Wednesday, October 5, 2011


I thought this might be helpful for anyone wondering about trying GcMAF injections.
Scott from the posted this on facebook today.

"If you are considering GcMAF as recently mentioned by Dr. Klinghardt on the conference call, please ensure you have your Nagalase levels tested before and during treatment. Also be aware that some patients (around 5%) have a significant inflammatory response that may require other interventions to manage. Thus, while GcMAF may be promising and a good option for some of us, it requires a doctor that is familiar with it to help with the blood testing and support during the 4-6 months of injection therapy. Please discuss with your doctor before trying this on your own."
Learn more about GcMAF at this link.
Here is a link to some additional valuable information about GcMAF from Scott who has recently started receiving weekly injections.
This is a link I found to a forum post by someone who went to Europe and treated there using GcMAF for XMRV treatment.
GcMAF is said to cost about $400. a month. Someone named Sushi on this forum says people can send her a private message because she pays less for her GcMAF.
I hope to read and share more about GcMAF treatment in the future.
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Notes From Dr. Klinghardt's Lyme Disease Phone Seminar on Oct 4 2011

Some Notes Taken From  Dr. Klinghardt's Phone On Seminar Oct 4 2011.

 I was multi tasking while listening to the call so please don’t shoot me if any of this information is incorrect.

Most of us missed the first 16 minutes of the call due to technical difficulties beyond our control.

This is some of what Dr. Klinghardt discussed.

Lyme disease causes narrowing of the blood vessels.
All the co-infections & Lyme disease hang out mostly in the lining of the blood vessels. A smaller amount hangs out in the connective tissue.

The brain actually shrinks if Lyme disease goes untreated for years and years.

Home & work place conditions need to be fixed first.

EMFs/electromagnetic smog needs to be dealt with.

There should be no cordless phones nor wireless technology in the home.

Turn off all fuses at night in the home for sleeping.

Your home should be as mold free as possible.

Dr. Klinghardt said everyone should do ERMI testing to test your home for mold. You can buy the test from for around $250 he said and he said everyone should read Surviving Mold a book by Dr. Richie Shoemaker to help with fixing home or work place mold issues. He mentioned a ERMI test score of 2 is not good and everyone he knows who used that test has had a score over 2 so far. If your score is over 2 it will limit your ability to get well.

My two cents on mold. Yes everyone with Lyme disease has had past and or present mold issues they need to work on if they want to get well. I found grapefruit seed extract capsules helpful for mold toxins. You can have mold issues in your home without water damage or signs of mold. Mold often hangs out inside the walls and mold spores occur in the air of all homes even brand new ones. You need to find out what type of mold you have in your home and the levels. I am tired of listening to Lyme patients who tell me they do not have mold in their home. If you want to stay in denial about mold you will stay sick. 

Now to get on to the rest of what doctor Klinghardt had to say on the call. 

Detoxification he said is very important.

He said biotoxins from the disease are crucial to deal with.
He recommends using the chlorella he offers at He said it is the one he trusts and to use it for removing toxins from the body. Personally I have used other chlorella that is more reasonably priced that I like and find helpful.

It is important to kill microbes that are in the system. They communicate with each other and create biofilms. Biofilms are colonies that contain mold & spirochetes & the DNA of worms among other things.  

Dr. Klinghardt said there is a recipe for a Lyme cocktail to make on his website. You make it in the blender each morning and it is anti-fungal & anti-virual as well as having other healing properties. He said to ramp up slowly on the “Lyme Cocktail” and to use it daily for a year.

Immune modulation is important to balance out the immune system. He has used various treatments in the past. Now there is a new injectable treatment he likes. It turns on the part of the immune system that has been blinded by microbes. The monthly cost is $400. It is called GcMAF He recommends doing this treatment after ones deals with environmental mold issues not before. I would love to try these injections. All donations for this treatment will be gladly accepted. My current income of zero does cover this : )

Restoring the damage is the last part of the treatment – he uses a new herbal compound an ayurvedic herb Mimosa pudica for this. It comes in capsules and it can be used against Lyme disease, worms and co-infections. It helps to restore the nervous system. I believe he sells it at at Biopure.

Diet he said is very important He likes the diet by Susan Owen It is a low oxalic diet and helps with inflammation. He said you can google the diet and find it online.  I noticed Greg from Two Frogs Healing Center also thinks this diet is important for Lyme patients. 

