Horseshoe Lyme Mites
The infestation of another new creature surfaced after about one year into the treatment. We were shocked by its existence. We believe we have found a mite, which we shall call the Horseshoe Lyme Mite. This mite is a parasitiform. Mites go through a diverse life cycle, from egg to larva, nymph and adult. A Harvard man identified the photo of our nymph mite as a wool carpet mite; we beg to disagree. The mites survived the outside world longer than any other creature, living 45 minutes before dying of desiccation. Due to the size (though still microscopic) and their constant movement, they were extremely bothersome. The bug film, available on another page, shows a larva that is a holothyran and has been filmed consuming a nematomorph, nature's checks and balances. The hexapod larva stage left a pimple-like exit wound which heals quite quickly. The octopod nymphal stage survived even longer than the larva. Many Lyme sufferers claim they feel as though they have bugs in their bodies. We believe it is the mites that cause that feeling. Our bodies serve as a habitat for many organisms, unwanted visitors making themselves at home. Our goal is to make their environment uninhabitable. We believe we are doing this with the sodium chloride tablets and the vitamin C. We do not advise using any other products such as antihelminthes, colloidal silver, wormwood, or any of the parasite cleansing products on the market. Construction workers and athletes (particularly runners) use the same salt tablets we recommend. Years ago, before the so-called salt scare, PhysEd teachers handed out salt tablets like they were candy. Our bodies need the salt, especially to combat some types of parasites.