How does a Virus produce toxins in your body and how does your body respond?

When you catch the Flu, the virus particles will replicate billions and billions of times, and you won’t feel sick until they’ve replicated millions of times after a few days. When viruses reproduce, they poop out toxic proteins generally specific to each virus. Think of how cat and dog and human poop smells slightly different? Well, it’s the same thing.

This poop is called “antigens” and are usually just single complex proteins (fancy name of “a bunch of DNA building blocks”) Each cell will produce or eat various proteins, think of them as Lego blocks created by the cell’s DNA instructions. Each protein is “folded” a certain way, naturally (based on chemical and eletromagnetic [very important for a later lesson!] forces).

When a virus hijacks a cell, it will usually kill the cell by mutating many thousands of times in that cell. It’d be like a termite colony decimating a house’s frame, and the cell BURSTS open and releases all millions of these new baby viruses and a whole lot of toxins.

The body’s immune system will *rush* to this site and start attaching to all the poop it can find it. These are called Cytokines, the Warriors of your immune system. When there’s way too much poop and you have a good strong immune system), it’s called a Cytokine Storm, which can lead to the warriors attacking literally every cell in an area, and you end up with a stroke, heart attack or liver failure.


Your body’s immune system CANNOT SEE VIRUSES. What it sees is *FOREIGN DNA* and FOREIGN BACTERIA AND VIRUS POOP (antigen proteins). It will swarm these proteins and kill everything around it.

This works like if you picture the aliens in that movie “A Quiet Place.” If everything near the poop gets destroyed, you typically also destroy the virus along with the cell that it’s in.

Unfortunately, sometimes, esp in older people and unhealthy people, their immune systems aren’t so good, and virally-corrupted cellular DNA remains corrupted and the cell isn’t killed. Certain viruses *and* bacteria can flip off the cell’s suicide gene, and then the cell just will never ever die. It’ll then replicate itself, normally, only with the viruses’ DNA inside its own.

These cells your body can’t really detect if it has a bad immune system or one that’s busy, say, fighting off Tobacco toxins (or even toxins from eating meat), and this leads to cancer. Up to 40% of all cancers are caused this way, maybe even 90%, but the Western medical establishment BRUTALLY SUPPRESSSES this truth.