Pollen is the genetic information of the plant kingdom, i.e., DNA, encapsulated in a protective cellulose shell. Cellulose serves as a nutrient base for probiotics, or the beneficial bacteria in the intestines. If the balance of gut microflora is not disturbed and the diet does not predominantly consist of animal-derived proteins, which are the actual allergens, everything is processed without causing allergies.


Plant-based products cannot cause allergies
No non-protein product, including citrus fruits, honey, pollen, fruits, berries, horseradish, etc., can ever cause allergies. The list of allergy-causing products is very short, only five items – milk, mushrooms, fish, eggs, and meat, along with their derivatives. Everything else is safe to consume. There are factors that cause allergies because they are the causes, and there are factors that provide a pretext for the onset of allergies. Citrus fruits, strawberries, honey, pollen, watermelons, tomatoes, etc., become such pretexts. Why? Because they create an alkaline, cell-friendly environment and are rich in enzymes, cleansing the cells from encapsulated waste and initiating the lysing process, i.e., the dilution of waste, which then enters the intercellular space, blood, and lymph. As a result, a large amount of metabolic waste concentrates. Animal-derived proteins with their toxins also enter the diet. The body cannot withstand such internal environmental pollution and reacts with a rapid excessive immune reaction - the creation of a huge amount of antibodies. This is followed by the antibody-antigen reaction to destroy the antigen. This is also an allergic reaction, referred to as a disease. The solution is only one – to cleanse and not pollute the body.

All plants without exception contain proteins, as otherwise, it would not be possible to transfer genetic information. These are short chains of amino acids – combinations of lipoproteins and glycoproteins, which upon entering the human body easily break down into amino acids and do not cause the formation of antibodies in the body. Proteins synthesized by our liver and bone marrow from plant-derived materials are species-specific and individual in molecular structure, therefore, cannot be antigens that cause antibody formation.

If you primarily consume plant-based proteins in your diet, you will also avoid anaphylactic shock caused by insect bites. You will be able to safely eat strawberries, honey, citrus fruits, enjoy the blooming spring without having to flee to the north. Just as one cannot escape from their own shadow, one cannot escape from toxins and waste.


The mucosa protects us
Foreign amino acid compounds or proteins should not be present in the blood. This is dangerous. For example, if you inhale air containing pollen, it enters the lungs and from the lungs into the blood, not the intestines, increasing the total amount of undigested foreign proteins. The body tries to defend itself. Runny nose, sneezing, tears, are ways in which it happens to get rid of foreign proteins as quickly as possible.

Any organism tries to maintain its specificity, both as a species and individually. Only a protein molecule entering the body can cause an immune response in the form of antibodies. The organism tries to repel or destroy the foreigner.


During disease epidemics, some get sick while others do not. Why? It all depends on how well the immunity is 'fed'. Immunity cannot be nourished with interferons (obtained from pigs) or synthetic preparations. The human body does not produce interferon. It is synthesized by lactic acid bacteria. Immune cells need the same things as other cells – amino acids, live vitamins, polyunsaturated fatty acids, minerals, enzymes, oxygen, antioxidants, and a sufficient amount of water, as well as a large amount of energy. A person may not feel pain, but lack energy. This is a sign of weak immunity. It can be called depression or chronic fatigue syndrome. The first step in caring for energy is water, which is the main 'carrier' of it. It is important that the water is as similar as possible to that in the cells in terms of physical and chemical properties.


Vitamin C
Vitamin C (C6H8O6) is involved in about 300 biological processes in the body, protects cell membranes, as well as vitamins A and E from oxidation, promotes the assimilation of calcium and iron. Vitamin C is used in the synthesis of L-carnitine, which is necessary for the transport of long-chain fatty acids into the cell organelles, mitochondria, for oxidation to produce energy, and also participates in the removal of metabolic products from cells. This means that the more vitamin C, the more carnitine in the cells, hence more energy.

Vitamin C is a very powerful antioxidant complex that suppresses the destructive activity of free radicals in the body, blocks the oxidation process, reduces the risk of development of many chronic and inflammatory diseases, as well as slows down aging and muscle mass loss. Vitamin C is necessary for the functioning of the nervous system, as it participates in the synthesis of neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are substances that transmit signals from the brain to tissues and organs, so a delayed reaction is a sign of vitamin C deficiency.

Vitamin C participates in the synthesis of collagen, which is absolutely necessary for the synthesis of all connective tissues. Vitamin C is one of the most popular means of enhancing immunity because it increases the level of interferon. It activates certain cellular proteins that block virus replication. Immune cells need restoration – this is the energy of vitamins. The main one is water-soluble vitamin C. It repairs enzymes and hormones in the body, always arriving at the site where there are inactive hormones, hence it has even been nicknamed the youth vitamin. As soon as the hormone is activated, vitamin C gives it one electron and departs. When a person consumes a diet that nature has not intended for him, the ability to synthesize vitamin C is lost, so it is important to receive it through food. It is important that it is natural, not artificially synthesized, which the body almost does not assimilate, and it should be noted that it collapses during thermal processing. For example, boiled potatoes retain vitamin C - with the skin 75%, without the skin 60%, baked 35%, but in mashed potatoes only about 20%.