Headstands he said are important to do for one hour a day. The patient can do a modified one with the use of a chair or a swing. Getting upside down gets rid of brain fog and helps to dilate veins.

Bee venom ointment on the back of the neck helps opens the circulation to the brain and kills the bugs on the back of the neck as well.  

Homeopathic witch hazel he uses on everyone. I did not catch what for.

Redroot tincture he said is important for help with the lymph system. I have taken it before. Red root is a Buhner herb and I found it helpful.

Lyme patients have sinus and tonsils that are constantly inflated. He uses neuro therapy injections for these issues and he teaches other practitioners how to do them.

Use electro acupuncture and or muscle testing for deciding what supplements to take.  

People who recovered from Lyme he said according to a survey done in the past used energy medicine devices or machines like Rife technology and or used antimicrobials. He prefers to use the mind/brain directly instead of Rife to work on past traumas and family issues. I did not quite understand how he goes about doing this. He said the US government is on a witch hunt lately hunting down the use of energy devices. Maybe that is one reason he recommends the mind?

For people interested in using Rife he said to google Richard Loyd “Who is the master of energy medicine in the USA.” 

He recommends a Earthing Pad for sleeping at night from a company called Little Tree yet a friend thinks he said from Small Tree. I believe he said the way to contact this company is to email if Little Tree does not work try Small Tree. They sell both the cranial electrical stimulation unit he recommends and earthing pads. The cranial electrical stimulation device you use for 20 minutes in the morning and 20 at night.

Also for help with sleep and insomnia he says to take

50 mg of 5-HTP in the morning and 100 mg at bedtime

Tryptophan you can take up to 4 grams before bed

Lithium orotate go from 60 to 100 mg before bed

EMFs create the worst sleep and cause the most Lyme insomnia.

Jaw cavitations can cause issues so must be properly cleaned up. Silver fillings can out gas and move mercury to the brain so all patients must have them removed. Chronic jaw infections must be cleaned up. He recommends this dentist at He is good for jaw issues and sees patients in LA and Seattle.

New kinds of spirochetes are found often. There are over 300 sub types of spirochetes. He says it is airborne now and can come from a sneeze and there is no question that Lyme disease is sexually transmitted. He has patients who have passed Lyme disease to their mate. He says Lyme disease can definitely be spread through kissing and definitely through breast milk. The spirochetes are able to move and spread quickly. Our immune system is not prepared for the spirochete.

My personal practitioner believes that Lyme disease can be transmitted sexually. She recommends practicing safe sex so you do not give Lyme disease to your mate and then have it returned to you in a new mutated strain or form. She believes it is difficult to get well that without practicing safe sex.

Homeopathic Belladonna is what Dr. Klinghardt uses for eye issues.

He treats babesia with Liposomal artemesia.

He treats Morgellons just like he treats Lyme disease and then it clears.

Since starting to treat people with GcMAF he stopped using antibiotics in his office because now he no longer has a need for them.

If you would like to read more about Dr. Klinghardt go to this link.

This is a link to a blog I wrote about GcMAF.

Someone named Sushi on this forum said people can send her a private message because she pays less than $400. a month for her GcMAF & she can tell others how to get theirs for less as well.

I have recently added a donation button to my blog. If you have learned anything from my blog or enjoyed reading my blog & feel so inspired please donate. Any size donation is welcome & can help me with the cost of supplements & will be greatly appreciated. I would love to say I am thriving financially. Instead I will say after going undiagnosed for years & then after having to pay 99% of my costly treatment out of pocket right now any & all donations would be greatly appreciated.

Another super easy way to help me financially is to use my Amazon link when purchasing anything from Amazon. It is located on the upper right hand side of this page. There are no extra charges when you use it. Also please ask your friends & family to use my Amazon link as well. I appreciate your support!!      

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Lyme Disease & Co-infection Testing

I was given unreliable Lyme disease testing more than once while trying to figure out why I was having horrific crippling symptoms like air hunger, nonstop panic attacks, unbelievable runaway anxiety that would not go away, crushing fatigue, an immune system that was not functioning well just to name a few symptoms that were beyond difficult to function with. Unreliable testing along with ignorant medical doctors were the main reasons it took me years to figure out what was causing my symptoms. My doctors were of little help in diagnosing my illness. I went to many different doctors while trying to find out what was wrong with me. I had to suggest to them that they order Lyme disease testing to begin with because they knew very little about the disease & they did not even suspect that I had it. 

