by Bill Sardi
The cure-alls of all cure-alls: resveratrol. It’s a mood pill, longevity pill, aspirin substitute, anti-anxiety agent, brain starter, heart energizer, and now the toughest and most perplexing disease of all, Lyme disease (parasitic bacterium: Borrelia burgdorferi) falls to resveratrol.
This tick-borne infection is reported to cause facial paralysis, and meningitis, with over 300,000 new cases per year in Europe and the USA, and has been a vexing problem for modern medicine to overcome. Antibiotics are somewhat effective but 10-20 percent of the time symptoms persist (joint pain, memory loss, heart palpitations, headaches).
Researchers found Japanese knotweed, from which resveratrol is extracted, had eradicating power. It was a knock-out punch at very low concentrations in a lab dish. It bested 11 other herbal candidates in a recent quest to find a cure. It’s all cited in a recent issue of FRONTIERS IN MEDICINE.
Last year researchers also tested various plant-based oils, only to find the oil from garlic bulbs (botanical name: Allium sativum) at a very low concentration, “completely eradicate” this pathogen. Those with persistent cases of Lyme may find a home remedy by crushing a garlic clove and applying it to the affected area of a tick bite. Garlic and resveratrol pills provide internal therapy for Lyme disease that affects internal organs and tissues.
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