Virtually everyone and always lacks vitamin C. Its deficiency causes many problems throughout the body. The most characteristic signs (although similar signs may also be present in other health problems) are fatigue, bleeding of the gums and nose, poor mood, bruises and hematomas on the skin, poor healing of scars due to impaired collagen synthesis and its quality, dry skin, hair loss, joint pain, frequent colds, increased irritability, red pimples on the edges of the tongue. Scurvy is an extreme sign of vitamin C deficiency.

With any illness, there is a need for vitamin C, related to its antioxidant properties. The assimilation of vitamin C is complicated by elevated blood sugar levels, which is associated with insulin resistance.

Like other vitamins, vitamin C should be chosen only of natural origin, not artificially synthesized. The champion in vitamin C content is sauerkraut (200g of cabbage contains 1g of vitamin C), but it should be noted that it is properly fermented, that is, without adding sugar, salt, vinegar, etc. With such prepared cabbage, the daily norm of vitamin C and vitamin K2 will also be provided. Of course, various greens are a good source of vitamin C. Citrus fruits, especially lemons, are also useful, but it should be taken into account that oranges and tangerines contain a lot of sugar, and the formulas of sugar and vitamin C are almost identical, so vitamin C is mostly processed as glucose, therefore there will be no benefit as an antioxidant. Antioxidants oxidize the envelope of viruses and bacteria, as well as enhance the enzymatic system of the immune system.

Beekeeping products can also be used. Vitamin C is also found in bee bread, which contains more than 300 biologically active ingredients. It could not be otherwise, because in winter, when bees cannot leave the hive and need to grow a new generation, the absence of any component necessary for life can be decisive – to be or not to be.


Human immunodeficiency virus HIV
When the HIV virus enters the human body, it transforms its genetic material and inserts itself into the cells of the immune system. Mainly these are T-lymphocytes. It inserts its genes into the chromosomes of the cell, which most often activate immediately. The virus replication begins until it kills the cell. New viruses break free and attack other cells.


Stress and immunity
An acidic environment in the body is created by thermally or otherwise killed products, antibiotics, as they destroy bacteria and their place is quickly taken by fungi. Stress also creates an acidic environment. As a result, leukocytes in such an environment become almost immobile. It is often said that a person has experienced stress and fell ill. Basically, it is that stress drives the illness inside. The absence of stress brings the illness outside, because the immune system is working. The disease goes outside, for example, through the skin (dead viruses, dead cells). If at that moment there is severe stress, the toxin excretion mechanism is blocked. As a consequence, more serious illnesses can begin, such as meningitis.


Take care of your immunity
About 2 kilograms of beneficial bacteria live in the human body. If they are destroyed, a person can die the next day due to intestinal tract sterility, as food will not be processed. We need to protect the bacteria. Food is processed thanks to enzymes secreted by bacteria. Immunity is born in the intestines. The state of the intestinal tract determines the state of immunity. Bacteria do not like salt, sugar, vinegar, preservatives, GMO products, they stop reproducing.

The beneficial intestinal microflora, living on the inner intestinal mucosa, synthesizes amino acids and vitamins, vitamins of group B, vitamin K, folic acid, etc. If a person consumes food as nature intended, almost all vitamins and amino acids are synthesized, including the so-called essential amino acids. The beneficial microflora performs an immunomodulatory function, which is the cell immunity response. Participates in the processing of lactose, ensures the assimilation of iron, vitamin D, and calcium ions.

Maintaining the intestinal microflora in good condition is the most effective means against aging and diseases.

Nutrition and ecology, that's all, because there is nothing else to destroy immunity with. If immunity is initially strong, even under stress, although it decreases, it still works. What then interferes with immunity? About 90% of products are artificially made, which should not be used in the diet. Nitrites and monosodium glutamate are the biggest enemies of immunity. Also, ultraviolet sunlight, penetrating through the skin, breaks down the intercellular fluid. Free radicals of water molecules appear. Oxygen, as a very strong oxidizer, begins to attach to all cells, including leukocytes. Leukocytes try to get rid of it at the expense of vitamin C. If a lymphocyte approaches a free radical, quenching occurs. Energy is quenched, and the lymphocyte becomes inactive.

Signs of reduced immunity - fatigue sets in very quickly and tends to be chronic, there may be both drowsiness and insomnia, headaches, aching pains in muscles and joints, frequent illness, prolonged course of diseases, prolonged fever, decreased work capacity.

Immunity must be cared for every day. Dietary supplements alone are not enough. Water, rest, healthy sleep, normal nutrition, and hygiene are needed. The main thing is to nourish and not poison. Eat what is healthy, not what tastes good. Dysbacteriosis, or dysbiosis, rapidly weakens immunity.

It is not possible to destroy all viruses, bacteria, and fungi. Even if it were possible, the chance of re-infection is very real, because a parallel world is omnipresent. Therefore, the only way is to strengthen immunity by nourishing it. And only natural substances are suitable for nourishment. For example, aloe vera juice, sprouted seeds, bee bread. Neither vaccines nor chemical substances can force a leukocyte to work, a full-fledged diet and energy are needed. Immunostimulators, such as ginseng, which stimulate the body to use reserves, can cause serious problems when the reserves are depleted.


