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HOW TO MANAGE THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

The immune system tries hard to eliminate pathogens and clean up toxic and metabolic waste, but this process can cause inflammations that are characteristic of chronic diseases. We need to know how to strengthen and control the immune functions in order to revitalise the body.

© October 2015

Website: http://www.healthscience-spirit.com

Conventional medicine and even many natural therapists do not understand key aspects of the immune system and how it works to protect, regenerate or even harm us, and this causes much suffering and premature death.

Imagine that you have advanced cancer but you are confident that you will beat it because you are doing the very best in natural therapy, using the Gerson therapy or something similar, essentially living on fresh organic juices and salads. All seems to go well; you feel good—but suddenly, out of the blue, comes a violent reaction with powerful inflammations all through the body. You end up in hospital, but nothing can be done to stop the inflammation. I encountered this situation when being asked what to do for a woman on Gerson therapy for breast cancer when she developed a strong inflammatory reaction. Days later, she was put into hospital. I do not know which drugs she was given, but two weeks later she was dead.

A similar pattern can be seen with the pioneering clinical cancer trials of Ewan Cameron and Linus Pauling (see http://tinyurl.com/opld6c4). Overall, the outcome was positive because most of the terminal patients survived much longer than the matched controls. But there was also a downside: as with the Gerson therapy, many patients died suddenly from powerful inflammations.

Another scenario: a young and healthy-looking woman once came to me after she’d had her left breast removed a few weeks earlier. She was happy about it; the doctor had told her that it was only a very small lump and they got it all. Two to three years later, I read in the local newspaper that she had died. Medical researchers now acknowledge that a high number of young women die two to three years after breast cancer surgery, while older women are not affected by this phenomenon and may die many years later from mycoses (systemic fungal infections) and muscle wasting or cachexia (see http://www.mdpi.com/2072-6694/2/2/305/pdf). Another woman I knew had successfully applied Cansema®, or black salve, over her breast tumour. It shrivelled up and fell out, but three months later she was dead.

Now, let’s look at autoimmune diseases. Commonly these are associated with dangerous inflammatory reactions. Corticosteroids, such as prednisone and prednisolone, are used medically to suppress strong inflammations. But these drugs have serious long-term side effects such as adrenal insufficiency, osteoporosis, infections and cataracts. Therefore, the aim is to phase out corticosteroids gradually and, if possible, replace them with less harmful drugs. This may work initially, but near the phase-out point or even some time later the inflammation may hit again with full force and sometimes lifethreatening results. Patients are again put on high-dose corticosteroids. This process may be repeated several times, or the patient may be kept long-term on these drugs.

Can you see what all these examples have in common? It is inflammation. What causes such persistent and even life-threatening inflammations? Our immune system!

Patients in the above examples did not die or face lifethreatening inflammations due to their disease, but because their immune systems were not properly controlled. In the first example it is easy to understand how the immune system becomes too strong and starts a full-scale inflammatory attack on any tumours, often with unfortunate outcomes, but what happened in the other examples? High-dose vitamin C has a strong immune-boosting effect. A quantity of 10 grams daily of sodium ascorbate was used in that Cameron–Pauling trial; it gave the immune cells the ammunition to attack any tumours vigorously.

Also, it should be noted that surgery causes strong inflammations. It has been shown conclusively that this is the time when malignant tumours start spreading metastases, even if the surgery was unrelated to the cancer (see http://tinyurl.com/ompv8xr). Young women usually have a stronger immune system than older women. This causes much stronger inflammations and more death in young women. Furthermore, black salve, just like surgery, induces strong inflammations.

With autoimmune diseases, the immune system starts attacking the pleomorphic (shape-changing) microbes hiding in affected organs or glands. Corticosteroids suppress the immune system and, with this, also any existing inflammations; but when drugs are gradually eliminated, the immune system may explode again and the patient is put back on high-dose emergency corticosteroids.

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In the December 2015 - January 2016 issue we have articles covering: PROJECT CENSORED’S TOP 25 NEWS STORIES; TRIALS & TRIBULATIONS: CLINICAL RESEARCH; HOW TO MANAGE THE IMMUNE SYSTEM; SACRED SOLIDS IN THE ATOMIC NUCLEUS—Part 2; NAN MADOL, CITY OF SPIRITS; SHADOW OF NEMESIS—Part 2; and SCIENCE NEWS, THE TWILIGHT ZONE, GLOBAL NEWS and more.
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