Mycoplasma Advanced Energy Patch

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Mycoplasma Advanced Energy Patch

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Mycoplasma is Associated with Disorders of the Skin, Blood, Nervous System, Cardiovascular System, Joints, Liver and Pancreas. It has Been Found in the
Heart Tissues of People Suffering from Coronary Heart Disease, and in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of People Suffering from Diseases
as Diverse as Meningitis to Alzheimer’s

Myco (Greek for Fungi)
Plasma (a component of blood that normally holds the blood cells in whole blood in suspension)

Mycoplasma are the smallest known free-living micro-organisms, and they exist in several different forms during their lifecycle, which makes them especially hard to kill. They have no cell wall, but are covered by a membrane that regulates their permeability and allows them to stick to the membranes of blood vessels and nerve tissue. This outer layer contains lipopolysaccharides (LPSs), which are known to trigger the human immune response and cytokine production, in turn leading to inflammation.

*Please read this excellent article;
MYCOPLASMA: A POSSIBLE CAUSE OF AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE?

Credit: Dr. E. Arum, Dr. N. Jacobs/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

“New theories suggest that a “stealth” bacteria found in mycoplasma may play a significant part in autoimmune disease.

The cause of most autoimmune diseases are unknown, and scientists suspect that they may have multiple origins. However, there is a growing body of evidence that suggests that chronic infections may play a significant role in both autoimmune and degenerative diseases. These infections may help to cause the disease, which continues after their disappearance, or they may act as co-factors in the disease process, or they may be opportunistically “tagging on” to the autoimmune or degenerative disease, increasing sickness and complications.

Which Autoimmune and Degenerative Diseases are Associated with Infections?

Many autoimmune diseases have been found to coexist with infections, including rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, and multiple sclerosis (1). An article in Natural Immunology (2) notes that certain associations have long been proven, including streptococci and rheumatic fever, Borrelia burgdorfii and Lyme arthritis, coxsackie viruses and myocarditis, and rubella and type 1 diabetes.

One particular type of bacteria that is coming under increasing scrutiny for its possible role in autoimmune and degenerative disease are found in mycoplasma. These bacteria were first found to be associated with autoimmune disorders in the 1970s (3). Mycoplasma can harbor “stealth bacteria” living inside human cells that are known to be able to migrate from a disease site to other areas of the body, causing additional disease. Like chlamydia and borrelia, mycoplasma can invade almost every tissue in the human body, compromise the immune system, permit opportunistic infections by other pathogens, and even damage or kill nerve cells.

Interestingly, tests have shown (4) that women suffer from higher levels of mycoplasma infection than men by a ratio of 4:1, reflecting a gender difference that is also found among many forms of autoimmune diseases. However, many scientists currently believe that the gender ratios of autoimmune disease is most likely to relate either to sex steroid effects or the X-chromosome (8).

What are Mycoplasma?

Mycoplasma are the smallest known free-living micro-organisms, and they exist in several different forms during their lifecycle, which makes them especially hard to kill. They have no cell wall, but are covered by a membrane that regulates their permeability and allows them to stick to the membranes of blood vessels and nerve tissue. This outer layer contains lipopolysaccharides (LPSs), which are known to trigger the human immune response and cytokine production, in turn leading to inflammation.

How do Mycoplasma Infect the Body?

Certain types of respiratory infection, including types of pneumonia, are caused by mycoplasma, and during the infection the bacteria can migrate to infect first other airways (causing diseases such as tracheobronchitis, asthma and pharyngitis) and then almost any other area of the body. Mycoplasma is associated with disorders of the skin, blood, nervous system, cardiovascular system, joints, liver and pancreas. It has been found in the heart tissues of people suffering from coronary heart disease (5), and in the cerebrospinal fluid of people suffering from diseases as diverse as meningitis (6) to Alzheimer’s (7). It has also been linked as a cause or co-factor to rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, ME, fibromyalgia, Crohn’s, lupus and diabetes. The type of disease this “stealth” bacteria cause seems to depend only on which cells of the body it has migrated to and invaded.

Mycoplasma and chlamydia (a similar organism) can cause symptoms wherever they migrate to, but in such a way that they are virtually non-diagnosable. People may suffer from muscle or joint pains, fatigue, sore eyes, headaches and fainting, asthma, high blood pressure, chronic sore throat and/or many other symptoms that can be mistaken for other diseases, or even thyroid conditions. Since the thyroid can itself be attacked by mycoplasma or chlamydia, these bacteria can cause thyroid disease in several forms, including Hashimoto’s disease. As the bacteria slowly invade greater areas of the body and at greater depth, so disease worsens”.

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Alison’s Tips ~ This is such a large subject and SO fascinating. Please take the time to log onto Dr Garth Nicholson’s website http://www.immed.org/index.htm and read about his many long years of research.

I have programmed the energetics to treat many types of Mycoplasma into this patch, I have also added one part Organ Detox.

Please send me feedback on this patch. Thank you!

Please note: The sleeve is programmed along with the Patches and is made of a crystalline material that holds the frequency. You may place a drink on the complete packet for 45 seconds, and it will absorb the information; this will not drain the patches in the packet. The best time to do this is first thing in the morning when the body is dehydrated. The programmed sleeve is not a replacement for the patches; it is a bonus meant to complement the patches. With chronic conditions using the packaging as an energy card is really effective.

All AEP patches are non-transdermal the FDA approved (skin contact) adhesive is for your convenience only. The Patches do not contain drugs of any kind.

Reference:

Professor Dr Garth Nicholson, PhD The Institute for Molecular Medicine

http://www.immed.org/index.htm

http://www.ncf-net.org/forum/nicholson.htm

(Government Recognizes Nicolson’s Work)

“Immunological reactions against Mycoplasma pneumoniae in multiple sclerosis: preliminary findings.” Maida, E; Journal of Neurology; 1983; 229

“Autoimmunity provoked by infection: how good is the case for T cell epitope mimicry?” Benoist C, Mathis D.; Nat Immunol. 2001 Sep;2(9):797-801.

“Mycoplasmas – Stealth Pathogens”, L. Taylor

“Autoimmune diseases caused by mycoplasmas” Harold W. Clark, PhD, Mycoplasma Research Institute Florida

“Detection of Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Chlamydia pneumoniae in ruptured atherosclerotic plaques”; Higuchi ML, et.al., Braz J Med Biol Res. 2000 Sep;33(9):1023-6.

“Neurological symptoms in patients whose cerebrospinal fluid is culture- and/or polymerase chain reaction-positive for Mycoplasma pneumoniae”; Socan M,. Clin Infect Dis. 2001 Jan 15;32(2):E31-5.

“Neurologic manifestations of Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections: diverse spectrum of diseases.”; Smith R, et.al., Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2000 Apr;39(4):195-201.

“The Autoimmune Diseases”, Noel Rose & Ian Mackay, Academic Press, 4th Ed, p.275

Read more at Suite101: Mycoplasma and Autoimmune Disease | Suite101.com http://suite101.com/article/mycoplasma-and-autoimmune-disease-a251752#ixzz27kTEEGSm

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