Unfortunately the current CDC guidelines for the testing diagnosis & treatment of Lyme disease & co-infections are misleading. Many doctors go by the CDC guidelines making testing for Lyme disease like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Due to the misleading guidelines many Lyme patients including myself are sick & suffering for years before they receive a correct diagnosis. Many people are never diagnosed correctly and believe they have Fibro, MS, ALS, Lupus, Chronic Fatigue, EBV or fill in the blank. Often doctors do not know the correct facts about Lyme disease. It is an epidemic yet they tell their patients fables like "No reason to test if you have an attached tick bite because your chances of getting Lyme disease are one in a thousand". WRONG!!!! 

Lyme disease diagnosis is a clinical diagnosis which means it should be based on symptoms rather than just test results. You can have Lyme disease & due to a variety of reasons still test negative for the disease. 

If you would like to know why you can have Lyme disease yet still test negative for the disease go to this link.

If you suspect you have Lyme disease you need to be seen by a Lyme literate doctor often referred to as a LLMD. You need a doctor who sees Lyme patients all day long so he can guide you through the diagnosis process. If you suspect you have Lyme disease do yourself a favor if at all possible & find a LLMD in your area to begin the process. I wasted hundred of dollars on useless doctors & unreliable testing so please don't waste yours. You can contact for a list of doctors or go to the forum on to the Seeking a Doctor section. The majority of Infectious Disease Society (IDSA) doctors believe "Lyme disease is hard to catch & easy to treat". They also go by the misleading CDC guidelines because the IDSA created the misleading guidelines in the the first place so IDSA doctors would not be very helpful when seeking a correct diagnosis. 

If I was trying to help someone who suspected they might have Lyme disease I would tell them to order a test kit from Igenex Lab in Palo Alto, CA.  I would tell them to order the Igenex Western Blot for Lyme disease & also to do the co-infection testing Igenex lab offers as well. Having a LLMD read the test results when they are returned is important. You might test negative for Lyme disease yet have enough suspicious bands that an doctor experienced with Lyme disease would know to retest you. If you have insurance that would cover your testing you could try using MDL a lab in New Jersey for testing. Co-infection testing can be unreliable as well as Lyme disease testing yet it is still important to test for co-infections. 

I am not an expert on testing just a patient who has been through the process. 

Here is a link to a blog written by a Lyme literate MD on the subject of testing.

Scott the Better Health Guy on testing.

Another informative link from Scott regarding a NEW Borrelia Culture test. For anyone new to Lyme Disease terminology Borrelia is Lyme Disease.

Here is a link to information about another new test for Lyme Disease among other things that Dr. Lee Cowden prefers. It is called Spiro Stat.

If you need assistance paying for Lyme disease testing go to this link.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Seaweed Can Help With Fatigue Radiation Exposure Heavy Metals & More

I woke up feeling very tired this morning. I felt like I was catching a cold. I then ate a handful of dried seaweed called sea palm and bounced right back. Seaweeds contain valuable minerals and eating seaweed can give you energy. If I eat seaweed too late in the day I actually can’t sleep.

Sea palm comes in long skinny spaghetti like strands and is quite tasty crunchy and easy to eat right out of the bag.

Here is a link to some other ways you can incorporate seaweed into your diet.

Seaweed is also said to help the body deal with radiation exposure. That is certainly a plus after the recent nuclear reactor issues in Japan due to the earthquake.

If you don't like eating seaweed you can also take kelp capsules instead. 

According to Herbalist and Wise Woman Susun S. Weed seaweed can do the following: “Seaweeds of all kinds help restore energy by nourishing nervous, immune, and hormonal systems. Make it a habit to eat seaweed as a green vegetable at least once a week. Try kelp in your oatmeal, wakame in your beans, kombu in your soups, hijiki salads, toasted dulse, sea palm fronds, and deep-fried nori!”

Here are some other healing properties of seaweeds.

Seaweed contains 26 times the calcium of milk, seaweed strengthens teeth (and bones!) and helps to fight tooth decay.

Seaweed has antiviral properties so is good to eat when fighting a cold or flu or dealing with respiratory issues.

Seaweed contains B and C vitamins, minerals and amino acids and has anti-inflammatory properties, so sea plants enhance resistance to allergies and other infection.

