Beating Lyme Disease Formula


Back To Your Roots Herbs beating Lyme formula consist of Otoba bark and Cat’s claw and other antiparasitic and antimalarial herbs. Our formula is packed with natural chemicals such as quassinoids. Several of the quassinoids are ailanthinone, glaucarubinone, and holacanthone, documented to be antiprotozoal, antimalarial, and anti-amebic.

Lyme disease has become increasingly prevalent during the past few years, occurring very far from East Coast states where it was initially discovered. It is the fastest-growing infectious disease in America, and some of its victims become either mildly or severely ill. In 1993, 8,257 new cases were reported. In the year 2000, 17,730 cases were reported. In 2005, there were 23,305 new cases reported, approximately three times as many as in 1991. The numbers climb, conservatively, at least 8 percent per year. In Europe, nearly 60,000 cases are reported annually, and the numbers are increasing in Canada. There is Lyme disease in Great Britain, Sweden, Finland, and Asia. It has become a global disease.

Lyme disease was identified at a time of relative calm regarding infectious diseases. When it came to the public’s attention in 1975, it was viewed as a new illness. Not until six years later, when the causative organism was identified, it was found to be an infectious disease whose symptoms can be arthritic, neurological, behavioral, cardiac, dermatological, muscular, or otherwise. The connection between ticks, bacteria, and rashes was not immediately evident.


The initial Lyme disease flulike symptoms of fatigue, malaise, neck ache, or a headache are often vague and fleeting and may not occur immediately after the tick bite. Although some people have high fevers, most don’t. Unfortunately, with numerous Lyme disease characteristics, it is less likely that an antibiotic will be prescribed early, as would more likely occur for other infections. Without the usual indicators, it is not surprising that many Lyme disease cases are not treated early or are missed. Physicians who have never knowingly seen a case of chronic Lyme disease may say, “How can she be so sick when all her tests are normal?” In addition to the lack of fever or elevated white blood cell count, other characteristics of the Borrelia burgdorferi spirochete result in a missed diagnosis. Having Lyme disease once does not protect against future infections and often results in the frequent comment, “You’ve already had Lyme disease. This can’t be Lyme disease.” Not only can you get Lyme disease any number of times, but relapses may also occur. It is also possible that Lyme disease was not cured the first time, and the return of Lyme disease symptoms indicates the recurrence of the original infection.


There can be wide variability in how Lyme disease presents, making the diagnosis more difficult for those who are unfamiliar with Lyme disease. It is a multisystem illness, meaning that it can affect many parts of the body, depending on where the bacteria travel. As a result, those with Lyme disease typically experience many unrelated symptoms, confusing those who don’t know that Lyme disease often presents itself in this way. In addition to their variability, many Lyme disease symptoms, except for the erythema migrans rash, can also be present with other disorders. A fast, pounding heart, or irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness, swollen lymph nodes, headaches, dizziness, painful or swollen joints, back pain, gastrointestinal problems, light sensitivity, ringing in the ears, anxiety, depression, fatigue, learning problems in children, sleep problems, could all be symptoms of conditions other than Lyme disease, and ones that are far more familiar to the public and their doctors.


Unnecessary tests are costly as well as time-consuming. With time and without a diagnosis, insurance companies typically pay for expensive and futile procedures to diagnose conditions that the patient does not have. With the Lyme disease problem blanketed, insurance companies also usually pay for a wide array of tests, office visits, emergency room visits, and hospitalizations. Nevertheless, some of these tests can be essential because other diseases must be ruled out. It is also possible to have Lyme disease and another infection as well. When Lyme disease is diagnosed correctly, many of these costs can be curtailed.

Insurance companies have demonstrated that they will pay for these tests rather than reimburse the long-term treatment costs of a persisting disease with its many uncertainties. However, other chronic diseases are covered without question. As would be expected, they prefer to use the Infectious Diseases Society of America restrictive guidelines that limit diagnosis and deny continuing infection. A group of IDSA physicians has long testified as expert witnesses for insurance companies.

Those with Lyme disease often hear, “You look so healthy.” Except for the distinctive rash, most symptoms are invisible to others. Inevitably, because Lyme disease is so hidden and political, frustrated physicians may cast the problem as psychological. Patients are left with stacks of records, many of which state unequivocally that they do not have Lyme disease. Without correct information, people may be put on unnecessary and even harmful medications.


