Alex Flemming discovered penicillin in the late 30’s and the war on bugs (microbes) began. “Bug are bad, so take this pill for every ill.” When this war on bugs started to come about, “The War of the Worlds” came into the social spotlight to remind us that nature had a purpose for these bugs. We were meant to live in harmony with these little guys in a robust symbiotic relationship. The general understand seems to be that we are smarted than Mother Nature. Was Mother Nature incorrect with all her knowledge, was she mislead in trusting microbes? Or where bugs really placed on earth to combat the upcoming alien invasion.
The author recognized the fact that we are not all that different than our animal friends. It seems that we all have the same basic colonization of microbes. It also seems it happen after birth. Other animals make IgA too for communication reasons. The body seems to start off making its immune system from the early interactions of these “probiotic” organisms. How ever this is not common knowledge in the medical profession.
I believe I take the more Naturopathic/Nature Cure approach and believe that they were placed here to protect our DNA/life? Microbes only cause chaos when our vitality is low or to put it another way when the symbiotic relationship is not robust enough to deal with the tides of life. Why as a modern enlightened society do we still insist on running West to see the sunrise? Are we that ignorant to see the beauty and simplicity of nature? This article try’s to communicate this message.
These little bugs were place here to act as intermediate massagers. The same way the cytochromes work in the inner mitochondrion wall, if you take one out it puts a greater protuberance on the whole system and it fails. This crying out of the homodynamic body is just like the little kid in the back of the room raising his hand and jumping up and down to get the teachers attention. Can you help me or notice me?
The European approach to homeopathy deals with the terrain. Tolle causm. Lets help nature fix the underlying cause of the problem and let the ripples flow through the body. I am by no means saying that studying our little friends and how they interact with our genetic and phonotypical DNA is not important I am just stating that our little friends are not inherently bad. They are kind of like our little brother that wants to come to the party with us—a nuisance, at times but not bad. So lets use our current non medical unbiased scientific evidence to understand how the vis commutates with our adapted and innate immune systems to perturb the body in just the right amount to provoke a responses and allow the body to run East to see the sunrise.
Craig, L. (2012). Reciprocal interactions of the intestinal microbiota and immune system. Nature Department of Pathology, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, 489,