Sea vegetables contain powerful antioxidants that assist in fighting dangerous free radicals (cells that go wayward) for a super strong and protected immune system.

The iodine and amino acids found in seaweed combine to significantly reduce breast and uterine fibroids; help prevent cysts from forming.

Eating seaweed can help lower blood cholesterol.

The polysaccharides (a form of soluble fiber) found in sea greens, aid in digestion by soothing the digestive and intestinal tracts. So no need for laxatives!

The minerals amino acids and fiber work contained in seaweed work in unison to detoxify heavy metals and pollutants that enter the body through food and the air we breath.

Minerals in seaweed act like electrolytes, which assist the kidneys in regaining optimum function. The fiber content contained in seaweed aids in kidney stone prevention.

Nori contains as much Vitamin C as oranges, and is packed with beta-carotene like carrots, rich in calcium for your bones, iodine and iron for thyroid.

Kelp is high in iodine, which needs to be present for proper glandular function and metabolism. Kelp also contains phosphorus and calcium, as well as magnesium and potassium. Kelp is a source of vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E, plus amino acids. Kelp is the saltiest of sea veggies, so it makes a popular salt substitute. However kelp has been tested and found to be low in sodium.

Wakame is rich in iron and calcium. 

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Have You Ever Wondered How to Test Yourself For Mold Exposure?

Most people with Lyme disease have had past and or present mold exposure from a residence, school, office or church. You can have harmful mold spores in your home without visible signs of water damage leaks or mold. You can not see mold spores in the air. Even if your mold exposure was in the past if you have not treated it before you need to now because there is a good chance it could still be making you sick. 

Scott from BetterHealthGuy.com posted a link to a excellent summary on how to test for mold exposure. Get tested & then treat!!! 

Here is the link to how to test yourself for mold exposure.

VCS APTitude Test ~ do a visual test here. 


Sunday, December 26, 2010

Making Your Own Ghee Is Easy To Do & Healthy For You

Store bought ghee is often contaminated with mold and fungus. 

Mold growing on food is not always visible. To learn more about mold on food here are two links.

I finally learned how to make ghee on Christmas Eve.

Ghee is often used in East Indian cooking. Ghee is suppose to be healthier for you than butter. Ghee is clarified butter that has been cooked longer to remove all the moisture. The milk solids are browned (caramelized) in the fat and then strained out and removed. This gives ghee a delicious rich nutty taste. Ghee is superior to butter because it does not contain the impurities butter contains which are the saturated fat & milk solids. Ghee is said to contain phenolic antioxidants, which bolster the immune system. Ghee has a higher smoke point than butter. That is a big advantage when cooking with ghee.

Ghee is an important part of Ayurvedic Medicine. It is said to aid digestion, memory loss and inflammation. 

I have watched videos on youtube before of people making ghee in a huge pots on their stove and it always appeared to be difficult to make your own. One of my friends told me it is also messy to make so I always bought mine even if my favorite kind of ghee was rather expensive. A 32 ounce jar is $39.50.

My health practitioner called me recently. She is incredibly intuitive and very often psychic. She told me my cholesterol was high. I was a bit shocked and then I realized I was leaning on a giant jar of ghee I had bought when she told me that. We both laughed and she said it was the jar of ghee. I don’t think she knew what ghee is before because another time when I mentioned ghee she did not know what it was. She then said. “Do not eat anymore from that jar of ghee it is full of mold and fungi.”

That statement did not make me happy. I am trying to follow a candida diet so eating anything that contained more mold or fungus was the opposite of what I wanted to achieve. Most people with Lyme disease have candida even if they have not taken antibiotics as part of their treatment. I took antibiotics for probably about two years. One of my idiot doctors had prescribed some Cholestyramine for me to help with mold exposure. I took the CSM for days before I noticed it contained fructose. Fructose feeds candida fungus and mold and it obviously was feeding my candida because my skin became itchy since had I started taking it. That was a huge mistake!

My friend told me a few days after my health practitioner called that store bought ghee can often be contaminated with mold. I asked her where she heard that and she replied: “I read it in the Gut And Psychology Syndrome book and in The GAPS's also emphasized on the GAPS website I believe.”

