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Bartenderbonnie
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3 nights ago, got stung twice in an hour.
Once on foot and once under arm near lymph nodes.

Of coarse I starting googling if bees carry Lyme.
Almost all hits were related to how benefitional bees stings are for treatment of Lyme.

I did find that bees can transmit parasites if they eat from garbage cans. Nothing about them harboring Lyme.

So I cut garlic in half, placed it in band-aid, slept with it on, and in the morning, no noticeable symptoms. Never can let your guard down with this filthy disease.

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quote:
Originally posted by Bartenderbonnie:


Of coarse I starting googling if bees carry Lyme.

Almost all hits were related to how beneficial bees stings are for treatment of Lyme.


Personally, I'm now living a life because of Bee Venom Therapy!!! It's by far the best treatment I've done on my Lyme journey! There is definitely a lot of PubMed articles supporting the incredible antimicrobial benefits of bee venom, and it's main constituent, Melittin. Whole bee venom is the best because whole bee venom contains all the peptides, not just singular ones. And the peptides work synergistically together.

Again, for the record: Bee venom is virucidal, bactericidal, bacteriostatic, anti-parasitical, anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-protozoal, anti-biofilm, anti-L-form, and most importantly for us.... Borrelia-cidal (spirocheticidal).

Check out "bluelyme's" thread:

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/135800#000000

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