Antibiotics Ineffective Against Cysts and Biofilms of Lyme Disease

Ineffective Antibiotics

Antibiotics, conventional or holistic, can only kill the bacteria when it is exposed.  If Borrelia is concealed within a biofilm, antibiotics have no way of penetrating and become ineffective.  In order for antibiotics to kill the bacteria that resides within a biofilm, it will require the assistance of a biofilm dissolver.


Biology professor, Lida Mattman, author of Cell Wall Deficient Forms: Stealth Pathogens, has been able to recover live spirochetes of Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb) from mosquitos, fleas, mites, semen, urine, blood, and spinal fluid. A factor contributing to making Bb so dangerous is that it can survive and spread without having a cell wall (cell wall deficient CWD). Many valuable antibiotics kill bacteria by breaking down the cell wall. These antibiotics often prove ineffective against Bb.
cyst form and lyme disease. Borrelia Burgdorferi is capable of transforming into a cyst when it feels its life is threatened. While in cyst form, Borrelia obtains immunity from antibiotics, its host’s immune system, and temperature and PH variations.

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