In Nutricology’s latest In Focus newsletter, two doctors report on using lumbrokinase to help break up the biofilms in Lyme patients who don’t seem to improve on antibiotics or herbal antimicrobials alone. Lumbrokinase is a group of six, novel proteolytic enzymes derived from the earthworm Lumbricus rubellas. Researchers are saying it has the power to dissolve clots and protect against ischemic heart disease and stroke, lower fibrinogen levels in cancer patients, dissolve bacterial biofilms present in chronic infections in conditions like autism and Lyme disease, and regulate hypercoagulation.
Marty Ross, M.D. of Kent, Washington says he uses it on his toughest patients; those that do not improve while on antibiotics. He says these patients usually herx when they add in the lumbrokinase. Gary Sconyers, N.D. is a naturopath in Texas who uses lumbrokinase on all his lyme patients. He also uses nattokinase with some patients, but finds the lumbrokinase most effective with his difficult lyme cases…read the full article