Virus

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Virus is a small non life agent that replicates inside living cells of other organisms.

Overview

Viruses can are resident agents in all life forms, but they are not a life form themselves.  Think of them as both parasitic and symbiotic in that they are not necessarily bad or infectious.

Like bacteria, viruses are pleomorphic; meaning, they can morph from a benign state and become virulent according to the body’s terrain. Viruses are fully capable of hijacking cellular machinery and using it for its own purposes. See Germ Theory of Disease by clicking hyperlink.

Everyone carries viruses in their system.  the key difference is whether the virus shifts from a benign state to an virulent state.  The controlling factor is the ‘terrain’ of the bio-electric body.  When under physiologic or emotional stress, viruses will attack the host and promote dis-ease.

Viruses prosper in a toxic, waste filled, stress out body environment.

Solutions

 

See Germ Theory of Disease, Parasite, pathogens in Glossary.

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