one of the highest source of
culinary herbs. Vitamin
A is an
important fat-soluble vitamin and anti-oxidant, required for
maintaining healthy mucus membranes
and skin and vision.
leaves are packed with numerous health benefiting flavonoids such as
carotene-α, lutein, crypto-xanthin and
zea-xanthn. Consumption of
in vitamin-A and flavonoids (carotenes) helps body protect from lung
and oral cavity cancers. Zeaxanthin has photo-filtering functions and
protects retina from UV rays.
The herb is good source
minerals like potassium,
calcium, manganese, iron, and magnesium.
Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids, which
helps regulate heart rate and blood pressure. Iron is essential for red
cell production. Manganese is used by the body as a co-factor for the
antioxidant enzyme, superoxide
It is also rich in many
vitamins including folic acid, riboflavin, pyridoxine, niacin, vitamin
-E and vitamin-C that are essential for optimum health. Vitamin-C is
a powerful natural antioxidant. Dandelion greens provide 58% of
daily-recommended levels of vitamin-C.
is probably the
sources of vitamin
provides about 650% of DRI. Vitamin-K has
potential role in bone mass building by promoting osteotrophic
activity in the bones. It also has established role in the treatment of
disease patients by limiting neuronal damage in the brain.
This humble backyard herb provides (%of RDA/100g)-
9% of dietary fiber,
19% of vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine),
20% of Riboflavin,
58% of vitamin C,
338% of vitamin A,
649% of vitamin K,
39% of iron and
19% of calcium. (Note: RDA-Recommended daily allowance)
|Principle||Nutrient Value||Percentage of RDA|
|Total Fat||0.70 g||3%|
|Dietary Fiber||3.50 g||9%|
|Pantothenic acid||0.084 mg||1.5%|
|Vitamin A||10161 IU||338%|
|Vitamin C||35 mg||58%|
|Vitamin E||3.44 mg||23%|
|Vitamin K||778.4 µg||649%|
Selection and storage
Oftentimes fresh dandelion greens are gathered from the wild, but the herb is better selected from known source. Actually, in many parts of the Mediterranean it is grown as annual crop by sowing in spring or sometimes as garden herb.
In the markets look for fresh, succulent, soft young leaf tops. Fresh leaves are superior in flavor and rich in many vital vitamins and anti-oxidants like ß-carotene, vitamin C and folates. Once at home store the greens in plastic bags and store in vegetable compartment as in spinach, kale etc.
Preparation and serving methods
Fresh greens and flower tops have been used in cooking. Generally pre-washed greens are blanched in boiling water for a minute or so and cooled immediately by plunging into cold water. Blanching reduces bitterness.Here are some serving tips:
tender shoots, raw or
blanched, used in salads and sandwiches
either alone or in combination with other greens like lettuce, kale,
cabbage, chives, etc.
greens may also used
in soups, stews, juices, and as cooked
leaves as well as
flower parts used to make tonic drinks and herbal dandelion teas.
flowers used in
the preparation of wines, schnapps,
and are favored in Arab baking.
grounded roots used to make wonderfully flavorful
Dandelion root is also used in
Medicinal usesAlmost all the parts of dandelion herb found place in various traditional as well in modern medicine.
- The principle compounds in the herb have laxative and diuretic functions.
- The plant parts have been used as herbal remedy for liver and gall bladder complaints.
- The herb is also a good tonic, appetite stimulant and is a good remedy for dyspeptic complaints.
- The inside surface of the flower stems used as a smoothening agent for burns and stings (for example in stinging nettle allergy)
"Sarsaparilla" Berries Below & The Plant
Wild Sarsaparilla Plant Below
Sarsaparilla is one of the best blood purifiers there is on earth, it was used in past history to kill all types of V.D., syphilis and many other blood born diseases such as Lyme Disease. As a matter of fact it was the only known killer for syphilis in past history and there was a world wide demand for this herb root stock.
Here is a compiled list of bodily influences of
Alliterative, Diuretic, Demulcent, stimulant, Antiscorbutic. Uses in history for rheumatism, gout,skin eruptions, ringworm,internal inflammation, colds, catarrh, fever, antidote for deadly poisons, herpes, gravel, headache, asthma, bladder, warts, ulcers, build muscle mass, weight loss, testorone builder, liver detox, there is more but that's just some for example.
See my video for identification and Digging"Wild Sarsaparilla" By "THE HERB GUY".
Below is Picture of Sarsaparilla in Fall Time
I dry out the roots in a warm dry place uncovered and never dry any herbs in the sun light. UV DESTROYS all the good in your herbs. Dry until the root stock snaps clean with out much bend.
Then get a powerful blender and just put in maybe four pieces no longer than three inches long. Put lid on and hit blend for maybe 20 seconds or less. Dump into large bowl and repeat until all is ground up. Make sure to check your blender temp by touch, if it gets hot give a break to cool down. Then get a piece of window fly screen maybe 1 foot square, hold over another large bowl and pour some of your mixture on and shake gently back and forth.
The coarser woody chop left on fly screen is put in other separate container, then repeat until all is done. The fine powder left is either capitulated or it is better used as a tea. The woody chop is used a a tea also. The fine powder is the more potent of the two. One heaping teaspoons of "Wild Sarsaparilla" powder into one cup of boiling hot water, stir well and cover let steep for 3- 5 min. and drink floaters and all, 3 times a day one hour before meals.
Posted by The Herb Guy at 8:55 PM