Candida albicans (fungal infections) / What is Candida albicans?

In nature, many different types of yeasts occur, for example in bread and wine. Candida albicans is a common type of yeast that occurs in soils and waste, among other things. Candida albicans is of course also a place in and on the human body. This yeast feels most comfortable in a warm and humid environment. Candida occurs on the skin, in skin folds and on mucous membranes such as in the mouth, esophagus, vagina and intestines. In healthy people, this usually does not cause any complaints.

Under normal circumstances, Candida does not cause any complaints. If local conditions change, Candida can multiply quickly. This is the case, for example, with a moist warm „climate“ in skin folds. In this case, complaints may occur. This can happen on the skin, in the vagina or in the mouth. The complaints arise because Candida can then penetrate into the tissue of the skin or mucous membranes.

A well-known example of Candida infection is the diaper rash in babies. A vaginal yeast infection caused by Candida is also quite common. A Candida infection in the mouth is also called a thrish.

Systemic candidiasis

In rare cases, Candida can get into the blood. This is called „systemic candidiasis.“ This form of Candida infection does not occur with immunosuppression.

Candida disease and Candida infection in the intestine

Complaints that would occur with this Candida syndrome are very diverse, such as intestinal complaints, extreme fatigue, low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), headaches and depression. Food intolerances and food allergies are also sometimes associated with Candida syndrome. Heavy metal overload can be accompanied by candidiasis, as the yeasts bind the metals and thus prevent the latter from being excreted.

Candida can be treated efficiently with alternative medicine as part of, for example, a special anti-candida diet. Sometimes in combination with alternative drugs and/or dietary supplements.

In Western standard medicine, there is no scientific evidence that Candida can cause the above-mentioned diverse complaints. It has also never been shown that nutritional advice has an influence on these complaints. Nevertheless, this infection can be treated with demonstrably good results.

Possible signs and symptoms of infection with Candida albicans

The symptoms that occur with Candida infection depend on the location of the infection:

• Infection of the oral mucosa (thruse) and/or esophagus

There are white spots in the mouth that can be painful. If the infection is also in the esophagus, swallowing food is very painful.

• Vaginal infection

The mucous membrane of the vagina and the skin around the vagina is irritated. This can lead to an increase in vaginal discharge. The discharge is often granular and white. You can also feel severe itching and a burning sensation. Sometimes sexual intercourse is painful due to the infection.

• Infection of the skin

This infection occurs mainly in warm and moist areas of the body, for example in skin folds in overweight people and in the groin of babies (diaper rash). The skin is reddened and moist and small, liquid-filled blisters form.

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What is (Lyme) Lyme disease?

The Borrelia are primarily transmitted by ticks (shield ticks). Other transmission routes by other insects such as mosquitoes, horseflies, flies and lice are also possible.

Borrelia have various mechanisms to ensure their survival in the host, which is crucial for the course of infection and is always negative for the host.

Borrelia revolve around their own axis. They move through this rotational movement in the blood and tissue structure of their host. They are versatile, can camouflage themselves and trigger serious secondary diseases. The versatility and the ability to deceive the host’s immune system make the treatment complex.

History of Lyme disease

Lyme disease was first detected in the USA in 1975 following an outbreak of adolescent rheumatic arthritis near the Lyme community in the state of Connecticut. The rural location of „Lyme arthritis“ – due to the outbreak of diseases during the summer – indicated that the transmission was through ticks. In 1981, the germ of Lyme disease was discovered by Willy Burgdorfer, a Swiss researcher and Lyme disease specialist.

Burgdorfer isolated spirochätes (helical bacteria) belonging to the Borrelia genus, which live in the intestines of the shield tick. Due to the variety of symptoms, such as B. Cardiac arrhythmias, memory disorders, chronic fatigue, etc., the disease was renamed Lyme disease.

The genus Borrelia burgdorferi (= Borellia sensu stricto) is associated with the Borrelia strains that were experimented on in the animal disease laboratory on the island of Plum Island in the 1950s. Here, among other things, experiments were carried out on bacteria-infected ticks, which were to be used as a bioweapon. Plum Island is only 9 miles from Lyme. Scientists in the USA suspect that the pathogen has reached the mainland through migratory birds and migratory movements of wild animals. The first cases of illness occurred at the port, the ferry connection to Plum Island. The laboratory on the island is no longer in operation.

