Are you familiar with those tiny insects called ticks? You are likely to meet them outdoors, in parks with a lot of animals and even they seem harmless, ticks are actually spreading among humans a serious bacterial infection called Lyme disease.

This disease is spread by the deer ticks or black legged ticks and it can affect people from all ages. There are approximately about 300 000 infected patients a year around the world.

In order to treat it efficiently and on time we need to have a proper diagnosis, which is very hard to be defined due to the common symptoms with some other ailments.

But, you mustn’t wait because if not treated, Lyme disease can cause damages on the heart and brain, muscles and joints and other organs as well.

Here is a list of the most common symptoms of Lyme disease:

It usually starts with sweats, chills and fever, then pain in the muscles and joints, nausea and finally you can notice a rash like bulls eyes.

You have to immediately start with the treatment which is usually by using antibiotics, but the problem with them is that they treat the symptoms and not the root of the Lyme disease which is left in the body to deal with it.

So, instead of the conventional treatment we suggest the natural one with the recent and amazing discovery, an extract from Stevia leaves. This extract is completely natural antibiotic which successfully kills the pathogen Borrelia Burgdoferi, the main cause of this disease.

This was proved in a study conducted by the New Haven University in the department of environmental science and biology and published in the Immunology and microbiology, European journal. The Stevia leaves extract could destroy various forms of the pathogen borrelia burgdorferi which were resistant to the conventional antibiotics.

Additionally, about 20 percent of the patients with Lyme disease experienced severe side effects from the antibiotics like pain in the joints and muscles, fatigue and many others and some of these symptoms lasted up to half a year.

What makes this extract so powerful? The concentration of the phytochemicals makes it mighty antimicrobial agent in the fight with Borellia burgdorferi or Lyme disease.