May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month and with millions of people suffering from symptoms of a mysterious disease, Allimax brings you resources to help you understand the real story behind Lyme disease and how to find your way back to health.
Natural antibiotics can play an important role in Lyme disease treatment, with several important advantages over pharmaceutical antibiotics. 1) They're available over-the-counter, 2) not-toxic, 3) don't contribute to candida issues, 4) can target other infectious bacteria's, viruses and organisms, and 5) since they're not synthetic, there's typically no risk of side effects for the liver or kidney.
Garlic is a natural remedy, which is safe, effective and inexpensive in helping to treat Lyme disease. Garlic is known as a Lyme buster and killer due to it’s anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and antibiotic properties. It helps to reduce inflammation and fight bacterial infection caused due to Lyme disease. Garlic contains sulphur which is secreted in body sweat which in turn, can repel insects naturally.
Natural garlic, eaten raw or in supplement form, is typically too weak to offer any real benefit in Lyme. But using a derivative of garlic, known as “allicin,” the supplement is much stronger. The brand, Allimax & Allimed use water-extracted allicin, a method developed by British Scientist, Peter Josling. Just one capsule is the equivalent of 35 cloves of garlic, making Allimax & Allimed products a world away from regular garlic products, which when tested show very little allicin.
Since allicin is known to destroy a large part of the bacteria, not just one pathway, the bacteria cannot adjust to this sort of destruction avoidng resistant to allicin the way antibiotics do. The high levels of allicin available in Allimax & AlliMed are unique, making it one-of-a kind with high doses tolerable (up to 12 capsules per day). Lyme sufferers report improvements using “allicin”, but strong herxing can occur, so be careful. It is always recommended you consult your physician before beginning any new supplements or treatments.
To learn more about Lyme Disease, visit the Lyme Light Foundation who provides grants that enable eligible children and young adults through age 25 with Lyme disease to receive proper treatment and medication as well as raising awareness about Lyme disease. It is the goal and the hope of the Foundation that through grants children can receive proper treatment and medications in their fight against Lyme disease.