The CDC estimates there are a staggering 300,000 newly infected Lyme patients in the United States every year. Lyme disease is a debilitating illness. Not only is conventional antibiotic therapy marginally effective, it is often completely ineffective. Few, if any, treatment options have been available that can have a significant impact on improving the quality of sufferers’ daily lives.
A major reason why many chronically ill Lyme patients never get better is that they have co-existing pathogens keeping them ill, such as Epstein-Barr virus and candida. Furthermore, Lyme patients often develop chronic degenerative diseases as a consequence of Lyme.
Over the years, I have had relatively good success treating Lyme disease using intravenous vitamin C. I have also had relatively good results using intravenous ozone. But now, I am combining the two treatments and the results have been impressive!
The synergistic effect of vitamin C and ozone has not been experienced with any other treatment method. There is no disruption of the gut bacteria because the mode of administration is intravenous and not oral. Also, what used to take 3-6 months to accomplish, we can now accomplish in 10-15 days. For example, after a 10-day treatment, one patient with a particularly severe case of Lyme disease, went from sitting in a chair for four straight months to literally moving all day without sitting!
Comments: Intravenous ozone has been used to treat disease for nearly 60 years, and intravenous vitamin C has been around for over 40 years. Both have a proven track record of safety and effectiveness fighting infections. As a result of the success treating Lyme disease using a combination of the two, it will be used to treat other debilitating chronic infections, including Epstein-Barr virus, candida, cytomegalovirus, hepatitis, herpes, and HIV/AIDS.
The combined treatment will also be used in challenging cases, such as people who come to me saying, “My health has been going downhill. I just don’t feel right. I’m not that old, so I should feel better. I just know something is wrong, but nobody can tell me what it is. I’ve been to some of the top specialists and have had all sorts of tests done, but nobody can figure out what is going on. I’ve had all sorts of treatment too, but nothing has helped.”
Additional comments: In the news just 3 days ago was a report about a Miami woman who died from an infection that was resistant to all 26 available antibiotics (click here). As more and more people die from antibiotic-resistant bacteria, doctors will need to look at alternatives. One alternative that needs to be considered is a combination of intravenous vitamin C and ozone.