Vitamin C IV mega dose
As controversial as it may be, Vitamin C has outperformed Antivirals in trials on HIV-infected human cells. We are not claiming or advising anyone to solely take Vitamin C for their infections over current treatments, but merely suggesting that it may be beneficial to incorporate it at high doses in combination with your antimicrobials. Mega doses of Vitamin C are substantially effective even in the worst cases of immune suppression. Vitamin C is not administered with the purpose of it being absorbed and stored as most of it is used immediately. It quickly transforms from H202 to H20 + (-0), which has been proven to eradicate up to 3000 times more pathogens than chlorine without the caustic effects. The average treatment of IV therapy Vitamin C is 100 grams, and can take 2-4 hours to be fully administered. We highly suggest this protocol to treat chronic Lyme as well as to maintain remission.
IV Therapy Silver
Silver has been widely used in healthcare since the early 19th century as aristocrats used it to heal injuries, disinfect wounds and some even claimed that it had anti-aging benefits. We now know that silver does in fact hold a potent anti-germicidal effect due to its highly negatively charged AG ions which binds irreversibly to viral glycoproteins (as shown in HIV studies) or on the E. coli’s surface receptors. This process ultimately incapacitates the pathogenic replication cycle in both cases. In the bacterial case, the immediate apoptosis of the cell occurs after it has been left uncommunicated by the Silver’s potent ionic binding. We have been able to successfully treat hundreds of cases with silver IV therapy with positive responses in both viral and bacterial infections. Furthermore, there are even newer studies that report important activity of enhancement of the antigen presenting cell activity (Dendritic Cells) by using injected silver.
Low Dose Methylene Blue (M-Blue) is an antioxidant substance that regenerates and repairs the mitochondria and helps restore their breathing function. It is a potent nutraceutical that crosses the Blood Brain Barrier and possesses a wide range of effective application. We use it both orally and intravenously to treat malaria, babesia, anaplasma to name a few. It has been shown that Methylene blue can be used to kill parasites, help mitochondrial function and protect the brain from disease while simultaneously enhancing nerve cell signaling.
Antimicrobial IV Therapy
Traditional antibiotics: Oral or intravenous (IV) antibiotics can be used to help eliminate Lyme or tick-borne bacteria from the body. Antibiotic treatment is tailored to each individual and is often used in combination with other treatments and therapies to ensure the bacteria is eradicated completely.
- Anti-microbials which act in the cell’s membrane
- Anti-microbials which act inside of the cell
- Anti-microbials that act against persisting cells
- Anti-microbials that act against Bio-films
- Anti-microbials against virus, yeast, fungal, parasites or other-directed therapy
Sodium Phenylbutyrate is converted to a substance in the body that helps the kidneys eliminate waste substances from the body. This comes very handy when dealing with ammonia producing bacteria and during bacterial die-off. Several bacterial toxins can destabilize cell membranes leading to dysfunctions in cell signaling and homeostasis as well as neurodegeneration.
Gallium is a similar metal as iron—both share chemical properties. Studies have shown that gallium-based compounds have potential therapeutic activity against iron dependent bacterial microorganisms, such as Bartonella. By functioning as an iron mimetic element, gallium disrupts microbial iron utilization through mechanisms that involve gallium binding to siderophores and down-regulation of bacterial iron uptake. When this is taking place, such bacteria become vulnerable to eradication by synergistic antimicrobial therapy.
Disulfiram Hyperthermia Treatment
Recent studies indicate that disulfiram is effective at killing both the active and persisting forms of Borrelia burgdorferi, the microbe that causes Lyme Disease. Hyperthermia has also been of interest as researchers have studied its capability to increase capillary perfusion where bacteria can hide. In recent studies, when increasing a patient’s temperature by around 10%, it was observed to increase the effect of Disulfiram against different Borrelia strains, ultimately observing a dramatic clinical response to the treatment combo. As it turns out, increasing the temperature of a patient can increase the absorption and penetration rate up to 16-fold of most drugs; consequently, the effect of Disulfiram and other antibacterial combinations by whole body hyperthermia is significantly multiplied.