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Friday, March 16, 2007

Do You Have 'Dirty Blood?'

Symptoms of dirty blood.

1. Skin conditions that are frequently misdiagnosed as eczema, dermatitis, dry, flaking skin, or patch of red, itchy skin that either appears and disappears or moves around the body, place to place.

The reason why the skin is so involved in this condition is that the blood cells aren't able to unload their poisons and toxins via the kidneys, so they go to the next best eliminative organ: our skin! Yes, our skin, which has millions of pores or openings, breathes. When we perspire, our body is "breathing" and eliminating excess water, toxins or poisons via those pores.

So, if the kidney tubules aren't creating osmosis to take the load off these laboring red blood cells, they then try and dump their load on the doorstep of the next eliminative outlet: the skin. This is why the skin will begin to get dry, itchy, flaking, red, swollen, oozing lymph fluid which is yellow or crusted, in order to try and "clean off" the red blood cells so they can carry a maximum amount of oxygen.

2. Headaches are frequently a spin-off and symptom of dirty blood. It can be a migraine headache or just a common old aching type that comes and goes; for seemingly no reason. Even if you take aspirin, and you make the pain go away, it does not mean that you've cured the root cause of all these headaches: which is to clean the tubules of the kidneys. As long as the kidneys aren't cleaned up, you will always have headaches that come and go.

The brain isn't receiving enough oxygen from these red blood cells, and it's getting "bathed" with dirty red blood cells which are loaded down like a toxic waste dump--so, it's no wonder your head starts aching!

3. Low-grade Fevers that come and go. Whenever the body raises its own internal temperature, it is trying to burn out and destroy an invader or attacker. Usually, it's an invading bacteria or virus. However, if your blood is dirty, it will raise the temperature a degree or so, trying to "burn out" and destroy this waste material. It doesn't, but it's one of the things the body can do to answer the call to get rid of the toxic waste dump being carried inside you.

The result of this symptom is that if you go to the allopathic doctor, he or she will assume you have a bacteria or virus present in your body and prescribe antibiotics to get rid of it. So, when you're on the ten-day cycle of antibiotics, your "grade fever" goes away, but as soon as you get off the antibiotics, guess what? Yes, the grade fever comes back. Oh, it's not there every day, but it may show up from time to time, with no periodicity or cycle evident.

After about two or three trips to your allopathic doctor, they may draw blood from you to see what in the world is going on. When they do, often, there will be an elevated or higher white blood count which to them, verifies bacteria or virus still active and in your body.

4. Allergies. Because as more and more of the red blood cells labor with their toxic waste dump load that they can off put via the kidneys, the immune system within the body hits the four alarm and goes into major action. It will create more white blood cells, which are the soldiers that protect us from outside attack by bacteria and viruses. If, after awhile the white blood cells don't do their job--and they can't--then the immune system, over several years time, becomes suppressed.

When the immune system becomes depressed, that means it can't operate at its highest peak function, which is to protect us from any invaders from the external world around us. As the immune system begins to crumble, we suddenly, for no reason, become allergic to something in our environment. It could be anything: ragweed, dust, mold, pollen, cat hair or whatever--the source doesn't really matter. What matters is that allergies are a signal that your immune system is eroding and this isn't good because in the long-run, it leaves you open for all kinds of problems later: such as more frequent colds, flu or other more deadly forms of bacteria and viruses which are now floating around in our atmosphere and environment. Your immune system, which is your main line of defense, your warrior with a shield, has been stripped of its protective powers and is leaving you wide open to all these other risks.

5. High white blood count. We talked about this in detail in number 2.
If your lab reports come back with a high white blood count and after antibiotics, is still there, consider the possibility of above.

6. Forgetfulness and other mental signs of deterioration. When the red blood cells cannot carry a major load of oxygen, which they were designed to do, then the brain does not receive it's necessary levels of oxygen, either, in order to operate at maximum efficiency.

The result is lapses of memory, forgetfulness and the beginning of making lists to remember what you forgot! If your memory is eroding for no reason, then consider the above.

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