Addressing Lyme Disease Lyme disease is a common and challenging illness that affects millions of people in the United States alone. In this post, we
Addressing Lyme Disease
Addressing Lyme Disease
Lyme disease is a common and challenging illness that affects millions of people in the United States alone. In this post, we will talk about the origins of Lyme disease, review common misconceptions about the illness, and discuss a new approach to Lyme that offers hope to those suffering from this debilitating condition.
Where did Lyme Disease come from?
In World War II, German scientists developed the Lyme disease bacteria as a biological weapon. When the war was over, some of these scientists were exiled to the United States and relocated to Plum Island off the coast of Lyme, Connecticut. The bacteria was unknowingly transmitted to local deer, who brought it into the city and surrounding areas as ticks started biting and passing it.
This is how Lyme disease got its name and why it became synonymous with deer tick bites.
Not Just About Ticks
Recent research has revealed that Lyme disease can also be airborne, much like colds and flu. This debunks the common belief that being bitten by a tick is the only way to contract Lyme disease. Understanding this alternative mode of transmission is crucial in effectively diagnosing and addressing the disease.
One of the major challenges in addressing Lyme disease is that it is caused by bacteria, which have cell membranes. Antibiotics, which are often prescribed, work against cell membranes. However, Lyme bacteria can shed their cell membranes, enter inside our cells, and protect themselves from being harmed by antibiotics. This poses a significant hurdle in eradicating the bacteria and curing the body.
Frequency Approach to Healing
Fortunately, there have been significant advancements in the approach to Lyme disease. By targeting specific frequencies, it is possible to destroy Lyme bacteria, even when they are shielded inside cells. This breakthrough provides hope for individuals seeking a solution beyond traditional antibiotic therapy. Coupled with oxidative therapies, such as IV treatments utilizing ultraviolet light, the new modalities offer a powerful and effective approach to addressing Lyme disease.
A niece of Dr. Jerry Tennant, who was diagnosed with Lyme disease, experienced remarkable improvement in her symptoms after receiving frequencies and oxidative therapies, which has lead to a restored quality of life.
There Is Hope
Lyme disease may be a challenging illness, but by exploring new healing modalities, we can offer hope to those affected by this condition. Understanding the origins of Lyme disease and embracing new approaches to care can help individuals find relief and regain control of their health.
Let the Senergy & The Tennant Institute help you get well!
If you’ve been recently diagnosed with Lyme Disease or have been battling it for some time, your body’s voltage might be low. An effective way to reset your body’s natural ability to make new healthy cells and accelerate the healing process is via Dr. Tennant’s protocols, which can be done from home with the BioModulator® & BioTransducer® devices. You can learn more about them here.
To address the root cause of the Lyme bacteria with oxidative therapies, you can schedule an appointment with the Tennant Institute clinic at this link.