Acute Tick-Borne Illness 18 Year Old: Case Study

Patient Data: An 18-year-old male, living in Minnesota (a Lyme-endemic area), found an embedded deer tick in his left upper arm. He had mild swelling in his hand, wrist, and arm.

Protocol: He was given a maximum dose of Biocidin® LSF, Olivirex®, and G.I. Detox™+. Sixty minutes after the first dose of Biocidin® LSF, he had a mild fever that resolved sixty minutes after taking the G.I. Detox™+. The arm pain resolved in 12 hours and he was instructed to continue the therapy for two weeks.

Outcome: He remained symptom free after the protocol.