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GiGi
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Clinical tips from Dr Klinghardt

Most symptoms of heavy metal toxicity, mold exposure, Lyme disease and
parasite infestation often look identical. Here is a way to differentiate:

Tip #1:

�� Lyme symptoms worsen during and after successful mercury
detoxification (Hg-poisoning was successfully used as a treatment for
spirochetes. After eliminating Hg, the microbes recover before the host
immune system does).

�� Mold symptoms improve after successful Hg removal (mold uses Hg to
protect itself from the host immune system)

Tip#2:
�� Lyme arthritis affects the large joints, mostly knee and hip

�� Mold arthritis affects the small joints of the spine (facet joints) and of the
fingers

Tip#3: rythms and biorythms:

�� mold symptoms can flare up within minutes after exposure (ie visiting
someone who lives in a moldy home)

�� Lyme symptoms undulate with slower biorythms: 9-10 day cycles, 28-day
cycles . When symptoms come back, usually slow rise in intensity over 24
hours.

�� Worm and parasite symptoms worsen for 2-3 days during the full moon
(this is when they are sexually most active and propagate - with
accompanying immune reaction). Patient feels relatively well during new
moon

Tip#4: location:

�� mold sufferers feel better in dry climates
�� Lyme sufferers cannot tolerate sunshine and often feel worse in dry/sunny
climates (avoid sun, get depressed in sun)

Tip#5: behavior/moods:

�� worms in men: risk taking behavior. In women: docile behavior. In both:
short episodes of odd crazy schizoid behavior (hours).
�� Neuro-Lyme: episodes of rages and depression. Same mood may last for a
few days or weeks, not minutes. Normal/nice episodes even in illest
person. Get easily infatuated in inappropriate ways
�� Mold: often moods connected with dullness of brain. Can change in
minutes after exposure. Often chronically irritated as long as in mold
environment and immediately better, as soon as out
�� Metal toxicity: affected patients drawn to the dark/evil. Man made:
artificial environments (prefer Disney land over trip to the ocean), rhythm
without real music

Detox has to be done carefully and right!

October 2002/2nd edition Jan 2006
Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD
Bellevue, Washington, USA
www.neuraltherapy.com

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Anyone notice we are under a full moon?

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Suspected Lyme 07 Test neg One band migrating in IgG region
unable to identify.Igenex Jan.09IFA titer 1:40 IND
IgM neg pos
31 +++ 34 IND 39 IND 41 IND 83-93 +
DX:Neuroborreliosis

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