When I was doing research for Babesia Basics, I read a bunch of articles and websites, not all of which I cited. A piece of information from one article stuck with me, and I saw it repeated though I can only find one citation now.
Babesiosis may continue for more than two months after treatment.
The article I can’t find said that both the symptoms and the protazoan (the microbe causing the infection) can be found in patients after “successful” treatment.
To me, that means the treatment didn’t work. Maybe it wasn’t long enough. Maybe it only killed part of the infection.
I read in less reliable places and heard from people who coiled for Babesia that it can also either grow or hide out in bone marrow. That would explain why the antibiotic regimens don’t work. They treat the infection in the blood, but not necessarily in bone marrow.
Last night, I was reading about bone marrow so I could figure out what body part I should add to my coiling sessions. In adults, red bone marrow, the kind that turns into red blood cells and platelets, is found in highest concentration the flat bones: the skull, the sternum, the ilium, the shoulder blades and the ribs. The vertebrae and the ends of the large bones, like the femur and humerus, also contain red marrow. Other smaller bones, and the middle of the big bones have yellow marrow consisting of fat cells.
My personal hypothesis is that the red marrow is where the Babesia can be found, since they prefer to live and reproduce in red blood cells. So I’m aiming for the large flat bones first, followed by the joints at each end of my big bones, then everything else. I’ll do it all, because if I’m wrong, I’ll be stuck with this infection returning.
Some places are easy to coil, but the ilium is buried deep. The way I’m coiling it is to do 30 second on the right front near my hip, then 30 seconds on the right back. Same on the left. It’s my best approximation.
Just to reiterate what I said in Babesia Trial, the coiling sessions have a two pronged approach:
- Babesia infects the blood, so I coil areas with a lot of blood flow such as the chest (heart and lungs) and the liver.
- Babesia infects the bone marrow, so I’m adding coiling time for the flat bones first, then my joints, then all the other bones.
You might ask why I’m starting with my ilium rather than some other body part, like my head. The short answer is that tonight, I added coiling time for Bartonella to my head. I’m already coiling my face for Candida, and I don’t want to overdo it.
- Bartonella, abdomen, 5 minutes; chest, 2 minutes; back of head, 30 seconds
- Babesia, chest, 5 minutes; liver, 5 minutes; ilium, 1 minute on each side
- Candida, abdomen, 10 minutes; chest, 2 minutes; face, 2 minutes
Since I started coiling my face for Candida, I’ve been getting a little break out in my skin. Nothing major or painful, but something is coming out. I chose my chest and face to coil for Candida because it can cause irritation in the respiratory system (lungs, sinuses) and I was having problems with my breathing.
I made sure to hang out on the BioMat today. It was easy because I was a little more tired this afternoon than yesterday. I learned something about the BioMat’s effects because I didn’t use it yesterday. It really does help with the limb pain of Lyme Herxes. Today I woke up with my hands and feet in agony (and my forearms and calves). I had energy to do things, but I didn’t want to use my limbs. When I started to get tired at around 4pm, I lay myself on the mat. I feel much better. I’m hoping the effect lasts through the night.
- homeopathic support
- juiced greens
- skin brushing
- castor oil pack on liver
I had a big night sweat last night. I woke up in pain this morning (as mentioned above). It was crappy. Pain is a real drag on a person’s attention. I felt like I was slogging through the morning, even when I was doing otherwise enjoyable things.
Besides the limb pain, I have that major pain in my upper spine (T5 & T6). I have a mild earache. I have a big appetite. I guess that happens after a major fecal release like I had this morning. (Where did it all come from?) I’m at the stinky sweat stage of the Lyme Herx. My neck is cracking and my shoulders hurt. Typing is full of mistakes tonight.
The afternoon and evening, I’ve been tired. Lying down works better than sitting or standing up. It could be where I’m at with the Lyme Herx. Or it could be that I really did kill a bunch of Babesia in my ilium last night and the toxins are slowing me down.
Categories: detoxification support, healing process, Herx reactions, pharmaceutical treatments, using the coil machine
Tags: babesia, bartonella, biomat, candida, lyme, symptoms
The spleen is a very vascular organ. Its role is to filter out old red blood cells. Location is inside rib cage on the left. Might be a good place to coil.