Question ebola

10 Aug 2014 13:25 - 10 Aug 2014 13:52 #46817 by Sinisa
Replied by Sinisa on topic ebola
I found here, on this forum about it, one member has explanation here about such kind of treatment, , and I've tried it few times...
I was trying to find something more about "capsids" over the Internet, but I am not so professional for it...

biology.about.com/od/virology/ss/viruses_2.htm
FROM LINK:
Viruses: Capsids
The protein coat that envelopes viral genetic material is known as a capsid. A capsid is composed of protein subunits called capsomeres. Capsids can have several shapes: polyhedral, rod or complex. Capsids function to protect the viral genetic material from damage.

In addition to the protein coat, some viruses have specialized structures. For example, the flu virus has a membrane-like envelope around its capsid. The envelope has both host cell and viral components and assists the virus in infecting its host. Capsid additions are also found in bacteriophages. For example, bacteriophages can have a protein "tail" attached to the capsid that is used to infect host bacteria.


I can't prove you that this works, because I had symptoms of flu or cold where time of illness can variate from one case to another...Also I took together from beginning of symptoms (Lactaid +MMS, 1 hour spread) what was my mistake, because I can not see any difference, with or without Lactaid...
I think that the best results we can get if we can see that just MMS doesn't work in start period of treatment, THEN to start take capsules of lactaid half hour or one our before MMS doses (MMS usual protocols), to see if there is any difference...
I haven't flu or cold so far so I can not test it again...

Who knows, maybe Ebola could be "cracked" on this way???
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10 Aug 2014 14:15 #46818 by Horsefeathers
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Thank you for the information. It is certainly something to consider and try out.

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10 Aug 2014 15:53 #46823 by clasert1
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hello LACTAID where can i find this product to read about it? where web page?. thanks

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10 Aug 2014 17:30 - 10 Aug 2014 17:31 #46827 by pam
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The "protein shell" theory I've seen in the past applied to herpes - it's a theory. Certainly it will not harm anyone to take lactaid (which is simply a pill that you take if you are lactose intolerant, so that you can ingest dairy. We have it here in the US in all pharmacies, in all grocery stores, in gas stations, etc. Undoubtedly available on Amazon.

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12 Aug 2014 12:24 #46863 by L.
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Hi everybody,
Ebola is a big risk for europe, especially Italy where is coming a lot (100.000 this year) africaans by any sanitary controls.
About the capsid question, i've found this:

Morphology
As proposed by their name Filoviridae have a thread- like schape. They are coated by an envelope and a capsid. Filoviridae meassure about 80 nm in diameter and up to 1400 nm in length. Unlike other members of Mononegavirales, they synthesize four different capsid proteins (nucleoprotein (NP), P (formerly called VP35), viral protein VP30, and the catalytic subunit of the polymerase (L)), of which VP30 also plays a role in transcriptional control.

www.tbi.univie.ac.at/~bioinf/WS02/Gruppe08/Filoviridae.htm

and so
www.nature.com/nature/journal/v497/n7451/full/nature12162.html

Not understanding so much if a capsid virus as ebola can resist to an MMS protocol.
The most important is prevent the infection cause it's very easy and dangerous.
Ebola is with many evidences an airborne virus and has a long life on surfeces with -70 C° to 120°
www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/lab-bio/res/psds-ftss/ebola-eng.php
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12 Aug 2014 12:50 - 12 Aug 2014 12:56 #46864 by Sinisa
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I have "bug in my ear" that solving problem with viral protein coat (capsid) is a key for better treatment of all viruses with MMS...
Probably Mr. Humble and Mr. Kalcker and others know more about it...

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I think I was reading here about usage of MMS +Lactaid in case of flu symptoms...
One forum member reported successful treatment... But I can not find it again...
I've tried before but I can not judge how successful I was ( I think it was faster), because only even MMS was still good enough to me several times before, with symptoms of flu (Clara's protocol)...
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12 Aug 2014 15:55 #46867 by mms2user
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In Spain they sell: Nutira Lactasa 9000 FCC (capsules)
Would that be the equivalent of Lactaid?

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13 Aug 2014 00:40 #46869 by L.
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Who could ask to them?

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13 Aug 2014 00:51 #46870 by L.
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how works in stop the rna virus replication?
Thanks!

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