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Moscow Medical Chamber Non-Profit Partnership under the Moscow Government,

Professional Association of Naturotherapists

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Why do diseases of the cardiovascular system become “incurably” chronicle? In classical medicine, it is believed that it is only some types of helminthes that may cause vessel and heart disorders. They include filaria, schistosome, dirofilaria – helminthes invading lymphatic and blood vessels, and echinococcus that can parasitize in the heart. And helminthes which are the most typical and widely spread among the population – Ascaris, whipworm, hookworm – are excluded from this list. This is wrong. It is true that the ova of, for example, Ascaris, first get into the intestinal tract. But almost immediately, newly hatched helminthes stream into blood vessels and move with the blood flow into the liver. Having invaded the liver, they continue through the blood vessels right into the hearth, then into the lungs, then into the bronchus, and, through the trachea, reach the pharynx and the mouth cavity. Part of larvae are spit out, but most helminthes are swallowed with the saliva, get into the stomach, then the intestinal tract, where they grow into mature ascarides, mate, and start producing ova. The cycle ending with new larvae birth can be repeated again and again for years. Every three months (approximately within this period, the larvae mature and acquire the ability to mate and release ova into the intestinal tract), swarms of voracious alien microorganisms enter the blood. Helminthes gnaw through the vessel walls leaving bleeding sores and then – scars. One Ascaris couple is capable of laying 50 thousand ova, and if each second helminth leaves a scar, just imagine what happens to the vessels. Wall scarring results in narrowing of the vessel opening – stenosis. If helminthes can get into any part of the body, angiostenosis can develop in any place – intestinal tract, trachea, esophagus, spinal canal. Parasites congestion in a vessel can also result in its opening reduction, and even complete blockade. The blood flow is disrupted, and, as a consequence, the relevant part of the organism receives less nutrition. You can see an example of malperfusion on your legs, when the skin turns blue, gets inflamed and covered with injuries and sores. Parasite toxic secretion causes changes in the blood clotting ability, vasculitis, vascular permeability increase, blood is egested thorough the injuries (what is manifested by vascular “spider” patterns appearing on the skin). When a hemorrhage takes place in the vessels of the brain or the heart, it means already an insultus or infarction.

So, how to prevent this adversity, if medical science does not always know the cause, but deals with the effect? There is only one way out – to prevent situations involving a deficit of microelements, clean oneself of parasites, intoxication, and replenish microelements. As practice shows, use of an antiparasitic sanative program results in improvement of the state of health of people with both high and low arterial tension, vegetative vascular dystonia. Why does invermination remain unnoticed? An acute stage can develop in a few months (Ascaris), in a year (schistosome), and even in 6 years (filaria), and in case of echinococcus – in as much as 25 years. Everything starts from skin rash, fever, conjunctivitis, pneumonia, liquid stool, in children – angina with lymph node swelling (lymophadenopathy). Is there anyone who has never experienced this? The acute stage continues from 1 week to 4 months, then it is followed by a latent period when the disease passes over into a chronicle stage.     

Diabetes. Deficit of microelements is closely related to prediabetes which has grown into an epidemy in almost all economically developed countries. It is mainly due to the fact that all food products you buy (or grow on your own) are deficient in terms of microelements content. Taking into consideration that all metabolic processes are controlled by microelements, the absence or chronicle deficient intake of microelements results in their deficit in the organism, and parasites presence aggravates such deficit. While you are healthy, the pancreas seamlessly responds to glucose intake with insulin release. In the course of food and sugar intake, insulin release increases. In case of prediabetes or type 2 diabetes, this relationship is disrupted: the amount of insulin released is sufficient, but the cells become insensitive to it, and it is zinc, chromium and manganese that restore their sensitivity.         

Zinc is required for insulin formation, chromium helps to introduce glucose into the cells, manganese supports carbohydrates intake. Zinc participates in synthesis of about 200 enzymes controlling formation and utilization of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, nucleic acids, i. e. affects metabolic processes, and restoration of normal metabolism is the essential prerequisite for successful treatment of diabetes mellitus. The first manifestations of zinc deficit are retardation of tissue regeneration (incarnation) process, gradual poisoning of the organism, deficit of female hormones, early climacterium, cardiovascular disorders, loss of calcium and brittleness of bones, breast tumors, prostate enlargement (preventing urine outflow), and benign prostatic hyperplasia. Zinc deficit results in bones weakening and susceptibility to fractures, bones do not grow back together for a long time, a “diabetic foot” develops. Zinc deficit results in reduction of the number of antibodies and lymphocytes, what, in its turn, determines bad resistance to infections.     

