BORELIA BURGDORFERI spirochetes converting to clusters and subsequently producing BIOFILM in vitro.

BORELIA BURGDORFERI spirochetes converting to clusters and subsequently producing BIOFILM in vitro.
This study was provided in 2007 by Dr. Laverne Kindree prior to his retirement and discussed with Dr. Ernie Murakami. The biofilm was thought to occur only in the BSK media but Dr. Eva Sapi has recently detected the Lyme Biofilm in the human body of Lyme patients.
Our research funded studies at New Haven University have destroyed the spirochetes and biofilm (cysts) of Lyme disease with cannabidiol at 10 ul /cc concentrations.
Positive subjective anecdotal improvement statements by many patients who had failed with prolonged antibiotics indicate the possible potential use for chronic Lyme disease sufferers.
Dr. Ernie Murakami M.D. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus, UBC.
B.A. Bacteriology and Immunology ,UBC.
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