Lice Detox Information

Listeria can be found in soil, which can lead to vegetable contamination. Animals can also be carriers. Listeria has been found in uncooked meats, uncooked vegetables, some fruit like cantaloupes, unpasteurized milk, foods made from unpasteurized milk, and processed foods. Pasteurization and sufficient cooking kill Listeria; however, contamination may occur after cooking and before packaging. For example, meat-processing plants producing ready-to-eat foods, such as hot dogs and deli meats, must follow extensive sanitation policies and procedures to prevent Listeria contamination (that doesn't mean it always works, but they try). Listeria monocytogenes are commonly found in soil, stream water, sewage, plants, and food. Listeria are responsible for listeriosis, a rare but potentially lethal food-borne infection.

Listeriosis is a serious disease for humans; the overt form of the disease has a mortality rate greater than 25 percent. The two main clinical manifestations are sepsis and meningitis. Meningitis is often complicated by encephalitis, a pathology that is unusual for bacterial infections. Listeria ivanovii is a pathogen of mammals, specifically ruminants, and has rarely caused listeriosis in humans.

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Lice Detox Information

Three types of lice infest humans: the body louse and the head louse (which look identical) and the crab louse (or pubic louse). The condition of being infested with head lice, body lice, or pubic lice is known as pediculosis. Body lice are spread through prolonged direct physical contact with a person who has body lice or through contact with articles such as clothing, beds, bed linens, or towels that have been in contact with an infested person.

Body lice are not only a nuisance, they cause intense itching. They are also vectors (transmitters) of other diseases. Body lice can spread epidemic typhus, trench fever, and louse-borne relapsing fever. Louse-borne (epidemic) typhus is no longer widespread, but outbreaks of this disease still occur during times of war, civil unrest, natural or man-made disasters, and in prisons where people live together in unsanitary conditions. Louse-borne typhus still exists in places where climate, chronic poverty, social customs or war and social upheaval prevent regular changes and laundering of clothing. These are only the diseases that research has identified. Minimal research has been done to determine what other viruses and bacteria the louse may be transmitting.

Body lice frequently lay their eggs on or near the seams of clothing. Body lice must feed on blood and usually only move to the skin to eat. The louse bites through the skin and injects saliva which prevents blood from clotting; it then sucks blood into its digestive tract. Bloodsucking may continue for a long period if the louse is not disturbed. While feeding, lice may excrete dark red feces onto the skin. Body lice exist worldwide and infest people of all races. Body lice infestations can spread rapidly under crowded living conditions where hygiene is poor (homeless, refugees, victims of war or natural disasters).

A body lice infestation is treated by improving the personal hygiene of the infested person, including a regular change of clean clothes. Clothing, bedding, and towels used by the infested person should be laundered using hot water (at least 130 °F or 54 °C) and machine dried using the hot cycle. Head lice and pubic lice are highly dependent upon human body warmth and will die if separated from their host for 24 hours. Body lice are more resilient since they live on clothing and can survive if separated from human contact for up to a week without feeding. Occasionally the infested person may be prescribed a pediculicide (a medicine that can kill lice); this is not generally necessary if hygiene is maintained and items are laundered appropriately at least once a week.

Delousing can usually be achieved by boiling all clothes and bedding, or washing them at a high temperature. A temperature of 130 °F or 54 °C for 5 minutes will kill most of the adults and prevent eggs from hatching. Leaving the clothes unwashed, but unworn for a full week, also results in the death of lice and eggs. Unlike Bed Bugs, Lice cannot live in carpet and furniture for more than a week. If you believe your house is infested, simply leaving your home for a week and cleaning your body before you come home will ensure freedom of Lice.

However, cleansing your body of Lice may not always be so simple. Combing is the oldest, safest, non-toxic method of lice control; nit combs have been found in Egyptian tombs. Combing is completely safe and although it requires patience from both parent and child, it is effective. You can completely avoid insecticide shampoos/rinses if you comb the hair to remove lice and nits, but you must be diligent. Even if you use an insecticidal shampoo, combing is the only way to remove eggs/nits from the hair. There is an electronic comb on the market, called the Robi Comb™ that will detect live head lice. It is an electronic comb with metal-coated teeth powered by one AA battery. It emits a soft, high pitched hum and when the metal teeth trap live lice, the humming stops


Some home remedies that have been used include cooking oil, mayonnaise, vinegar and other combinations. However, studies have shown lice can survive in hair covered with olive oil, mayonnaise and even petroleum jelly; even when it is left on the hair overnight. Shampooing with ordinary shampoo won't kill lice. Lice can survive through two consecutive shampooings, even when the hair is not rinsed for an hour after the second shampooing. Lice don't drown easily. Research has shown lice can survive when immersed in water for 14 hours at 86-98 degrees F. Natural food markets sell a Tea Tree based shampoo known to help cleanse the scalp of lice, but it is intended to be used synergistically with the combing. Red Cedar Oil is often used by the military as a safe, effective remedy for bed bugs, you can find this online and use as directed. Anise oil and ylang yland essential oils are reported to help.

