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Environmental Toxins, Diseases & Tribiotics As Sustainable Solution

This is a short summary of the three papers that I wrote in the past. Every paper has a central theme in it, it starts with the roles of synthetics in creating diseases starting from our food chain, in our body, then how the damage can potential be reversed through a totally natural technology.

Synthetics does these to living things, be it human, plants, or animals:

  1. At the DNA level it distorts the information to the point that its expression changes, hence a DNA mutation.

  2. At the microbe level, it kills the productive (good) microbes and activates the production of toxins from few, previously dormant, microbes.

  3. At the organ level, it confuses the barometers for enzyme, anti-body, and hormone producing machines which makes it is very hard to achieve homeostasis, i.e. the equilibrium when the body is able to function well to combat environmental stress, regenerate, and nourish from food.

Any living beings, including microbes themselves, plants, animals, and human, will not be able to function properly in toxin-loaded state. Its senses (first barometers of reality) are almost always amiss, sound judgement is not present, thus a good decision making is definitely beyond reach. When these happen after a period of time, the very purpose of its existence can certainly not be fulfilled.

What is then the solution?

Because the problem is so systematic, the solution should have the following characteristics:


The solution is required to come from outside as no internal factors can make the body with such damage can be self-repair. 

2. Living beings

Only good living being(s), i.e.: good microbes – not another synthetics entities – can communicate well and hence repair another living being. In order for microbes to be effective as helpers, they should come from an environment that is ideal for a democratic population of microbes to live. These helping microbes introduced to the ailing body or environment should also have the following characteristics:

3. Self-sufficient yet inter-dependent

Even though they are good, the solution should also be fed by food that are natural to them, i.e.: food that can sustain their shelf-life and the time when they are working on the repairmen. However, being self-sufficient does not mean they are fully independent because through the interactions within a new host, they also will be influenced by their environment to the point that their presence will co-dependent with their surroundings.

4. Balanced

During its shelf-life, the solution mixture should also be able to self-manage its population of microbes naturally and effectively. And since one of the important roles of the solution given is to tame the infectious microbes, the solution should have the ability to deactivate these bad microbes’ ability to produce toxin.

5. Non-addictive

The idea of the proposed solution is to jump-start the healing process without the needs to keep re-introduce it. This can only be achieved when the client’s body starts to embrace good healthy habits including clean food, air and water. These new and better inputs are then will be the new source of nutrition for the initial microbes to further its function to repair the DNA, cells, hence the organs. The clean food here means it still has a lot of good life in it, meaning it has its own sets of good microbes that together with the microbes from the solution, can help to digest the macro-nutrients into micro-nutrients that can be fed to the organs. 

As almost 100 previous cases have been solved through this solution, it is hoped that a sustainable and of course, more responsible, human and environmental health can be achieved.

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