Inflammation

Inflammation is associated with some of the worst health problems out there including heart disease, cancer, and autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Inflammation is the body's attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens - and begin the healing process. When something harmful or irritating affects a part of our body, there is a biological response to try to remove it, the signs and symptoms of inflammation, specifically acute inflammation, show that the body is trying to heal itself.

Many experts now see inflammation as arising from an immune system response that is out of control. When you catch a cold or sprain your ankle, your immune system switches into gear. Infection or injury trigger a chain of events called the inflammatory cascade. The familiar signs of normal inflammation — heat, pain, redness, and swelling — are the first signals that your immune system is being called into action.

Plaque in coronary artery disease linked to inflammation - scientists from Stanford University, California, linked 25 new genetic regions to coronary artery disease. They found that people with coronary artery disease, the leading cause of death globally, are most likely predisposed to the disease because they have gene variants linked to inflammation

Our bodies are not designed for the accepted daily barrage of toxins, infectious agents and stresses, . This Daily bombardment requires a lot of support to maintain your immune’s systems resilience. Our modern fast paced lifestyle just doesn’t make room unless we pay attention — to everything: what we breathe, eat, and drink. It all has a pro- or anti-inflammatory effect, and for most of us, the factors are weighed towards inflammation.

Well-documented research links depression and stress to a rise in the inflammatory markers, such as CRP, signaling an increased risk for atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease (CHD). One study showed that a depressive state can increases the odds of developing CHD by 50%.

"Have you ever had a panic attack? Woken from a scary dream in a cold sweat with your heart pounding? These are vasoreactions initiated by a perceived threat that dilates your blood vessels — just like inflammation. Wider capillaries mean more blood and nutrients to your organs to better ward off an attack or deal with a situation. This “fight or flight” response is orchestrated by your HPA axis and triggers the release of the stress hormone cortisol from your adrenal glands.

Cortisol directly influences your insulin levels and metabolism. It also plays a role in chronic inflammation and your immune system. I’m sure you’ve seen this relationship in your own life: how many times have you worked endless hours only to go on vacation and get sick? Your body is good at keeping a lid on things, but it can’t do it forever. Coping with persistent stress takes a steady toll on your immune system, your adrenals, and your central nervous system."

While the incidence of inflammation and inflammatory disease is rising in all developed countries, it’s important to remember just how our choices affect our health

The root of chronic inflammation is an imbalanced immune system

What is the difference between chronic inflammation and acute inflammation?
Acute inflammation - Acute inflammation that ebbs and flows as needed signifies a well-balanced immune system.it starts rapidly (rapid onset) and quickly becomes severe. Signs and symptoms are only present for a few days, but in some cases may persist for a few weeks.

Examples of diseases, conditions, and situations which can result in acute inflammation include: acute bronchitis, infected ingrown toenail, sore throat from a cold or flu, a scratch/cut on the skin, exercise (especially intense training), acute appendicitis, acute dermatitis, acute tonsillitis, acute infective meningitis, acute sinusitis, or a blow.

Currently there is no definitive test for inflammation — conventional medicine can measure blood levels of C-reactive protein (a pro-inflammatory marker) and the irritating amino acid called homocysteine. Anything above 1 mg/dL with this test is too high in her book. With the older tests a reading of between 2–5 mg/dL was considered normal. (If you’ve been tested, be sure to ask your doctor for the results.) Newer ways to assess risk early on for future inflammatory disease include markers such as the apolipoprotein B to A1 ratio (ApoB/ApoA-1). This and other tests are in experimental use and only available through a few labs. Marcelle Pick,

Are you inflamed?
Here is a list of symptoms commonly associated with low-grade chronic inflammation.

body aches and pains
congestion
frequent infections
diarrhea
dry eyes
indigestion
shortness of breath
skin outbreaks
swelling
stiffness
weight gain/obesity

Chronic inflammation -When inflammation doesn't go away, it is known as chronic or systemic inflammation, and it is no longer a pro-healing response, but rather a symptom that something has gone wrong, this means long-term inflammation, which can last for several months and even years. It can result from:
Failure to eliminate whatever was causing an acute inflammation
An autoimmune response to a self antigen - the immune system attacks healthy tissues, mistaking them for harmful pathogens.
A chronic irritant of low intensity that persists
Examples of diseases and conditions with chronic inflammation include: asthma, chronic peptic ulcer, tuberculosis, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic periodontitis, ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, chronic sinusitis, and chronic active hepatitis (there are many more).