Our Lice Detox Remedy is not for the removal of lice, it is for detoxing the many issues that are caused by the louse bite. The remedy detoxifies lice saliva and the many toxins people put on lice bites which include pyrethrins, malathion, lindane shampoos, etc.

Remember that our Liquid Detox is one of the most effective remedies for treating/healing bites and wounds. It is powerful at helping reduce pain, swelling and itching, and is very effective at preventing infection. You can apply it directly to the bite or wound or soak the absorbent part of a band aid (3-5 drops) in Liquid Detox and apply it to the bite or wound.

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Mycobacteria are common in normal soils and natural water supplies. People frequently encounter these bacteria in the normal course of their lives. Mycobacteria are a large group of bacteria with nearly a hundred different species. However, only a few are of medical importance. These include: Mycobacterium tuberculosis which causes tuberculosis, Mycobacterium leprae which causes leprosy, and a group known as atypical mycobacteria or non-tuberculosus mycobacteria (or NTM), which cause a variety of skin, lung, and other infections. The following list focuses on non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM).

Mycobacterium avium complex, Mycobacterium kansasii, and Mycobacterium fortuitum complex cause most of NTM infections in humans. Other NTM species rarely cause infection, despite their prevalence in the environment. For example, Mycobacterium gordonae infections are rare, even though this organism is in most tap water in the United States.

  • M. tuberculosis complex (TB) is one of the most common and deadly infectious diseases in the world.
  • Mycobacterium leprae causes Leprosy, a chronic infectious disease affecting the skin, peripheral nerves, and mucous membranes.
  • M. avium-intracellulaire complex (MAC), found worldwide, has become one of the most common infections in patients with AIDS. It typically starts in the lungs and spreads throughout the body.
  • M. kansasii most frequently causes lung infections, it has increased prevalence in the South, especially Texas and Florida.
  • M. abscessus may infect implants, such as pacemakers.
  • M. chelonae may cause post-surgical infections in artificial heart valves and prosthetic implants.
  • M. fortuitum may cause post-surgical infections.
  • M. xenopi is found in hot water systems often as a contaminant.
  • M. scrofulaceum may cause cervical adenitis (infection of the lymph nodes in the neck), especially in children.
  • M. marinum, found in fresh and salt water, aquariums and swimming pools; infects through breaks in the skin and may cause persistent sores. Found worldwide and often associated with AIDS.
  • M. ulcerans, endemic in the tropics, causes large lesions or ulcers and is the 3rd most common mycobacterial infection in healthy people.
  • M. intermedium very rarely causes skin and pulmonary infections in immunosuppressed people.
  • M. malmoense is more common in U.K., northern Europe but uncommon in U.S.
  • M. haemophilum, rarely isolated, requires specific growth factors for isolation.
  • M. szulgai, rarely isolated, is not an environmental contaminant.
  • M mucogenicum causes central venous catheter infections.
  • M. gordonae is the most common NTM contaminant.
  • M. mucogenicum, usually a contaminant, rarely causes central venous catheter infections.
  • M. nonchromogenicum and M. terrae, usually a contaminant, can cause tenosynovitis (inflammation of the lining of the sheath that surrounds a tendon).
  • M. immunogenum is rare and is associated with pseudo-outbreaks.
  • M. genavense causes AIDS.
  • M. avium subspecies paratuberculosis, causes Johne disease in cattle. Some people think it may cause Crohn's Disease and/or irritable bowel syndrome in people.

This Quantum Formula antidotes the various species and subspecies in the Mycobacterium genus.


Legionnaire’s Disease


Legionella live within amoebae in the natural environment. Legionella species are the cause of the human Legionnaires' disease and the lesser form, Pontiac fever. Legionella transmission happens via aerosols — the inhalation of mist droplets containing the bacteria. Common sources include: cooling towers, swimming pools (especially in Scandinavian countries), domestic hot-water systems, fountains, and similar disseminators that tap into a public water supply. Natural sources of Legionella include freshwater ponds and creeks. Person-to-person transmission of Legionella has not been demonstrated.

