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Retracting vs Relapse with your infections using Bee Venom Therapy ~ Episode #8

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The Flippin Lyme Foundation

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We are all accustomed to the surges as we treat our infections. 

Many of us have tried this, that and the other. Bee Venom Therapy is some highly effective, targeted treatment for many, many pathogens. The venom kills these pathogens, but our 'journey of healing' can be rocky at times. 

Knowing when to push on and when to back off, is wisdom we hard earn. 


What is retracing?

It's when a symptom that had previously been ameliorated suddenly makes a reappearance. How is it different from a relapse? A relapse means the treatment is no longer working and your symptoms have returned. Many people will experience relapse with antibiotics because antibiotics can't penetrate the cyst forms and most will not get through the biofilms. However, bee venom does both these things, so there is no such thing as a relapse when you are properly using BVT to treat Lyme. 

Unlike a relapse, with retracing you will have a return of a symptom or symptoms, and then they will go away again. Usually the symptom return is short lived. I've seen where they have returned for a day or two and then disappeared again.