Obesity may be a low-grade systemic inflammatory disease. Overweight and obese children and adults have elevated serum levels of C-reactive protein, interleukin-6, tumor necrosis factor-alpha, and leptin, which are known markers of inflammation and closely associated with cardiovascular risk factors and cardiovascular and non-cardiovascular causes of death. This may explain the increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, and many other chronic diseases in the obese. Source

Obesity Makes Fat Cells Act Like They're Infected

Hsueh added, "The bottom line is, you're feeding and feeding these fat cells and they're turning around and biting you back. They're doing the thing they're supposed to do -- storing energy -- but reacting negatively to too much of it."

As you may know, parasites cause inflammation.

The Chemistry of Chronic Inflammation To understand why chronic inflammation happens, some of the biochemical processes leading to all inflammation must first be understood. If there is one thing to take away from this section, it is that the four proteins listed below play key roles in our immune response. While we may not understand the full relationship they have to chronic inflammation, they are known factors which act as biomarkers and lead to a chronically inflamed state. More

Toxoplasma gondii, or T. gondii can be found in almost a third of the world’s population. Although in most people it lies dormant, it can also cause toxoplasmosis. People can easily catch it by consuming undercooked meat, especially pork or lamb and by drinking contaminated water. The parasite reproduces in the cells of its primary hosts, all members of the feline family.

Toxoplasmosis can have serious effects on a fetus whose mother develops the disease during pregnancy or on an immunocompromised person. In time, brain inflammation may appear, which will release metabolites into the organism, damaging the brain cells Source

In recent years, conventional medicine has found or suspected that there are many disorders actually caused by pathogens, and sometimes common ones, that were not suspected before. Some cases of cirulation dysfunction, heart disease, Parkinson's, lupus, MS, and other illnesses are now suspected to be caused by chlamydia, rather common bacteria that appears to get out of control in some people. Inflammatory bowel diseases like IBS are now known to some researchers to be often caused by giardia. Lyme disease and spirochete bacteria, Mycoplasmas are now being investigated as being the cause of other chronic disorders, but there are no conventional medical tests which detect them. (Update: there was recently advertised a clinic in California which tests blood samples for 4 types of mycoplasma using a pioneer method.)

Does anyone recall the headlines in the New York Times about blood vessels bursting like popcorn?

"Microorganisms cause inflammation within our blood vessels, and the inflammation attacks the inside of the arteries. Besides immune cells being sent to the site to fight the inflammation, lipoprotein(a) is sent to form a sticky patch over the damaged area; a patch that that can grab onto cholesterol (supposedly bad cholesterol) and a cholesterol bandage is created over the site. However, the inflammation is inside now. The patch grows and bulges. The inflammation grows and bulges. Eventually, “blood vessels explode like popcorn.” See Dr Paul Ridker studies

Parasites like worms can cause a myriad of problems throughout the body, especially if they "escape" the intestinal tract. The typical test for parasites in the US is a fecal swab. If it comes up negative, the patient is declared to be free of parasites, although this test probably is less than 1% accurate in detecting active parasitic infection in the body

Unchecked inflammation is now thought to be responsible for cardiovascular disease and cancers. The elderly are especially vulnerable to this sort of unchecked inflammation since the body looses the ability to “down-regulate” inflammation with age. You do not have to be old to have chronic inflammation. You can have it and not know it, until it is too late.

Inflammation Caused by Parasites

Some parasites live in the upper small intestine where the inflammation they produce causes both gas and bloating.

Macrophage colonies are an important causal factor in Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), Fibromyalgia (FMS), and Sarcoidosis inflammation. It appears that the hidden locations of the suspected RA and FMS bacterial inflammation generators have at last been recognized and made visible. Pleomorphic (shape-changing) microbe elements (1/10th to 1/100th the size of the blood-borne forms of the bacteria) have been identified in colonies inside the cytoplasm of more types of blood cells. Source

Certain parasites, primarily protozoa, produce a prostaglandin (hormone-like substances found in various human tissues), which creates a sodium and chloride loss that can lead to frequent watery stool. The diarrhea process in parasite infection is thus a function of the parasite, not the body’s attempt to rid itself of an infectious organism.

Reliable historic data shows that a cancer researcher initiated cancer in healthy laboratory animals by infecting them with parasitic larvae from a worm found in horses. He proved that parasitic larvae can cause cancer, and that cancer starts with an infection of them. Have you ever heard that someone was able to prove that parasites cause cancer? Can you name the researcher? If you refer to www.nobelprizes.com, (1926) you will discover that a Dr. Fibiger of Denmark initiated cancer in the laboratory in 1913. Mainstream medicine is fully aware of his discovery because Fibiger received the Nobel Prize in Medicine for this achievement.

