Lyme disease

Lyme disease is a multi-symptomatic disease, which is not only difficult to treat, but also is in need for a demanding diagnostic in advance.

Ixodes

The castor bean tick with a length of 4 mm. Photo: André Karwath (2005)

It is transmitted to humans by tick bites and can in severe cases lead to paralysis, heart disorders and nerve damage in general.
The incubation period is between 8 days and 3 months. At the first stage (4-6 weeks) formed a reddish ring around the puncture site. This heal but by itself within a few months. There will be a flu-like period of fever, headache, chills, joint pain, etc.. During stage 2 (up to 6 months) there may be meningitis-like symptoms and nerve paralysis with the failure of fine motor skills. The page can also cause chronic skin changes and disease in the lymphatic system.
Lyme disease is a great imitator of other diseases, and is a pin number of symptoms. Lyme disease mimics more than 200 disease patterns. Thus hear Lyme disease, with approximately 60000-100000 outbreaks per year, for the most neglected infectious diseases in Europe.
More than 300,000 are affected each year by Lyme disease in the United States.

Treatment

As a basic treatment of Lyme disease we recommend the Bionic 880 photon system along with Bionic BTN-2bionic-1

The Bionic 880 uses the healing power of bio photons for the regularisation of hormones and stimulation of cells. The radiated bio photons are absorbed by the skin, multiply in the body and distribute themselves “anarchically”.

They reach by the junctions of the nervous system via the spinal cord at the brain and harmonise there, in the sense of reconciliation the production of different hormones.

Bionic BTN-2The system is medically certified and was examined in its effectiveness at International Institute of Biophysics e.V., Neuss, with the help of regularisation diagnostics by Professor A. Popp.

Our knowledgeable staff Jasmin CM Rodriguez and Philip Madsen, both closely following professor A. Popp’s work with the Bionic 880 photon system and you can contact them for details below.

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