Hi welcome back to another Health Bunker blog, today we’re going to look at the identical twin sister of Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF), which is a co-infection of Lyme too.
The similarities are many as are the symptoms and health issues these infections cause.
When I begun my research over 10 years ago, before we were even diagnosed with Lyme disease, I investigated every exotic disease I could find, including RMSF.
The confusing thing was (other than the intense brain fog) that all these infections had remarkably similar causes, and symptoms.
I knew a lot of my problems seemed to be from either one or multiple infections, that appeared then disappeared only to reappear once again.
Most of these exotic infections required an insect bite or sting, most of them gave initial flu like symptoms and evade the testing of mainstream science.
In today’s article we’ll ask:
What is Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF)?
Where did it originate from?
Is there a link between Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever & Lyme disease?
Was RMSF made at Rocky Mountain Laboratories?