Why do Bacteria and Fungus plague the Human race? Why do we have to co-exist with what seems to bring misery to the human species? To reflect on this, it is necessary to look at the “big” picture.
Purpose of Fungi: Fungus is necessary to break down dead vegetation and animal life back to the “dust” we came from. Fungus is present in all living organisms, ready to take on its role of decomposing the entity when needed. The signal for fungus to come out of it’s spore form (when it is benign) is the voltage level present in the cell environment. Without fungus, the planet would be engulfed with dead organisms so fungus is a blessing as part of the life cycle.
Purpose of Bacteria: Bacteria are necessary in the body to produce nutrients that the body needs and can only get from the action of bacteria feeding on the food in our digestive system. The good bacteria turn the food we eat into chemicals needed by the body to function. Use of an antibiotic kills both friendly and helpful bacteria as well as the targeted bacteria.
Fungi and bacteria can be seen in all human blood with the use of German microscope known as the Ergonom or with a dark field microscope at 1000x power. Fungi and bacteria in the body compete with each other to be able to munch on our cells. This is how antibiotics came into use. Antibiotics are produced by fungi to destroy their competitors known as bacteria. The antibiotic typically works by impacting the cell membrane of the bacteria and prevents duplication. Bacteria have a “life cycle” where they can shed their cell wall (called L-form) and still exist although they can’t reproduce in that state. The bacteria in their “L-Form” and other forms are not impacted by the antibiotic since there is no cell wall for the antibiotic to attack. Thus, when you take an antibiotic, you are left with two results: the l-form bacteria that are unaffected by the antibiotic and the fungi that has produced the antibiotic remains in the body. Note also that bacteria that reside in the dental tubules beneath the teeth are also not impacted by antibiotics and are sources of continuing infection.
For the human adult the healthy cell voltage is negative 25 millivolts. At this voltage level, our cells have a healthy amount of oxygen in them that keeps bacteria inactive and the fungus in spore form (benign form). If we don’t have enough voltage (electrons) then we have less oxygen in the cell and cell environment. With less oxygen in the environment, the spores and the bacteria become active and start using digestive enzymes to start feeding on our cells. These digestive enzymes enter the blood stream and at a site far removed from the bacteria, cause disease. (example: Streptococcus bacteria munch on the tonsils which we feel as a sore throat, produce digestive enzymes and toxins that travel through the blood stream and can cause damage to the heart valves far removed from the site of the throat infection). The lack of voltage causes autoimmune diseases due to the toxins produced as the bacteria and fungus munch on our cells.
One interesting fact is that some cancers have been shown to be caused by fungus. The fungi enter the cell and impact the cell’s operation causing cancer. A study correlating antibiotic use and breast cancer has been done and has been reported on by the National Cancer Institute where there is a title “Study Shows Link Between Antibiotic Use and Increased Risk of Breast Cancer” – you are welcome to read it at http://www.cancer.gov/newscenter/newsfromnci/2004/antibioticsQA.
Obviously there are times that taking an antibiotic is the correct thing to do. However, linked antibiotic use and increased cancer rates calls into question the wide spread practice of farmers using antibiotics to cause weight gain in farm animals and also the use of antibiotics for minor physical problems.
What are some alternatives to antibiotics if that is temporarily needed? One oxidative therapy that has a lot of history behind it and is available to the general public is sodium chlorite. This can be purchased as MMS (miracle mineral solution). It is useful against fungus, bacteria and parasites. Doctors also have at their disposal: IV hydrogen peroxide or oxide, Vitamin C and UV radiation of the blood which can be used. There are also herbal preparations and colloidal silver available for home use as anti-bacterials that can be studied in the literature.
So … how do we keep our voltage level at the normal level to prevent fungus morphing into adult forms and bacteria in a benign condition thus keeping us healthy? The terrain and the environment both need to be addressed. Again, we need to look at the “big” picture.
Fulvic Acid Story: The human body uses fulvic acid to enable the cell membrane to conduct nutrients into the cell. Humans get fulvic acid from plants which in turn get it from the result of fungus decomposing plant material into dirt. In modern farming, pesticides reduce the amount of fulvic acid so the plants become deficient in fulvic acid. The plants can not move the nutrients into their cells easily and thus the human being eating the deficient plants also becomes deficient in both nutrients and fulvic acid ( a double action—less nutrients available from the plant and less ability to access the nutrients).
Human Environment: Additionally, humans have toxic fats (trans fats) and toxic chemicals in their bodies in significant quantities preventing cells from acting normally. Humans no longer get recharged from electrons from the soil by going barefoot (donated by the earth). So detoxification, supplementation, appropriate stomach acid levels, earthing, eating organically, getting sunlight are all crucial in getting to an optimal voltage level at the cellular level.
Bottom line: Keep the body at the correct voltage level to keep bacteria and fungus in their benign forms.
For more information, I highly recommend two books by Jerry Tennant, MD. Healing is Voltage--The Handbook, and Healing is Voltage—Healing Eye Diseases. Much of the information above is discussed in good detail in these two books.
Linda C Hess, ND
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