There are two groups of vaccines - antibacterial and antiviral. All vaccines are divided into live, such as the BCG vaccine against tuberculosis, and inactivated or non-living, such as the DTP vaccine (against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough). All live vaccines contain antibiotics, but inactivated ones, as a preservative contain the organic mercury compound thiomersal, which is many times more toxic than mercury itself. Formaldehyde is used to inactivate vaccines, as an inactivation agent. Formalin, as is known, is the strongest cell poison. Aluminum hydroxide is used to enhance the body's immune response. Aluminum negatively affects the nervous system.

Defenders of vaccines object that these toxic substances are in small amounts and cannot do any harm, but it should be remembered that the same substance in natural food, to which the body has adapted over time, and the same substance in an artificially synthesized compound can behave diametrically opposite. This is one of the causes of vaccine side effects.

Any vaccine against infectious diseases that forms specific immunity in the body makes the overall immunity excessive, thereby increasing the risk of cancer, while natural non-specific immunity becomes perverse. Vaccines, and if you add hormonal drugs, antibiotics, cytostatics, their combined result – autoimmune and allergic diseases are encountered more and more frequently.

When a child is born, there is no immunity, the child receives the immune program with the mother's colostrum, if not received, develops its own immunity, but weaker. In the inherited immune program, or the history of past diseases, there is also information about vaccines received by the mother and also the grandmother, etc.

Therefore, it has been observed that in countries where mass vaccination is carried out, now in several generations, people become more sensitive, more often there is an excessive immune reaction. If it is a general cellular reaction – it is called an allergy. If a local cellular reaction – oncology. The most paradoxical thing is that even if mass vaccination manages to eliminate some infection, immediately in its place appears another microbe or virus, much more malicious and invincible, but the body has already spent the reserves for synthesizing new immune cells. The result is a depleted immune system with resulting consequences.


Are vaccines natural?
The human immune system constantly encounters various invisible tiny microorganisms. These can be bacteria, fungi, viruses. Thanks to these microorganisms, the immune system is constantly kept in tone or trained so that it can perform its main task – not to allow microorganisms to multiply too much. Many experiments with animals convincingly show that keeping them in a sterile environment reduces their viability. Virus mutation is much faster than the development of any vaccine.

Vaccines may contain aluminum silicate, formaldehyde, and possibly even mercury. Defenders of vaccination claim that modern vaccines no longer use mercury, but it should be reminded that its salts are much more harmful than the heavy metal itself. The accumulation of aluminum silicate promotes the development of Alzheimer's disease. Actually, vaccines are more needed by the pharmaceutical industry, because it can earn not only from the sick but also from the healthy. It is also worth thinking about why the detailed composition of vaccines is kept in great secrecy.

If you still decide to vaccinate, it should be taken into account that it can only be done by a healthy person, but not sick or in the recovery stage. It can only be done with a quality vaccine, otherwise, there will be an exacerbation and the desired effect will not be obtained.

Do not make the simple complicated

Viruses and microbes are everywhere. As soon as they have a nutrient base – pus, waste, weakened cells, their rapid multiplication occurs. Since the biofield intensity of healthy cells is much stronger than the biofield intensity of microbes, these cells are not affected. If it were not so, humanity would no longer exist. Vaccines cannot take away the nutrient base from those against whom these vaccines are directed. This means that a child's health needs to be taken care of much, much earlier, before the child is born. If the mother has toxemia during pregnancy, it indicates that many disease-causing agents have soil to multiply and release toxins, which inevitably enter the still unborn child's body, because the placental barrier cannot withstand such a load, as it is currently imposed. As a result, the child is born already with inherited toxins and a nutrient base for those against whom the vaccines are directed.

Perhaps it would be more logical for the mother to undergo a serious detoxification course before pregnancy, consume adequate nutrition during pregnancy, that is, not to pollute both her and the child's body. Then no vaccines will be needed and there will be no demagogic deliberations – whether to vaccinate or not. Do not make the simple complicated. Who tries to do it and who benefits from it, is not hard to guess.


To vaccinate or not to vaccinate?
It is an absurd assumption that a child is born 100% healthy, but only a completely healthy child can be vaccinated, and this cannot be determined visually, otherwise, if there are any diseases, a different vaccination methodology must be developed, which can only be done by an experienced specialist, and this is very important, otherwise, you can lose the child.

According to statistics, 2.9% of parents refuse to vaccinate their newborn children. That is the parents' choice in Latvia. For those who have decided to vaccinate their children, here is a brief overview of the children's vaccination calendar. In the maternity hospital, the child receives the first vaccine against hepatitis B in the first hours after birth, when immunity has not yet strengthened and it is not yet possible to determine whether there is a risk group, before being discharged from the hospital, the child receives a tuberculosis vaccine (BCG). After two months follow vaccines against pneumococcus and rotavirus, as well as a combined vaccine (diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, poliomyelitis, Haemophilus influenzae infection, hepatitis B). After two months, the same is repeated. At the age of 6 months, all the previously mentioned vaccines are received, except for pneumococcus. More details can be found in the children's vaccination calendar, which is available on the website of the SPKC (Centre for Disease Prevention and Control).

If a child receives a full vaccination kit in the first year of life, the chance of becoming asthmatic almost doubles, the child receives a permissible critical amount of aluminum, which accumulates in the brain and creates micro-inflammatory foci, which increase the risk of brain tumors. There is also an increased risk of autism, which is associated with brain dysfunctional disorders. Autism tends to spread more widely every year. Whether it is a coincidence or not, but the most such problems affect those who vaccinate most diligently. Vaccinated against viral diseases often get sick again, suffer long, complicated, and more severely.

