posted on Jul, 17 2013 @ 05:01 PM
reply to post by soficrow
I think that if we boost our resistance to the flu, we lower our resistance to other parasites. We can't think of our immune system as a bottomless
pit, it has to be triggered when we get a disease, not depleted by stimulating it to fight one thing and neglect another. It comes to a point of what
is aparently most critical to fight at the time. An overgrowth of candida isn't as important as fighting a flu that we don't even have yet. I think
that the whole vaccine system has to be examined from this standpoint. A normally harmless and symbiotic bacteria can be dangerous if allowed to grow
to improper numbers.
The medical industry does not tell us this, they tell us we need to eat the right foods to build the immune system to super abilities and I suppose it
is necessary if we are taking all these vaccines. Problem is that building it too strong increases it's ability to form a cykotine storm and kill us.
I think that we are setting ourselves up for a very big problem, especially now that antibiotic resistant bacteria have been created by our use of
chemistry in both medicine and agriculture.
I blame this all on the ones creating the chemistry, they are profiting from it from both ends. Well, this is a very good way to cut the world
population down considerably, something I think is necessary. I don't want to choose, I just want to stay alive and healthy. I also want the same
for all my relatives and friends. Screw the rest of you who fail to listen to reason
It is possible that the body is allowing the pneumonia to thrive in hopes it can help fight the virus. Most times that is not the case though, I
doubt if the pneumonia's aflotoxins will kill the virus. The craving that the aflotoxin creates may help fight the cancer though.
caffeic acid which helps to neutralize pneumonia aflotoxins I think. Could black coffee help...Let me remember Tea, Toast, and coffee.
terpines would work best myself. White pine needle tea or spruce gum.
edit on 17-7-2013 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)