Posted 2/17/2020 10:44 AM (GMT -6)
Not sure if this is accurate but seems to make sense:
Biotoxins from Borrelia are fat-soluble, meaning that they predominately reside in your fat cells. When you begin to use Cholestyramine (abbrev. CSM), it starts binding to the biotoxins in your G.I tract and sweeps them out of the body. Suddenly there is now “new space” for more biotoxins to move on down the line from the stored fat cells into this open area (your stomach). I envision this like a bucket that is too full. You can dump out some of the contents, which frees up space, but then it gets filled back up with more. This is what is going on in our bodies when we take CSM. We are expelling the toxins in the bile at a very fast rate with CSM, as it is incredibly powerful. And sometimes you can do this too quickly. When you get rid of too many of these toxins in a short period of time your body begins dumping large amounts of neurotoxins from the fat cells out into the body, quickly flooding you with a toxin overload.