After two messages that store bought ghee might contain mold I knew it was time to learn to make my own ghee using organic butter. I wondered if I could. I love ghee and make dal which is East Indian spit mung bean soup often. The recipe I use requires ghee. I tried making dal with coconut oil and another time with olive oil and it just did not have the same wonderful flavor as it does when I include ghee.

Ghee is a healthy fat. Dr. Klinghardt recommends ghee as part of his HPU/KPU kyptopyrroluria protocol.  If you would like to learn more about HPU/KPU and how it can affect people with Lyme disease or Autism go to this link. This video is lengthy yet fascinating.

Dr. Klinghardt recommends ghee because it contains omega-6 oils.

Dr. Mercola recommends eating extra ghee for constipation. 

Here is a recipe my friend shared with me for making ghee in the oven. This recipe was super easy and to me seemed much easier than making ghee on the stovetop not that I have made it on a stovetop yet.

After the butter was done cooking in the oven I strained it through cheese cloth with the use of a wire strainer. Next time I would let the butter cool first. You can find many more ghee recipes online and watch videos on how to make it on youtube.

Some tips on making ghee written by an East Indian woman. They are discussing ghee made on a stove:

“Ghee, of course, has to be made right. When the moisture is fully evaporated from the butter, you are left with butter fat. The result is liquid gold, emitting a nutty aroma. This is strained, removing the toasty solids that settle on the bottom of the pan. These solids are flavorful and edible, especially with rice. The filtered fliud is Ghee. Just store it in a clean, dry stainless steel/glass/ceramic container with a fitting lid. The ghee solidifies in the cold and can be scooped. In the summer it stays fluid. Just remember to use clean, dry utensils while spooning ghee out.

Ghee will become solid at room temperature and is best stored in a glass jar. Do not pour your ghee out of the saucepan until it has cooled to a warm temperature that is safe to touch. When we make ghee, we usually make a large quantity by using 3-5 lbs of butter. The shelf-life of ghee is 6 months to many years. If your ghee would become moldy in the next few months, then the water and milk-fat were not fully removed and the ghee should be discarded.”

To sum up this blog on ghee because I can tell from the comments I have received on facebook about it people are not really reading the whole thing. Store bought ghee is often CONTAMINATED with MOLD & FUNGUS. It is easy to make your own ghee in the OVEN. A link to an easy recipe for making it in the oven is included. 

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Just Don't Eat The Plums On Plum Island ~ Lies More Lies & More Denial From the Chicago Tribune

Recently there was a disturbing article written in the Chicago Tribune negating persistent Lyme disease. If you have nothing else to read while in the loo or are clean out of TP you might want to print out a copy of the article. 

Here is a link to the article written by dubious reporters Trine Tsouderos and Patricia Callahan.,0,5671843.story?page=1

They need to stick to reporting about subjects they are familiar with like cupcakes, cakewalks, bake offs, Oprah and celebrity love affairs. Topics they might actually be able to lie about with out appearing to be so transparent. 

The facts in their article about Lyme disease are far from the truth. I believe they are meant to be misleading and are continued myths about Lyme disease generated by the IDSA. The IDSA is the same organization that is suppose to care about the public's health not harm it further with misinformation.  

The ghost of Betty Crocker might appreciate the Chicago Tribune article but anyone who has suffered with persistent Lyme disease in a cold world where medical insurance claims are turned down daily and unfairly I doubt would. Most people dealing with persistent Lyme disease have spent a majority of their savings for various medical treatments while trying to obtain health. Persistent Lyme disease is often not recognized by doctors or our society. I often hear the comment "But you look well". Rarely does anyone in my local community ask me how I am doing in regards to my disease. I am given no support of any kind including emotional support locally. Healthy friends just don't understand what I am going through. It is not like some other well known disease that they understand more about. 

Lyme disease and the co-infections that often come with the disease are very difficult to diagnose due to the purposely misleading guidelines  written for diagnosing by a corrupt IDSA and the CDC. The IDSA recommends unreliable testing. I know because it took thousands of other patients and myself years to get correctly diagnosed while suffering with life altering horrific symptoms in the mean time. 

