Western doctors, in general, know nothing about nutrition. They’re taught nothing about the healing powers of food in medical school because their whole purpose (by design) is to prescribe pharmaceuticals for the Rockefeller Medicine machine.
I had to go to the hospital once (emergency medicine is the best and most justifiable aspect of Western medicine) and while I was there started to develop a huge cold sore on my lip from high fever.
The herpes virus that causes cold sores can be deactivated with lysine; iirc it interferes with an enzyme the virus needs for replication. Every time I feel a cold sore coming on, I take lysine orally and apply an ointment containing lysine. The sores never develop because I halt the virus in it’s tracks and it goes back into dormancy.
I explained this to my nurses and doctor, a cardiovascular surgeon. I didn’t have any lysine at the hospital and could tell the outbreak was going to be insane if I didn’t get some in me, so I requested it and offered my explanation as to why I needed it.
The intereference of lysine with the function of herpes virus is an established scientific fact, yet none of the nurses nor my doctor believed me. I could overhear them discussing my “odd beliefs” in the hallway. They finally decided, “well, it’s just a supplement, it isn’t going to hurt him”, and they agreed to let me have the lysine as some sort of placebo (from their perspective) to help me feel better.
People can go to medical school for decades, but, if the schools are limiting the information distributed to only that which benefits particular agendas, the students are only being taught how to further that agenda. We end up with medical experts that know very little about how the body actually works outside the context how Rockefeller pharmaceuticals affect it.
I started writing this in a comment concerning cancer treatments.
People, generally, “get” cancer because their immune system becomes so compromised that their body no longer kills off cancerous cells before they become a problem.
The Western medical cartel will never admit to this, but will instead advocate their brand new “Immune response stimulating cancer treatments” which cost an arm and a leg and tend to only extend the patient’s life for a few more months while the draining of their savings account occurs.
They’ve already been pushing this type of bullshit “treatment” for over a year on the “ask your doctor” ads. Funny thing is, the shit they’re shooting people up with and charging big money for just doesn’t stimulate your immune system as efficiently and properly as clean foods you can pick up from your local farmers market or grow yourself.
Pharmaceuticals do not heal you. “Tricking” your body into an immune response with drugs or adjuvants is damaging to your entire immune system. It isn’t supposed to be cattle-prodded that way.
If you want to heal your body, nutrition is the key. You are what you eat; don’t build the foundation for your immune system with processed “food”.
Rockefeller and another elite leader Carnegie used their tax-exempt Foundations, from 1913 on, to offer huge grants to the best medical schools all over America – on the proviso that only an allopathic-based curriculum be taught, and that some of their agents be allowed to sit on the Board of Directors. They called this “efficient” philanthropy, which, when through the Orwellian translation unit, means they wanted a return on their investment. They systematically dismantled the curricula of these schools by removing any mention of the natural healing power of herbs and plants, or of the importance of diet to health. The result is a system which to this day churns out doctors who are, almost always, utterly clueless about nutrition and disregard the idea that what you eat can actually heal or hurt you.
Some info on Lysine
The topical lysine ointment I use is far more effective than oral consumption. It is called Super Lysine +. Hilariously enough, the only “active ingredient” listed is menthol, as the other awesome ingredients, Lysine among them, are not recognized as having medicinal properties by the FDA and must be categorized as “inactive” on the label.
(btw, the hospital charged me $21 for ten 1g L-Lysine supplements. I can buy a bottle of 50 of those for 8 bucks in the store. That is a 1,312% markup)
FYI, juicing is an excellent way to consume enormous amounts of vegetable and plant nutrition. A big pile of veggies that you would never care to (or be able to) eat in one sitting can be reduced to a glass of fluid anyone can handle. An apple or some other fruit tossed in there with the veggies and greens can make it very palatable.