Nature is arranged so that a person encounters a virus, contact ends, immunity starts working and the process happens. In the vaccine, contact continues much longer, more than 10 days, because the vaccine is built to work for a longer time. There are special adjuvants to which the antigen (disease-causing agent) is 'mounted'. When introduced into the body, long-term hyperirritation occurs and there is a risk of contracting multiple sclerosis.

There are vaccines that affect the gastrointestinal tract, determined by the specifics of vaccine production, because it is not possible to obtain vaccines biochemically and genetically absolutely pure. It is impossible to separate foreign viruses, this virus information from the environment in which the disease-causing agent is grown, from which the vaccine is obtained. For example, the flu vaccine is grown in chicken egg embryos. What that environment is, what viruses circulate there, where the chickens live, what they are fed, can only be guessed. Biological impurities are what endanger the organism into which they are introduced. It is foreign genetic information and how it will develop further can only be guessed.

For example, the diphtheria vaccine does not protect against diphtheria, it is actually an antitoxin obtained by treating toxins with formalin and making them harmless. In this way, simply a milder course of the disease is ensured. The tuberculosis vaccine does not protect against human tuberculosis because it is made from an animal tuberculosis strain, this vaccine only promotes immunity.

Those who are vaccinated against the flu should know that the flu virus is very mutagenic, and that the virus strain (type) against which the vaccine is made works only for the first two to three weeks, then this strain mutates and the vaccine does not work. When the flu has started, there is no point in getting vaccinated. Influenza vaccines have only a few percent effectiveness.

The doctor must be able to recognize complications, observe them. In practice, it happens that, at best, a local reaction, the child's excitability, and temperature are observed. But the side effects are not just a high temperature. Side effects can manifest in various ways, for example, toxins affect the central nervous system, and the child cries incessantly. Side effects can also appear after several years.

Is the effectiveness of vaccines monitored in the long term? Is all this recorded and entered into the statistics, which vaccine defenders argue? Is it beneficial for doctors to report side effects, which may be followed by many inspections, further complicating work?

Before making a decision about a child's vaccination, parents must critically evaluate the available information, not blindly rely on what someone said, so it would be a recommendation to answer the following questions for themselves:

   ?  Have you familiarized yourself on the website of the state drug agency with the information available there about the specific vaccine, but best on the official website of the manufacturer, or do you rely on the phrases muttered by the vaccinator, that everything will probably be fine, or perhaps believe what "one aunt said"?

   ?  Are you completely healthy? (To form stable immunity, only completely healthy people without acute or chronic diseases can be vaccinated. People with autoimmune diseases, hypersensitivity reactions or allergic reactions to any of the components of the preparation, as well as people with immune deficiency diseases, are considered to be at increased risk).

   ?  Have analyses been carried out that prove the formation of immunity against a specific virus (usually this is an antibody test). If immunity has formed, vaccination is not recommended, because it is not purposeful and can even cause side effects. Remember to test antibodies dynamically (after a certain period of time), because, for example, after recovering from Covid-19, they only persist for a short time, hence the possibility of re-infection.

   ?  As is known, bacteria, viruses are everywhere, also in the human body, and if they have a nutrient base (weakened cells, waste), why should they not multiply?

   ?  Can vaccination take away the nutrient base from bacteria and viruses?

   ?  Virus mutation occurs constantly, much faster than vaccines are developed against them. Bacteria also adapt. Is there a high probability that developing vaccines will be able to predict all possible scenarios?

   ?  Immune cells, like other cells, need energy and nutrients to function normally. Can vaccines provide that?

   ?  Can vaccines increase the overall potential of the immune system?

   ?  The immune system reacts to any vaccine and spends its resources, which are limited. Unfortunately, virus mutation is continuous. It is possible to avoid a specific virus with the intended vaccine, but how will this affect the risk of getting sick with new variants of this virus, as well as with other diseases? Will the immune system have enough resources?

If the answers to these questions are obvious to you, making the right decision about vaccination will not be difficult.


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                                              Immunity and Allergy

Spring is commonly associated with warmth and the scent of flowers, but unfortunately, not for everyone. There are those for whom it brings to mind allergies to pollen and the exacerbation of chronic diseases. Why does this happen? What causes it? New medications for allergies are constantly being developed, but the causes remain. Perhaps closing windows and doors tightly until the flowering ends or heading north could be solutions. Yes, medications provide temporary relief, but not a solution to the problem.

Allergic reactions now affect one in four inhabitants of the planet and a third of all children. To understand how allergies work, it's necessary to comprehend how immunity functions, which ensures the maintenance of homeostasis and integrity within the organism.

Everything living is made up of 28 amino acids. This number can vary across different sources depending on the interpretation of what constitutes as amino acids. The same 28 amino acids make up microbes, fish, and green plants. Only the number, configuration, and sequence change when forming proteins. Each living being, in creating its proteins, has a unique combination of amino acids, similar to a key in a lock, which does not change throughout its lifetime.


