May is Lyme Disease (LD) awareness month. LD manifests itself as a multi-system inflammatory disease that affects the skin in its early, localized stage, and spreads to the joints, nervous system and, to a lesser extent, other organ systems in its later, disseminated stages. If diagnosed and treated early with antibiotics, LD is almost always readily cured. Generally, LD in its later stages can also be treated effectively, but because the rate of disease progression and individual response to treatment varies from one patient to the next, some patients may have symptoms that linger for months or even years following treatment. In rare instances, LD causes permanent damage.
Eczema is a general term encompassing various inflamed skin conditions. One of the most common forms of eczema is atopic dermatitis (or “atopic eczema”). Approximately 10 percent to 20 percent of the world’s population is affected by this chronic, relapsing, and very itchy rash at some point during childhood.
Female patient, age 44, suffered with salicylate sensitivity for years. She elected to try the Bax 3000 to see if it would help her condition. She had four treatments. Her response has been total elimination of all symptoms related to this condition. She has subsequently tested herself with her list of know triggers, ie hair care products, aspirin, all raw vegetables. She reported none of these things has caused her any problems since being treated. During a follow up phone consultation five months after treatment, she related that she has not experienced any relapse.