I Accidentally Discovered the Cure for Lyme Disease and I Want to Share It with the World!.

  • Share
    Share Video

  • Add
  • More
    Report this video as:
0 0
You have already voted for this video.
Lyme disease is notoriously difficult to cure. In fact, only 2 people have beat the intermediate to chronic...
Lyme disease is notoriously difficult to cure. In fact, only 2 people have beat the intermediate to chronic stages of Lyme disease, and I’m Rob Matthies, and I’m one of them. Lyme disease progresses quickly, around 20 days after the initial infection. My story starts out like most others that become infected. I was hiking in Vancouver and contracted Lyme disease and so did my hiking companion. Soon after the hike, I began to feel unwell as the typical symptoms of Lyme disease began sprouting up including the telltale rash, severe joint pain, and brain fog. I cured myself in less than 60 days while my friend is still being treated for it as well as Bartonella and Babiosis, co-infections that come about from Lyme disease. Traditionally, those with Lyme disease would go on a regimen of Doxycycline. However, in December of 2017, the Lyme Disease Organization featured a study about a 28-day regimen of Doxycycline and how it does not kill Borrelia bacteria. In fact, Lyme disease is not easy to cure with Western medicines. A look at Will Wiegman, PhD, as well as other internet resources including Johns Hopkins, ILADS, and even read up on what Real Housewives’ star and famous model Yolanda Hadid had done in order to beat Lyme disease. I thought I was going to die. And then, I fought back using a non-standard regimen that cured my severe Lyme disease. I want to share my cure for Lyme disease with the world through my documentary that needs donations in order to complete. Lyme disease is a horrible way for one to exist in this world and the thing is, we can eliminate it effectively and give people their lives back. Help me make this a reality, for it could be you that’s enjoying a gorgeous day outdoors one day only to be diagnosed with Lyme disease the next.