It’s Simple! Clinical Studies show:
Kills Lyme disease: Borrelia, Bartonella,
Co-infections: Babesiosis, Chlamydia, Ehrlichiosis, Mycoplasma etc.
Help dissolve the Biofilms and Lyme Cysts that protect Lyme bacteria!
Mind and Memory
Formula helps Thinking and Memory, fighting Depression!
A Familiar Lyme Disease Story
Having helped over 42,000 people over the years provides experience and has allowed us to solve most issues that can come up – and providing an effectiveness over 90%!
We ask people who have been fighting Lyme disease for years if this story sounds familiar:
“You have Lyme disease. When your doctor finally admitted/diagnosed it, they gave you an antibiotic. You might have began to feel a little better for a few months – and then the improvement and antibiotics stopped. After a while, you began to get, possibly, even worse than before.”
“Eventually, your doctor may have given you a different antibiotic (because the Lyme disease is now resistant to the first antibiotic) and the same thing happened. You got a little better, the antibiotics were eventually stopped and after a bit, you began to get even worse.”
People often say, “Amazing, that’s exactly what happened!” -Prophetic???- No, many Lyme disease sufferers have been though this story several times.
Even worse, many doctors don't recognize Lyme disease - or are not aware that Lyme disease builds protective biofilm shields and cysts that prevent the antibiotics from killing the bacteria behind them! We realized long ago that these biofilm shields have to be dissolved in order to have an effective Lyme disease protocol. ______________________
Would You like an Answer that Works
and is NOT Expensive?
Three Things Must Happen to Deal with Lyme Disease!
First: The Lyme bacteria & co-infections must be killed.
Second: The Biofilms and Cysts protecting Lyme bacteria must be dissolved.
Third: Reducing “brain fog” and discouragement is a big help.
(Then we must prevent re-occurrences!)
A 3-Step Effective Protocol for Lyme Disease!
Step 1: Monolaurin - designed by nature, kills the Lyme Disease Borreli, Bartonella, Spirochetes, etc - without killing good bacteria!
Step 2: Biofilm Enzymes - designed to dissolve fibrin, holding the Lyme biofilm defensive shields and cysts together. Step 3: Mind and Memory - Designed to improve mental abilities, removing 'brain fog' and depression that makes it difficult to press through to achieve successful results.
(The "Maintenance" program will help prevent re-occurrences.)
Step 1: Monolaurin – (essential)
This is what actually kills the bacteria! Monolaurin is in the mother’s milk of all mammals, including humans, for a reason. Literally, hundreds of clinical studies have shown Monolaurin kills all pathogen (bad bacteria) it has been tested on – including the antibiotic resistant Lyme disease and MRSA Staph bacteria.
How Does Monolaurin Do It?
All pathogen (bad) bacteria, 14 virus families and Lyme borrelia burgdorferi have a flimsy outer membrane (envelope or skin). These membranes have lipid fat molecules in it that help the bacteria penetrate where they are not supposed to go.
Monolaurin happens to be the same size as lipid fat molecules so it easily absorbs into these outer membranes.
1. Quickly interrupts the bacteria’s reproduction signals.
2. Then, when enough monolaurin is absorbed, the bacteria’s membrane ruptures and it dies!
3. It does all this without harming good bacteria. (Good bacteria have different membranes).
The dead bacteria and toxins are eliminated from the body by the liver, kidneys and skin. Your body is much happier, regaining its normal energy and it’s a happy situation for everyone – except for Lyme bacteria!
Monolaurin can also kills spirochetes and co-infections like babesiosis, babesia, ehrlichiosis, mycoplasma, tularemia, stari, and tularemia. As a bonus, monolaurin also kills most influenza (preventing the flu is monolaurin’s most common usage). It can do this because those viruses also have lipid fats in their membranes.
Monolaurin does not have any known drug interactions (based on hundreds of studies), side effects or allergic reactions. Keep in mind, Monolaurin is in highest natural concentration in nature in mother’s milk to protect infants. Nature seems to know to be careful with infants. The only thing we watch for is killing the bacteria too quickly (more on that later).
