I was inspired by this treatment option where people heat up their body's temperature high enough to kill the spirochetes (I believe it was in Germany).
That got me thinking if spirochetes die at cold temperatures too. Unfortunately that didn't yield any luck because the monsters survive very cold temperatures, but I did find this really interesting article:docdro.id/s9Yfyl6
(scroll down a bit).
What this document is saying is that spirochetes change its major surface proteins (!!!) in response to temperature.
This reminded me of Contrast Hydrotherapy, although not mentioned in the article.
This is is literally going from hot water to cold water or vice versa, several times.
I think it would be worth for some of us to do some experiments with this.
For example, taking a very hot shower, then a very cold one, and back and forth a certain amount of times.
If my theory is true, we might be able to find a way to get the spirochetes to change shape (read: come out of its biofilm/cysts whatever you want to call it), so our body can fight the dormant ones.
Just brainstorming. But I think I'm going to give it a try.
Post Edited (Rainy cloud) : 4/11/2018 7:57:11 AM (GMT-6)