The presence of microbial toxins in the body is a matter over which people are not thinking too much. Yet it is the most basic. Why is it overlooked? The organism better tolerates physical toxins (poisons from the air, heavy metals, etc.). Microbial toxin does have physical origins, but nobody pays attention to it. The problem of the traditional medicine lies in the fact that it focuses only on acute microbial infections against which antibiotics are sent into battle. They usually defeat infections but do not guarantee that microbial toxins disappear completely. Hundreds of microbes can be found in the organism. Some of them cause acute infection others live with the organism in a special symbiosis. Some are silent pests.
Microbial deposits can be made of complete microorganisms, or more often only by fragments of DNA. As Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier pointed out the emergence of microbial deposits is the result of "collective intelligence" of microorganisms. Microbial deposits pave the way for the invasion of other microorganisms. They undermine the homeostasis, as well as local and systemic immunities.
- Microbial toxins are released into the body from microbial deposits. They can settle in any tissue.
- Removing these toxins is extremely difficult, because the body paradoxically prevents their destruction. Our emotions are, to the highest degree, responsible for the fact that microbial toxins are held so firmly in the body.
- First must be destroyed the source of microbial toxin, an infectious deposit, in order to remove the toxin.