Dave Here Now said...
@Lapis_29, thank you so much for this share! Very interesting.
On a related note, I found a video this week on YouTube that had *Contrary information* specifically about Acetylcholine pathways in the brain & lyme, amongst other factors. You can watch the video here:
At first, I thought this guy was a bit of a wingnut, but he seems to have done quite a bit of research and seems to have a good grasp of the science. Then again, he *is* selling his proprietary herb blend, so I do take what he's saying with a grain of salt.
But none the less, this is an important video to watch before we all go taking supplements for acetylcholine, just in case it's not the right move. All the best to you all
so glad you posted that video. prompted me to look deeper and check it out!
found a case study where a patient with severe neuro-lyme was cured with ABX and Pyridostigmine!
Pyridostigmine being the very drug I noted above that is in the family of Prescript
ion drugs that increase acetylcholine, they are called Cholinesterase inhibitors
so honestly I think I am on the right path here.
Also that guy in the video has no sources, no studies, just "i read a thing somewhere once that said..."
well..what thing? where? when? can we read it?
and would it kill him to shave and throw on a shirt? lol! just kidding.
here is the case study.
Scand J Infect Dis. 2007;39(2):187-90.
Myasthenia and neuroborreliosis with excessively high acetylcholine-receptor antibodies.
In a 29-y-old male with neuroborreliosis, partially responsive to ceftriaxone, myasthenia gravis with acetylcholine-receptor antibodies elevated almost 1000 times the upper reference limit was diagnosed. Pyridostigmine resolved all remaining neurological deficits. During a 1-y follow-up the patient remained symptom free, despite persistently high acetylcholine-receptor antibodies. They were attributed to epitope homology of the acetylcholine receptors and Borrelia surface antigens.
note that the acetylcholine receptor antibodies are extremely high. that means the body is starved for acetylcholine
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