Perspective: What Is Mycoplasma

By Linda Emmanuel

Mycoplasma are the smallest living organisms, even smaller than viruses. Mycoplasma are so small that they can cross the blood-brain barrier. A mycoplasma is the DNA strands of a bacterium, encased in a membrane. Since it has no cell wall, it is parasitic, needing a host for survival. There are 100+ species of mycoplasma. Some attack plants and some attack animals. Mycoplasma and other bacteria flourish in an acidic pH. Mycoplasma membrane is made of fat and sugar, which it needs to replicate.

Do mycoplasma have a purpose?
When I was a child, I remember my parents warning me, “Don’t touch that dead cat! You’ll get sick!” They were right. That dead cat was full of anaerobic disease-causing bacteria, blowfly larvae, yeast and mold, all breaking down the body.

What awakens mycoplasma?
An event—some kind of emotional or physical trauma awakens mycoplasma which monitors your immune system, your pH and the oxygen level in your body. Ask anyone who is sick if they suffered a trauma before they got sick and they will always answer, “yes.” They might say, “I got a divorce,” or “I lost my job,” or “My spouse died.” Extreme stress can cause your body to go into “fight or flight” mode, and your body becomes “acidic” (pH).

Depending where you are genetically weak is where mycoplasma attacks. Doesn’t the lion attack the weakest zebra? Mycoplasma will always take the path of least resistance, attacking degenerative and/or damaged cells first. That’s their job, breaking down “weak, defective or dead” tissue, except the host is very much alive.

Mycoplasma Infections
Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, leukemia, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, colon cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, lymphoma, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s, psoriasis, Carpal tunnel, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, heart disease, cataracts, Grave’s disease, hormonal imbalance (depression, loss of libido and unable to sleep), Lou Gehrig’s disease, scleroderma, urinary tract infections, kidney failure, pancreatic cancer, brain cancer, asthma, and many more.

About the Author
In 2001, Linda was disabled with lupus, Crohn’s, fibromyalgia, RA, and chronic depression. In 2003 she found out about mycoplasma and in 2005 she found an effective treatment. After just two treatments, she was no longer sick. Flex is the only wellness center in the St. Louis area using this protocol. This protocol kills staph, the Lyme spirochaete, and other disease-causing organisms. For more information on upcoming seminars, visit www.flexstl.com.