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Lyme Cannot Survive Before Oregano Oil Lyme Cannot Survive Before Oregano Oil
Lyme Cannot Survive Before Oregano Oil It is true, whether the actual Lyme bacillus, Borrelia burgdoferi, or any other tick- or mosquito-induced agent—it matters... Lyme Cannot Survive Before Oregano Oil

Lyme Cannot Survive Before Oregano Oil

It is true, whether the actual Lyme bacillus, Borrelia burgdoferi, or any other tick- or mosquito-induced agent—it matters not, all will succumb to the powers of oil of wild oregano. This hot spice oil, along with other pungent, aromatic spice extracts, attacks and obliterates the Lyme pathogen. It is only a matter of time, as well as dosage, that the victim will be well.

Tick-induced pathogens, in particular, are not easy to eradicate. Whether through natural cures or drug therapy it is relatively rare that a single dose of treatment, for instance, a course of antibiotics or a week or two of oil of wild oregano therapy, will resolve it. The germ is simply too resilient to be manhandled so easily. It fights hard to survive, often at the cost of the individual’s health and or such a one’s premature death.

Yet, despite its hardiness and its propensity for survival it cannot overcome it call. It cannot defeat the most potent natural remedy known, the most powerful germicidal substance in existence: oil of wild oregano. Even so, it must be stated that this oil is not the only powerful remedy to concerned. The actual whole, crushed herb, that is raw wild oregano, along with its associated Mediterranean spice, Rhus coriaria, as dietary supplement capsules, is yet another essential spice-based therapy against Lyme. Key components in this formula, known as quercitin, gallic acid, mallic acid, and beta caryophyllene, are potent anti-inflammatory agents and greatly assist in the reversal of the joint and muscular consequences of this disease. For optimal results oil of wild oregano should be taken with this formula.

In some cases the borrelia is particularly resistant. The Lyme victim may also be compromised by co-infections, including bartonella, babesia, ehrlichia, and mycoplasma. It is all irrelevant to the wild oregano oil. When taken in the appropriate quantity, it obliterates them all.

Even so, in certain resistant cases the eradication of the germ—and doing so in a relatively quick fashion—proves tenuous. It may well simply not be enough to take the oil of wild oregano, along with the whole, crude herb/rhus complex. More needs to be done: enter the power of still other germicidal spice oils.

Too, germicidal is a curious word and one that is surely  for such oils. It means to destroy or obliterate germs. No antibiotic has such a distinction. Yet, oils of wild oregano, bay leaf, and sage, for instance, are fully published as germicidal agents. The same is true for certain non-wild essential oils, notably oil of lemongrass, allspice, cumin, cinnamon, and clove.

In some cases a combined therapy is required involving the use of the oil of wild oregano, the whole raw/crush herb complex, and various blends of multiple spice oils. Particularly effective formulas include the dessicated multiple spice oil complex, as capsules of the dried essential oils, and a combination of wild oregano and bay leaf, along with cinnamon and clove. It is much like the multi-phasic, multiple dose antibiotic therapy, which is given to resistant Lyme cases.

In other cases the use of the hydrosol of wild oregano, known as Juice of Oregano, may be necessary, especially in the event neurological sequelae. Additionally, the spice turmeric can prove invaluable, especially the wild type found in gel caps and/or as sublingual drops.

Untreated, Lyme can prove devastating. It gradually denudes the individual, ultimately causing the person to suffer a gruesome, agonizing premature death. Yet, it is all for nought. With truly wild oregano oil much premature death from Lyme would be prevented.

There are other supplements that would aid Lyme victims. These supplements include probiotics, whole food vitamin complexes, natural-source vitamin C, and wild chaga. Yet, the main supplements necessary for the reversal of this disease is the oil of wild oregano, the whole crude herb complex, and the juice of wild oregano. The multiple spice oil complex is a crucial addition for any circumstance involving the least degree of resistance, where the Lyme and co-factor infections become virtually established within the tissues.

Yet, they are no contest to the spice oil family. These oils corrode the Lyme spirochete, causing its rapid demise. Also, the various spice oils stimulate the production of key white good cell actuating factors.

The post by one of our posters rings true, who describes the desperate loss of life of a man, who died a most agonizing death and who had no opportunity for the oregano therapy. Unless a monumental effort is made to attack this issue, to purge the Lyme spirochete aggressively with natural cures, then, people will die premature, some losing their lives decades before their times.

Let it be said, and let it be said repeatedly; there is no need for people to die prematurely from Lyme disease. All such potential vitamins have to do is consume at a minimum the oil of wild oregano, along with the whole crude herb complex. Let the world know this, so that people can be saved: so that great agony, despair, and suffering will be prevented. The almighty God calls it a purging substance for a reason, as it truly does purge from the body through selective destruction virtually all known pathogens.

