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Friday, May 19, 2017

The Throwback Collection of Morgellons Specimens - Cellulose Mentioned

The Throwback Collection of Morgellons Specimens
https://web.archive.org/web/20140326235806/http://www.morgellonsexposed.com/Throwback.htm

Different snippet from the article about Cellulose contamination:

Just like Candida which has cellulose as a component the oomycota has cell walls of cellulose.  The human body has no way to rid itself of cellulose.  Feeding the body carbohydrates which will ultimately become sugar overgrowth due to lack of good bacteria in the gut, seems support this cellulose growth.  To lessen the cellulose growth, carbohydrates are best kept to a minimum.

During the time I worked with Mary she was able to get some of my Morgellons samples into a lab at the University of Pittsburgh.  They underwent testing using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy. They were found to be hollow, auto fluorescent and to contain cellulose but no chitin.  From my earlier study of mycology I knew that the absence chitin ruled out any fungus since all fungus contains chitin

The whiplash flagella has a shape similar to a worm-like structure I often find which I call the motile strand. The composition of oomycota is cellulose and glucans which store mycolaminarin and is a form of sugar.  If glucans and cellulose are added to the human body could the results of this addition = excess sugars and carbohydrates = diabetes?

The need for probiotics and Diflucan or cellulose eating products that contain cellulase and hemicellulase like Candex or NSI Candida yeast Management Capsules becomes necessary.  These types of products may be helpful for overgrowth of cellulose combined with the lack of beneficial  bacterial flora in the body.

This lack of beneficial bacterial flora would be further evidence of the dictyostelium feeding on the beneficial bacteria in the body.  There is anecdotal evidence that that if sugars and carbohydrate consumption are lessened it may help to lessen the negative impact of lesions and symptoms.  The pathogen that I believe many have is a mixture of oomycota and the dictyostelium.  Just like Candida which has cellulose as a component the oomycota has cell walls of cellulose.  The human body has no way to rid itself of cellulose.  Feeding the body carbohydrates which will ultimately become sugar overgrowth due to lack of good bacteria in the gut, seems support this cellulose growth. To lessen the cellulose growth, carbohydrates are best kept to a minimum.

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The Arthur Andrew Medical proteolytic systemic enzymes (Serratia / Neprinol AFD) eats up the biofilms and their pro-biotics/pre-biotics (Syntol AMD) has the cellulase enzyme in them. People get the two words cellulose and cellulase confused, but anything that ends in "ase" means enzymes (protease, serrapeptase, nattokinase, etc...).  It's just a matter of knowing what things mean.

Arthur Andrew Medical Inc. - Syntol AMD
http://amzn.to/2pV15it

What's weird is that they encapsulate all of their enzymes in cellulose containing veggie capsules, which are also polymerized and nanotech. Polymers are also part of the Morgellon's puzzle. Also nanotech. See my other posts.

Only the capsule has cellulose.  The mix itself is fine.  When you see the word cellulose and then afterwards in parenthesis about "capsules", etc..., then you know it's part of the capsule only. If nothing is listed in parenthesis after the word cellulose, then it's part of the mix and is no good.

And as said before THIS is why we re-encapsulate the mixes into bovine gelatin capsules to lessen the risk of contamination.

We get the gelatin capsules from BulkSupplements:  http://amzn.to/2q2ZqDz

Yeah, okay, so I'm a real asshole and anal about this. Because there is no playing around when it comes to this and our health. Some of these companies ARE out to get us.


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