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Infection, toxins, and getting well
By Bryon Verhaeghe

Thank you for the inquiry and I do believe that I am well versed in neurological aspects of the body. A few things to consider in point form:

1. Most neurotoxins come from the environment and the closest are bacteria and fungi. These are present through our entire body within about two hours of the amniotic sac breaking before birth. From this time to birth is when we acquire what is often referred to as hereditary diseases and not always from DNA. The DNA diseases are more from the sperm and egg and contamination again mostly from bacteria and fungi. Our closest genetic relative is not the primate but the fungi. These can show up as moles and other lumps and bumps as colonies. The difficult mart is that biology is a continuum and in the middle there are mycobacteria that can also be called fungi-bacteria. Another aspect of microbiology is that a cell can learn to imitate other cells enzymatic activity and change physiological forms. This is observed when bacteria stops its aerobic activity and then ferments to meet its oxygen needs. Then there are anaerobic bacteria also.

2. The amniotic fluid is nearly identical to urea which is a component of urine. When a nerve cell is challenged it has a number of defenses. Some of these defenses act as a barrier such as the meningeal lining and the myelin sheath, and others in the form of an active immune system using Nitric Oxide (NO*). The toxin that causes demyelization are first scavenged by carbon dioxide to become less hostile and then fully neutralized by urea. A form of urea is combined with platinum and sold as hydroxyurea to treat brain cancer. Urea powder is available without prescription and is cheap.

3. I will use the term bugs to imply both bacteria and fungi that includes their DNA, mDNA, rDNA and virus, or in general toxins from and in the body (in vivo source). These bugs continue to survive and from intermingling learn to share the work load for survival; symbiotic. As they colonies we develop various sizes of lumps and bumps with a protective slime called biofilm; a depository of enzymes, hormones, pseudo hormones, and toxins. When we suddenly dislodge some of these particles we have adverse effects. One of these is when we suddenly take penicillin the rapid spread of toxins are moved away from the heart and lungs into the skin as hives. A very large dumping reserve for toxins in the body is the massive amount of tissue in the lungs and when the body dumps here we suddenly have difficulty breathing, as seen with anaphylactic shock, when we eat foods like peanuts or shell fish. The human host is not "allergic" to these things but the bugs really do not like it and have a mechanism of survival, anaphylactic shock. This is also the case with toxic shock syndrome when a woman uses a tampon and suddenly a large amount of toxins from staph bacteria enter the body through the mucus membrane.

4. On step to recovery is to remove the source of toxins a few different ways. Changing the diet to feed the immune system and starve the bugs, therefore boosting the molecules needed for the production of NO* to kill bacteria, fungi, virus, and tumors. The word tumor means a colony or growth of cells that are not normally found in the tissue. These tumors are similar to a chicken egg where the yolk is the colony, the white is the biofilm, and the shell is the outer calcification. When a tumor is coated with calcium it is then called cancerous. A biofilmed colony is 500 to 5000 times more resistant to agents like penicillin. Once the colony has calcified there is total resistance to these agents.

5. There are many biofilm disrupters that can safely be used. To displace the calcium (ie biofilm) that is Ca++ or alkaline the body uses acids. The periodic table shows relatively empty electron orbits on the left and electron rich elements on the right. The outer columns are somewhat unique with Calcium (Ca) and Magnesium (Mg) on the left while the astringent Halides are on the right to include Fluoride (F), Chloride (Cl), Bromide (Br), and Iodine (I). All are used by the body as defenses against bugs with the heavier and longer lasting iodine housed in the thyroid for delivery on demand to the body under the control of the pituitary gland. There are thyroid hormones that are molecularly large and controllable by other hormones. The base of the thyroxin hormone is the combination of two tyrosine amino acids. These two amino acids are also the basis of the growth hormone receptor. A bug will enigmatically send out messengers to attract the amino acid into their cell wall, so that our own body’s growth hormone will simulate them to grow. We prepare a Trojan horse scenario by attaching iodine so that when the bugs embed the growth hormone receptor into their cell wall they are suddenly killed by the hostile iodine. Most of our iodine is positioned on the main arteries to the brain and there are significant amounts in breast milk for a baby’s growing brain cells.

