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SOT for Lyme

is a cutting-edge treatment for various viruses and infections like Borrelia Burgdorferi.


What is SOT?

Supportive Oligonucleotide Therapy (SOT also known as ASOT) is a new treatment for Lyme disease.

How does it work?

1. Consult with Tavicare's specialist.

2. Evaluation from our physician to determine testing options for best results.

3. Lab tests will be sent to you directly and processed through Vibrant America, to detect your specific Lyme type(s).

4. Blood draw will be taken in the office and is sent to the renowned RGCC Group Lab in Greece.

5. SOT will be created by RGCC Group Lab customized specifically to your Lyme condition.

6. SOT infusion will be administered intravenously in the office.

7. SOT infusion spreads throughout the body including past the blood-brain barrier, embeds into the Lyme bacteria, and will disrupt its ability to replicate. unable to replicate, the organism is unable to cause disease.

RGCC Lab (

RGCC, S.A., a medical genetics company in Greece has done a lot of work to enhance SOT/ASOT. SOT started at RGCC labs 10 years ago. RGCC has state of the art equipment and technology which enables them to identify specific gene sequences of various infectious agents. Their unique verification process includes cross referencing the main gene sequence with the information stored in an internal genetics database. This makes it possible to have the most accurate SOT to maximize the treatment success.

Lyme types that can be treated with SOT:

We will provide you with the latest most updated list at time of consultation.

Babesia duncani Badesia microti Borrelia afzelii

Borrelia bavariensis Borrelia bissettiae Borrelia burgdorferi

Borrelia garinii Borrelia mayonii Borrelia valaisiana

Bartonella henselae Bartonella baciliformis Bartonella vinsonii

...and much more.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • What is the success rate of SOT therapy?

SOT is becoming more well known and more popular as positive results are being found. 95% of patients reported a positive outcome.

  • What labs do I need for SOT?

A positive test for Lyme or co-infections from Vibrant America within 6 months of ordering the SOT is valid.

  • How long does it last?

SOT continues to fight Lyme disease for 3 to 6 months after the treatment.

At some point the infection may be completely eradicated or remain stable in quiet remission.

  • How many times can I do SOT?

Up to 7 to 10 times per year as needed.

  • What are some potential side effects?

Lyme patients may experience Herx or detox reactions such as fatigue, body aches, and headaches.

  • How much does it cost?

$440 for the initial consult and $3650 per SOT treatment.

  • How many treatments will I need?

SOT needs to target each type of infection that you may be infected with. You might require multiple rounds depending on your diagnosis.

  • Can it cause an allergic reaction?

Intravenous antihistamines and steroids are given immediately prior to SOT administration in order to lower the chance of an allergic reaction.

What do you need to know about SOT?

The RGCC laboratory is located in Greece and has developed a process that enables them to identify the specific gene sequences of different targets such as cancer, Lyme and various viruses. A patient's blood is sent to RGCC and they identify the main genetic sequence (gene epitope) of the target genes. Once they identify the main genetic epitope of the target, they cross reference the gene sequences to an international database of genetics to ensure they have the proper sequences.

RGCC created this unique fingerprinting technology so that we can ensure the success of this treatment. It creates a 98% specificity to the target genes such as Lyme Spirochetes and it does not interfere with any other human cells. Once the replications genes (sense strand) are identified, the laboratory creates the anti-copy of the replication sequences of the translocation genes. The sense strand is the specific code of the genetics that creates replication in the cell. RGCC splices apart the sense strand and makes a complimentary copy of the DNA sequences that creates replication. This in turn creates an anti-sense therapy.

Once they created the complimentary copy of the replication sequence, they surround this copy with a synthetic messenger RNA so that it has the ability penetrate within the cell wall of the target. Once this mRNA sequences are created, they replicate this to 500 million to 1 billion copies of your unique SOT molecules. These molecules are delivered to our clinic where you receive your one dose IV treatment. Once you receive your SOT molecules, they are at work 24 hours a day, seven days a week for up to six months inhibiting the replication cycle of the target.

As an example, the Lyme spirochetes have a life cycle of 80 days. It is the longest life cycle of any bacteria and it has one of the most complicated gene sequences that we study. One point of interest is to note that the treatment is not an immune treatment and it does not work through the immune activation system therefore there is usually minimal side effects. SOT works simply by shutting down the gene replication sequence of the target therefore eliminating the next life cycle. Once the lifecycle of the spirochete has been completed, there are just simply no spirochetes left.

However, when dealing with living organisms in a human body there are potential side effects even with a gene silencing therapy like this. Some of the common side effects we've seen have been headaches, increased fatigue, pain at surgical site (with cancer), and flue like symptoms. There have been two cases where another virus has surfaced like herpes or shingles outbreak.

In summary, when the genetic sequence of a particular gene is known to be a causative gene of a particular disease, it is possible to synthesize a strand of nucleic acid (DNA, RNA or a chemical analogue) that will bend to the messenger RNA (MRNA) produced by that gene and effectively turning that gene "off". This is called gene silencing therapy or apoptosis including therapy.