Last Modified on Mar 23, 2015
Treatment of mycoplasma fermentans requires a directive approach as the bacteria lack a cell wall. As such, treatments incorporating natural remedies are often more effective than typical antibiotic options. Natural treatment options include chelation and destruction of the bacteria to prevent and reverse progression of the condition.
What is Mycoplasma Fermentans?
Mycoplasma fermentans is considered the most common Lyme co-infection. Cause by the smallest bacteria, the condition enters the body and spreads to any cell, altering its cellular makeup and division. Symptoms of the condition include flu-like aches and pains, cramps, muscle spasms, night sweats, fever, memory loss, depression, irritability, gastrointestinal issues and many others.
Natural Cures for Mycoplasma
Treating mycoplasma fermentans involves destroying and removing the bacteria from the system. Specific treatment options include borax, calcium and clove oil. These elements are used to breakdown and successively remove bacteria from the body.
Borax is a naturally-occurring mineral comprised of sodium, boron, oxygen and water. When used as a detoxifying agent, borax clings to toxins in the body and proceeds to remove them. A remedy dose is approximately 10 mg of boron dissolved in a quart of water daily.
Calcium can also be used as an effective chelation device. When taken daily, calcium binds to the nanobacteria and transfers them out of the body. Calcium also helps replenish lost nutrients.
Clove oil is another important component for treating mycoplasma fermentans. Clove oil serves as a nanobacteria killer when paired with calcium. The clove oil attacks the harmful bacteria better facilitating chelation.
Mycoplasma fermentans is a pervasive condition that involves the invasion of unique bacteria into any cell. Left untreated, the condition can progress rapidly; however, natural treatment options are available that facilitate effective removal of the pathogen as well as advanced recovery of the system.
I am want to rid my body of mycoplasmas. I cannot fine any where as to how long (day, months, etc.) to use Borax. I also noticed some people were doing 5 day on and 2 day off. Is this the recommended protocol for using Borax? I would appreciate any help you can give me. Thanks
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