What is immunity and how does it work?
The immune system is a structure of biological systems and mechanisms in the human body that protects it from toxic substances, fungi, viruses, bacteria, and cancerous cells, as well as other infections. Infections enter the body through the air, respiratory tract, food, and through damaged skin. The mucous membrane is the immune system's primary battleground against "uninvited strangers."

Immunity is formed by specific cells and tissues that destroy and remove all foreign products that enter the body through the air, water, food, or as a result of injuries, for example. The immune system only tolerates metabolic waste.

White blood cells, leukocytes, destroy viruses, fungi, and bacteria in various ways – by releasing specific enzymes, such as perforin or hydrogen peroxide, and free radicals. However, these harmful microorganisms do not give up easily; they can have a mucus or calcium shell. Only a strong immune system can destroy viruses.

Immunity can be nonspecific (general, for example, the skin's protective layer, stomach acid that protects the organism from many antigens) and specific (against a single specific antigen, for example, the hepatitis A virus). The immune response can be carried out by cells (cellular immunity) and antibodies (humoral immunity).

When an antigen, such as a virus or bacterium, enters the body, even incompletely digested dietary proteins that enter the bloodstream act as antigens. Specific antibodies are developed against these foreign proteins, which bind to them and perform various functions, such as making them more palatable to macrophages (cells that consume them).

Damaged cells are perceived as foreign by the immune system, which then develops antibodies against them. If antibodies are also directed against the body's own cells, they are called autoantibodies. This process can become avalanche-like and turn chronic or, as it progresses, become malignant.

Immunity is weakened by all inflammatory processes, for example, chronic bronchitis, sinusitis, colitis, hepatitis, etc. However, there are also various agents that target the immune system (immunomodulators). There are those that stimulate it to work more actively (immunostimulants), which are based on the stimulation of the hormonal system, and there are those that weaken immunity (immunosuppressants), which are used, for example, in oncological diseases, against leukemia, allergies, and in the treatment of acute inflammatory processes, such as myocarditis, rheumatoid arthritis.

The intestinal tract is the site of constant battle between symbiotic and pathogenic microflora, therefore, dietary choices can support one or the other microflora group. Supporting symbiotic microflora supports immunity. Symbiotic microflora can be supported with adequate nutrition, fiber, natural vitamin C, zinc, selenium, licorice root, monolaurin found in coconut oil, turmeric, iodine, vitamin D3, lemons, horseradish, garlic, broccoli, bee bread.


The amino acid combination is different for each living being
Although amino acids are the same for all living organisms, their combinations (proteins) vary for each organism. During organ transplantation, the recipient's body perceives it as an antigen. For this reason, patients who have undergone organ transplantation receive immunosuppressive (immunity-suppressing) therapy; otherwise, the immune system will destroy the organ.

In the case of identical twins from one egg, the DNA molecule is absolutely identical, in which case organ acceptance is possible, although over time, environmental factors can introduce some corrections and start the opposite process.

But what about the fetus in the womb? It has a different DNA molecule. It turns out that the immune system does not function in the womb, prevented by the immunoplacental barrier, otherwise the fetus would be expelled, endangering the mother's life. A child is born without immunity. Three hours after birth, the mother produces colostrum, with which the child receives the immunity program. Immunity is activated. With colostrum, proteins, or information on how to fight diseases the mother has overcome – the history of immunity, including vaccinations, are also transferred. If the child does not receive colostrum, then they develop their own immunity, but it is weaker.


Acute inflammation is a nonspecific tissue reaction to traumatic injury, necrosis (tissue damage), foreign bodies, and infection (bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites). If this protective reaction of the organism continues for a long time, acute inflammation transitions into a chronic form. Chronic inflammations and oxygen deficiency in tissues are the main factors in organism aging. Preventing chronic inflammations means delaying aging. Only by removing the cause can the consequences be prevented, and the sooner this is done, the longer a person lives.
Aged cells promote inflammatory processes
Over time, aged cells accumulate, promoting the inflammatory process, which is one of the main aging factors, as it destructively affects adjacent cells. As cells die, they release substances that activate immune cells. If dead cells are not fully and timely removed from the body, chronic inflammation foci form, promoting premature aging of cells throughout the body. Thus, the more aged cells, the faster the entire organism ages, and over time, problems with kidneys, joints, circulatory system, nervous system, autoimmune processes, etc., emerge.

Chronic inflammation promotes the development of oncological processes. Inflammatory processes suppress T-suppressor lymphocytes, which regulate the immune response, whose main function is to control the strength and duration of the immune response through the mediation of effector T-h (T helper) cells. If this process is not adequately controlled, allergic and autoimmune processes can develop. Inflammatory processes can be reduced by macrophages, promoting the production of cytokines, which prevent excessive immune system reactions.

Provoking factors that accelerate cell aging include products such as sugar and its containing products, animal-derived proteins, lectins. Obesity (especially visceral fats that accumulate on internal organs) also accelerates it. On the other hand, anti-inflammatory products include all kinds of greens (dill, celery, dandelion leaves, etc.), including those that grow in the wild, especially those with a bitter taste. Among oils, flaxseed and oregano oils are the best choices. Vegetables (in red, for example, radishes, beets, etc.) and berries (lingonberries, cranberries, etc.) containing quercetin (a powerful natural antioxidant) are effective.


What is an allergy?
It is not a disease, but a condition in which the body tries to get rid of what bothers it, what it could not remove in the usual way through the intestines or urine, tries to expel it through the skin or lungs.

