Parasitic Biofilms & "Auto-Immune" Diseases

Arthritis, like all other biofilm-related diseases, is caused by a parasitic biofilm that grows throughout the body wherever it can find an opening wide enough for a cell to grow through. The immune system will attack the intruder wherever it finds it, and, because the film is invisible to medical diagnosis, it appear that the immune system is attacking its own body.


The body's immune system does not attack itself, however. That it appears to do so indicates that there is something there that is "not-self", whether or not it is visible or acknowledged by western medicine. It is called "auto-immune" because allopathic medicine believes it is the immune system attacking itself, but it is not.

There are many so-called auto-immune diseases. The most common or well known one is arthritis. Some others are fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, Lyme disease, celiac and myesthenia gravis. Probably there are many of others, including many of the exotic-sounding diseases that didn't exist a hundred years ago.

Parasitic biofilms get established in the body when it is overly acidic, and the digestive system is unable to see off or digest the intruder due to insufficient enzymes. Our digestive enzymes do double duty. When they are not digesting our food, they join the immune system to patrol the body and digest any invaders that the other parts of the immune system cannot deal with. It is the job of the digestive enzymes to digest these parasites. The "auto-immune" response is the immune system doing its job -- attacking foreign invaders. The "auto-immune" disease is the failure of the immune system to eliminate the foreign invader.


Because the immune system cannot fully eliminate these foreign microbes, they are able to form transparent films that are invisible to current microscope technology. These biofilms, as they are called, provide the foreign microbes with a home that acts as a protective shield for them, allowing them to form colonies. Depending on the location and nature of the colony, the main symptoms of the particular "auto-immune" disease can be caused by the battle between the foreign microbes and the body's immune system, or it can be caused by the physical presence of another living organism pressing against or blocking particular organs or pathways in the body or, as in the case of chronic fatigue, the strain of carrying around a parasite that is draining the body's resources and energy for itself.

When there are other deficiency disease factors present, the presence of a parasite can make them worse.

Understanding parasitic biofilms:
New discoveries, Bacteria Organize Into Biofilms, Biofilms and chronic infections, Introduction to Biofilm
Ways To Combat An Internal Biofilm

Externally
Put heat on them
The main problem with internal biofilms is that it is difficult to get to them and the secondary problem is that, as they are living organisms, they will resist any attempt to move or eradicate them. If  you know where the biofilm is, such as in the case of arthritis, you can use heat to hinder them. The human body can withstand higher temperatures than bacteria or their biofilm colonies, so try to put heat on or near the area the biofilm. Some ways to generate heat on the body:
Use a mustard plaster
Make a hot wax dip, preferably with a wax that has a low melting point. You can use paraffin wax, but it has a high melting point and the difference between melting and scalding your hand is very slight. If  you use regular candle wax, try mixing it with lard which has  a low melting point. Test it before putting your entire hand in it, and keep a bowl of water nearby to use in case it turns out to be hotter than you had anticipated.
Apply heating pads, hot packs and hot water bottles to the affected area.
Wear gloves all the time if arthritis is in hands, even during sleep and in the summer. Keep affected area as warm as possible as much as possible.

Draw out toxins
Make a mud pack with french green clay (hot water and clay mixed to a paste). Put over affected areas, cover with a cloth and allow to stay until it has fully dried and falling off on its own.

Jala neti

This is saline nasal irrigation. It gets rid of invasive fungus in the sinuses. That may sound way out for arthritis in the hands, but bacterial colonies can grow at a thickness of a single cell, and can insinuate themselves any place there is an opportunity or unguarded niche. So, it is not out of the realm of the possible that the arthritis in your hand is in some way connected to an organism in your head. This will not be a quick cure, however, like cutting off the root of a plant, for example. If you do have sinus blockage, clearing it out will make room for outlying fungal growths to move in, and then you have to repeat the nasal irrigation. But it does reduce them, and that is a good thing. Again, you will have to be your own physician to decide if this will help you, but, if you have any kind of breathing blockage problem, jala neti will be a good thing and improving your overall health will help any other area of your health, even if they are not directly related.

Copper bracelet

Copper kills bacteria, so in this instance it funtions as an antibiotic. Can't hurt.

DMSO, MSM, glucosamine, chondoitrin

I don't know why these work, but enough anecdotal evidence exists that they do. Possibly the dmso is a fungicide (the bacteria colony would be considered a fungus, especially if there is some yeast organims in the colony.)

