Jen Helboe-Lyme Disease

As many of you know Jeni has been struggling with Lyme Disease for the last 5 years. Losing the ability to enjoy life the way she once did. She was extremely active and then had to find new hobbies to pursue as she lost the ability to perform like she used too. She was diagnosed in June of 2017 and began treatments of all sorts, from antibiotics to herbal treatments. Feeling overwhelmed she decided to just focus on boosting her immune system. Although she felt a lot better she knew she had to combat this disease before it fully debilitated her. After raising awareness and speaking with many other lyme warriors she decided that stem cell therapy is the best option. She has her flights booked and will be going to a Germany originated Clinic called Infusio. Jen will be going to the Beverly Hills location and Leaving on Sept. 16/2018.

Infusio is a team of scientists, medical and naturopathic doctors, nurses, therapists and practitioners determined to offer a refreshing, innovative approach to medicine. The infusion concept is a way of redefining the healing experience through the integration of traditional European medicine with cutting edge science.

Treatments will include:

10 days of treatment at an Infusio Treatment Center that will include medical consultations, oxygen and IV therapies, photobiomodulation, thymus therapy, lymphatic drainage, global diagnostics, bodywork, autologous cyto-immunotherapy, and Stem cell therapy. This will be followed by a 4 month in home regimen.

The stem cell process involves the removal of a patient’s own fat tissue from a specific area. Impurities are removed and the highly concentrated serum is then prepared and re-introduced intravenously causing a systemic response. The cells are able to respond to any weaknesses found in the body, repair organ and nerve damage, and transform to other vital cells necessary to healthy immune function.

The symptoms jeni has experienced over the past 5 years include extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, anxiety, numbness, tingling, difficult concentration, forgetfulness, can't find words, panic attacks, depression, irritability, joint swelling, back pain, cramps, muscle pain, weakness, tremor, burning, shooting pain, hypersensitive skin, light sensitivity, blurry vision, ringing in ears, motion sickness, loss of balance, light headedness, air hunger, swollen glands, sore throat, fevers, abdominal pain, heartburn, exaggerated hangovers, and flushing. 

The strength within this person is unbelievable, the fact that she has lived, persisted, moved, loved, laughed and raised awareness for others leaves me wondering what this person could be capable of if she was healthy.

Unfortunately our Government doesn't provide any funding for people with Lyme disease. I won't get into why, as that is a topic that will get me hot headed. It is what it is. The bank will not give her a large enough loan that she needs to pay for it all.  So we are asking our peers, family, just anyone if they would be able to support Jeni on her journey to living the healthiest and happiest life she can.

I hope everyone reading this can empathetically and compassionately try to understand what this must feel like. 

This is where the ripple effects of kindness begin; maybe if we help Jeni, she'll be able to help us.


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