Powanssan virus disease
Powanssan virus causes insidious neurological symptoms that cannot be easily treated by conventional medicine although they are epidemic.
When a virus like Powanssan virus causes symptoms that occur much later than the initial tick bite that transferred the virus, it can no longer be treated as an epidemic disease. Health agencies are counting incidence of this rare virus are concerned not because the epidemic rampant, but because the effects are insidious. Also, the long-term symptoms are difficult to treat. I will talk about discuss Powanssan virus disease, but the same discussion could also cover Lyme's disease.
Signs and symptoms may include:
- Encephalitis (swelling of the brain)
- Meningitis (swelling of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord)
Conventional medicine lacks effective treatment for the worst of these symptoms. Since the initial symptoms are mild, probably most cases are not reported because they are not noticed by patients presenting with neurological symptoms. Naturally, we must ask how many patients presenting with such symptoms lack a disease name or an obvious cause for symptoms. How many of such difficult conditions could actually be suffering from an insidious virus such as Powanssan virus?
Long-term symptoms of Powassan virus?
Chronic, constitutional/systemic disease without a name
This is because the patient's mind/body have adapted to the viral infection in the ways that are peculiar to that patient. The pace of disease development was slow, so the patient's mind/body had time to adapt. The patient's entire constitution has been affected by the virus. Of course, Homeopaths ask about the entire constitution of the patient. Thankfully, you do not need to know the cause to prescribe. Typically, patients with these neurological symptoms do not know that they were bitten and do not remember the mild symptoms of the bite. Fortunately, those symptoms are irrelevant to cure of a chronic neurological case.