The Lyme Neurotoxin

The Borrelia bacteria release a neurotoxin which is cleverly excreted by the liver in bile. Equally cleverly the gut reabsorbs it 100% so there is a toxic build up over time. It thus can not be eradicated naturally.

The neurotoxin produced by the Borrelia bacteria causes symptoms which at first can be very difficult to distinguish from nervous system infection and can trick one into thinking there is muscle ligament or nerve infection. Primary symptoms of neurotoxicity are visual disturbance and muscle spasm / tetany in different parts of the body. The former is best described as a loss of visual contrast sensitivity. It will not be detected in a routine eye examination.

A test for this can be done online at

For a video clip of an explanation of the test by the author