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Over the past 20 years, Dr. Murakami developed two revolutionary techniques for removing a tick from the host. The first, called the Blister Method, involves numbing the jaw of the tick, and is widely used in medical offices and by emergency physicians. The second method is the Drinking Straw and Single Knot Method, which involves trapping the tick with a straw and tying a knot around the mouth of the tick. Constant alternating pressure is then applied until the tick releases its mouth intact.

According to the CDC, Lyme disease is the fastest growing vector-borne infectious disease in the United States. The CDC treatment protocol calls for a 30-day treatment plan of oral antibiotics, despite no evidence that this method will cure the disease. In fact, according to, a leader in Lyme disease education, 40% of treatment courses have resulted in upwards of a 40% relapse rate, especially if treatment is delayed. Fewer than 50% of patients with Lyme disease ever recall a tick bite or rash, yet, without either, the CDC does not recommend any treatment.


During a hockey accident playing with his grandson, Dr. Marukami hit his head on a basement beam and suffered a skull fracture. The doctor discovered, on the X-ray, a ten-centimeter asymptomatic tumor. He began his research into cannabidiol as a treatment and was amazed at the evidence of tumor shrinkage he came across. In his own words:

Dr. Murakami’s patients regularly reported smoking cannabis when standard medications failed to treat their severe symptoms of pain, fatigue, and multi-organ failure. The doctor doesn’t believe in smoking a medicine, but he was intrigued by the mental and physical benefits of non-psychotropic cannabidiol.

Murakami’s long-term experience working with Lyme disease has given him ample opportunity to understand the controversy. One faction contends that the disease can be cured within a few weeks with oral antibiotics, such as doxycycline, despite that this method has already been disproven. The other side argues that long-term treatment is necessary to eradicate the cystic form of the disease.

There is good reason to feel that many other compounds (Cannabinoids) found in CBD extracts will have similar effects. I can state that there was a definite increased spirochete, eggs and biofilm killing effect with the increased concentrations of the cannabidiol in the test.”

On his website, Murakami states how anecdotal cases of CBD hemp oil treating chronic infections resistant to the standard antibiotics had convinced him that there was an antibiotic effect with cannabidiol. His organization is now spear heading the research on the effect of CBD on Spirochete with the aid of United States University.

CBD Hemp Oil May Help in Treating Lyme Disease – Borreliosis

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Doctors who provide a clinical diagnosis rather than relying solely on diagnostics are still treating and counseling patients based on outdated research and procedure. An example of this, is the appearance of a Bull’s Eye rash forming on the skin surrounding an infected bite. In the past, it was believed that this pattern of skin irritation was present in most cases of Lyme disease infection. This is actually false. Recent studies show as many as 76% of Lyme infected patients do not physically react this way.

Lyme disease is an infectious illness systemic to nature. The usual way of contracting Lyme disease is through a bite from a tick, often a Deer Tick. However, research has shown that other disease carrying insects such as mosquitoes may also be able to transfer the illness. It can cause over a hundred different symptoms and is very difficult to treat as the neurotoxin secreted from the bite alters chemical activity in the host at the cellular level, sometimes even altering our genetic makeup and DNA. An initial reaction to the bite may not even produce any visible symptoms or irritation, often infections may go unnoticed by the bitten for months or even years.