Rub animal fat such as lard or suet onto skin
in areas where discomfort is felt, such as hands or arms in the case of arthritis or chilblains ("Reynaud's Syndrome"). 

Internally
There are some things that can be taken internally to help the body fight off internal microbes.

Digestive aid supplements
Take digestive supplements, lots, do your own trial and error as to what works best for you. Things like bromelain, papain or a multi-enzyme. (Bromelain can also be obtained from pineapple and papain from papaya.) Go hungry for at least 6 hours (no snack after supper/9pm, skip breakfast except for tea and digestive aid supplements.) When you are hungry is when your digestive enzymes can leave your digestive system and work on the rest of you.

Make foods that create digestive aids such as sauerkraut, yogurt/sour cream, real ale, kombucha, kvass.

Drink lots of water
If there's anything you want to wash out of  your body, giving it enough water is always helpful.

Diet
Many people say that a diagnosed "auto-immune" disease improves when they stop eating wheat and milk products. Try it and if you feel it helps you, keep doing it. I assume you already have eliminated artificial and processed foods from  your diet and are eating only  natural, organic and/or nourishing, real foods as much as possible.

Fasting
Give your digestive system a rest by stopping eating for a time so that your body can put its energy into combatting parasites ,which also deprives the parasite of the food it needs for energy and growth.

Minerals
Such as dolomite, clay or earth. If all the nooks and crannies are filled with rocks, it will be that much less space suitable for invasive mold or fungus. See
minerals for ways to make your own mineral supplements and other ways to get naturally sourced minerals. Take several ounces of mixed minerals with an acid source such as vinegar-water or kombucha each day to help make the minerals more bio-available to your body. (If you read any alternative health sites that say to "alkalyze your body", they mean the same thing as I do when I say "take lots of minerals". I just like the simpler way of putting it.).

Detox spices that act as repellants to the biofilm.
Garlic   Wormwood (in tea)   Cloves   Turmeric   Ginger  Yarrow
You can add these to food, make them into a tea or decoction or pack them into gelatin capsules, whichever is most convenient for you.

Fish Oil
People say this helps decrease the symptoms of arthritis, but science doesn't know why. It could be it contains fat digesting enzymes, or it could be that it helps make the body slippery at the same time as it enhances the immune system.

Folk cure
Apple cider vinegar mixed with tart cherry juice is said to help with arthritis.

Antibiotics
Antibiotics will kill bacteria and stop the colony from spreading. Although antibiotics cannot kill bacteria while they are safely inside the matrix, any that venture outside the protective shield are vulnerable to antibiotics.

Some natural antibiotics that you can take are: garlic, echinacea, colloid silver, iodine, magnesium chloride, old man's beard (a type of lichen), burdock flowers, goldenseal, coconut oil and oil of oregano.

In many countries, antibiotics can be bought cheaply over the counter. In the U.S., you can buy non-prescription veterinary antibiotics. (UK). If you are able to obtain and take antibiotics, take several different types one time, and then take probiotics 12 hours later to restore microbial balance. Do not take a single type of antiobiotic for a long perioid of time as this will induce an imbalance.

Pro-biotics
Helps enhance your body's good bacteria, which in turn can help drive out the bad bacteria. Probiotics can be cultured milk and cream, lacto-fermented vegetables and pickles, beverages like kefir, kombucha or E.M.,  or food supplements that contain
soil-based organisms (UK). If you are also taking antibiotics, I would recommend taking antibiotics at night and pro-biotics in the morning and during the day. (Soil-based organisms are very expensive for what are, basically, germs in the soil, and you would be well-advised to consider harvesting them from the earth directly yourself.)

TCM
Traditional Chinese medicine considers arthritis as a "cold damp" condition and recommends warming foods, foods cooked with cayenne powder, no iced or cold drinks. Drink hot tea with ginger and cinnamon.

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Disclaimer: The information on this site is provided for informational purposes only and if followed is done so solely on the initiative of the reader.)

Be Your Own Doctor
Paracelsus said that there is both cure and poison in every plant, the difference is in the dose. To use alternative and herbal remedies, you have to be your own physician-detective, and find what is good for you. Try things that other people have recommended. Start out with small doses to be sure you do not have any negative reaction to it, and then work up to larger doses. Use a diary to keep track of what you have taken and how you have felt afterwards



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