Parasites can irritate, inflame and coat the intestinal cell wall, leading to a variety of gastrointestinal symptoms

"Parasites are known to migrate to encyst (become enclosed in a sac) in joint fluids; worms can encyst in muscles. Once this happens, pain becomes evident and is often assumed to be caused by arthritis. Joint and muscle pains and inflammation can also be the result of tissue damage caused by some parasites or the body’s ongoing immune response to their presence. "

"Intestinal worms can cause inflammation which can manifest as hives, rashes, weeping eczema, and other allergy-type skin reactions. Cutaneous ulcers, swelling and sores, itchy dermatitis and a number of types of lesions can all result from protozoan parasite invasion."

"Schistosomiasis, also known as bilharzia, is a disease caused by parasitic worms.When adult worms are present, the eggs that are produced usually travel to the intestine, liver or bladder, causing inflammation or scarring. Children who are repeatedly infected can develop anemia, malnutrition, and learning difficulties. After years of infection, the parasite can also damage the liver, intestine, lungs, and bladder. Rarely, eggs are found in the brain or spinal cord and can cause seizures, paralysis, or spinal cord inflammation."Source

"We have another route for inflammation to set in: when our bodies are insulin resistant, our brains are leptin resistant. The more body fat we have, the more leptin we have in our blood which triggers the immune cells in our body fat to release Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha, which is usually a good thing in that it helps consume nascent tumors, but in this case it's highly inflammatory, and it can set off a cascade of events ending in chronic degenerative illness such as MS, arthritis, cancer, and heart disease."

"Accidental ingestion of dog roundworm (Toxocara canis) or the cat roundworm (Toxocara cati) gives rise to toxocariasis which can affect the liver, lungs, muscles, eyes and brain. The eye tends to be affected in older children and in young adults where the larvae migrate to the posterior segment of the eye. When the larvae die, they disintegrate and cause an inflammatory reaction followed by granulation which is when the patient presents.[7] There are three clinical pictures:[1]" Source

Parasites can irritate and sometimes perforate the intestinal lining, increasing bowel permeability to large undigested molecules. This can activate the body’s immune response to produce increased levels of eosinophil, a type of the body’s fighter cells. Eosinophil can inflame body tissue, resulting in an allergic reaction. Just like allergies, parasites can also trigger an increase in the production of immunoglobulin E(IgE)

A parasite thought to be harmless and found in many people may actually be causing subtle changes in the brain, leading to suicide attempts.About 10-20 percent of people in the United States have Toxoplasma gondii, or T. gondii, in their bodies, but in most it was thought to lie dormant, said Brundin, an associate professor of experimental psychiatry in MSU's College of Human Medicine. In fact, it appears the parasite can cause inflammation over time, which produces harmful metabolites that can damage brain cells."Source More

Specialized immune cells called intraepithelial lymphocytes patrol intestinal walls. Upon encountering invaders, they release messenger proteins that call more immune cells to the battleground. "Too many messenger proteins recruit too many immune cells, causing inflammation that can devastate the host's own tissue," Denkers explained. "Bad balance between good bacteria, bad bacteria, and immune interactions like inflammation cause Crohn's disease."

"We noticed that the initial intestinal inflammation these parasites can cause looks very similar to what happens during Crohn's disease," said Denkers, one of the first to study this connection. "Our lab has started using Toxoplasma to model Crohn's disease in humans and help us find the pivotal perpetrator, which has turned out to be a cell from our own immune forces"

"Parasitic metabolic wastes and toxic substances can serve as irritants to the central nervous system. Restlessness and anxiety can be the direct result of a systemic parasite infestation. Perhaps that is why after completing a parasite cleansing program, many people swear that their persistently grouchy mates or relatives have become a lot more pleasant and patient."

HPV (the virus that causes genital warts) causes ovarian cancer

"Even less obvious — but of enormous interest to researchers — is the part inflammation plays in cancer. For instance, chronic bladder inflammation due to repeated urinary infections or cystitis may increase risk of a squamous cell bladder cancer. In some areas of the world, this type of cancer is linked to chronic inflammation caused by infection with a parasite." Source

The Fungal Nature of Cancer
by R. Gdanski

By reference to information posted on the Internet, I can demonstrate that:

Cancer tumors are composed of fungal tissue called ergosterol.

