December 12, 2022

Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection (RSV) – Aajonus Vonderplanitz

Question:

I was led to this group by googling “rsv aajonus vonderplanitz”. my husband, son and I are all sick. We suspect it is “rsv”. But I’m completely rethinking everything I thought I knew. My poor baby has the worst of it. He’s 3. I have a few family members urging me to take him to the ER so that’s where we’re headed right now. Am I making a mistake?

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Terrain answer:

Our bodies are self-healing and self-cleaning. Symptoms like coughing, sneezing, runny nose, fever are all expulsion symptoms. This is the body expelling a substance which is toxic or poisonous.
We cannot offer any medical advice or dissuade anyone from seeking medical advice or medical care. All we can do is explain how the body works.
When our body is exposed to a substance that is toxic, or we overwork our body creating a backlog of waste, the body will create a cleaning and repair process which can include a wide range of cleaning and expulsion symptoms. This can include expelling by coughing, sneezing, mucus or tears, it can include vomiting or diarrhea to expel a substance which has entered via the digestive tract. It can include expelling via rashes, ulcers or other skin eruptions.
These symptoms are often triggered by what we eat, but can also occur when we are exposed to a poison or toxin by inhalation or water we drank. Respiratory symptoms are commonly triggered by inhalation of something toxic, for example a candle or essential oil diffuser, a new cleaning product, a disinfectant. The poisons could also be exposed outside the home, a local pesticide being sprayed on a field nearby drifts into our yard or even into our homes. There are a number of different avenues for us to get exposed to a toxin but the important thing to understand is that the body is already treating the problem by the time the symptoms arise. The fever, the cough, the runny nose, all of these are created by the body as a solution to the problem. The only thing we need to do is rest, keep hydrated, either fast entirely or eat as light as possible – fruits or fruit juices ideally. The body is already taking care of the rest, it just needs energy to do so quickly.

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