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Lyme disease is an infection caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, a type of bacteria called a spirochete that is carried inside the stomachs of ticks. In some cases mites and biting flies can also transmit the bacteria. The spirochete is able to wrap around cells and actually form a cyst like wall around itself which enables it to make its home anywhere in the body. It is an insidious bacterium that one it is in the bloodstream, looks for places to hide and becomes very difficult to treat. A tick needs to feed for 12 to 36 hours (there are cases of only 2 hours) before it transmits the spirochete as well many other types of bacteria.
Lyme Blaster is designed to try and stop the infection at the site of the tick bite after the tick has been removed. With an army of powerful anti-bacterial, anti-infectious, bactericidal essential oils and a potent flower essence, the area where the tick has been will be flooded with the deep penetrating and quickly absorbed action of Lyme Blaster's properties. We have chosen strong but gentle to the skin oils and infusions that encompass a complete healing including attacking the bacteria, soothing the irritation, taking down inflammation, and raising the vibration of the bacteria to change the level of its destructiveness.
Tea Tree Select is grown on a special plantation in New South Wales and contains the highest percentage of the most active healing aromatic molecule, Terpinene-4. The normal range of this alcohol is commercial tea tree is 30-36%, but in Select it is 43.1%
Leleshwa is in the sage family that comes from Southern Africa and its uses are numerous and impressive among them its very strong antibacterial and antiviral properties. Animals actually rub against this shrub to protect and remove ticks and other biting critters.
Spike Lavender with its strong camphor compounds is a powerful antibacterial especially with anaerobic (yes, the spirochete is anaerobic) bacteria.
Teasel is a wild energetic flower found along roadsides or just about anywhere. It resembles a thistle but its flowertops and roots are extremely valuable in their ability to calm and raise vibration.