We hear of people spending tens of thousands of $$$ on other treatments. Our total Lyme protocol is usually about $350 total for the active form (and you can start with less). Maintenance prevention is about $100 a year. Therefore, monolaurin is inexpensive, natural, backed by hundreds of clinical studies, covers a wide arena and is not known to interfere with any other treatment. How can a person go wrong?
We recommend using monolaurin in the better and less expensive concentrated pellet form.
(Link to: More Monolaurin Information)
Step 2: Biofilm Enzymes – (also essential)
Biofilms and Cysts:
Some exciting research has discovered why Lyme disease resists antibiotics and keeps coming back – often worse – after antibiotic treatments! When Lyme disease bacterias are threatened by antibiotics or the immune system, they are able to defend themselves by building protective shields called biofilms and cysts!
When Lyme bacteria sense an attack coming against them, they quickly start to collect plasma, heavy metals and other things to build a “mucus” around it. The bacteria hold this together with a protein fiber called fibrin. (In a tight form, these shields are often referred to as a Lyme “cysts”.)
Lyme bacteria can send out chemical signals that can actually add other co-infection bacteria in the biofilms and it and can become quite a complicated structure (search “Lyme biofilm pictures”). Antibiotics, Monolaurin and the immune system defenses can kill some free roaming bacteria but can’t penetrate these shields to get to the bacteria behind them.
Unless the Lyme disease is treated before it builds biofilms, an antibiotic will only have limited success and then stall out. When the antibiotic is removed, the Lyme disease spreads out from behind the biofilms – and it has been triggered to build even more protective shields!
Even worse – the Lyme bacteria can mutate behind the biofilm. If exposed to the same antibiotic again, it can be resistant to it. That is why Lyme patients have had to go through many different antibiotics over years. (We’ve worked with people that have gone through repeated cycles of antibiotics for over 20 years!)
The good news is that, after thousands of years in mothers’s milk, nothing (including Lyme disease) has become resistant to Monolaurin! So, if Monolaurin can come into contact with all the bacteria, it can kill all the bacteria. So, how do we solve this problem?
The Proteolytic Enzyme Answer…
We could see that, if we were going to be effective with Lyme disease, that we had to dissolve these biofilms. After a couple years of research, we found that, out of several thousand enzymes, there were five that are excellent in working together to dissolve the particular proteins that fibrin is made of. In doing so, they help dissolve the biofilm shields and cysts so Monolaurin can get to the bacteria behind them faster and more completely.
These proteolytic enzymes (with clinical studies backing each enzyme on this site) include:
Serrapeptase – Nattokinsae – Bromelain
Grapefruit Seed Extract – Papain
Not only do they directly dissolve the fibrin that holds the biofilms together, they also help increase our body’s own fibrinolytic enzyme, plasmin, to join in the battle! Adding these enzymes is an essential step for anyone that has Lyme disease. This is especially true if they have had any antibiotic treatment and still have problems!
You want to use a supplement that has as many of the enzymes above as possible.
(Link to: More Biofilm Information)
“I recommend your (information) to all those suffering from Lyme disease. All the people that I know who are taking your (recommendations) are getting better. Some of us have been on antibiotics for years upon years and have not been getting better. I actually have enough strength to swim & or walk – ride my bike short distances. I have not been able to do any exercise for 15 years or more. My family is happy with my increased stamina. Thank You!” – T. Knight
(Link to many more: Testimonies)
Step 3: Mind and Memory – (helpful but not essential)
We cover several serious illnesses, including Lyme disease. They work very well but it can involve 6 months, or more, for full results for Lyme disease. Unfortunately, Lyme disease often causes physical and mental fatigue and, therefore, depression can set in. This mental tiredness is often called “brain fog” – a lack of mental energy and focus.
We are finding that there are brain nutrients that can help give you a much-needed mental and moral boost while the protocol is doing its job on Lyme diseasee!
* People feel they are "getting on top of it" quicker, * Have better thinking ability, * More energy, and less discouragement, * Are greatly encouraged in staying with the protocol to get results!