Once inside a host, incubation may take up to two weeks. Initial symptoms are flu-like and include: fever, chills, and dry cough. Advanced stages of the disease cause problems with the gastrointestinal tract, the nervous system and typically lead to diarrhea and nausea. Another advanced symptoms can be pneumonia.

The disease is rarely a threat to healthy individuals and the more advanced, harmful symptoms usually only occur to those with a compromised immune system and the elderly. According to the journal, "Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology," hospital-acquired Legionella pneumonia has a fatality rate of 28% and the source is the water distribution system. Legionella does not grow well in water below 78F and above 124F. Ozone is also an extremely effective oxidiaing biocide for cooling towers, fountains and spas treatment.

In the United States, the disease affects between 8,000 to 18,000 individuals a year.

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Lyme Disease

Did you know that Lyme disease is considered a current epidemic in civilized countries? It is very possible that the health conditions you have, especially if they are not responding to any other treatment, are actually caused by an undiagnosed case of Lyme disease. There is a lot of information about Lyme disease that most people are not aware of.

The current, well known information reveals that Lyme disease is a Bacterial infection called Borreliosis because it is caused by the Borriela bacteria. This bacteria is acquired in our body by an infected deer tick biting you. Anyone that ventures outside, particularly in taller grass, bushes or trees, will be the possible victim of a tick bite. But you can't run to the doctor every time you get bit, right? Most tick bites do not cause panic. If the tick indeed carried the bacteria that causes Lyme disease to your body, there is often a "bulls-eye" rash that develops around the site of the bite. The rash is also called erythema migrans, a painless "bull's-eye" shaped blotch on the skin the size of a silver dollar which often develops a second, larger rash around it (see photo).

When the rash is present, there is no doubt that a person has Lyme. But many Lyme carriers may not display the telltale bulls-eye rash or any at all. Matter of fact, the rash is present in less than 50% of the diagnosed cases and may take up to 1 month to even appear. There is great controversy in the medical and alternative medical communities, but some believe that if Lyme is a highly undiagnosed disease, the rash may appear in as little as 1% of the infected people.

There are two reasons for this. First, many Lyme victims don't even remember getting bit as the nymph (baby tick) is very small (about the size of a poppy seed) and can easily go unnoticed. Adult ticks can also transmit Lyme disease bacteria, but they are much larger and may be more likely to be discovered and removed before they have had time to transmit the bacteria. Secondly, the Lyme bacteria can also be transmitted through other means, including breast milk, saliva, sexual fluids, and bites from mosquitoes and mites. Some experts even believe a mutated form of Lyme bacteria has been used in field/crop sprays as far back as the early 70's. Others believe Lyme is spread in the Chemtrails. Whatever the story, this is why RNA Support is suggested.

How To Know For Sure

A common test for Lyme disease, the Elisa Test, misses about 35% of Lyme cases. There are other tests, but they are expensive, running anywhere from $600-$2000 and generally leave a person knowing little more than before, or worse, feeling falsely confidant in a negative diagnosis when in fact they do have Lyme disease!

Traditionally, Lyme disease includes a very limited set of symptoms: fever, chills, fatigue, body aches, and a headache, often accompanied by the rash. But that is a simplistic view. Many Lyme symptoms mimic other diseases, such as MS, Alzheimer's, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and many other ailments. Any health issue related to joints, skin or nerves are quite often related to Lyme. Whether you ever had the "bulls-eye" or not, figuring out if you have Lyme can be quite simple. In short, if you are not responding to other treatments or therapies (natural or medical) it is very likely a Lyme condition you are facing. If antibiotics were used to treat the Lyme, or the immune system was compromised for any other reason, there is almost certainly a co-infection, or secondary infection in place as well.


Yes it is possible, but I am not allowed to say that, so scratch that word (oops). The Lyme Relief remedy is designed to help the body cope with the many side effects and symptoms that come with a Lyme infection. This remedy also addresses the exopolysaccharides and exoproteins, which the bugs secrete, effectively creating an armored shell around them. Getting through this shell is a key to helping eliminate these bacteria.

The Joint Support is suggested because joints are the most commonly affected areas. The RNA Support helps the immune system produce a stronger defense from the Constitutional point of view. The Borrelia Detox is designed to begin elimination of the Lyme infection by detoxifying the entire Borriela species. Babesia Detox should be considered because Babesia is the most common of the co-infections, found in about 66% of Lyme patients. The likelihood of secondary infections, both bacterial and viral are common.

If you have had a severe case, or believe you have had Lyme for some time, it is highly suggested you consider doing the Artificial Fever at least once a week for 4-6 weeks.