How to Be Immune to the Swine Flu Virus and 50 other diseases
As increasing numbers of swine flu cases have emerged around the world, and a “public health emergency of international concern” has been declared by the World Health Organization, fears of a global swine flu epidemic grow worldwide.
Madison Cavanaugh, author of “The One-Minute Cure: The Secret to Healing Virtually All Diseases” has a message of hope, however. She insists that the fear is incorrectly placed on the swine influenza virus itself. “Microbes, germs, harmful bacteria and viruses, such as the swine influenza virus, do not cause disease in and of themselves,” Cavanaugh states. “They do seek their natural habitat — such as an oxygen-deficient body — rather than being the CAUSE of the disease.
It’s no different from the way mosquitoes seek out stagnant water, but do not cause the pool to become stagnant.” Cavanaugh’s assertion is consistent with the findings of Dr. Rudolf Virchow (1821 – 1902), also called the “Father of Pathology.” It is also supported by Louis Pasteur, the notable 19th century French chemist and microbiologist best known for his remarkable breakthroughs in the causes and prevention of disease, who recanted his germ theory of disease at his deathbed, stating, “The microbe is nothing. The terrain is everything.” The terrain of which Pasteur spoke refers to an oxygenated environment in the human body, which makes for a strong immune system.
A weakened or suppressed state of the immune system only occurs when the human body lacks oxygen, there by allowing viruses, such as the swine influenza virus, to breed. It therefore stands to reason that the swine flu virus does not CAUSE disease, but rather seeks out an environment where it can thrive best — and that is in oxygen-deprived bodies. “A sufficiently oxygenated body is uninhabitable by disease,” Cavanaugh states, and viruses can neither survive nor thrive in it.
Therefore, the best defence against microbes, germs, harmful bacteria and viruses, such as the swine flu virus, is to keep the body oxygenated.” Cavanaugh’s book, “The one-Minute Cure,” discusses the therapeutic use of the only natural substance which stimulates the movement of oxygen atoms from the bloodstream to the cells to a dramatically greater degree than is usually reached by other means.
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