Introduction of chromium enhances insulin action, so, chromium is essential for diabetic patients. Sugar consumption and excessive use of sweets increase the need in chromium and, at the same time, increase chromium .loss with the urine. Chromium content during pregnancy, after the child birth, and at the time of breast feeding, drops down. Low chromium content can trigger pregnancy diabetes. Chromium protects the vessels from atherosclerotic plaques origination, what prevents atherosclerosis and blood pressure increase. Lack of chromium results in protein metabolic disorder, weight increase, increase of cholesterol and triglycerides content in the blood, ischemic heart disease progressive development. Deficit of manganese causes impaired fat metabolism. Received carbohydrates quickly turn into fats, what results in rapid development of fatty hepatosis, cardiomyoliposis, corpulence, lypoma formation, cholesterol level increase. Manganese in comprised in arginase – liver enzyme involved in the urea cycle, the main detoxification process during which binding of ammonia resulting from amino acidic metabolism takes place.         Manganese introduction prevents acidosis development, accelerates wound healing, prevents dystrophic joint deformations and bone destruction, thyroid gland disease. Lack of manganese results in glycogen insufficiency, on short rations, the heart is quickly “tired” and is not on the job, same as all other muscles, movement becomes difficult, and the man starts to put on weight. Modern life stresses and environmental toxic impacts often give rise to deviations in elemental metabolism. Increased consumption of phosphates (contained in carbonated drinks, conserves, and other products) also contributes into this process.  

Thus, we see that the mechanism of diabetes mellitus development is based on insufficient intake with the food (assimilation, where there are parasites in the organism) of: zinc, chromium, manganese.

How to live without allergy and skin diseases. Any skin disease is provoked by discharge of harmful substances from the internal environment. Allergy and many skin diseases result from parasitizing of helminthes, bacteria, viruses, fungi. Skin disorders caused by bacteria, viruses and fungi are widely known. But nobody speaks out loud about the fact that helminthes can cause allergy and skin diseases, as if human beings did not have them at all. However, parasitologists assert that allergy is the first and main sign of helminthes parasitizing in human internals. Researches have shown that helminthes parasitize not only in the intestinal tract, as it is usually believed. They invade the internal environment – blood, liver, heart, lungs, etc. They comfortably exist in the hypoderm and other structures of the skin causing inflammation, irritation, and, in combination with protozoans (single-cell blood parasites), give rise to vast nonhealing wounds, sores, fistulas, etc. The organism responds to their poisonous discharges with an immune, and then allergic reaction. Helminth “little ones” – their microscopic larvae – are the most malignant in this respect. It is already helminth ova that that set in motion allergic reactions. As soon as they get into the intestinal tract and stick to intestinal walls, they cause its swelling and inflammation. Intrusion of newly hatched helminth larvae into the intestinal mucous membranes results in the total peeling of epithelium – the wall protective layer . Enteroviruses, bacteria, protozoans, and even helminth ova stream into the blood flow. Disruption of intestinal walls integrity contributes to penetration into the blood flow of indigested albuminous compounds to which the organism responds with an allergic reaction. Parasite reproduction repeated cycles result in periodic allergy aggravations. Toxic substances (products of helminth metabolism and decay), as foreign to the organism bodies, increase its sensitivity to any allergens – food products, plant pollen, ticks, animal hair, down, drugs, etc. In the parasite shedding period (Ascaris, pinworm, ankylostoma, etc. get rid of their skin as usual butterfly caterpillars), enormous amounts of allergens and poisonous substances are accumulated in the blood, and the liver, kidneys, intestinal tract cannot neutralize and extrete them in due time. Saving the life, the organism discharges excessive toxins through the skin, what causes irritation, in addition, accompanying viral or bacterial infection causes various skin disorders – inflammation, exfoliation, diathesis, urticaria, acneiform rash, dermatitis, eczema, etc. But this is not all the harm from parasites. They cause intestinal flora suppression (dysbacteriosis) and gastrointestinal tract enzyme activity (gas, constipation, diarrhea).           

How to protect the bones. Human supporting bony frame does not exist separately from the whole organism, and, as any living tissue, is closely connected with everything happening in it and responds to any change. Today, of all factors destructive for the human health, causing pain in the bones, joints, spine, those that are hardly considered by the medical science, such factors as deficit of microelements, intoxication (parasitic, viral, bacterial, fungal, drug); intake of heavy or radioactive metals come to the fore. Scientists have established that deficit of microelements is the initial cause of imbalance of mineral metabolism, as well as carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism. The Institute of Human Morphology under the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (Russia, Moscow), the Schiller Research Institute (Germany, Jena), examining tissues and organs of animals in which they artificially provoked element deficiency states by excluding one by one microelements from nourishment, established that the absence (deficiency) of microelements in the organism results in dystrophic disorders in the skeleton bones, chronicle inflammations, inborn defects and handicaps. The most important microelements are zinc, selenium, manganese, chromium, copper, silicone, their deficit results in metabolic disorders and inflammations of conjunctive tissue which forms all our vessels, cartilages, menisci, tendons, invertebral discs, bones.          

How to protect the thyroid gland. In 1996, Moscow was declared an endemic zone in terms of goiter, as more than 30% of Muscovites of 14 -15 had thyroid enlargement. Latest researches on the territory of this country conducted by international organizations in 1997 showed that thyroid enlargement is observed in children in 60-86% of cases. An effective method for thyroid gland disease prevention is the so called iodine prevention suggested by physicians Chatin and Prevost in 1856. Economically wealthier countries already settled this problem in the 20s. Today, average daily consumption of iodine in European countries is up to  500 mcg, and in Japan – up to 3000 mcg. And the population of these countries does not suffer from iodine excessive intake.   

