Herxing = killing bacteria.
How do you know that the bacteria are actually dying in the process?
Not all bacteria are the same and many gram-negative bacteria can emit endotoxins.
Does this mean that they are actually dying in the endotoxin emission process? Not necessarily if you ask me.
I'm sure they can regurgitate these nasty endotoxins while continuing to live their lifecycle happily ever after.
Why do I get the same intense herx a day later if they are supposedly dying? They can't possibly reproduce in 24h can they? Everyone says that lyme is a slowly replicating organism. I'm assuming that other coinfections that cause chronic illness also reproduce rather slowly.
Post Edited (insomniaaa) : 4/4/2018 4:08:37 PM (GMT-6)