Lyme Disease Stem Cell Treatment



Lyme Disease Stem Cell Treatment

Lyme Disease stem cell treatment is a stem cell therapy done with an 300 million mesenchymal stem cell IV and 50 million mesenchymal stem cells administered via intrathecal injection. Treatment options for Lyme Disease are Antibiotics . For most people with early localized infection, oral administration of doxycycline is widely recommended as the first choice. Alternatives to doxycycline are amoxicillin, cefuroxime axetil, and azithromycin. The possible side effects of these treatments are not fun. Lyme Disease stem cell treatment offers a way to treat the disease without side effects. We have found that patients who have been active in taking medications and treatments tend to have better results from the 300 million Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) IV plus intrathecal stem cell treatment. We recommend that patients with Lyme disease first have 10 to 20 sessions of ozone therapy before coming. The ozone will not eliminate the borrelia bacteria completely, but has been seen to greatly weaken it. By administering the mesenchymal stem cells IV after the ozone treatments we are able to boost the immune system enough to wipe out the disease. The stem cells also correct the autoimmune issues associated with lyme disease. They do this by sending out cytokines which are signalling proteins. These cytokines are able to essentially reprogram the immune cells to work properly and stop attacking the body. This treatment goes after the route causes of Lyme disease and not just the side effects.

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Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia typewhich is spread by ticks. The most common sign of infection is an expanding area of redness on the skin, known as erythema migrans, that begins at the site of a tick bite about a week after it has occurred. Chronic symptoms following treatment are well described and are known as post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome (PTLDS). They are still not sure exactly why problems persist after treatment.

Lyme Disease stem cell treatment helps your body to heal itself. The stem cells guide your immune system and other cells to repair the areas of inflammation and damage in your stomach. The stem cells with the IV first travel to the lungs then heart. Many will stay there to repair damage as they are attracted to inflammation. They will then go to the body and brain and some will guide the immune system to keep Lyme Disease in check. These mesenchymal stem cells have the ability to donate mitochondria to injured or weak cells. This allows your cells to work at peak performance and fight off the disease.



  • Blood Panel to give you a baseline to compare and measure effects
  • 300 million mesenchymal stem cells via IV
  • 50 million mesenchymal stem cells administered via intrathecal injection

The first day you arrive is to settle in and rest. You fast that night and next morning until we do a blood panel around 8 or 9am. We also need to know what medications you are on as some medications need to be stopped for a few days leading up to this treatment. For the stem cells we need you to stop taking any Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) a week before getting stem cell treatment and continue to not use for 2 weeks post treatment. You can use them after those 2 weeks. The most prominent NSAIDs are aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen Here is a breakdown of what NSAID’s – We need at least 3 day notice to have treatment ready for you as the cells are only viable for 4 days from when we receive them.

Step by Step Lyme Disease Stem Cell Treatment

  1. 300 million mesenchymal stem cell IV administered (Takes about an hour and a half)
  2. 50 million mesenchymal stem cells administered via intrathecal injection (Takes about 15 minutes)

Side Effects or Risks

The only side effects that have been documented are the following:

  • 1 in 100 people will experience a slight fever for a few hours after treatment
  • The intrathecal administration can cause a headache the day of treatment or the day after treatment. This is due to increased intracranial pressure from the added fluid. This side effect is rare, but is possible.
  • The intrathecal administration can cause nausea that can last a few days post treatment. Vomiting can occur from this. This is due to increased intracranial pressure from the added fluid. This side effect is rare, but is possible.
  • As with any injection there is an extremely low risk of infection. We have never had a patient experience this side effect, but it is possible.
  • As with any medical treatment there is no guarantee of success. We have been very fortunate that our success rate is so high.

Our lab has over 8 years specializing in Mesenchymal Stem Cell research. Our lab has done a maximum of 1 billion stem cells via IV with no negative side effects. See Stem Cell Certification by Clicking Here.

As with any medical treatment, there is no guarantee of success.

Lyme Disease Stem Cell Treatment Studies

None of these studies directly deal with Lyme disease, but when you sift through the data a compelling case can be made for Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) in the treatment of lyme disease.

Intrathecal Stem Cell Injection Treatment

The Intrathecal Stem Cell Injection Treatment is done to get stem cells directly to the spinal fluid and then cerebral fluid.

An intrathecal stem cell Injection treatment is similar to a spinal tap, except that we are not taking spinal fluid out, but putting 50 million mesenchymal stem cells in. This treatment will be part of our new protocol for MS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Stroke and Autism. To do this, we have brought on Dr. Torres who is an anesthesiologist. This treatment is so beneficial for Lyme Disease patients because the bacteria’s that cause lyme can hide all throughout the body. If they are hiding in the brain then it is difficult with other administration techniques to get the stem cells to the brain where they will boost the immune system to fight off the lyme bacteria.