On the former USSR territory, iodine prevention was last effected in 1967, after what it was officially announced that the endemic goiter is extinguished in the country. However, in 1986, after the Chernobyl catastrophe, when they paid attention to a possible radioactive damage to the thyroid gland, horrifying statistics was revealed. It became clear that about 70% of densely populated regions of the country suffer from iodine deficit, with areas where no lack of iodine had ever been noted included in this group. Iodine assimilation by the thyroid gland is subject to certain biological laws. Deficit of zinc, selenium, silicone, manganese, copper, and accumulation of mercury, cadmium, plumbum in the organism can have considerable impact on iodine assimilation by the thyroid gland and can cause iodine deficit even in case of sufficient iodine consumption (for example, with iodine preparations). Without selenium, iodine is not active, the thyroid gland would not assimilate it and would not produce hormones, without copper, its efficiency factor (hormone production) drops down.     

Liver (who is threatened with chronic liver disorders?). Usual roundworms – Ascaris, pinworms, hookworms, filaria, toxocara, Trichinella, and other helminthes, having penetrated from the intestinal tract, invade and parasitize in the liver. They destroy the liver, cause inflammation, pain (resulting from micro-injuries caused to the organ), epigastric burning, digestion disturbance, constipations alternating with diarrhea. Not only helminth tiny larvae, but also grown to impressive sizes specimen of parasites capable of piercing the organ through like an awl, penetrate into the liver. Constant biliary compression (or obstruction) caused by helminth bodies results in bile outflow disruption, cholestasia (by the way, bile can affect parasites as an antiseptic) and stone formation.      

Inflammations of liver vessels result in scar tissue formation. Growing, it replaces the normal liver tissue – liver dystrophy develops. Flukes – opisthorchis, clonorchis, etc., parasitizing in the liver, biliary tracts, can cause very serious complications in the liver, gall bladder, pancreas: hepatitis, septic cholangitis, cysts in gall ducts, acute pancreatitis, peritonitis (peritoneal inflammation). Emergency surgery may save the life of man, but would not clear up parasites. For example, echinococcus and alveococcus (ova with tenia larvae living in the human body) does not manifest itself in any way for a long time (15-20 years), except perhaps skin rash and inexplicable fatigue. Echinococcus forms cysts in the liver. 

Alveococcus does not differ in its development from a malignant tumor. “Parasitic cancer” is a justified definition of the liver avleococcosis, which can spread like metastases into the gall bladder, pancreas, lungs, uterus, bones cerebrum, spine, spinal marrow, and any other organ. Suggested echinococcus and alveococcus treatment is surgery. You should be put on the alert by signs of parasitic ill-being of the liver – weakness, allergy, sallow skin, continuous high temperature, tachycardia, meteorism and intestinal tract dysfunction.         

Complex program for correction of lipid metabolism disorder. Clinical studies carried out by a group of scientists under the leadership of L. V. Pogorelskaya., Professor of the Department of Infectious Diseases of the Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education (Moscow, 2005), showed that a complex of natural preparations, affecting various aspects of pathogenic lipid metabolism disorders, allows to reverse the lipid distress syndrome, maldigestion syndrome, to reduce intoxication, to normalize the level of cholesterol. Clinical experience showed that 85.8% of patients satisfactorily tolerate the drug administration. To estimate lipid metabolism disorders, the following biochemical researches were carried out: blood plasma total cholesterol, triglycerides, high- and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol content, enterogenesis factor, serum enzyme, glucose, hemoglobin content, activity of lipid peroxidation and antioxidant defense system, C-reactive protein. Preparations therapeutic efficiency was assessed on the basis of pathological syndromes regress, dynamics of biochemical, hematological values. Follow-up blood tests were performed in 1, 2, 3, 4 months and showed stable reduction of cholesterol level, patients’ life quality improvement. In 2010, Saint-Petersburg scientists under the leadership of Professor, oncologist-fytotherapist, Doctor of Medical Science K. V. Yaremenko performed clinical laboratory blood tests in oncological patients using 35 values and computer testing method. Application of 2 different methods revealed apparent deficit of copper, chromium, zinc, selenium, iodine, manganese, etc., and in some patients, the deficit was total. In addition, the iris test showed a high degree of internal organs parasitic intoxication. During the study, it was established that a course of the preparation complex administration results in positive dynamics of initial blood values adverse shifts correction and reduction of the coefficient of toxic traces of parasitic load on the internals. As the practice shows, formed lipid metabolism disorders are quite difficult to correct and require a long course of administration. For prevention, a course of administration of the whole complex of antiparasitic sanative preparations is recommended – metosept plus, vitanorm plus, bactrum, regesol, neuronorm, maxifam plus (or chromacin), cimed, imkap (fomidan) – 3 months each (with a week interval after each calendar month of administration), 1-2 times a year. In the event of chronic diseases – from 6 months until the desired result is achieved. The preparations are clinically tested for inborn, tissue, humoral immunity at the Department of Infectious Diseases of the Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education (Moscow) and the N. K. Koltsov Institute of Biology (institute of genetics). 

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