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Did you know?

VEGA-TEST and Volla Methods have been successfully used in conventional medicine in Russia, Germany and other countries for decades.

ELISA test - the blood test for detection of Lyme Disease is probably as accurate as 30-40% (in our opinion and other internet sources). The truth is - nobody really knows how accurate this test really is.

Majority of GPs and neurologist think that if your ELISA test results come negative you do not have Lyme Disease. Hence you have to be labelled with another medical condition.

To have your ELISA test commissioned by your GP you need to remember to be bitten by a tick - NHS Guidelines. The problem is - majority of Lyme patients do not remember being bitten by a tick. Another half of those who remember will never go on to developing the rash or a bulls eye confirming infection with Lyme Disease.

If you are a host to a parasite your chances of full recovery from Lyme Disease are highly diminished. In order to increase your chances of recovery the start of the treatment for Lyme Disease must therefore begin from "deactivation" of your hidden friend. The reason - toxins released by parasites are so overwhelming for your body making your immune system already working too hard to cope with the fight against Lyme. The parasite will also work as a host and protector for the pathogens while you may be having a treatment with antibiotics. Once the medication wears out the pathogens are free to start their harvest again turning your body into a wreck.

Majority of human are hosts to some form of a parasite. Possibly more than one. The truth is - the likes of a tapeworm or a fluke will work as a mothership in protecting the pathogen(s) during your antibiotic treatment. Only VEGA-TEST is capable to screen your body for parasites and identify them in a short space of time. Imagine using conventional methods...

There is a growing scientific evidence that Alzheimer Disease could be triggered by various pathogens, in particular: Chlamydia Pneumonia, Herpes Virus and a Spirochete. Yes - the Spirochete is basically Borrelia /Lyme Disease!