Lyme Disease Bioweapon? Natural Tonic Treats Disease without the Adverse Effects of Antibiotics


For decades, many have suspected that the US government may have created Lyme’s disease. Last year, the House of Representatives directed the Pentagon to disclose whether or not it used ticks to infect people with Lyme’s between 1950 and 1975. This suggests it could be a bioweapon. As scary as that might sound, you can rest easy knowing there are effective solutions.

Lyme Disease as a Bioweapon

In 1975, Lyme disease was first discovered in Lyme Connecticut, hence the name. The location is very close to the mysterious government animal disease research facility at Plum Island, NY. Because of its proximity, some claim this widespread epidemic was either an experiment that escaped containment or was intentionally released as a weaponized form of syphilis.

On July 11, 2019 the House of Representatives approved a bill that requires the Inspector General to inform Congress whether or not the US government carried out experiments on ticks and Lyme disease and if it released them into the wild, either accidentally or on purpose.

The amendment was introduced by New Jersey Rep. Chris Smith who said he was inspired to write it by “a number of books and articles suggesting that significant research had been done at US government facilities including Fort Detrick, Maryland, and Plum Island, New York, to turn ticks and other insects into bioweapons.”

“If true, what were the parameters of the program? Who ordered it?” Smith said during a debate for the amendment. “Was there any accidental release anywhere or at any time of any of the diseased ticks?”

This official decision has sparked new interest among the American population. If this conspiracy is officially confirmed, the public will be outraged at the malevolence in the US government for spreading this debilitating disease. According to the CDC, between 300,000 and 427,000 cases of Lyme disease are diagnosed each year in the United States. The Pentagon did not offer any response so far.

Symptoms of Lyme Disease

In chronic Lyme disease, the immune system makes too many cytokines, which, in lay terms, is bad. These compounds activate your immune system, which is normally good, but in a way that causes it to attack itself.

An overabundance of cytokines means:
• Suppress the immune system;
• Increase inflammation and cause pain;
• Decrease hormone production from organs like the thyroid and the adrenal glands;
• Disturb sleep;
• Decrease brain function;
• Increase fatigue and tiredness;
• Waste muscles, cause depression;
• Decrease the function of various organs throughout the body resulting in many other symptoms and medical problems.

Effective Lyme Treatment Relies on 4 Main Objectives

1. Killing the Lyme spirochete.
2. Boosting immune system function.
3. Supporting collagen and connective tissue health.
4. Addressing symptoms (e.g., inflammation, fatigue, Lyme carditis, bacterial die-off reactions, etc.)

Why Antibiotic Treatment Is Not the Best Option

If you think long-term antibiotic treatment is the solution, you need to know that it can lead to life-threatening adverse effects. This treatment, which is used by most conventional physicians, will seriously harm your gut’s microbiome.

Antibiotics will also increase your risk of yeast or fungal infections, two already common issues in Lyme disease. Moreover, your natural immune function will be diminished, increasing your risk of antibiotic-resistant infection. For these reasons, you are going to feel the safest and healthiest using natural solutions whenever possible.

That said, a short course of antibiotics could nip the problem in the bud if you have been recently bitten by a Lyme carrying tick. But after the disease has been in your body for more than a couple weeks, then there’s probably no need for you to subject yourself to the dangers of antibiotics.

Lymes Disease Prevention

A wise policy with Lyme disease prevention is to check for ticks after being in places where you are likely to encounter them. Lyme’s disease takes roughly 24-48 hours to travel from the stomach of the tick to your bloodstream; so catching a tick bite early is ideal.

But what happens if you do get the disease?

Lyme’s is very similar to other illnesses that attack the body and compromise the immune system. Some of the best treatments address the core problem while improving health holistically.

We’re going to focus on one proven product in particular: Lyme tonic – good for Lyme disease as well as overall immune system support. Finally, an effective treatment for Lyme disease.

Functions of Lyme Tonic Ingredients

The following ingredients of the Lyme tonic were selected because of their natural healing qualities. If you aren’t already familiar, drug companies spent enormous amounts of money trying to replicate what nature does… naturally. This means that turning to plant solutions is safe and very effective.

Japanese Knotweed: anti-inflammatory, increases microcirculation, analgesic, anti spirochetal, antibacterial. It is contraindicated with blood-thinning drugs and before surgery. High levels of resveratrol make this an important part of treatment. It has all kinds of good effects on the body, acting as an antibiotic, reducing inflammation, and interrupting cytokine cascades that make you feel terrible.

Cat’s Claw: for immune stimulant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, depression. It is contraindicated with blood-thinning drugs, immunosuppressive drugs, and pregnancy or before surgery. Uncaria Rhynchophylla is anticonvulsant, anti-seizure, neurological protectant, and smooth muscle relaxant, anti-inflammatory. Rhynochophylla should not be used with drugs that lower blood pressure.

Ashwagandha: anti-spirochete, anti-inflammatory, helps with fatigue, anxiety, and insomnia through calming and modulating the nervous system. Also has some antimicrobial aspects.

Kudzu: exceptional for brain and central nervous system issues (tingling, numbness, etc.).

Hawthorne: specifically protects the heart from infection and inflammation.

Eleuthero: added as a recommendation from Buhner’s book to increase energy and improve overall strength.

Milk Thistle: helps the liver detoxify more effectively (contains silymarin).

Burdock: anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, liver support, aids detoxification.

Red Root: helps the lymphatic system to flush out debris, opening up the lymph system for proper detoxification. Red root also helps with the co-infection Bartonella.

The technical jargon means these substances were scientifically studied. Resultantly, we have science as the foundation for effective Lyme’s treatment.

Enhancing the Protocol

The Lyme tonic can be used in tandem with colloidal silver. The effectiveness of this non-pharmaceutical antibiotic has been well-researched in treating Lyme disease.

Colloidal silver has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. It also assists in the reduction of inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract, supporting healthy gut function and the effectiveness of any detoxification process. Many alternative Lyme protocols encourage the use of colloidal silver.


For years Lyme’s was considered just another parasite, but with the action taking by Congress, we could learn that it is indeed some kind of bioweapon.
It takes a toll on your immune system, but with a safe and effective tonic, you can restore your health.
If you suffer from Lyme’s, or other autoimmune diseases, restoring the immune system with natural products not only provides relief but makes you feel good about not polluting your body with pharmaceuticals.


March 8, 2020


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