Mycoplasma

Mycoplasma are a tiny Gram-positive bacteria. Aproximately 4,000 mycoplasma can fit in one human red blood cell. Mycoplamsa do not have cell walls. This makes them reisitant to antibiotics treatment. 

Dr. Rawls has a very informatie article on Mycoplasma 

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Many practitioners treat mycoplasma with herbal protocols that target the infection. Some may include:

Cordyceps Mushrooms- Cordyceps
Scutellaria baicalensis _ Chinese Skullcap
Isatis tinctoria- Woad
Houttuynaia cordata- Houttuynaia
Sida Acuta- Sida
Olea europaea- Olive leaf
Ganoderma lucidum- Reishi mushroom

Below is an example of Mycoplasma rashes:

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Photo credit: https://www.dermnetnz.org/topics/mycoplasma-pneumoniae-infection/

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