Cases with migratory redness (erythema migrans) and acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans (pergment skin) have been around for several hundred years. There are now approx. 30 Borrelia species known, which in 1907 after the French. Bacteriologists Amédée Borrel were named. However, the multitude of symptoms and the pathogen persistence obviously only developed in the 1970s. Lyme disease is one of the most common chronic bacterial infectious diseases in Europe and due to its variety of symptoms is often misdiagnosed and therefore or fundamentally mistreated.


Borrelia have the amazing ability to turn off the carrier’s immune system and thus continue its life cycle unaffected, regardless of the original route of infection. They are helical bacteria (spirochätes) that can move in the host by rotating around their own axis. They multiply at low oxygen saturation by transverse division by rotating oppositely around the center of their body until they „break through“. This is done in culture tests under laboratory conditions every 10-24 hours.

There are around 300 strains of the Borrelia. Its cell wall contains 21 plasmids – ring-shaped structures. The Borrelia have their own genes and convey this information to the host in order to defend his immune system. In this way, they can even transmit antibiotic resistance as gene information. They are versatile, can camouflage themselves and trigger serious secondary diseases – they are highly specialized.

Forms of existence of Borrelia:

1. The extracellular bacterial form: Spirochäten (helical bacteria): Life in various organs of the body, such as B. Lymph nodes, spleen, brain, tendons, fatty and connective tissue, muscles

2. The sphaeroplast form or so-called CWD form (cell wall-deficient): It is a cell-wall-free variant and can no longer be identified by the immune system as „foreign to the body“. It is suitable for merging with other life forms – such as viruses or mycoplasms (very small, independently reproducible bacteria).

3. A cystic form = cockoid morphotype: spherical metabolic inactive cell wall intrusions that are not vulnerable to an antibiotic. This form is caused by malnutrition. A variant that can survive as a persister (lat. persistere = persist) intracellularly, i.e. within human cells, as well as extracellularly. In turn, vital spirochaetes can develop from individual cysts (proven in laboratory tests).

4. Encapsulation: Borrelia can encapsulate within a minute and stay until the external conditions for them have improved again. In this form, they can last up to ten months.

5. Infestation of B lymphocytes*: After the Borrelia attach to the body – as well as to defense cells, they can form a hole in the cell wall with the help of enzymes, kill the cell nucleus and use the cell envelope as camouflage. As a result, they succeed in remaining unrecognized against the host’s own defense mechanisms.

6. Replication: Borrelia have the ability to replicate/copy their genes and replace them as a component of a cell wall. The detachment causes the cell wall part to move in the host and travel through it. In this way, they distract the defense cells from themselves.

7. The habitat of the Borrelia is preferably the intercellular space – between the cells. They get the necessary energy from the collagen fibers (joint lubricant, eye fluid, hub tissue and cell layer of the blood and lymphatic vessels, the heart, the ribs and the peritoneum). The Borrelia get their energy from the gally-like, cartilaginous tissue, but at the same time they also make it tiny.

Toxins caused by Lyme disease:

Bacteria – including Borrelia – are able to produce metabolic toxins (toxins) and infect their hostile environment with them. Fatally, the Borrelia identify the host organism human as a hostile environment because his immune system is trying to take action against them. There is often the release of pro-inflammatory substances and autoimmune reactions of the host organism through the interaction of the emitted toxins with the heavy metals in the host. It is not only the Borrelia that are bothering the host organism, but rather the waste materials they excrete – the toxins. They mainly arise when bacteria – in the case of Lyme disease it is the Borrelia – die. They can be triggers for the diseases of the host.

A thin, three-layer cell wall of the Borrelia contains lipoproteins on its outermost shell – the lipopolysaccarides (LPS). LPS are endotoxins that cause inflammatory reactions in the infected host over some intermediate stages. This fat-sugar complex of the cell wall has an antigenic effect and causes the inflammatory reactions of the host.

Toxins can cause flu-like symptoms such as fatigue, body aches and fever. Local skin redness, swelling or overheating at the site of infection (transmission, injection site) also appear. In the chronic course of Lyme disease, toxins produce many other symptoms and complaints.

Lyme disease against the host’s immune system:

The Borrelia use a number of ways to bypass the immune system of their host. They can hide in substances and cells of the carrier, so that they are not recognizable for its immune system.

They can have their antigens mutated and change again and again and at short notice. This means that Borrelia can also adapt to environmental factors such as temperature and pH fluctuations.

