Friday, August 18, 2017

mycolic acids - To Stop and or slow down Tuberculosis Infection

To Stop and or slow down Tuberculosis Infection - (c)Rupert S

TB Inhibiting : attacking the fatty acid cell wall of the TB Germ : basic theory

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in reference to https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/about_us/viewNewsArticle.do?articleId=535

"why do distinct mycolic acids play such different biological and immunological roles?"

You know the TB cells having a kind of acidic fat cell wall coating makes me think that alkaline based attack profiling would diffuse the issue, lime and lemon... and other natural foods that produce alkaline environment's within the body cavities and vascular systems,lungs etcetra..

Yes i know you will be thinking that this is another basically Eco/Meditation/philosophy,

However since the coating of the TB Germ is basically based on a fatty acid,
There are two definite ways to attack a fatty acid..!

Alkaline solutions and ph unfriendly environments, Alkaline soaps and detergents!...

so how do we deliver this ? you may ask ? we bind the compound or molecule to for example a binding active enzyme, food type or antibody... (other body friendly compounds/ chemical agents and mild soaps may be found)

Active enzymes that attack and break up fats are attack vectors, they themselves may need the help of soaps,alkalies,bases,antibodies and fat absorbing or coagulating compounds (not so heart attack friendly this one)..

However bearing in mind that drugs designed to inhibit fat coagulation for heart and vain coagulation should produce results inhibiting the formation of tuberculosis Clusters,

Conversely :  the reverse action of forming and then starving clusters of tuberculosis cells would also produce positive results,

Coagulating the tuberculosis Clusters and then basically nuking them and or starving them.

Rupert S

https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org

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