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Lumbrokinase for Lyme?

lumbrokinase for lyme disease

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  • Lumbrokinase, an enzyme sourced from earthworms, while best known for its role in helping combat blood clots, has also garnered praise for its usefulness in breaking down the biofilms associated with Lyme disease
  • At least 300,000 Americans are diagnosed annually with Lyme disease, a bacterial infection spread by ticks as small as a poppy seed
  • Treating Lyme disease is complicated by factors such as coinfections, nutrient deficiencies and toxin overload, as well as the reality many of its symptoms mimic chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia, among other illnesses
  • While conventional medicine most often turns to long-term antibiotic use, I encourage you to investigate the many natural solutions available, including lumbrokinase
  • If you are not finding the help you need and your condition is worsening, you may want to consider adopting the treatment protocol recommended by Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, one of the leading authorities on Lyme disease

By Dr. Mercola

Lyme disease is no respecter of persons and one bite from a deer tick may be the only thing separating you from this devastating illness. Canadian rockstar Avril Lavigne has been struggling with the illness for four years. When her battle with Lyme became public in 2015, Lavigne told People magazine, "I felt like I couldn't breathe, I couldn't talk and I couldn't move. I thought I was dying." She was bedridden for five months.


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