An allergy is a natural signal about the possible pollution of the body. It means that as a result of a large toxic load, dead decaying products have accumulated in the body, these are dead cells that were not timely removed. Staying in the body in various places (maxillary sinuses, bronchi, lungs, liver, blood vessels, etc.) and decaying in conditions of oxygen deficiency, they turn into pus, which poisons the surrounding healthy cells. As a result, these healthy cells become overly sensitive to any external factor – cold, heat, pollen, honey, strawberries, etc. Do not try to suppress cleansing reactions such as sneezing, coughing, tearing with medications, which only temporarily soften the body's reaction. The benefit from them is similar to that of drugs. Nature, to protect a person from even greater dangers, makes them sneeze and cough. In this way, the respiratory tract is cleansed, so that over the years, the accumulated waste (dead and decayed cells that have entered the respiratory tract) does not become the cause of deadly diseases.


Mechanism of allergic reactions
Mucus is produced by the lymphatic system. The first to encounter foreigners are mast cells, which are tissue eosinophilic leukocytes located on the nasal mucosa. Mast cells contain an active substance such as histamine. When antibodies attach to the surface of mast cells, they become more sensitive and upon repeated encounter with allergens, interaction with antibodies occurs on the surface of mast cells. In response, mast cells release histamine. Histamine is what causes allergic symptoms – dilation of blood vessels, redness, itching, spasms in the bronchi, swelling, and possibly pain.

There are histamine receptors in the body, located in various parts of the body – in the smooth muscle of the bronchi and intestines, in the central nervous system, in the heart, on the endothelial cells of blood vessels, etc. Histamine acting on these receptors creates an allergic effect. To block its action and prevent the allergic symptoms caused by histamine, traditional medicine uses histamine receptor blockers, while eco-medicine performs overall body cleansing to eliminate the causes.


Allergic reactions
There are cases when the immune response becomes the cause of a serious disease, when it causes a dangerous allergic reaction to environmental factors, such as pollen, house dust, medications, including citrus fruits, honey, strawberries, which are essentially healthy products. In fact, these factors are not the cause of the reaction, they only provide an excuse. Physicians believe that these diseases are not completely curable; they can only be controlled with medications, diet, and other measures. Doctors who specialize in a particular field cannot cure the disease because the metabolic process throughout the body is disrupted in the disease process, so it is not possible to cure just one or a few parts of the body. This is exactly what doctors do. Such treatment inevitably leads to a general weakening of the immune system.


How is an allergy treated?
When a hyperergic allergic inflammatory process occurs – it is the irritation of the immune system with endogenous toxins, resulting in the synthesis of an excessively large amount of antibodies. Such an excessive number of cells fills the mucous membrane of the nasal cavity and bronchioles. A cellular chaos is created, causing an unpleasant sensation – tearing, sniffing, sneezing. Here comes pharmacology – with immunosuppressive drugs, anti-inflammatory drugs, antibiotics, and the excessive reaction of the immune system subsides. The problem seems to be solved. But is it? External irritants (pollen) and internal (pus accumulations in tissues) remain. If the immune system's resources are sufficiently large, this procedure must be continued systematically for years, but the result eventually comes – immune system disorders and collapse.

It is not possible to completely get rid of allergies if a person continues to consume animal-derived proteins (meat, fish, dairy products), potatoes (prepared in any way), and cereals, as these products produce a large amount of mucus. An important factor is not to overeat. Medications can only temporarily relieve symptoms, not causes.


Excessive immune system reaction + purulent inflammatory processes = oncology
For cancer cells, pus is like fertilizer for a garden.
Here are some examples of excessive immune system activity:
     chronic appendicitis – cancer of the appendix,

     purulent bronchitis – lung or stomach cancer,

     obstructive bronchitis – breast cancer,

     purulent paraproctitis – rectal cancer, etc.


Translated from Greek, leukocytes mean "white blood cells". Erythrocytes, platelets, and leukocytes are counted among the blood's formed elements, which make up almost half of the total blood volume. The task of leukocytes (phagocytes) is to cleanse the blood of microbial residues, dead cells, and harmful substances, to collect and digest them all. This process is called phagocytosis, when an antibody destroys an antigen and pus is formed.

Neutrophilic, basophilic, and eosinophilic leukocytes, monocytes (precursors of macrophages) are formed in the red bone marrow. Lymphocytes are formed in lymph nodes, the thymus, and the spleen.

Neutrophilic leukocytes move not only in the bloodstream; in the event of inflammation, they independently cross the blood vessel wall with the help of pseudopodia and can enter any human organ and then return to the bloodstream.

If a large number of microorganisms enter the body and immune cells cannot cope with them, an infectious disease begins. Various inflammatory foci appear, such as sinusitis, pneumonia, furunculosis. In such cases, antibiotics are usually prescribed for bacterial infections.

If the number of leukocytes increases sharply, it is called acute leukemia. The blood formation process is disrupted, and accumulations of blasts (immature leukocytes) are formed, which do not perform their function, and this is very dangerous.