I experienced intense neurological symptoms, panic attacks, nonstop anxiety, and insomnia just to name a few of my symptoms. I often had agoraphobia and was afraid to leave my home. I had no idea what was causing me to feel like I was losing my mind. I often felt like I could not breathe. If I had known borrelia spirochetes were causing my symptoms it would have been a huge relief from the unknown. I had doctors blame me for having anxiety. Try living with the shame that comes from feeling you are going crazy. You feel like you are mentally ill when in reality you are not. You just have spirochetes wrecking havoc in your body and in your brain. You can't do anything about it because you don't know what is causing the horrific symptoms. If only I had been diagnosed years earlier it would have saved me years of suicidal thoughts, shame, humiliation, and mistreatment by family members especially my sister who relished in the fact that I was not doing well because it made her feel better about herself. She took delight in telling me I was crazy. The whole time my sister's boyfriend was probably also suffering with Lyme disease after his MD refused to test him when he went to his office while presenting with a bulls eye rash. He suffered from deep depression along with suicidal thoughts. After he and my heartless sister were married he died at age 53 of a brain tumor. According to Dr. Klinghardt Lyme disease can often mimic a brain tumor. 

The misinformation Trine and Callahan included in their article will make it even harder for other patients to get correctly diagnosed if any of their lies are believed by readers. Here is a link to just some of the reasons why it is a hard disease to diagnose.

Sadly thousands of other people world wide are walking around improperly diagnosed and not getting their answers because many countries use our CDC guidelines for diagnosing. 

Here is H's story about the shocking road she had to take in order to get diagnosed. No one should have to spend time in a mental hospital instead of being properly diagnosed. We need to bring this disease out of the dark ages before this happens to anyone else.

Regarding the purposely biased reporters Patricia Callahan and Trine Tsouderos who wrote the latest delusional piece for Chicago Tribune's article on Chronic Lyme Disease all I can say is who is paying them to weave such purposely misleading information the IDSA, the CDC, our military, or government, Big Pharma, insurance companies that don’t want to pay out for long term healthcare or corrupt politicians or all of the above? 

According to Dr. Stephen C. L'Hommedieu “Trine's sister, Danielle, has co-authored several studies with the FDA's Robert Ball”

For starters here is a link to Trine Tsoudero’s bio which is worth a laugh and read where she proclaims:

I have covered Hurricane Fran, Tennessee Walking Horses, Oprah, Jennifer Lopez's (now defunct) relationship with Ben Affleck, cupcakes, freak bikers and the honeymoon suite at the Ritz.”:

Trine Tsouderos  appears to have reality issues not only with Lyme Disease and Autism but XMRV virus as well and has spewed her lies and negative spin on all subjects in numerous articles and tweets.

I think more than one person out there in cyberspace is on to the disinformation they have attempted to brainwash the public with.

“Relevant questions I pondered about Trine Tsouderos were: How did she escalate from food and restaurant columnist magnifique to crack Medical and Science reporter; and how did she suddenly become an authority on OSR#1, chelation, autism and vaccines? Could it be she operates in collaboration with undisclosed biased personal connections with an agenda? Investigative research posted on the Age of Autism website by beyond disgusted provides some insight.”

You can read more about Dr. Stephen C. L'Hommedieu opinion on Trine Tsouderos at this link. 

The article Chicago Tribune article is full of misinformation. Here is one of the article's most blatant lies:

“Many of these ideas are central to the chronic Lyme movement, which has gained such momentum that support groups have popped up in just about every state, even though infected ticks live mostly in Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Northeast.”

I guess the ticks that infected me with Lyme disease and co-infections in California never took the time to read the Tribune article yet nor the ticks that have bitten the rest of the patients infected with Lyme disease in California and my small town. The pharmacist in my town asked me to start a Lyme disease support group here because she saw the need. I wonder why if Lyme disease is only found in “Minnesota Wisconsin and the Northeast”?

One needs to ask themself if Lyme disease is so rare, hard to catch and easy to cure as the “Medical” *snicker* reporters from the Chicago Tribune would have us believe then why all the tweets and articles made to discredit persistent Lyme disease?

Just one among many reasons why the media is trying to spoon feed us lies about Lyme disease. 

"A document on the website of Colorado State University revealed that Lyme was being studied in a top-security BSL-3 lab there. (4) Biosafety Level 3 is used for some of the most dangerous pathogens known, which additionally pose a major biowarfare hazard because of transmission by the airborne route. It is only one step down from BSL-4, the highest level of containment, reserved for those agents for which there is no known vaccine or treatment."

You can read more about the fact that Lyme Disease is a bioweapon at this link.

Just don't eat the bogus cupcakes or plums from Plum Island.