Mycoplasma is the smallest free-living disease agent found in humans and is unclassified as either a virus or a bacteria, but possesses characteristics of both. The microbes have no cell walls and were originally thought to be related only to several strains of pneumonia; however, researchers have now identified at least seven mycoplasma species, which may cause or be co-factors in other serious diseases. Due to their size and lack of cell walls, mycoplasma are capable of doing great damage to the body and treatment with antibiotics is generally ineffective. A variety of Western and Chinese herbs are helpful in killing mycoplasma and disabling the opportunistic infections.
Mycoplasma pneumonia is especially common in children and those under age 40, being highly contagious and usually transmitted through coughing and sneezing. The herb mullein cures or brings relief from many symptoms. Mullein is astringent, acting as an expectorant to break up congestion in the lungs and airways, according to Health-Care-Clinic.org. It’s a potent germicide and reduces inflammation. They add that mullein soothes many upper respiratory conditions related to pneumonia. Prepare mullein as a tea by boiling 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried herb in 2 cups water for 10 to 15 minutes. Strain, cool and drink three to four times daily for relief.
Seneca snakeroot is another herb found to be efficacious in treatment for mycoplasma-related pneumonia. Similar to mullein in action, this herb relieves congestion in the airways, acting as an expectorant to help the patient cough up tough mucus and phlegm. Additionally, Seneca snakeroot is helpful for concomitant symptoms such as asthma or bronchitis. Make an infusion with 1 teaspoon of dried herb boiled in 2 cups water for 10 to 15 minutes. Drink 1 to 2 cups throughout the day.
Certain mycoplasma strains cause other diseases besides pneumonia. Urethritis – an inflammation of the inner lining of the urethra – affects both women and men, causing great disturbance to the urinary tract accompanied by pain. Antioxidants and other medicinal agents in green tea provide relief for urethritis, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC). Green tea reduces inflammation, strengthens the immune system, and protects against cancer, due to the high concentration of disease-fighting compounds, adds UMMC. Either drink 2 to 3 cups of green tea daily, or take 250mg to 500mg of standardized extract daily.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
The American Journal of Chinese Medicine reported on an in vitro study of 30 strains of Mycoplasma homonis that found it susceptible and reactive to a variety of Chinese herbs including, Herba Houttuyniae, Radix et Rhizoma Rhei, Radix Angelicae Dahuricae, Cortex Phellodendri, Fructus Kochiae, Radix Isatidis. Do not self treat with these herbs. Seek a trained professional in Chinese medicine for assistance.
• Radix Isatidis or Ban Lan Gen is antibacterial and treats mycoplasma-induced sore throat, fever, tonsillitis, Herpes simplex, hepatitis, chicken pox, and shingles. May cause stomach upset and thinning of the blood.
• Radix Angelicae Dahuricae or Bain Zhi is anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and has analgesic effects on mice. It is used for mycoplasma-induced colds, respiratory infections, flu, headaches, sinusitis with yellow discharge, muscle pain, toothaches. Also reduces swelling, boils, abscesses, diarrhea.
• Cortex Phellodendri or Haung Bai is used for mycoplasma-related detoxing and treating the liver. It relieves pain in joints and bones, and urinary tract infections. Treats rashes, boils and other skin symptoms, tinnitus, irritability, menopause symptoms, uterine bleeding, and insomnia.
Using Borax to destroy mycoplasma
Here’s an excerpt from the comments section from this article from Natural News. This individual, Nora, has had very successful results after using borax to treat her illness.
Written by Nora: The mycoplasm was developed in a cold war laboratory as a bio weapon, by genetically splicing the brucelosis bacterium with a visna virus, and was sprayed over the populations of North America to test both it’s efficacy and the delivery method, using canisters of the same type used in chemtrails. Like most disease agents made from the building blocks of nature, the cure is also there. Sodium Borate Decahydrate, which is what 100% pure 20 Mule Team Borax is, quickly rids the body of the mycoplasm. It is no more toxic than table salt, rapidly reverses the joint pain, stiffness and swelling that often accompanies Systemic Scleroderma, and can save your life if you are allergic to man made antibiotics. It works even better if you detoxify and supplement with the herbs listed in this article, and switch to an “organic only” diet. This natural treatment can reverse the disease completely in about two months, without any side effects, and without the liver damage commonly associated with prescription drugs.
Some people freak out when I tell them I drink “laundry detergent”, because that’s how they think of Borax, but the fact is Borax is in our bones and teeth, and used to be found in vegetables we consumed, until the soils became so depleted of this important nutrient. Look up Dr. Ted’s borax cures on earthclinic for a dosage for either men or women.
You can find out about the mycoplasm and it’s origin by doing a web search for the article, “Mycoplasm, The Linking Pathogen in Neurosystemic Disease” (Donald W. Scott, M.A. MSc) The Borax Cure is one of Dr. Ted’s on earthclinic (dot com) free information on that site, and also a Scleroderma-cure by Sally Deacon, who sells the information. This is important information for many who can’t take prescription drugs, and quite safe, despite the alarmism that abounds.
Some people confuse Borax with Boric Acid, which is deadly poison. I have been drinking Sodium Borate Decahydrate for about three years, and it saved my life because I am allergic to Tetracyclines and all antibiotics. You will find if you do some research, that Borax is no more toxic than table salt. If you ate the whole container, it would be toxic. You only use a tiny amount–an eighth of a teaspoon–which is comparable to the amount of salt in processed foods! No liver damage, and you can’t even taste it.
My regular doctor has now embraced Borax to treat patients with, so I think you could say I did my research. He got dosing guidelines from earchclinic.
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