In 2007, I gave a lecture at an international nutritional conference where I discussed how repression of acute and infectious disease and its symptoms can be a catalyst for chronic, degenerative diseases to take hold like asthma and cancer later on.
For example, when the body “gives up” and a person stops experiencing acute illness even as simple as the common cold, which has a powerful detoxifying effect on the entire physiology, the stage is set for chronic illness. A typical scenario for many cancer patients is that they have not had a cold in years. My Father, who is a retired Geriatrician, used to see this in his practice. One story he tells is of a patient who came in for a physical who hadn’t been sick in years and seemed outwardly to be fine. Tests showed that he had cancer everywhere.
When the body has become too weak to respond to acute illness or generate a good, strong fever in response to an invading pathogen, the toxins build up without any release and the inevitable result is chronic disease sometimes very serious in nature.
Here are some other examples of how repression of acute or infectious disease is simply playing a game of whack-a-mole with degenerative disease just popping up instead:
UPDATE: Great news! As of March 11, 2015, The states of Oregon and Washington have dropped pending legislation to eliminate nonmedical vaccination exemptions for residents (1, 2). Thank you for sharing this powerful letter from attorney James Deal extensively via social media that no doubt helped galvanize the opposition that succeeded in taking down both of these proposed bills that would have stripped parents of their civil liberties to make informed, medical decisions for their own children!
Please keep sharing as there are many other states like California and Texas that have the very same type of legislation still in the works.
According to the National Vaccine Information Center, more than 1.2 million people in the United States are infected with HIV. However, these children and adults are not banned from attending school, receiving medical care, being employed, or otherwise participating fully in society. What’s more, the civil rights of Americans infected with HIV and AIDS are protected by anti-discrimination laws that guarantee and protect their civil rights.
Yet, after a small measles outbreak occurs at Disneyland, termed “deadly” by major media outlets but which has killed no one, suddenly America is at war with itself. Citizens are being pressured to abandon the civil right, guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment, to make informed, voluntary medical decisions about their own bodies and further, to discriminate against and condone extreme social measures against those who choose to remain unvaccinated.
Ladybugs, also known as ladybirds in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand but often referred to as lady beetles in Continental Europe, are one of the few insect species that do not elicit fear or repulsion in the majority of people.
I remember one winter vacation some years ago where the mountain chalet I was staying in with my extended family turned out to have a very large ladybug infestation despite the cold temperatures and high altitude. Hundreds of ladybugs were crawling 24/7 along the basement ceiling which happened to be the room where the pool table and large screen TV were located.
Despite the constant swarming of these colorful creatures where one occasionally dropped onto your head or onto the pool table while you were playing a game, no one seemed to really mind let alone be afraid of them. This, the ho-hum reaction of over 25 people despite more than a few insect fraidy cats in the mix.
Because most people are unafraid and even seem to enjoy the colorful company of ladybugs, it makes sense to employ them as allies given that they have voracious appetites for other insects that typically besiege a home garden.
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a safe, effective and inexpensive medication which has been shown to be effective in treating an incredibly wide range of illnesses, particularly those that are autoimmune in nature.
Due it its safety as well as efficacy, it has gained acceptance even among many holistic health practitioners.
The targeted diseases which have shown improvement with low dose naltrexone treatment include multiple sclerosis, a wide range of cancers, AIDS, and neurological and nervous system problems of all kinds. The use of low dose naltrexone by alternative physicians has grown exponentially since it was first discovered by Dr. Bernard Bihari in 1985.
Several research studies now support the efficacy of LDN treatment, long reported in successful case studies by integrative doctors.
Here’s what you need to know in order to determine if low dose naltrexone might be helpful for you or a loved one suffering from one or more autoimmune diseases.