Adaptation to the internal milieu of the different host organisms is possible.

Lyme disease and autoimmune disease:

In principle, the symptoms of Lyme disease are caused by the high affinity of Borrelia to „collagen fiber.“ Due to their mobility with the help of scourges, they can literally „screw“ themselves into the connective tissue fibers. In this way, they can walk through the host within days. Chronic inflammatory processes occur, especially in the connective tissue (collagen). The result is vascular inflammation with subsequent capillary occlusions. They lead to disruptions to the energy supply in the affected tissues. The Borrelia can, for example, penetrate into the tissue, eyes, bladder, spleen and liver, joints and cause damage. They can probably escape the access of the immune system in the collagen. There they are also difficult to reach for antibiotics. Within a few days of the first infection, the blood-brain barrier can be overcome and access to the brain can be made.

Due to their ability to deceive the immune system, they even manage to repurpose it. The deception happens by the fact that they assume the surface appearance of the host’s own cells. They change their surface structure in such a way that they can no longer be distinguished from the surfaces of the host cells. If they are nevertheless recognized by the defense cells as an antigen due to an incomplete copy, the host’s defense or immune reaction can be directed not only against them, but also against the body’s own tissue. The defense cells attack the body’s own tissue, which is no longer clearly distinguishable, such as cartilage or nerves.

The autoimmune disease has been reached.

The classic conventional medicine against Lyme disease makes it necessary because of the division breaks the host organism at least over 3-4 weeks with antibiotics.


Lyme disease – stages of the disease

According to classical conventional medicine, Lyme disease is often divided into three stages:

Stage I: Lyme disease early phase

Stage II/ intermediate phase

Stage III/ chronic persistent Lyme disease

The chronic stage is characterized by the fact that the symptoms gradually intensify over time or suddenly reappear – even after years. The complaints of the chronic phase correspond to those of the intermediate phase with the difference that Lyme disease already remains in the organism for a longer period of time and causes progressive damage – also to organs. The complaints occur cyclically in relapses. One of the essential features is that the affected person has several complaints in parallel or complains that he has not recovered – as usual – after his last illness.



Neuroborreliosis is the infection of the central nervous system with Borrelia. It can be found in the intermediate stage – after the early symptom phase – as well as in the chronic phase that has been going on for years. Acute or chronic neuroborreliosis means the change or impairment of the nervous system. In addition to the numerous physical symptoms and limitations, it can permanently affect the affected person in his psyche, in his mind and thus in his personality, in his perception and in his self-experience.

It triggers the dysfunction of the cranial nerves, which manifests itself in the semi-sided facial paralysis – often in children. The affected person suffers from typically changing complaints as well as neurological symptoms and vegetative disorders. For example, he can no longer control the affected half of the face or close the eyelid no longer, a corner of his mouth hangs. Depending on which nerve is affected, there are different symptoms and symptoms of failure.

Very often, short-term memory is affected by neuroborreliosis. What has just been read cannot be processed, or common words no longer occur when formulating. Psychological changes are taking place:

• Anxiety during usual everyday situations

• Aggressiveness or listlessness – e.g. on hobbies and friends

• Memory disorders; especially short-term and name memory

• Mood swings

• mental drive disorders

• increased irritability up to uncontrolled aggression

• Irritable and stress intolerance

• Anxiety disorders

• Obsessive-compulsive disorder

In the course of chronic inflammation of brain areas, epileptic seizures can also occur, which usually affect children. The seizures are of varying degrees and range from twitching of individual muscle groups to cramping of the arms and legs, possibly in connection with unconsciousness.

Inflammation of the meninges caused by Lyme disease are associated with neck pain, which radiates into the shoulder regions.

Symptoms of paralysis are typical of advanced Lyme disease, but manifest themselves not only as semi-sided facial paralysis but also as:

• Vocal cord partial paralysis (altered voice)

• Speech difficulties (partial paralysis of the tongue)

• Swallowing disorders (impaired palate)

• Sting (eye muscle paralysis)

If Lyme disease is treated by an expert therapist, the mental and spiritual state of the affected person improves quickly. The immune system should then be supported not only for the defense against Lyme disease, but also for the defense against co-infections.

