SPK Formula™ (Formerly Spiro Kete®)

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$14.99

Manufacturer Kroeger Herb Products
Supply 25 Days
Form 2 Capsules
Potency 750 mg
Size 100

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SPK Formula™ (Formerly Spiro Kete®)

Avoiding exposure to insects includes using caution while being one with nature. This combination encourages your body's healthy conditions. An asset to hair and clothing checks after a jaunt in the woods.

Directions:

Two capsules 2 times daily between meals.

Ingredients:

Nettle leaf, Yerba santa, Goldenrod, Monolaurin, Tobacco leaf. Other Ingredients: Vegetarian source capsule.

Additional Dietary Information:

Adding one cup of fresh organic pineapple to your diet daily can help keep your joints healthy.

Articles

Lyme Disease: Treatment and Prevention

It’s important to be tick savvy so you can keep yourself and your family safe from Lyme Disease and the complications and infections associated with it during the warm months of the year. Humans are at most risk during spring and summer months, typically April through September, and understanding how best to avoid ticks and how to remove them is your first line of defense. Ticks can cause Lyme Disease and occassionally the ticks that transmit this disease can also transmit other tickborne diseases (like Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever). How can you keep yourself safe? Take a look!

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Depending on the stage of life, some ticks are barely visible! Keep safe and savvy with our tips

It’s important to be tick savvy so you can keep yourself and your family safe from Lyme Disease and the complications and infections associated with it during the

warm months of the year. Humans are at most risk during spring and summer months, typically April through September, and understanding how best to avoid ticks and how to remove them is your first line of defense. Ticks can cause Lyme Disease and occassionally the ticks that transmit this disease can also transmit other tickborne diseases (like Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever). How can you keep yourself safe? Take a look!

Lyme Disease, once believed to only be a concern for those in the Northeastern and Rocky Mountain regions of the US, is a threat throughout the country. Ticks often carry a bacteria known as a spirochete that can be transmitted to a host and, if left untreated, the spirochete then multiples in the bloodstream, spinal fluid, and skin, causing a wide array of possibly devastating symptoms. Lyme Disease is frequently referred to as the “Great Imitator” because symptoms are general and do not commonly occur uniformly. Symptoms of Lyme Disease include flu-like symptoms, headache, joint pain, sore throat, dry cough, nausea, stiff neck, chills, and fatigue. When left untreated, more serious and chronic symptoms can occur and resemble fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, or arthritis. Psychological disturbances are also reported when Lyme Disease is left untreated and include depression, irritability, mood swings, dementia, and anorexia. While Lyme Disease can be treated with antibiotics, if a tick is not promptly removed and spirochetes are given time to set up into the body, antibiotics are no longer a viable treatment.

How to be Tick Savvy

  • Steer clear of thick underbrush and heavily wooded, matted, or uncut grassy areas. If you live in a region like this, even your yard may present risks. In the wilderness, stay on the trail and avoid brushing against shrubbery.
  • When in high risk outdoor areas, wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts, buttoned at the cuffs and collar and tucked in at the waist and socks. Light colored clothing makes it easier to see ticks, as they are small, dark flecks. Bring a hat for any passages through wooded areas. Check your companions frequently and ask them to do the same for you.
  • After being outdoors, undress in front of a mirror and check your body thoroughly (including folds under arms, between legs, behind knees, and all over your scalp) for poppy seed sized black or dark red flecks. Working with a partner and a hand mirror are also advised. Don’t forget to check your pets, too.
  • If you find a tick, remove it with tweezers without mashing it, pulling gently but steadily straight out and without twisting, preferably as close as possible to its mouth and feeders in your skin. Dab the area of the bite with rubbing alcohol or disinfectant after the tick has been removed. Do not burn off or attempt to remove with petroleum jelly, gasoline, or nail polish. These methods are more likely to destroy the tick, and force the contents of its stomach into your bloodstream. Place the tick in a sealed jar for future reference (in case you develop symptoms of Lyme Disease you will want to have the tick available for possible testing). If you develop symptoms, contact a physician or the local branch of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) immediately for further instructions.
  • If you have been in high risk areas and have symptoms but don’t remember a bite, seek medical assistance anyway as ticks can be so small they are undetectable to the naked eye and ticks are known to drop off when they’ve finished feeding.
  • If you are pregnant, take extra precautions.

Treating an Infection

Standard medical treatment is with antibiotic therapy which is not always entirely effective and may cause spirochete die-off discomfort during the first few days. It also tends to depress antibody formation which may interfere with accurate testing results. Antibiotics often cause secondary yeast infections as a side effect, so physicians and nutritionists often recommend the use of acidophilus supplements. It is imperative that antibiotic therapy be used due to the seriousness of the disease.

Possible Herbal Preventatives

The following herbs have been listed for their pesticidal effects against ticks, consider this list when planning your protective landscaping around your home as well as for use in essential oils to repel ticks from your body:

  • yarrow
  • onion
  • garlic
  • dill
  • horseradish
  • wormwood
  • chicory
  • St. John’s wort
  • English walnut
  • lovage
  • chamomile
  • mint
  • parsley
  • Scotch pine
  • lemon

Some herbs that may help symptoms of Lyme Disease have shown antibacterial qualities in research and have also been known to address the symptoms that arise from Lyme Disease are:

Hanna created an herbal combination called SPK Formula that blends several of these herbs to help clear spirochetes from the system. Nettle, Yerba Santa, Goldenrod, Monolaurin, and Tobacco leaf encourage your body’s healthy condition and address the bacteria as they hide out in hard to clear places. Because of their spiral shape, spirochetes are able to pass through places in the body that other bacteria cannot, like joints. The addition of natural tobacco into the formula is so important as it draws the spirochetes from these hard to reach places so they can be cleansed from the system. Hanna’s SPK Formula not only addresses spirochetes but also mitigates persistant infections.

Other great tips to consider:

Horseradish contains hydrogen peroxidase which has demonstrated antibacterial and antioxidant properties and has shown effectiveness against tick-born viruses.

Garlic, gentian, and black walnut are also traditionally known as parasiticides.

An herbalist reported benefits for her Lyme disease from tobacco leaf which has shown larvicidal and pesticidal activity in scientific studies.

Traditional herbalists draw on “blood cleansing” or detoxifying herbs in parasitic infections, including such favorites as nettles, goldenrod, burdock, yellow dock, red clover, milk thistle, sarsaparilla, dandelion, kelp, and alfalfa. These are used in folk herbalism in resolving rashes, arthritic complaints, and lymph congestion.

Yerba santa is known to folk herbalists as an excellent herb for coughs, sore throats, fevers, chills, and colds that may accompany the onset of Lyme Disease.

Ginger has been well studied as an anti-inflammatory for arthritis and migraines and as a remedy for nausea. It has been shown to have antibacterial effects and probiotic properties in supporting healthy intestinal bacterial populations, a side effect of taking antibiotics.

Keep yourself and your family safe this tick season with these tips in mind and, if you’re interested to learn more about Hanna’s formula specific to spirochetes, take a look at her SPK Formula!

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