flyingcloud wrote:Borrelia burgdorferi, Host-Derived Proteases, and the Blood-Brain Barrier
Neurological manifestations of Lyme disease in humans are attributed in part to penetration of the blood-brain barrier (BBB) and invasion of the central nervous system (CNS) by Borrelia burgdorferi. However, how the spirochetes cross the BBB remains an unresolved issue. .................... During the transmigration by the spirochetes, it was found that the integrity of the endothelial cell monolayers was maintained, as assessed by transendothelial electrical resistance measurements at the end of the experimental period, and that B. burgdorferi appeared to bind human BMEC by their tips near or at cell borders, suggesting a paracellular route of transmigration.
Well, some alarm bells went off, when I read this.
The following therapies are considered to be CONTROVERSIAL.
BECK Protocol therapy
Clark Zapper therapy
All therapies work with electric microcurrents in certain frequencies, claiming that specific pathogen are being destroyed by certain frequencies. Its seems that electric oscillation is targeting the working mechanisms of pathogen as this research above is indicating.
This is a branch in the medical science that needs investigation right now, if you ask me.