What is the Mycoalkonics solution to this fungus threat?

The current popular perspective from the so-called journals of institutionalized medical science on chronic diseases is that these diseases are diversified and there are various causes and some of these causes are, but not limited to bad habits, stress, carcinogens, inherited gene factors, unsuitable foods and food-related factors, radiation (Solar, radioactive, electromagnetic) and 'unknowns'.  As long as mainstream medical science refuses to think out of the box, there is no target to hit and it is almost always like adding another new found cause to a long list of supposed causes.

Mycoalkonics conjecture that the symptoms of chronic diseases when explained using the threat of Candida fungus as well as other human host fungi have some sensibility, and what's more interesting and amazing is that the solutions to fight fungus actually remove the symptoms of the chronic diseases.  Here are some examples:

  • Diabetes: The symptoms of diabetes have the indications of fungus metabolism of blood-sugars. The ever hungry and thirsty behavior of diabetics clearly show one of the features of fungus in that they are extreme feeders of sugars because their efficiency in deriving biological energy from sugars is less than 1/20th that of human cells. The waste products of fungus metabolism (sort of like a fermentation process) produces ethanol and lactic acid which will inadvertently cause acidity in blood pH.  Heavy sugar metabolism and acidity in blood pH will of course manifest the features similar to when the body is undergoing heavy exercise: Thus, is it any wonder that the outward symptoms of diabetics is similar to a person who has undergone some form of physical exercise, say a 5 km run: Tiredness, short of breath, weakness in limbs, headiness, hunger, thirst, and perspiration.

  • Whereas a person undergoing physical exercise can recuperate from the symptoms of post-exercise, a diabetic cannot, and will remain like he/she is caught in an incessant physical exercise (though in actual fact he/she is just sitting down and resting), with bouts of slightly less strenous activity, but no doubt continuously in a faked state of exercise.  Just as regular exercise can slim down some individuals, a diabetes sufferer may actually slim down eventhough he/she does not undergo serious physical exercises and furthermore having a good appetite, notwithstanding a extreme appetite for carbs and sugars.

    We have tried alkalization protocols for diabetics with amazing success. The symptoms of 'faked exercising' in a diabetic will gradually go away with alkalization protocols in the standard methods of dealing with Candidiasis. With this comes a normalization of blood sugar without the use of artificial insulin. Thus, a Beneficent Suspicion that diabetes has at is core a pathogenic and toxigenic fungus leads to success in conquering the chronic diseases.

  • Diabetic necrosis: Long-term sufferers of diabetics often face the danger of some neuropathic disorders or peripheral vascular diseases (PVD). One example of a PVD is the swelling to one leg or to both legs up to even the pedal. The swelled leg may in time develop some skin trauma which will initially spew eructations and without proper dressing/debridement will quicky turn necrotic and the abscesses usually turning blackish.  

  • The fact is this: Normal injuries to skin for non-diabetics do not exhibit blackened necrotic abscesses. The rapidly deteriorating epidermal trauma are definitely NOT cellulitis or skin disease, but highly suspect to be the effects of fungus toxins (mycotoxins). Fungus toxins are suspected to be as destructive as toxins from poisonous snakes, spiders, scorpions. and centipedes.  The external signs of both types of toxic effects are strangely similar.

    Our experiences in using freshly blended chlorophyll of selected phyto-greens applied directly and bandaged on the wounds, have shown that the eructations can be stopped, the deterioration arrested and the necrosis prevented completely.  This protocol was persistently carried out daily without break until the wounds were completely healed. Just as wounds from poisonous bites of creepy crawlies show some discoloration to the skin even after recovery, the wounds of diabetic-necrosis have a certain discoloration too after recovery.  

    Again, a Beneficient Suspicion that diabetic-necrosis is due to fungus produce amazing results when the treatment protocol is based on anti-fungals using phyto-greens. Do note that during the treatment period, no artificial antibiotics, wound cleaning agents, such as iodine, acriflavine, hydrogen peroxide, permanganate solutions were used. The only other agent other than the phyto-greens that was used is virgin coconut oil, a very powerful anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral.

    Our experiential knowledge together with analysis of independent research on diabetic necrosis gave us the impression that mainstream institutionalized treatment of diabetic gangrenes can be given a revolution to save more limbs and lives.  We also found that the Candida fungus can synergistically 'work together' with some pathogenic bacteria such as Chlamydia to produce toxins that can drastically defeat the body internal defense.  Furthermore, it is already found out by scientific researchers that certain man-made drugs, or even natural occuring viruses can actually directly or indirectly cause a Candida fungi to change its morphological form due to the fact that the Candida microbe natural fights back to safeguard its own survival.

    A stealth form of Candida-based sub-species of non-rigid cell-wall pathogens (whose size is about less than 0.5 micron) could be the effective combatants which defeat the body internal defense as these mutated forms may not be easily recognizable by the body internal defense.

    We are seeing the propensity of fungus to entrench itself in the human host by adopting different modes of forms depending on circumstances.  Fungus can become saprophytic, parasitic, colonistic, survivalistic or even shape-shifters (chameleon-like) in response to situations.