Biofilm Eradication Protocol
Lyme disease biofilms are protective communities for Lyme germs. Inside these bacterial reservoirs, various forms of the Lyme spirochete can hide from prescriptive antibiotics, herbal antimicrobials, and the immune system. In chronic Lyme and associated diseases, biofilms can cause treatment resistance and relapse once antibiotics or herbal antimicrobials are stopped. In addition, the bacteria have an opportunity to perform horizontal genetic transfer during which bacteria creates super bacteria that is almost indestructible due to the mutated genetic material acquired inside the biofilms. Therefore, it is a top priority to effectively combat these resilient reservoirs known as biofilms. There are very few approaches that truly eradicate biofilms. The Biofilm Eradication treatment we offer at Lyme Mexico Clinic is based on the only published material that successfully eradicates biofilm structures in all of the cases. It has been proven that biofilm structures are not found after 7, 21 and 40 days after treatment.
The protocol is combination of anthracycline derivatives and antimicrobials that act intra and extracellular. The Anthracycline activity works by inhibition of DNA and RNA synthesis by intercalating between base pairs of the DNA/RNA strand, thus preventing the replication of persistent bacteria and their biofilm colonies. Recent studies have shown this combination prevents the relaxing of supercoiled DNA, thus blocking DNA transcription and replication, producing DNA breaks.