I treated Morgellons as a Bacterial infection with Success Jan 5, 2014 13:14:20 GMT -5
Post by kritters on Jan 5, 2014 13:14:20 GMT -5
From my research and experiments is most likely due to agriculture in those states. Due to copper chelating insecticides making one vulnerable to prion issues. This link and other pages on the leftside gives good information on copper chelating insecticides making one vulnerable to prion issues. www.markpurdey.com/articles_educatingrida_7.htm
Prions are highly connected ALS, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, CJD/mad cow and with morgellons filaments (my opinon). Can even heal morgellons non healing wounds by using methods designed for inhibiting prions in my experience and it appears inhibit the growth of morgellons fibers based on number of samples collected inside living areas of house by inhibiting prions directly or using most powerful methods for inhibiting viruses
I think what you posted to me sunk in subliminally. I have big time brain fog oftentimes, so I apologize for not being able to focus on one thing or another and then coming back to it.
As I just said to Don, I think the proteins are key in most diseases. As you say. The heavy metals are also key, it's obvious to even a lay person like myself who does a lot of reading.
Sky, Don, Jdp~~~
Our body chemistry is being 'messed' with so destructively, I can't imagine anyone coming up with a definitive, particular, general solution. Don seems to know his stuff and Sky knows her stuff. You obviously know your stuff.
In my way of thinking, there has got to be a chemical solution to all of this in order to render it powerless in our bodies. The common denominators have to be found out. Pesticides, insecticides, man-made polymers etc. Sky and Lil Sis know about, resulting mutations in proteins, whatever. They are all involved.
If the four of you could put your genius heads together, I think there is a fighting chance. And Kammy, wherever she is.
I know I shouldn't even be taking up anyone's time posting my thoughts here, but I really do appreciate the tolerance of it by everyone here. I can't seem to be able to help myself, though.