Most diseases’ common expectation is a recognizable pattern, with a course that is generally unique to that illness. The number of possible symptoms in late Lyme disease and the potential variety makes it almost inevitable that many Lyme disease patients’ problems will be viewed as psychosomatic. Those who believe that too much Lyme disease is being diagnosed can, and do, say, “People get overanxious and think that everything is Lyme disease.” However, those on both sides of the controversy accept the fact that Lyme disease is a multisystem disease with many possible symptoms. But although adherents of the IDSA guidelines accept the existence of varying and persisting symptoms, they resist the idea that Lyme disease can persist beyond a few weeks. Even for heart block, the guidelines recommend no more than a few weeks of treatment. The response continues to be that these symptoms are mostly subjective, perhaps “post-Lyme syndrome” rather than continuing infection. They make the following statement, which has outraged Lyme disease activists: “Posttreatment symptoms appear to be more related to the aches and pains of daily living than to either Lyme disease or a tick-borne coinfection.”

Otoba Bark ~ Babesia Microiti Can’t Thrive In A Otaba Bark Environment.

Otoba bark is one of our main ingredients used to eliminate several parasites that cause Lyme disease, such as; Babesia microiti and B. burgdorferi.


Lyme spirochetes are difficult to culture outside the body in the laboratory. And although in 1982, it was thought that there was only one strain of Bb, there are now known to be at least a hundred strains in the United States and three hundred worldwide. A more recently discovered pathogen, identified within the past few years, is the Borrelia lonestari, which causes a “Lyme-like” disease. As with other Lyme Borrelia, it passes from the bloodstream and travels through the body, invading tissues and organs. It penetrates cells and can emerge from them cloaked in a cell’s membrane that contains the body’s DNA, thus allowing it to avoid detection by the body’s immune system.

This characteristic is an essential factor in the potential difficulty presented by a case of long-undiagnosed Lyme disease. The bacteria can also exist in a cyst form in which they become dormant and are not responsive to treatment. As are the ticks that carry them, the Borrelia spirochetes are well-adapted for survival.

Spirochetes are long, slender bacteria, spiral-shaped like the coils of a telephone cord, sometimes tightly wound, sometimes not. They are motile to travel within the body, moving in corkscrew fashion by rotating in place. This is possible because they contain longitudinal fibers that surround the bacterial cells. They run easily in the viscous, gelatinous environments of blood and body tissues, a characteristic that explains the possible wide-ranging symptoms of Lyme disease and the importance of treating it early while it is still localized.

Spirochetes are much longer than they are wide, their narrow width making them visible only under certain microscopes. They divide by transverse fission across their width. The outer membrane of Borrelia burgdorferi is composed of a variety of outer surface proteins, Osp A through Osp F, that are presumed to play a role in virulence. These proteins influence testing methods in diagnosing Lyme because of the immune response they stimulate, and they are also crucial in the development of vaccines for preventing the disease.

I am feeling worse after consuming our Beating Lyme formula!

You may encounter some side effects while utilizing our formula due to the massive toxins release rather it be; heavy metals, parasites, or worms dying off. This side-effect from the die-off is known as a Jarisch-Herxheimer Reaction, commonly referred to as “herx.”

We highly encourage you to continue consuming our formula, although the process may be taxing on the body, only because we do not want the die-off to circulate through the system.


Other benefits:

Kill the various forms of Borrelia (the Lyme germ)

Eliminates biofilms

Prevents Lyme disease relapse

Muscle and joint pain

Skin disorders



Weight and appetite issues


Origin: Formulated in the USA

Ingredients: Wild harvested Otoba Bark, Cat’s Claw, and Stevia.

Forms: 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).


Capsules: Take 2 capsules 2 times a day with water or favorite beverage.

Tincture: Take 10-30 drops twice a day in a 4oz glass of water.


The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!

Pure sugar cane alcohol (USP 50%–60%) and naturally alkaline water. Herb potency ratio: 1:3. One dropper full is approx. 30 drops.


Legal Information: The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Tincture (2oz), Capsule (s) 60 Vegicaps, Capsule (s) w/Tincture (2oz)



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