There are nutrients the body needs to make…
The Essential “4 Brain Chemicals”:
Dopamine – ALC – Serotonin – GABA
In addition, these natural and often-needed nutrients can help control and balance your moods, memory and mental clarity. These all work together to help the neurons fire, improving memory and reducing stress, helping to restore control of your life back to you! Nutrients that are very helpful in helping your brain produce these brain chemicals include:
Acetyl-L-Carnitine, L-Tyrosine, Mucuna Pruriens, Dl-phenylalanine, L-theanine, Rhodiola Rosea Vinpocetine, Citicoline, Huperzine-A, 5-HTP.
Look for a source with as many as these nutrients as possible.
(Articles & Studies in the: “A-Z List“.)
Note: Is this a Cure???
Just to be clear: no one can make a claim for a Lyme disease “cure” since the Lyme spirochete and bartonella bacteria can burrow into our cells. If they do that, the cell wall protects everything within the cell – including the bacteria! Currently, there is no test that can tell people whether there is any Lyme bacteria remaining inside cells, meaning that no one can be sure they are 100% free or ‘cured’.
Fortunately, we can deal with the bacteria, biofilms and cysts causing most of the problems – and help prevent re-occurrences. People are very happy with those results!)
How to Use Monolaurin, Biofilm Enzymes and Mind and Memory
It is hard for us to not get too excited. We know we have the best, most complete natural protocol answer for Lyme disease, CFS, MRSA and Fibromyalgia available. But, how do we balance giving the facts without appearing to brag? Simple – just get people healthy!
If you have not been on antibiotics recently, we recommend building up to a full dose over a couple of weeks. A full dose for an average weight (170#) adult would be 3 scoops of pellets (3 tsp. / 9,000 mg) per day.
We’d suggest starting with 1 scoop (1 tsp.) a day, with a meals for 5 days. Extra sensitive people can start with even less.
If there are no reactions, increase to 2 scoops, 1 scoop in the morning and 1 scoop in the evening, for another 5 days.
Again, if there are no reactions, increase to 3 scoops spread out during the day. (Many people that have had antibiotics recently are able to start with a full dose.)
If there is a herx reaction (info below), simply stop for a day or two. The reactions go away pretty quickly. Then, start up again at a lower dose and slowly build-up again.
2. Biofilm Enzymes:
After getting up to the full dose of Monolaurin, start adding the Biofilm Enzymes with a similar gradual build-up plan. It is best to take them first thing in the morning, and/or before bed, on an empty stomach, waiting 30 minutes before eating. You can take them with liquids if there is not any protein in it (ex. no milk with coffee).
Start with 1 capsule a day and, every few days, you can increase by 1 capsule as per the container’s directions. (Again, use a slow build-up simply to give enough time for the released toxins to be filtered out by the body.)
3. Mind and Memory:
These can be started at the same time as the Monolaurin. They do not have gradual start-up requirements, simply follow the container’s directions. They can be taken with or without food, but not before bedtime (for better sleep).
(Caution: check with your doctor first if you are taking pharmaceutical drugs for depression.)
Possible Complication 1: Herxheimer (Herx) Reactions
Monolaurin is very good at killing bacteria and the Enzymes in dissolving biofilms. As we said, we recommend taking a few weeks or more to build up to a full dosage. When you kill bacteria and dissolve biofilms, the normal job of the liver, kidneys, and skin is to filter the dead bacteria and toxins out of the blood.
Occasionally, the bacteria are killed faster than the body can filter them out (or, a person has an extra sensitive body). The body sees the dead cells as an invasion and calls up the immune system. The person can then experience some ‘gunky’ flu-like symptoms called ‘Herx’ reactions.
One bottle of the Heavy Metal Detox can help reduce these symptoms. Or, perhaps even better, a person can simply go at a more gradual buildup speed up to a full dose. This allows the organs plenty of time to filter the first rush of bacteria and toxins out of the body.
(Link to a more detailed: Herxheimer Explanation.)
