can Modern medicine cure Lyme?
Modern medicine is struggling to find a cure for Lyme disease because they are on the wrong track. More and more people are currently diagnosed with Lyme disease. Lyme is a catch-all for diseases that are not understood.
Lyme symptoms are numerous: headaches, brain inflammation, central nervous system problems, joint pain, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, persistent fatigue, muscle pain, weakness, twitching, or
spasms; restless leg syndrome, joint pain or swelling, or
tingling in the hands and feet, etc...
The discovery of bacterium "Borrelia burgdorferi" in 1981 led the medical establishment to believe that this bacteria was the cause of Lyme, and that it was passed to human by ticks. This bacteria is in fact present in everybody - sick or healthy. It is harmless, and not the true cause of Lyme.
Recently, some researchers have started to believe that Lyme was caused by parasites. This is also a mistake.
Antibiotics are often prescribed in the belief that Lyme is due to a bacterium or a parasite. These antibiotics can inflame the nerves, and cause more pain. Furthermore, antibiotics will kill your friendly bacteria, and further damage your intestines. These antibiotics are food for the viruses, and they strengthen them.
Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy (UBI)
This does not work either as Lyme is not caused by a bacterium or a parasite but by viruses.