Macrophages are formed from monocytes after they leave the bloodstream and mature. They are living cells that can eat and digest all foreign material using the enzymes present in large quantities in lysosomes. For example, if bacteria multiply in a wound, macrophages from the blood vessels go there, destroy them, and pus may form, which is mainly composed of proteins. These are dead bacteria, viruses, and leukocytes, various toxins. Since pus is biochemically active and contains various inflammation-promoting substances, it must be evacuated.


Monocytes are a type of leukocyte that fights infections and helps leukocytes get rid of damaged or dead tissues, as well as destroys malignant cells. Monocytes can differentiate (transform) into large immune cells, macrophages.


A child inherits immunity experience from the mother with colostrum
But what happens with the fetus in the womb? It turns out that the mother's immunity does not act on the fetus, prevented by the immunoplacental barrier. A child is born without immunity. Three hours after birth, the mother produces colostrum, with which the child receives maternal antibodies (passive immunity), which is like passing on the immunity experience about diseases overcome and also vaccinations.


Viruses are not living organisms; they are cell parasites that make the cell work for them and produce new viruses. Viruses are everywhere: in the air, on surfaces, in water. A virus cannot enter through the skin, only through mucous membranes, for example, respiratory tracts.

In the body, a virus is an antigen (foreign protein). A leukocyte produces a corresponding antibody. When the antibody approaches the antigen, a connection occurs, and an antigen-antibody complex is formed, which becomes more palatable to macrophages.

To prevent the organism from recognizing and finding them, antigens (viruses, bacteria) continuously change the proteins of their outer shell membrane, because if an antibody attaches to them, these antigens can no longer disappear, they are dominated by the antibody. These connections are called CIC (circulating immune complexes). The amount of CIC in the blood is an indicator of the development of inflammatory processes, as well as showing the activity of autoimmune processes. Lymphocytes see these CICs and send a signal to macrophages to destroy them. Macrophages engulf them and process them for excretion.

Viruses cannot be directly destroyed with natural remedies, such as tea tree oil, garlic, propolis, etc., but they contain substances that neutralize the virus's defense against the immune system, thereby helping the immune system to overcome viruses.


Do viruses help recover?
Each person has an individual immune system potential to get rid of accumulated antigens. Everything that is not processed is subject to decay, it is processed with proteolytic bacteria, and if not excreted, these inflammatory (decay) foci spread throughout the body, gradually encapsulating, that is, covering with a fibrous sheath (cysts, fibromas, myomas, etc.). To initiate the cleansing process, nature has intended viruses as one of the tools.

A virus is a foreign ribonucleic acid (RNA) molecule that can replicate and creates a strong immune response. Preconditions for a virus to start reproducing are the accumulation of toxins and slag in the body, as well as some of the promoting factors, such as stress, cooling, lack of sleep, snacking on unhealthy products, etc., or it is the appearance of unfamiliar sticky viruses.

The very fact that a person can catch a cold indicates that the immune system is working, but if the illness process is very acute, it means that the immunity is strong. Enlargement of lymph nodes, as well as possible diarrhea, indicates that the immune system is functioning. The spleen and thymus, or thymus gland, are activated. A huge amount of immunomodulators is produced throughout the body: reaferon, interferon, interleukin, etc.

As the temperature rises, tissue lytic enzymes that fight infection are rapidly activated. At the same time, the activity of digestive enzymes decreases, and the person does not want to eat. The stronger and better the immune system works, the more opportunities it has to provide protective reactions, as well as the more acute the illness and the faster the recovery.

Factors influencing the immune reaction:
    consumption of food unsuitable for the person,


     individual body pollution with slag and toxins,

    a factor that can no longer be changed – weakening of immunity in childhood with vaccines and medications.

It must be said, however, that natural recovery without medications is not a pleasant process, because thanks to the involvement of viruses, the accumulated capsules of slag and toxins are unpacked, resulting in a large amount of toxins entering the bloodstream, causing headaches, high temperature, nausea, weakness, etc. Moreover, the temperature can be high and the process can also be prolonged, but if a person recovers in this way with natural remedies, they feel a great uplift and a huge influx of energy, but the risk of getting sick again is negligible.


What is an autoimmune disease?
An autoimmune disease is a pathological process during which immunity turns against the body's own cells. Both oncological and autoimmune diseases have the same cause and mechanism – cells start doing what they are not supposed to do. An autoimmune disease could be said to be an inflammatory reaction without the presence of infection, that is, an erroneous attack by the immune system on its own body's cells.

The cause of all autoimmune processes is animal-derived foreign proteins in the diet and the treatment of inflammatory processes with medications, as they cause cell destruction, turning them into antigens, as a result, the body destroys its own cells, or an autoimmune process begins. Before the process becomes autoimmune, initially it is immune. This means that there is a disturbance in the immune reaction in the body, which arises as a response to a disease-causing agent (viruses, microbes, polluted air, diet). If the immune system's reaction is insufficient, immunodeficiency diseases will develop, but if excessive, it will promote inflammatory processes, allergies, benign and malignant tumors, thyroiditis, etc.

Hard-to-digest animal-derived protein molecules, which up to 30-40% are not completely broken down, enter the bloodstream. The immune system is overloaded, and at one point, an immune system error occurs - the body no longer recognizes toxin-damaged cells as its own and produces antibodies against them. In traditional medicine, autoimmune processes are treated with immunosuppressive drugs (immunosuppressants), or, for example, in the case of rheumatoid arthritis, chemotherapy is prescribed, similar to oncology.

