These came out on the first of this month.
The strategy seems to be keeping the bacteria active to better eliminate them. What the conventional treatment now is taking large doses of antibiotics over a longer period of time to try and get the bacteria in its various states. This finding implies they were not as successful when the bacteria was dormant. It also indicates the bacteria does not typically get drug resistant. So whats the problem? This was done in a dish and if antibiotics could not destroy them head on than what can we expect when they are barried in tissues dormant? No doubt many get well with the multiple antibiotic approach but many have not. This looks like a promising discovery. Plus many antibiotics contribute to making more cyst according to reports.
I know of someone who got well using a similar faster pulse method of one day on one day off with smaller doses of BB barrier antibiotics . The question is what is the ideal pulsing regime. Fast every other day or one day on and 3 days off? Or 6 weeks on and
3 weeks off like I believe Dr B used?
Finding the right pulse combos could really help maximize the teatment.
**** Just a theory say you take your antibiotics on Monday and say it takes the Lyme bacteria 1-3 days to become active and divide. From my understanding it's a slow growing bacteria compared to others. Most antibiotics have a 1- 2 days half life some shorter. The absence of antibiotic in the blood may trigger the spirochete to become active. That's when you hit them with a antibiotics again. If your bacteria is more active and activates say In less than a day you can dose right away. Either way you are smoking them out so you can get them. If they stay dormant during the 3 days you are off. Than you are at a stalemate for that pulse and may have to consider more days in between. At the very least you are giving your body a break from antibiotics and that's a win. I'm not a scientists but do have a medical background and this makes sence. The question is what do you do if you have coinfections? Would this work for Bartonella? Or a condition that is constantly progressing? Could you run an antimicrobial herb underneath the pulse to keep the Bart in check while you pulse? In doing so you would also be reducing the Bart on the days you are taking antibiotics. Not sure how it would apply to babesia? Also was told that you need to do a cardiovascular exercise when possible to maximize you antibiotics intake into the capillaries 10 min thirty min after taking the antibiotics.
Thanks to W. W. Who was kind enough to share this valuable information. The basic premise is his work and i take no credit for the time and effort he put into this. Will I appreciate your efforts and the time you spent with me to explain it. Eternally greatful.
Post Edited (Cardinal&Gold) : 6/13/2015 5:47:36 PM (GMT-6)