Sissi Karz, Naturopath, Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece
Three years ago Herr Baklayan gave a very informative presentation on intraand extracellular parasites, which inspired me and no doubt others to think about possible treatment opportunities beyond ampoule therapy.
In the summer I then made initial attempts with my colleague, Dr. Lang, at finding an alternative or supporting measure for treatment using parasite ampoules. The following method has since been introduced very successfully in several practices and has proven effective for a number of different disorders. For this reason I would now like to pass it on to a wider group of colleagues.
The initial idea was to work with blood alone, but the results were not clear or definitive. Only after a second swab with a similar quantity of saliva was added to the cup was it possible to arrive at clear statements using the tensor, with the same results also achieved using kinesiology.
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Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Miinchen
Borrelia infection was originally regarded as an extremely rare disease caused by the spirochetes of Borrelia burgdorferi. It was thought, 30 years ago, that being bitten by a tick which was itself infected with spirochetes was the only transmis-sion route.
Professor of Biology and author of the book "Cell wall deficient forms: stealth pathogens", Lida Mattmann, was able to isolate living Borrelia burgdorferi spirochetes from mosquitoes, fleas, termites, from semen, urine, blood and from cere-brospinal fluid. Borrelia burgdorferi spirochetes can infest tendons, muscle cells, ligaments and even actual organs directly. In the initial stages of the disease it is not always possible to see the classic red halo around the site of the bite.
Later, the disease may even affect the heart, nervous system, joints and other organs. We now know, and for me this is a very important distinc-tion, that this infection is able to mimic a whole ran...