Intrathecal Stem Cell Application

Dr. Giovanna Dr. Oscar Intrathecal Stem Cells


Dr. Giovanna and Dr. Oscar are both licensed anesthesiologists. In Mexico, where Dream Body Clinic is located an intrathecal injection can only be done by an anesthesiologist. This is because of the specialized training needed to know the correct location of an intrathecal injection and technique. The intrathecal injection sounds painful and dangerous, but it is actually a very easy and minimally invasive procedure. For optimal results it is the most studied and most highly recommended application point for brain issues.

Why do we need Mesenchymal Stem Cells?

We need more stem cells as we age, but our body is using them up. When we are infants, we have the most stem cells that we will ever have and then by the time we grow up to bone maturity, we only have 10% of these cells left. Only 10% and that is all we have left to work with for the rest of our lives. Cells die off as we age and that percentage goes down even further every year.

How do Mesenchymal Stem Cells Work?

Mesenchymal Stem cell therapies work by stimulating the body to regenerate itself. Their magic is not in their ability to become or replace different tissues or cells, but in their production of trophic factors, bioactive molecules produced in response to the environment in which the cells are in. These secreted chemicals aid in repairing tissue and the recruitment of new blood vessels to support nutrient flow to the area and decrease inflammation. By repairing tissue, recruiting new blood vessels and increased nutrient flow your body will start to behave the way it is meant to operate. So it is not the cells themselves that work the magic. It is what the cells secrete that has such medicinal potential. This is called the paracrine effect. We like to think of the mesenchymal stem cells as the managers on the construction site, guiding the workers to repair the building.

More info on the Mesenchymal Stem Cell Secretions

Mesenchymal Stem cells (MSCs) secrete a wide range of cellular products, molecules, exosomes and microvesicles That act in different ways to stimulate the body’s healing process. For Lyme Disease they will guide the removal of scar tissue that is getting in the way of proper healing. Then they will help create a cellular matrix around damaged areas and bring in growth factors to heal. For nerve damage the main secretion that you want are neurotrophic factors. The neurotrophic factors will guide neurons in helping to regenerate damaged nerves.

Growth Factors Aid in Healing

Growth factors (A growth factor is a naturally occurring substance capable of stimulating cellular growth, proliferation, healing, and cellular differentiation. Usually, it is a protein or a steroid hormone. Growth factors are important for regulating a variety of cellular processes. Cytokines (Cytokines are a broad and loose category of small proteins that are important in cell signaling. Their release has an effect on the behavior of cells around them. It can be said that cytokines are involved in autocrine signaling, paracrine signaling and endocrine signaling as immunomodulating agents.), hormones, cellular and mitochondria are among the secreted bioactive molecules and cellular material that characterize the wide range of activities carried out by mesenchymal stem cells. When considering that the main function of stem cells lies in their secretome. This is the bioactive molecules they secrete. This means they don’t have the ability to differentiate into new tissue, but instead allow your own body to heal itself properly. Isolating these trophic factors separate from the cells offers an intriguing mode of treatment.

Do the Mesenchymal Stem Cell Treatment Results Last?

The results from the Lyme disease stem cell treatment are lasting because your body is able to heal itself like when you were younger. That healing does not go away fast, just think of how many years it took to get you where you are. By getting this treatment once or twice a year, your body will be able to regenerate more and more. The 300 million cells will stay in your system indefinitely. They reside in your capillaries. So any extra space available is filled with the stem cells and they can stay with you indefinitely. The rest of the stem cells circulate in your blood stream looking for areas of inflammation and cells to help. Usually after 8 to 12 months the circulating MSCs will differentiate, and they are then flushed out by the immune system with no side effects or issues. Mesenchymal stem cells are the only cells that have been found able to donate mitochondria to weak or injured cells, thus making them whole again.

Can HGH be combined with Stem Cell Therapies?

HGH + Lyme Disease stem cell Treatment = A healthy body and Plenty of Energy!

The stem cells act like the foreman on a construction site by directing the immune cells to areas of inflammation. They then coordinate everything to avoid scarring and repair tissue. Your body is amazing at healing itself, it just needs these stem cells to direct traffic. The HGH converts to IGF-1 which is used to repair tissue. With the stem cells directing repair and giving the IGF-1 a clear path to fix things you heal in record time. HGH is well known for aiding in immune system function and increased energy.

HGH + Stem Cells will give you that vigor and energy back. You start moving and feeling like a 20 year old version of yourself again. Your skinand facial appearance improves dramatically. You heal muscles faster which leads to great strength gains. It is pretty much the perfect combo to live as long as possible and feel the best. You can also get HGH from, just check out Norditropin HGH Package, Genotropin HGH or Humatrope HGH Package.

Lyme Disease Stem Cell Treatment Payment Options

For all stem cell procedures we accept Visa, Mastercard, wire transfer, Cash or Crypto Currency at our clinic at the Joya Hospital in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

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