While antibiotics can be very effective for killing Lyme Disease spirochetes and other bacteria in the “free floating” bloodstream, antibiotics do not effectively penetrate the four-layer outer wall of Biofilm formations.
However, a small amount of antibiotics do get inside the Biofilm, but just enough to cause antibiotic resistance in Biofilm-protected bacteria.
Validating this concept are recent studies from the Center for Biofilm Engineering at Montana State University (MSU). The center’s research has proven that antibiotics do not effectively penetrate the protective Biofilm produced by Lyme disease spirochetes and other tick-borne microorganisms.
In fact, microbiologists at MSU have stated, “Antibiotic therapy not only fails to produce a bactericidal-kill in Biofilm-protected organisms, antibiotic therapy given before Biofilm has been adequately dissolved induces bacterial mutations, creating even more resistant phenotypes.”
According to the American Association of Quantum Medicine (AAQM), the more we use antibiotics to treat Biofilm-producing microorganisms, the stronger and more resistant they become. Furthermore, AAQM suggests Biofilm-producing, drug resistant microorganisms can only be conquered by enhancing the kill power of the immune system.
For this reason, the Sponaugle Wellness Team has spent years designing and improving Integrative Lyme Disease Treatment, which enhances immune function, even in the most immunocompromised Lyme disease patients.
As a result, our patients have no difficulty destroying Biofilm.
In addition to destroying Biofilm, we also optimize brain function, which subsequently optimizes the immune function, as the brain ultimately modulates and activates immune function.
In 2015, we made great advances in our clinic’s neurological protocol for “waking up” the neurotoxic brain of Lyme Disease patients. This has enabled the majority of his patients to begin destroying Biofilm within two- to three-weeks after starting treatment*.