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Cass Ingram

Dr. Cass Ingram is a nutritional physician who received a B.S. in biology and chemistry from the University of Northern Iowa (1979) and a D.O. from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, IA (1984). Dr. Ingram has since written over 20 books on natural healing. He has given answers and hope to millions through lectures on thousands of radio/TV shows. His research and writing have led to countless cures and discoveries. Dr. Cass Ingram presents 100's of health tips and insights in his many books on health, nutrition, and disease prevention. Dr. Ingram is one of North America's leading experts on the health benefits and disease fighting properties of wild medicinal spice extracts. A popular media personality, he has appeared on over 5,000 radio and TV shows. He now travels the world promoting perfect health – the natural way

  • Suzanne

    January 8, 2017 #1 Author

    What is the dosage for Lyme disease?


  • Suzanne

    January 8, 2017 #2 Author

    What is the dosage of oregano for Lyme disease?


  • Amy

    May 12, 2017 #3 Author

    Marcia, I also have chronic Lyme. I was mis diagnosed for over 12 years. Holistic/natural treatment with Des Bio products has been very effective for myself, 2 of my brothers, my mother, an uncle and many friends of mine. Lyme mimics other diseases such as Fibro, Lupus, MS, Schogren’s Syndrome, Crohn’s, Colitis, and many others. Try to find a Lyme literate/natural physician in your area. You’ll start seeing much better results and improvement in your health. God bless!


  • Reta Davis

    May 16, 2017 #4 Author

    Good Morning Dr. Ingram:
    I have just been diagnosed for Lyme and apparently have had it for a while and previously diagnosed with Hashimoto Thyroid. My doctor prescribed Doxycycline, ATP fuel, and a strong probiotic. I have always preferred the natural cures over synthetic drugs. I am also taking 4 ounces of Silver Shield at night before bed.

    Can you please give me the protocol for which oils/herbs to take and what dosages so that I can heal myself?

    Thank you,


  • Jordan boucher

    May 28, 2017 #6 Author

    Dr Ingram, what’s your opinion on mothers passing lyme to there children, I have a wife with Lyme that has had for over 20 years and we just found out last year was wondering if it was wise to get all my kids tested


    • Kitt

      November 26, 2017 #7 Author

      Yes, it transmits about 50% of the time according to a prominent Lyme Doctor in CT. I have Lyme, and my son was diagnosed at age 5, my daughter tested “suspicious” at age 3. The good news is that it doesn’t affect all people the same. We treated my son because he had ADD (severely) with Dr. in CT for 2 years. There was no change. All in all I would say my children probably carry it but are not impacted by it.


  • sandra

    May 31, 2017 #8 Author

    I have a daughter who was first diagnosed with ms two years ago. We recently went to an interative md and they sent blood to a lab called vibrant and it came back that she had Lyme, She is on a antibiotic protocol and was doing ok and now feel like her stomach is sick and she has flu like symptoms, I read what you are saying about oil of Oregano but where do you get these things? My test rom Vibrant has also come back with showings of lyme for me so we need a good education, Please direct me, My best, Sandra


  • Bambi Albert

    July 10, 2017 #9 Author

    Kinda like my story. What works for someone may not work for you. I went to an herbalist and treated naturally, NO PHARMA. Been in remission over a year now!


    • Irene

      May 16, 2018 #10 Author

      What did you take? Please let me know. I’m in a bad place right now and I really need help. I can’t afford a LLMD


  • James

    July 10, 2017 #11 Author

    This is absolutely correct,. I can attest to the fact that Oregano Oil does indeed kill off live Borrelia-burgdorferi bacteria, However, to totally cure one also needs 200 mcg of Selenium daily to prevent any live bacteria that may be released from creating bio film, If one has been infected for weeks, month, or even years there are thousands of bio film cysts that have clustered into colonies and will open up to distribute unknown amounts of live bacteria, Oregano Oil and Selenium combined represent an effective means of being free of Lyme, but it will happen gradually, The combination also makes for an effective preventative if bitten once again.


  • Lina

    July 13, 2017 #12 Author

    I’m reading this for 1st time and very interested in Dr. Ingram Protocol for Lyme. I have used Oregono oil for sinus infection and works well.Please keep posted for protocol info I have been battling with Lyme for 27 yrs.Thank you.


    • Brian Thompson

      July 14, 2017 #13 Author

      We have very exciting news!
      Dr. Cass Ingram has written a book in detail about Lime disease that is a must have.
      It’s called The Lyme Disease Cure and it can be purchased on line at Knowledge House publishing or you can call 800.243.5242 and a customer service rep. would be happy to take your order the price is $24.99 + 8.99 for shipping.


  • Margie King

    July 22, 2017 #14 Author

    I works for you?


  • Kacie

    January 20, 2019 #15 Author

    We’re can you find the wild oregano and the other spice we need?


  • Tricia

    February 21, 2019 #16 Author

    Can you add citations for these claims so we can dig into learning how this works? Thanks!


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