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Color resonance
New technology based on radio waves

according to the discovery of Mr. R.F. Liley

Introduction color therapy What is resonance? What is color resonance? Where does this color therapy come from? Technical development and more. Infections and science. More information? Contact us!

Diseases: Bacterial Infection, Guillain Barré Syndrome, Septic arthritis, Sun Allergy,
Microorganisms: Adenovirus, Brucella, Borrelia, Campylobacter, Cytomegalo virus, Giardia, Polio virus, Coxiella burnetii, Salmonella, Tuberculosis,

Borrelia bacterium and Relapsing fever Microscopic view More information More information

Relapsing fever is a disease that is spread by 2 distinct vector families, namely the human body louse (Pediculus humanus) and soft-bodied ticks (Ornithodoros), and is caused by various species of Borrelia. The human body louse spreads Borrelia recurrentis infection. Tick-borne relapsing fever can be caused by a least 15 different Borrelia species. Louse-borne relapsing fever is caused by Borrelia recurrentis. Borrelia turicatae, Borrelia hermsii, Borrelia parkeri, and Borrelia duttonii may cause the tick-borne relapsing fever. Louse-borne and tick-borne relapsing fevers differ in their epidemiology and must be considered separately. The human body louse transmits an epidemic form and is always associated with B recurrentis, whereas a soft-bodied tick transmits the endemic relapsing fever and may be caused by several different Borrelia species. Humans are the only host for louse-borne relapsing fever, whereas small mammals and lizards may serve as the natural reservoir for tick-borne Borrelia species.

Lyme Disease, Relapsing fever and Multiple Sclerosis
Lyme Disease and Relapsing Fever caused by Borrelia burgdorferi and Borrelia hermsii, respectively, have been generally considered curable if diagnosed early. However, it is becoming apparent that when these diseases are left undiagnosed and untreated they may cause severe problems for some people. They, in fact, may be one of the major causes of Multiple Sclerosis. These two Borrelia infections, when left untreated, are now known to be capable of causing neurological problems, cardiac problems, relapses as much as ten years later, increased IgG/albumin ratio and increased lymphocytes. These same things hold true for Multiple Sclerosis patients. Scientists discusse the Borrelia spirochetes which cause Lyme Disease and Relapsing Fever and what correlation that may have with Multiple Sclerosis.

Relapsing fever
Relapsing fever is characterized by recurrent acute episodes of fever followed by nonfebrile periods of increasing duration

Borreliae are spirochetes that measure 5-20 microns long by 0.5 micron in diameter.

In louse-borne relapsing fever, B recurrentis is found almost exclusively in the blood and lymph nodes. Louse-borne spirochetes are transmitted either by the bite of a louse or by inoculation of louse feces. Humans acquire infection when infected body lice are crushed and their fluids contaminate mucous membranes, bite wounds, or other breaks in the skin.

Dennis Kunkel Microscopy.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, U.S.A.
The eMedicine Clinical Knowledge Base
United States National Library of Medicine



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