Lyme disease – symptoms

Borreliosis is a multi-system disease and can cause over 200 different symptoms together with co-infections. These can affect the entire organism and range from simple flu-like symptoms to pain in the musculoskeletal system to depression and psychological changes. The following complaints occur frequently, sometimes only for a few days, and then subside. However, they like to return – even after a long time. The following is a list of the most common Lyme disease symptoms in my experience and their co-infections:


Common Lyme disease symptoms:

• Wandering redness (Erythema Migrans)

• Drowsiness

• Dizziness (swaying dizziness, torsional dizziness)

• chronic fatigue and exhaustion

• Loss of physical and/or mental performance

• Joint, muscle and tendon pain

• Headache, migraine

• Fever

• Sore throat

• Tinnitus, ringing in the ears, whistling in the ears

• swollen lymph nodes

• Back pain (LWS syndrome)

• Neck pain (HWS syndrome)

• Coffee and alcohol intolerance

• Visual disturbances (star vision, blurred vision, flashes)

• Sleep disorders

• Mood swings, depression

• (wandering) muscle pain

• Memory disorder

• Concentration disorder

• inner restlessness

• Attention disorder

• cold feet and hands

• sweating at night

• Hot flashes

• Allergies, food intolerance

Rarely, the following symptoms also occur:

Musculoskeletal system:

• Joint inflammation accompanied by cartilage destruction (often on knee joints)

• Louder joint cracking when bending or kneeling

• Carpal tunnel syndrome

• herniated disc

• Tennis arm

• Painful tendons and ligaments (thickening of the Achilles tendons)

• Partial tears of muscles and tendons

• increased basic tension on muscles and tendons

• Knife-like pain in muscles without physical load

• Heel or shin pain in a resting position

• Osteoarthritis / arthritis especially in the hip

• rheumatic complaints (fibromyalgia)

• Bursitis in the knees, elbows, hips

Internal organs:

• Cardiac arrhythmias

• Heart muscle inflammation

• Blood pressure fluctuation

• Increase of the second blood pressure value above 90 mmHg

• Visual disturbances, visual field defects

• regular conjunctivitis

• Hearing loss, hearing loss, tinnitus

• Vascular diseases – circulatory disorders on the arms and legs

• Gastrointestinal complaints, irritable bowel, heartburn, change of diarrhea and constipation, flatulence, nausea, loss of appetite

• Metabolic diseases (thyroid dysfunction, blood sugar fluctuations, hormone fluctuations)

• More intense and unpleasant smell perception (e.go. Bitter taste)

Skin, hair, nails:

• Parchment paper skin (cigarette paper-like bluish-colored and wrinkled skin)

• Numbness

• Eczema

• small red-bluish „nodules“

• very dry skin

• Discomforts

• Pigment disorder

• increased corneal formation

• brittle nails, nail fungus

• brittle hair

Nervous system (symptoms of neuroborreliosis):

• Paralysis (e.g. B. in arms and legs)

• Facial paralysis (fascialis paresis)

• Nerve pain

• Coordination disorder

• Balance disorder

• Memory loss, memory gaps (especially short-term memory)

• Confusion, disoriented

• Seizures (epilepsy)


• Dejectedness

• Depression

• Anxiety

• Aggression, increased basic aggression

• Panic attacks

• inner restlessness

• Mood swings

• pronounced psychosis

• Change of character

• Behavioral abnormality

Misdiagnoses due to unrecognized Lyme disease!

There are only a few diseases that cause diagnostic problems such as Lyme disease. Lyme disease is often not recognized or confused.

The diseases misdiagnosed in conventional medicine for these complaints are common:

• CFIDS (Chronic Exhaustion Syndrome)

• MCS (multiple chemical intolerance)

• Somatization disorder (psychosomatic)

• Multiple sclerosis

• Parkinson’s

• Alzheimer’s

• Sarcoidosis

• Fibromyalgia

• Lupus

• Arthritis

• Migraine

and way more……

Although the symptoms of the aforementioned diseases coincide with the symptoms of Lyme disease, they often represent a misdiagnosis with the result that the patient is treated incorrectly. The symptoms do not improve and the patient’s situation is improved by the administration of pain-relieving preparations (e.g. B. cortisone) is often aggravated. The side effects of cortisone administration are predominantly:

• Metabolic disorders

• Increased blood pressure

• Fat and water retention in the body

• Thinning of the skin

• Symptoms of paralysis

• Depression

• Sleep disorders

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Lyme disease therapy:

Lyme disease is a comprehensive disease of the organism, which, due to its seriousness, should only be treated with the help and advice of an experienced therapist.