Here are some popular modern autoimmune diseases.
     If the insulin-synthesizing cell clusters in the pancreas (Langerhans islets) are affected, it leads to type 1 diabetes.

     If the myelin sheath protecting nerve fibers from impulse transmission disturbances is damaged – it is multiple sclerosis.

     Diffuse inflammation of the kidney glomeruli – glomerulonephritis can turn into an autoimmune process.

     If the immune system causes an inflammatory process in the joints - rheumatoid arthritis. Polyarthritis is also an autoimmune process.

     In the thyroid gland - Hashimoto's thyroiditis.

     Disturbed skin pigmentation - the skin disease vitiligo.

     Severe multisystem autoimmune disease – systemic lupus erythematosus.

     Systemic autoimmune disease that affects exocrine glands: salivary, tear, sweat, vaginal, and others - Sjögren's syndrome.

     Autoimmune neuromuscular disease characterized by pathologically rapid fatigue of striated muscles - myasthenia gravis.

     Autoimmune reaction when inflammation localizes in the small blood vessels of the skin and muscles, accompanied by muscle pain and weakness – dermatomyositis (polymyositis).

     Disorders in the adrenal glands' function, resulting in a lack of aldosterone and cortisol production – Addison's disease.

     Severe connective tissue disease resulting in tissue hardening and thickening - systemic scleroderma.

     Chronic autoimmune inflammatory disease affecting the bile ducts and promoting the development of cholestasis - primary biliary cirrhosis of the liver.


How is the immune system born and what destroys it?
Nature has left a mechanism by which unprocessed proteins can enter the blood. Just born, the baby receives the entire future immune system with the mother's milk, which is essentially blood. These are immunoglobulins, albumins, and other specific proteins. The main biological essence is that these proteins must pass through the stomach unchanged and enter the bloodstream. If these proteins intended for the immune system are damaged, the child will not receive the immunity program. This is important because by receiving it, the child's hormonal system is rearranged, many enzymes, hormones are produced, and the immune system is regulated. Therefore, nature has left a "loophole" for food that is not specific and suitable for humans as a separate species. In this way, undigested proteins can enter the human body.

The main protein in milk, casein, is essentially a "tricky" protein because it resembles human proteins, making it difficult to detect. However, once it enters the bloodstream, it is still perceived as an antigen that the body must destroy. It is impossible to break it down because it has a different splitting system. Moreover, casein is different for each animal type, as is the enzyme rennin, which splits it. Therefore, if it is the milk of another species, large molecular proteins, not completely broken down from the duodenum and small intestine, can partially be absorbed into the blood, where the immune system perceives them as antigens and spends its resources to destroy them.


Absolutely hopeless pharmaceutical medicine
If respiratory tract inflammatory diseases were treated with antibiotics in childhood or if a strong immune system overcame them on its own, cleansing was not performed, and all this accumulates, accumulates... Until reaching a certain age, if the immune system is strong enough, it is the beginning of an oncological process, because in this way, the body tries to protect itself from toxins. Conversely, if purulent processes in the body continue and the immune system is weak, it means it is unable to produce antibodies against these processes – immunodeficiency syndrome. And in this situation, there will be no oncology. Instead, weakened immunity cells allow the entry of the immunodeficiency virus, which is nonspecific and can manifest in the flu virus, herpes virus, Epstein-Barr virus or infectious mononucleosis, and many other familiar viruses to us. As a result, immune cells, lymphocytes, are damaged. It is not possible to protect against viruses, they are everywhere, but it is possible to maintain a strong immune system. If viruses are not destroyed, they continue to multiply, destroying leukocytes, and in this way, further weakening the immune system. Therefore, other than destroying viruses, it cannot be cured. However, viruses resist or mutate. Chemical drugs are used, viruses seem to break down, but in their place, completely different ones are formed, and against them, other and even stronger chemical agents are needed. It becomes a race – we use increasingly powerful weapons, but viruses change and adapt. The outcome - absolutely hopeless pharmaceutical medicine.


Parents, protect your child's immune system!
Do not give children temperature-lowering drugs unless it has reached a life-threatening situation. Do not give solid food, but urgently give plenty of fluids, clean the intestinal tract, as described in the "cleansing" section. In this way, you will cure, not just treat the disease. By cleansing the body of accumulated toxins, which are the actual cause of the disease, you will strengthen the immune system. Remember, diseases are not caused by colds or flu viruses, but by internal intoxication, toxins, which, as a result of colds or virus activity, came out of tissues and entered the blood. The sooner you get rid of them, the sooner you will recover.

But the ideal option is – to take care of the child's immune system before the child is even born. The immune system is not yet formed in the fetus, but the strong placental barrier, which forms in the mother's body for the protection of the fetus, has suffered greatly in today's era of chemicalization and is unable to protect the fetus from allergic factors that enter with the blood.

If the mother does not want her child to face autoimmune diseases in life, starting with diabetes, thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, disseminated sclerosis, erosive gastritis, and similar diseases, she should eliminate animal-derived proteins from her diet. Every disease has a specific reason. We look for reasons in heredity, that is, in chromosomes, blame microbes and viruses, but the real cause of various diseases is our diet. Actually, microbes, pollen are our "friends" that cause the cleansing process and prevent reaching something much more unpleasant, including oncological processes.