Autism and vaccinations: the debate continues. Is there a correlation between the two? Many claim there is no correlation, but a large number of people believe there is one. What if vaccination didn’t work as intended? What about the 2% of patients that the vaccine “drug” insert information says “may experience adverse reaction”? What if… your immune system has been compromised in such a way that it fights a disease… internally… constantly… leaving the rest of the body vulnerable to bacterial infection, heavy metal toxicity, inflammation and a host of God-knows-what other implications? Welcome to the world of autism.
Viruses enter… and just don’t quite leave?
I realized that this was the case with my son some years back. He’s what you would call a “viral” kid. I didn’t think he was. After all, he got colds now and then, just like a regular kid.
But flashback five years…
My son was in preschool, about to enter kindergarten.
We live on the east coast of the US. We were going to go on vacation/holiday. We flew to Las Vegas and drove to Los Angeles to my cousin’s house.
My son’s social interaction with other kids consisted of grabbing a kid by the shoulders and cackling like a madman. Just pretty much disaster.
At this point I had tried many “biomedical” things. I had recently read about a product called “ViraStop.” It is a enzyme blend primarily of the enzymes serratiopeptidase and nattokinase. I had read about the ability of the enzymes to “eat” the outer “wall” of certain viruses, leaving them vulnerable to the immune system. To be effective, it must be given on an empty stomach. Perfect! I thought to myself. We are going to be on vacation for nearly 2 weeks, and my son will be with me for the entire time. I had read that “yeast” would be generated as result of virus killing, and that I should give a blend of yeast fighting enzymes, such as what’s found in Candex or Candidase.
I started off with 2 capsules of ViraStop, 2 capsules of Candidase on an empty stomach. The beauty of being on vacation: I was able to completely control when eating time was. I dosed this 3-4 times a day. I remember being at a Las Vegas buffet restaurant at lunch time watching my son act “bongo,’ making noises, sputtering, etc. He was his goofy self on steroids!! I actually laughed it off! I knew that this was the result of the enzymes that I had been giving him. Normally, I would have been so, so depressed. This continued for 3-4 days and during those days, something else unusual happened. My son told me he had to throw up at several random times. I found this to be significant; he’s not the kind that throws up for no reason. It had to be virus related. We ate at an Indian restaurant. My son devoured his food. And then he told me, he had to throw up. I took him to the bathroom, where he pretty much emptied everything he ate into the toilet!! He felt a lot better, though, and happy. We got back to the table, and I continued eating while telling my wife what happened. She marveled at how I could eat right after that! I chalk it up to my superior dude skills.
We were due to arrive at my cousin’s house in a day after visiting Universal Studios. I stopped the enzymes. I could not risk my son acting so goofy. As we visited Universal Studios, we had a pleasant day. I noticed he was taking a lot more interest in things, and acting more “typical.” We arrived at my cousin’s house. My son met his same-age cousins for the first time, and they played together right away. Very unusual!!! My cousin had a fair-sized swimming pool in his back yard, and a lot of time was spent there. He actually passed for a typical kid for the several days we were there. I certainly noticed a change in him, and so did my wife.
We flew back home, and upon returning to his preschool, his aide, Mary, was astonished to see how different he was in two weeks’ time.
I restarted ViraStop when I got back, and was able to work up to 20 caps 3-4 times a day for a week, with hardly any effect. So I knew it had run its course of usefulness.
So what happened? I think we were able to kill some latent virus, see goofy behavior as a result of viral dieoff, and then see “gain” as a result.
This would be a repeat pattern I would see many times in my biomed career with other antivirals.
More antiviral tales next time!
~ The Count
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