Possible Complication 2: Low Stomach Acid
It happens occasionally (especially as we age) that a person has have low stomach acid. It is one reason that some people have trouble digesting certain foods they had no problem with when younger. If people are not getting the results they should, or see any pellets in their stools, low stomach acid is often the problem.
Fortunately, it is fairly easy to resolve. Three of the nationally known doctors we follow, independently, had the same recommendation – Zypan.
If you like to read a short article about it: Stomach Indigestion.
The “Maintenance” Protocol
OK – now that you have gotten rid of the “active” form of Lyme disease that causes most of the problems, there is one final difficulty with Lyme disease. This is the part that has to be dealt with but many don’t address. The problem is:
Lyme spirochetes and bartonella have a
nasty ability to burrow into our body cells!
They especially like nerve cells but will burrow into others, as well. When Lyme spriochetes are inside the cells, antibiotics, the immune system and even monolaurin can’t get to them because the cell walls actually protect them.
Getting rid of the active form of Lyme disease is fairly easy to do. However, even after you have eliminated the active Lyme disease and biofilms, these bacteria can stay active inside the cells they’ve penetrated. They stay active in the cells and will eventually kill them. Then, they come out to multiply and build up again into what is called a “re-occurrence”. This has been extremely frustrating for doctors and patients.
Fortunately, we have an answer that has worked for years!
It is pretty simple. After removing the active form of Lyme disease, and the biofilms, a person can then take a reduced amount of Monolaurin daily, usually 1 scoop/day (1 tsp. – 3,000 mg). This allows the monolaurin to remain in the blood system (there are no side effects). When the Lyme spirochetes come out of the cells, they encounter the monolaurin and the monolaurin can kill them before they multiply and build up again.
The (Biofilm Enzymes) are not required from this point on because the bacteria won’t have the time to build biofilms. This includes new bites because the monolaurin in the blood can kill the bacteria before it can multiply.
Other Helpful Products:
(These are NOT essential for Lyme disease. However, if they fit in your budget, one or more might be helpful to body health.)
1. Heavy Metal Detox (also helps reduce “herx” reactions)
One of the world‘s foremost Lyme disease researchers and lecturers, Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, heavily emphasizes the importance of heavy metal removal in fighting Lyme’s Disease. (It is also recommended for Lyme’s sister disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.)
Detoxing is especially important for the heavy metals, which biofilms like to grab, as well as the toxins released by dissolving the bacteria biofilms. These toxins and heavy metals cause many of the illness effects and symptoms people experience from Lyme’s Disease (and CFS).
This is not an essential step since Monolaurin and (the Enzymes) eventually deal with Lyme’s disease and any co-infections. However, there is another good reason to use a Detox:
By helping to capture heavy metals and toxins released
from the biofilms, it also helps reduce side effects
by helping our organs remove the toxins!
We recommend a detox formula that includes both nutrients Dr. Klinghardt recommends as well some others. It should include the all-important nutrients:
Glutathione, Chlorella, Malic acid, Cilantro, Milk thistle, Garlic extract, Alpha lipoic, TMG, MSM, & NAC.
(Note: these nutrients remove heavy metals, toxins and pesticides without upsetting the digestive system.)
Directions: Begin the Meavy Metal Detox at the same gradual build-up rate as the Monolaurin and at the same time.
(Link to more info: Heavy Metal Detox.)
2. A Multi-Nutrient Foundation (general nutrients for the body)
Dr. Klinghardt (and many other doctors) also recommends many of the special nutrients we provide (and more) in a great multi-nutrient supplement! A complete multi-vitamin/mineral/nutrient supplement that forms a foundation to help the body add its own defenses to the battle. Dr. Klinghardt also says the most critical mineral for a Lyme patient is iodine – (we have a generous 175 mcg)!
Dogs with Lyme disease: (monolaurin and monolaurin in a pet skin product can actually work for dogs too - against both diseases and skin conditions.)
Additional Information: Go to the topic headings of: Monolaurin, Proteolytic Enzymes, Biofilms, Lyme Disease, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. We will be adding and updating articles and information on the home page in the A-Z Index.