INPT Yields Encouraging Results

Induced Native Phage Therapy (INPT), has shown exciting clinical results as well as establishing laboratory verification of its effectiveness, as no other explanation can be found to explain the highly statistically-improbable finding of repeat negative Phelix tests after INPT.

Bacteriophages, or phages, are well researched, yet INPT is a completely new application of the science and appears to work by stimulating specific phages to swarm the target bacteria and completely eliminate even the difficult to reach bacteria that are coated with biofilms, and the pleomorphic forms called L-Forms and other forms called, “persistor cells.”  INPT is not to be compared to or thought of as any other previous use of bacteriophages, due to the fact that no bacteriophages are being introduced into the body from outside sources, but instead INPT is thought to stimulate the regulative epigenetic switches of native bacteriophages already living in the body.

These never before seen results, appear to support the science behind INPT as a viable solution of complete elimination of the Borrelia, with minimal to no adverse side-effects or Herxheimer reactions, and no risk of creating treatment-resistant strains of bacteria.

Results after One Week of INPT Treatment

Of the people initially tested with the Phelix Borrelia-Phage test, twelve people tested as positive, confirming each patient did indeed still have Borrelia sp. infection, in spite of previous prolonged pharmaceutical and natural antimicrobial treatment, prior to being treated with INPT for one week. INPT was implemented immediately after the initial blood sample was taken, consisting of 1-2 droppers, 2-3 times per day for no more than 5 days, of the INPT liquid solution, after which the treatment was discontinued.

One week after the discontinuation of the INPT treatment, the Phelix test was repeated to confirm all Borrelia were eliminated. All twelve patients who previously tested positive, were found to be negative on the second followup Phelix Borrelia-Phage Test.

Our study utilized the Phelix Borrelia-Phage test in that it is the premier, newest, most sensitive Borrelia lab test available. The Phelix test is statistically the most accurate test, undergoing quadruplicate real-time PCR tests for 3 different targets (B. burgdorferi sl, B. miyamotoi, Relapsing fever) for a total of 12 assessments. All positive-like samples are submitted to confirmatory sequencing to rule out false positive results. Before the Phage real-time PCRs, each sample is submitted to 2 rounds of QC to rule out false-negative results that would relate to the technical flaws: (i) to assess the quality of extracted DNA by performing low cycles actin PCR, and (ii) to assess the absence of PCR inhibitors by doing a real-time PCR for IAC (internal amplification control).

These results appear to demonstrate that this novel treatment, INPT:

  • Completely eradicates the Borrelia, Borrelia-persistor cells
  • Rapid eradication of all Borrelia, depending on the bacterial load, within 2-5 days
  • Apparent long-term elimination
  • Has no known adverse effects
  • Causes minimal Herxheimer reactions
  • Only affects the targeted type of bacteria, leaving friendly flora unaffected
  • Can be targeted to address any of the different strains of Borrelia sp.
  • Is designed to penetrate bacterial biofilms
  • Crosses the blood-brain-barrier
  • Being a complex frequency-based oral remedy it is completely non-toxic and non-allergenic
  • Does not require a healthy immune system

Eradication of Bacteria Never Corrects Damage to the Body

To date, many patients have undergone treatment with INPT, with over 60 Phelix Borrelia-Phage Tests being performed in total, the results of which are yet to be determined. Complete eradication and clinical cure, as mentioned in the article from Dr. Liegner, is a difficult issue to determine, since the eradication of the causative bacteria, while wonderful, does not repair the damage of having the infection for months, years, or even decades in some cases. However, the majority of patients have experienced more rapid and often more dramatic symptom-relief  that would be expected with the disappearance of the offending bacteria, Borrelia. Symptom improvement has varied from each individual, with the most dramatic being a few individuals who were wheelchair bound due to their prolonged battle with the infection have been able to stand up from the wheelchair and in one case is able to walk.

Ongoing testing is underway to continue to document the long-term elimination of the Borrelia in these patients. No other treatments for Borrelia were used with the INPT, nor have any of the patients needed re-treatment for Borrelia in the months following their one week of INPT. To date, 100% of the people who had a negative on their second Phelix test also remained negative on a third Phelix test 45-60 days after the second test, without further treatment. Again, each of these blood samples were confirmed with quadruplicate qPCR testing for the Phelix Borrelia-Phage and another classic Borrelia qPCR test to confirm the results five times over.

The attraction of this work is obvious, however it is even more exciting when considering that if verified with continued INPT treatment and phage testing, the reality is that when there are no Borrelia bacteria or persistor cells left, a person will not be not in remission, as seen with conventional antibiotic treatment when symptoms abate for a period, but because a few bacteria remain in spite of prolonged antibiotic treatment, their illness may return. With none of the Borrelia left in the body, there is no remission from a small percentage of the bacteria persisting and reactivating, since all of the infection has been eliminated. Reinfection would require the person to acquire the infection by one of the many transmitting vectors, such as ticks.

With the laboratory confirmation of elimination of Borrelia, it appears that a person can now begin and end treatment of Borrelia within an unheard of two week period.

It must be reiterated that Lyme disease is much like having termites damaging the wood of your house. While killing all of the termites (Lyme microbes) is definitely a good thing, the killing of the bugs does nothing to repair the damage they caused in the wood of your house (your body). The first stiff wind will still stress or knock your house down. Instant resolution of all of a person’s symptoms is virtually impossible, even when all of the infection is gone, unless you were only recently infected and only minimal damage has been done to your body. The damage must be addressed in its entirety, in those people with chronic infection and many or severe symptoms.

To continue the house analogy, a hammer will not cut wood, although you cannot build and repair a house without one. In the same manner, an antibiotic or even INPT treatment that eliminates the bacteria is a tool that also just serves its purpose, but cannot repair damaged systems and tissues. One must have many healing tools in the toolbox, and the skill to use those tools, in order to restore optimum health once more.

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