Oxygen gets to the brain on a carrier
system of tiny rafts called red blood
cells. They were meant to be an exact
shape and size to fit the most oxygen
molecules onto them.
Red blood Each red blood cell is shaped like a cells, top and side
doughnut without the hole. This fits a lot view.
more oxygen, O2, than round balls
would. Yet, if there isn't enough vitamin B12, the dimple isn't put
into them to make them doughnut shaped. This reduces the body's
oxygen supply and the disorder is called “pernicious” anemia.
The changed shape of the red blood cells is reflected in a bigger
volume called mean cell volume (MCV). The correct volume for
red blood cells is about 90 cubic microns. Many elderly persons
have a MCV over 100!
I have seen pernicious anemia to be associated with Ascaris
infestation. Kill Ascaris on a frequency generator (408 KHz) or
zap. The source of Ascaris is usually a pet, owned in the past.
Once infected, the tiny worms do not leave your body on their
own. The infestation may date back to childhood. What a relief
for the bone marrow whose job it is to make red blood cells to
have enough vitamin B12 again! What does Ascaris do with your
B12? B12 is a beautiful rose colored vitamin. Some worms are
actually pink from absorbing your B12! Giving B12 shots is the
current clinical treatment for B12 deficiency. Killing Ascaris
twice a week by zapping and taking B12 lozenges (see Sources) is
a better solution. (If your loved one is getting shots, make sure
that no isopropyl alcohol is used on the skin beforehand. Provide
vodka yourself in a small pocket flask or 70% grain alcohol for
this purpose. Unfortunately, the shot itself may contain traces of
this harmful solvent—take a sample home for testing.)
Other kinds of “anemia” can deprive your elderly person of
oxygen. A low red blood cell count (under 4.4 million/mm3) is
the “garden” variety. Sometimes iron levels are low and can explain
the low red blood cell count. Sometimes they are not.
Most regular anemias, including low iron levels, are associated
with hookworm infestations.
Kill all Ancylostomas along with Ascaris twice a week. It is
not wise to take iron pills, even if they do raise hemoglobin levels,
except in life-threatening situations. Remove the tiny creatures
that cause microscopic bleeding instead. Iron in the form of
pills is too easily snatched up by bacteria who also need it,
making them more virulent to the body. Use grain alcohol rinse in
the bathroom to kill Ascaris and hookworm eggs under fingernails.
Don't have pets in the house or keep them on daily
parasite killing herbs.
It takes nutritious food to build the blood back up to its
normal hemoglobin level. Eggs and meats (all very well cooked)
are the richest sources of iron and other minerals used in blood
building. B6 and other vitamins are also involved and can be
given as a B-complex (see Sources). Do not use black strap
molasses as an iron source, or any molasses, since it contains
toxic molds. (The molds could be detoxified with vitamin C the
same way as honey. However, I have not tested enough molasses
for solvents and you cannot risk these.) In the past, when the
nutrient properties of molasses were discovered, the molasses
manufacturing was a small, carefully conducted business. Now it
has molds which cause platelet destruction, (purpuric spots)
internal bleeding, and immune failure.