what causes Fever

Non Painful Diseases

what causes Fever

Fevers are there to help your body fight the invaders...up to a

point. Don't use a fever medication unless the body temperature

goes over 102°F, and then only enough to bring the fever down a

bit.

Most fevers, especially “fevers of unknown origin” are due

to Salmonellas and Shigellas. Your body may be young and

strong enough to kill them but not strong enough to kill an everlasting

supply of them coming from dairy foods you eat on a

daily basis. Stop eating salads at restaurants immediately. Stop

eating food made by others' hands unless it is sterilized. Stop

eating dairy foods until you have cooked them. Stop eating those

that can't be cooked.

Sam Ellis, age 7, had two episodes of severe abdominal pain with fever

lasting two weeks. He got hyperactive with milk products, had a

frequent cough and stuffy nose. (Here the picture is quite clear.

The milk products were bringing him Salmonellas, Shigellas and

other bacteria which grew in his intestine to produce pain. But why

only Sam and not his brothers?) Sam had a buildup of benzene

from using bathroom soap containing a special herbal oil. Sam

also had hookworms, intestinal fluke, and rabbit fluke, probably

due to his lowered immunity from the benzene. Then his mother

boiled Sam's milk, removed the polluted soap (she planned to use it

herself!) and killed his parasites with the parasite herbs. His fever

went away and stayed away. He said he enjoyed all this because

now he “could play after school” without a stomach ache and he

wasn't being sent to the nurse's office because of a fever. Notice

the bacteria causing the temperature went away by themselves,

probably due to the return of his normally strong immune system.

Jalene McCormick, 46, had been passing lots of kidney stones

(hundreds) for years and had a temperature most of the time for

which she was on antibiotics. It took her six months on our kidney

herb recipe to dissolve and pass so many they no longer showed

up on X-ray, and to stop making them. Then her fever left, not to

return.

Kristen Jane Johnson, a young mother, had recurrent fevers and fatigue

but, besides EBV, her doctors found no cause. We found

HIV virus and a lot of bacteria and parasites. The fever-causing

bacterium was Salmonella. To stop her Salmonella attacks she

had to raise her immunity besides boiling all dairy products. Moldy

foods (pasta) and lunch meats (benzopyrenes) were the source of

liver toxicity. Each new Salmonella attack immediately invaded the

liver so a vicious cycle was set up. When she stayed meticulously

on the parasite program, meticulously off unsterilized dairy products,

and meticulously off benzene-polluted items, she cured herself

of fevers and night sweats and the HIV infection. Perhaps in

two years the liver will have recovered enough to kill Salmonella

that enter it, but she is not taking any chances till then.

Although Kristen was eating food polluted with both Salmonellas

and Shigellas she only “picked up” Salmonella, never

Shigella! Why is that? In contrast, people with multiple sclerosis

“pick up” Shigellas, not Salmonellas.



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