6. The stimulation of brain cell growth was found to be a growth factor from a continuum of hormones to be IGF-1. This stands for Insulin-like Growth Factor number one. The key here is insulin-like as it is not insulin. Insulin stimulates the growth of adipose cells and swells the size of each cell but not brain cells. The significant growth factor to neurons is testosterone. The range of growth hormones is vast and the time of activity is delicate. My belief is to feed the body and not manipulate it, so I never suggest hormone therapies as the bugs also utilize these same hormones. A study of mice found that IQ was not stimulated by environment but by exercise. The mouse that spent most time on the running wheel had the best regeneration of brain cells in old age. So a group of seniors that were in their sixth and seventh decade of life and dying of cancer agreed to have their new cells radio-labeled via diet. Those that were wheel chair bound had the fewest new brain cells, those who were ambulatory had the next most, and those who went on bus excursions to shop and went walking had the most new brain cells. Their findings were that the exercise increased IQ. My belief is that the heart pumps a certain amount of blood as a muscle with a large one way valve. Every muscle in the body has arteries with one way valves. Coffee stimulates the muscles as does cigarette smoking. Studies show that those who smoke tobacco have lower rates of dementia than those who do not because of the stimulation of the heart to pump blood to the brain. This is a serious advantage for a younger person as the arteries are in better condition…. The key here is circulation.

7. Beside the thyroid there are four parathyroid glands that produce a hormone called calcitonin. This displaces calcium out of the nerve cells and away from bugs. It is high in eel, as it can quickly move protons in one direction with calcitonin which then forces electrons in the other direction to cause an electric spark to stun prey. The brain pushes a lot of electrons around using the same principal. The other good source of calcitonin is from the skin oil of salmon as they can quickly mobilize particles to match the dense sea water or the less dense fresh water without imploding or exploding. The absolute opposite is with the fish liver oils such as cod, mackerel and sardine, so do not be confused with fish oil, EPA, and DHA being good for the brain.

8. When ever there is a trauma to the body a cascade of calcium is released. I am not positive, but I believe calcium will kill a cell or cause it to contract. This is why many high blood pressure medicines are calcium channel blockers to allow the arteries to relax and open up to reduce back pressure to the heart. This could be compared to a tourniquet that can be used to stop the spread of the venom from a snake bite. When we have trauma the body must protect the heart and lungs, so it will constrict and swell local tissues to inhibit blood flow as a mechanism to stop the spread of bugs. The local bugs utilize the opportunity to form protective coatings of calcium. The body can survive without peripheral functions but requires the heart and lungs for the minute and bone marrow for the day. This is why the bone marrow is protected by calcium in the bones and the brain is also protected by an exoskeleton.

Summary of how to improve health:

a. Clean the bugs - use sodium-chloride (salt), Urea, red pigments, blue/black pigments, healthy thyroid.

b. Improve circulation - remove arterial plaque/calcium and improve elasticity.

c. Pump blood - muscle tone and stimulation; requires nerves be taught to fire.

d. Enhance immune system – conduct blood tests to analyze.

e. Enhance proteins and hormones for repair - building blocks.

f. Improve removal of toxins via kidney, liver and bowel - most brain dysfunction come from the toxins of bugs in the bowel.Note: most of these are accomplished by diet changes, but sometimes extra agents can make the process much easier.

An example are the mummies from the Nubian area (the Southern part of Egypt). They are in the best condition because when these people were sick they drank a brewed grain fermented in a vat made from the soil. In the soil was a natural bacterium that produced a tetracycline antibiotic. Tetracycline antibiotics are noted to seek out calcium rich zones of the body and this kept bug level low in the skeleton resulting in less degeneration of the mummies over the centuries. The tetracycline family of antibiotics are patented by large drug companies, but are natural and enhance immune functions by reducing the bug content of the body. With MRI studies people with MS that had multiple lesions in the brain were found to have no lesions after tetracycline antibiotics for twelve months.

My background is in microbiology and some antibiotics are good for us and some are destructive, such as penicillin and the floxin family that we most know as cipro-floxin. It is understandable why antibiotics have a bad name but some are good and some are bad. My articles often follow the format of comparing the good to the bad. For example; good sugar-bad sugar, good oil-bad oil, and good cholesterol-bad cholesterol.

   This is not intended to make any claim nor is it intended to be a diagnosis.  It is my opinion. -- Bryon

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