The mechanism of chemotherapy is to block or destroy ergosterol.

The fungal enzyme fumonisin blocks normal growth, knitting and healing processes.

Cancer, in the sense of rapid and out-of-control growth, initiates from an invasive fungal infection. The repair-of-injury process initiates rapid doubling of mature cells for repair. Fungi inside the cells, or nearby, also multiply rapidly. Fungi produce fungal enzymes that prevent knitting and healing. As a consequence, the autonomic repair-of-injury process becomes trapped into a continuous rapid doubling of fungal cells. That's cancer.

Duodenal ulcer causing partial or complete obstruction of the duodenum, pyloric obstruction, distension and dilation of the stomach, gastric ulcer, cancer of the stomach, adhesions of the omentum to the stomach and liver, inflammation of the liver, cancer of the liver.

Do you feel as if something "IS CRAWLING UNDER YOUR SKIN" ?

As gross as it may sound, there are parasites that can crawl under different layers of skin and in the lymphatic system. They can also literally bite at skin and mucus membranes. Some people feel this at night while lying in bed and particularly in the rectal area.

Internal parasites and their waste products can reduce food absorbtion by causing inflammation of the intestinal wall. Food might also get stuck resulting in excessive toxins, smelly farts, bad breath and bloating. If organs such as liver and kidneys cannot get rid of the toxins, then poisons might get out through skin causing skin problems and hair loss. Damaged nervous system and stress hormones give origin to insomnia. Some bloodsucking worms leave open wounds resulting in darker feces. The loss of blood can cause iron deficiency, anemia and dizziness. Other symptoms caused by parasitic infections include (but are not limited to):

anorexia (loss of appetite)
chills
cough
diarrhea
dysuria (urinating problems or pain)
fatigue
fever
headache
hematochezia (bloody feces)
hemoptysis (coughing up blood)
immunodeficiency
itching
jaundice (yellowish eye whites and skin)
joint pain
memory loss
muscle pain and spasms
nausea or vomiting
rash
rectal hemorrhage (bleeding rectum)
rectal prolapse (rectum coming out, when pushing hard)
shortness of breath
stomach pain
swelling
sweating and grinding teeth while sleeping.

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Yes you probably have parasites. It's practically impossible to not come in contact with them. Parasites are everywhere- doorknobs, keyboards, restrooms, shopping carts, shaking people's hands, fingernails, water, air, food, pets, walking barefoot, etc. Once they are in you, they multiply like crazy. Roundworms can lay a million eggs in one day! Tapeworms can grow to be 60 feet long. Single celled amoebas can start digesting brain and other organs. No one is totally immune, not even the healthiest people alive. Everyone should do a Bob Beck or Hulda Clark parasite cleanse at least once a year. Parasites sometimes eat more of your food than you ! Then they crap it into your bloodstream, lungs, organs, making you sick. Parasites could be the actual cause of most mysterious illnesses*.

Healing inflammation from parasites

Inflammation does not mean infection, even when an infection causes inflammation. Infection is caused by a bacterium, parasite, virus or fungus, while inflammation is the body's response to it.

It's time you became aware what was going on inside you. Out of sight- out of mind is no good. What you don't know will catch up to you. Educate yourself on true health. Drugs are NOT always the answer, because they kill both good and bad bacteria inside you, and there is no single drug that kills all kinds of parasite.

The first step in healing your body is to stop the Inflammation by killing off pathogenic bacteria, fungi, and parasites.

 


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High Powered Bob Beck Type Magnetic Pulsar

Constant Current Colloidal Silver Generator

Bob Beck Type Blood Zapper

Digital Timer 5 mins - 2 Hours

Silver Rods

Velcro Wrist Strap

Blood Zapper Electrodes

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Built in Stand

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The Orgone Zapper

An Orgone zapper created by Don Croft is an advancement of Dr. Reich original technology. The zapper consists of two components the Orgone and a modified electrical circuit. The Orgone is layers of Organic and metallic matter. The combination of the two creates a very concentrated amount of Life-force energy, driven into the body by an earth magnet. The electrical component contains a mobius coil, (a sacred geometric symbol representing the intersection of two dimensions); a 9V battery modulated by two crystals an amethyst and a garnet gemstone. The coil stimulates the latent Kundalini energy in the body, the current kills the parasites and the viruses in the body and the Orgone infuses Life-force within the immune system and the physical body; increasing the overall energy levels and thereby the functionality of the mind and the body.

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