Combating Lyme Disease With Biomagnetic Therapy

An Article by Natural Awakenings

In 2013, unknowingly, Alan Grazioso was bitten by a tick near the woods of Camp David in Maryland. “This deer tick the size of a sesame seed changed my life,” he says. “I had no idea I would discover a whole new profession as a result.” Grazioso is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker who has traveled the globe producing projects for Oxfam, PBS and the History Channel.

Grazioso remembers feeling oddly lethargic and achy with a low-grade fever. Three weeks later a bull’s-eye rash appeared on his leg. He was fortunate as fewer than half of Lyme cases show the tell-tale bull’s-eye according to the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS). “The bull’s-eye is a clear indicator that the Lyme bacterium known as Borrelia burgdorferi has invaded the body,” Grazioso continues. “Most clients I see today unfortunately were not as lucky as I was. Sadly thousands go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed for years. Early detection is key.”

Researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that 300,000 diagnosed cases of Lyme disease occur annually in the United States. Data shows higher concentrations in 14 states in the Northeast and Midwest, yet Lyme has been reported in all 50 states and in 80 countries worldwide. New England remains one of the epicenters of Lyme.

Immediately upon seeing the bull’s-eye, Grazioso rushed to the ER and took the doctor-prescribed 21 days of antibiotics. “I felt better but almost a year later odd joint pain symptoms surfaced.” A trusted friend referred him to Joan Randall, a Lyme-focused alternative practitioner in Woodstock, Vermont. This was Grazioso’s first introduction to biomagnetic therapy. A dozen treatments later, to his surprise, he was free from his Lyme symptoms. Deeply impacted and intrigued, he began studying biomagnetism with Randall and became certified in biomagnetic therapy with the Goiz Institute of Biomagnetism, in Berkeley, California.

 

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The Lyme Magnetic Protocol

About Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is usually transferred by ticks but studies show that it can also be caused by other insects like spiders or mosquitos. An infection with Lyme disease causes a rash, often in a bull’s eye pattern and flu-like symptoms. Joint pain and weakness in the limbs also can occur.

Most people with Lyme disease recover completely with appropriate antibiotic treatment but for those who develop syndromes after their infection is treated, often their only option is to hold the symptoms at bay with allopathic medication. Still, many experience a worsening of the symptoms.

THE LYME MAGNETIC PROTOCOL (LMP)

Lyme Disease often has company. Other pathogens tend to invade the already weakened system and add to the often debilitating symptoms. This is one of the reasons why Lyme Disease and accompanying co-infections can show different symptoms in different people.

Because of these complications Lyme Disease requires an investigative, assertive and holistic approach. The Lyme Magnetic Protocol (LMP) uses the Biomagnetism Method but follows an intentional sequencing order to address not only the Lyme pathogens but also the multiple co-infections.

The Biomagnetism Method is insofar successful as it has an effect on pathogens even if they have become resistant to the usual drugs. It also supports the body in restoring tissues and balancing the glandular functions.

Usually clients experience an improvement after several sessions but it is important to note that the Protocol must be completed in full to be considered successful and effective. Do not try to take short-cuts in your healing process!