The weakening of the immune system caused by the infection is described in detail on this website. The patient can only counteract the sustained influence of Lyme disease on the immune system to a limited extent and only in individual cases himself – in consultation with the therapist.

The patient should recognize the importance of his immune system and, if possible, also align his lifestyle habits with the disease. These include:

• a healthy and balanced diet

• Oxygen uptake at the free atmosphere

• ideally outdoor sports

• Regulation of the acid-base balance

Acid-base balance:

Acid and bases contain a certain amount of hydrogen compounds, which can be measured as a pH value. In the human organism, it is neutral between 7.37 and 7.45. Values below 7.37 are „sour“ and those above 7.45 „basic“. Connective tissue, blood, lungs and excretory organs work constantly in cooperation so that the body does not over-acidic. Their overload by acids leads to slags and toxins in the binding or Fat tissue can be temporarily stored in order to neutralize and dispose of it at a later date. However, if too many acids are supplied to the body, it deposits the slags on the joints and muscles. The connective tissue and the skin age and sagging. The blood can also become acidic and its slice-shaped red blood cells become rigid and inflexible. As a result, they no longer get into the smallest blood vessels so unhindered. As a result, there are circulatory disorders on the hands and feet. If the affected person is also a heavy smoker, the removed cells and tissue die. For example, the lack of oxygen on the heart muscle can lead to a heart attack. Overacidity is counteracted by regular stays in the fresh air – at best sports – a balanced diet, base baths and teas.

Detoxification and detoxification:

A prerequisite for the affected organism to counteract Lyme disease is neither an overwhelmed nor an excessive immune system. In order for the immune system to work undisturbed again, its relief is required. This includes freeing it from numerous and possibly continuously entering the body pollutants and eliminating the pollutants already deposited in the organism as much as possible. Measures must be taken to excrete the poisons through the urinary and digestive tract as well as through the skin.


Lyme disease therapy with us:

Additional disruptive influences on the organism and the current stage of Borrelia infection are tested, among other things, with dark field microscopy „live blood analysis“ and with a urine test. The presence of additional interference ultimately determines the individual approach of the therapy. This consists mainly of a preparation that you can carry out at home and according to your own feeling, by taking natural remedies. Furthermore, the therapy consists of frequency therapy „according to Dr. Royal Rife“, homeopathy and – if necessary – a change in diet. We can also offer you other supportive treatments. The advantage of these therapy methods is that no additional immune deficiency – as when taking antibiotics – affects the organism, but they have a strengthening effect on the immune system. Lyme disease is treated and the possibly additional disturbing factors are successfully eliminated. The explained therapy methods are completely painless and the children’s organisms also respond directly and successfully to the therapy methods.

According to our method, a usual Lyme disease infection requires only a few weeks of treatment, so that the first successes quickly occur. By individually adapting our Lyme disease therapy to the respective damaged organism, the treatment is gentle and well tolerated. Possibly side effects are absent and by eliminating the additional interfering influences, a physically good constitution can be restored overall.

Copyright Text: Patrick Beaumont


Lyme disease co-infections

Here are just a few examples.

The infection by chlamydia, Ebstein-Barr virus and much more results in similar causes as Lyme disease infection. Therefore, it is often not recognized as a co-infection and is not treated.

Chlamydia pneumoniae is caused by droplet infection – by e.g. B. Cough – transmitted from person to person and leads to:

• severe redness of the eye veins

• Light sensitivity

• Visual impairment

• dry mucous membranes

• frequent snooting

• recurring sore throat

• persistent cough

• Tightness in the chest area

• Bronchia inflammation

Ebstein-Barr Virus

Symptoms including herpes virus outbreaks:

• Infectious mononucleosis (IM) (synonym: Pfeiffer’s disease)

• Tonsillitis

• Fever

• Lymph node swelling

• Hepatosplenomegaly

• Genital herpes

• Herpes labialis

• Herpes zoster

Secondary diseases:

• Nasopharyngeal carcinoma and burkitt lymphoma

• Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): In studies by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), no connection could be found between EBV or other viral diseases and CFS.

Mycoplasma pneumoniae:


Respiratory infection

Atypical pneumonia:

Tracheobronchitis (Bronchitis):


Extrapulmonary manifestation

Light utikaria

Erythema multiforme

Stevens-Johnson syndrome

M. pneumoniae-induced erythema and mucositis



Cat scratching disease



Malaria-like – serious disease courses possible!


And a lot more co-infections….

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