Thursday, May 14, 2015

Specific attrition using massively multiple attacks is the best at curing virus infections

Rotavirus: Image from Wikipedia

Curing diseases caused by viruses is best done using specific attrition by specific massively multiple attacks on virii and infected cells.

Work on specifically attritioning the cells that are infected and take your time. You will not solve it in a day. The infected cells do become dormant which makes them almost impossible to get to. However their dormancy will end and they will flare again. That is when you get them. In other words continue treating for a period of at least 10 years. Your body replaces most of itself over that time.

The treatment plan has 2 strategies
1. Reduce the number of infective agents ie virii when the flare up occurs. This reduces the probability of reinfection in the surrounding area
2. Specifically attrition cells that are infected - this is done not by the 'atomic bomb' method of killing everything in the vicinity, including healthy cells by using a single agent (eg acid etc), but by only killing specifically the infected cells, and this done by using a huge number of active agents (ie hence this is why swimming and playing at a beach works and why mangosteen works).

This treatment strategy will cure both internal and internal virus infections. Internal virus infections can be cured by consuming large amounts of varied and blended vegetables. This is true for all fruit and vegetables except for durians and vegetables with high fat content. High fat and oil content seems to protect virii that infect animals. This means lower your fat and oil consumption!

Diseases caused by virii include Parkinsons, Alzheimers, HIV, eczema, Multiple Sclerosis, all kinds of degenerative brain and nueral disorders, cancers including Hodgkins lymphoma, Lou Gehrig's disease (Motor neuron disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) aka Mad Cow disease etc etc.

In summary. Cells dynamically replace their cell membrane proteins and whatever else that keeps the cell membrane stable. When they are exposed to a type of environment that is corrosive because of a very large number of molecules, ions etc healthy cells naturally tolerate it by replacing these damaged components. Since the protein synthesis etc systems are not busy making virii or more of the stuff that cancers need then these healthy cells survive. However virii infected cells and cancer cells are caught up making virii and/or more of those thing that results in cancerous growth and hence do not protect the cell membrane. The cell membrane fails and destroys the cell. This is what causes specific attrition. This also can only happen if the cells face resource constraints eg time, material, number of ribosomes, polymerases etc etc. Virii genetic material have a higher affinity for polymerases then cellular genetic material so will soak up all the polymerases and precursors. This lead to the infected cell not being able to repair cell membrane damage. Cancer cells have a slightly different situation. The cancer cell may or may not have a situation like the greater affinity problem that virii genetic material cause. However the cancer cell can either fix the problem by unsticking whatever it is is causing it to be cancerous (apart from having virii genetic material) or will be attrition specifically. Specific attrition just gets rid of the problem cells and since cells are very small and replaceable it does not damage the overall body at all.

The reasoning for this also applies to non-virus caused cancers. I imagine that cancer cells are also intolerant to pressures on the structures that form the cell membrane. The cell either conforms to the pressures by having the problem fixed (eg say a stuck molecule is forced off the part of the DNA that is resulting in the cancer [Actually this may be impossible thinking about this again MC 22 July 2015]: so say a corrupted part of the cell DNA that is causing the cell to be stuck in cancer mode]) or the cancer is specifically attritioned and dies when the cell membrane fails. To some extent this explains why vegetarian diets and complex diets are better for you.

I found that a common tea that is drunk every other day in Chinese communities in the place of soft drinks has anti-virus properties. My son was infected by a virus that resulted in his neck lymph glands being distended (the mumps in other words). This went away after a few days of drinking this tea. It also works with the cold virus but not as well. Probably because it is not 'washed' by lymph or blood carrying whatever things (plural) in this tea that is killing off the virus.
Sounds like "Lim Chee Kang" herbal tea - fungi with anti-virus properties: Image from

6th January 2017:
It appears that bacteria attack the body using virus like mechanisms. This means that it produces a body very much like a virus (and is probably a virus) which then inserts into healthy cells, multiplies, busts the cells in expanding numbers, the contents of the cell then feeding the bacteria. The source of virii can also be bacteria! Hence all that plasmid stuff.

This explains why I observe bacteria and viruses being more pathogenic together. Another, and if one thinks about it for a moment, logical, use of bacteria sexual reproduction mechanisms. Many fungi/mushroom/toadstool based foods are also anti-bacterial multiplying its healthy properties. Chinese food has many examples of this especially Northern Chinese food and vegetarian Chinese food.

It was also explained to me much later in life that the same was noticed by Chinese medical practitioners in regards to cancer therapies, many if not all cancers being virus based.

I have also observed some parasitic fungi also being part of this symbiotic parasitism. In this case it was 'athlete's foot'. I found the only way to get rid of this disease was soak my feet in sea water at the beach for a couple of hours a day for about a month. The sand, multiple and various salts and continuous abrading seemed to be too much for the fungi (and/or bacteria) which was most persistent.

The bacteria (and/or fungi etc) also had this very clever strategy of hiding within skin tissue that had regrown in a sponge like way, presumably due to the bacteria and/or fungi. The infection would restart just when you thought you had killed it.

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