Antibodies or Antigens

 
Healing_psychiatric_resources.htm  section on RH and Maternity
 

Warning

 
Anaphylaxis and the Venomous Keeper  - http://chuckhurd.bravepages.com/article2.html Harper & Fry -
Allergen: a (foreign) substance (such as an antigen) that can produce a hypersensitive reaction in the body but is not necessarily harmful to everyone.
Antigen: a substance (pollen/venom), usually a protein, that causes the formation of an antibody and reacts specifically with that antibody (antigen).
 
Biopharming may be dangerous for your health.  It may heal you today and kill you or your children tomorrow.  There are already plants (genetically altered and tested on people) which contain medicine, vaccines, protein enzymes, plus industrial chemicals at a minute fraction of the cost of conventional products.
The Secret Life of Germs
Philip M Tierno www.simonsays.com
 
http://www.jimmunol.org/content/181/3/1609.full - " Numerous pathologies are treated with drugs that are protein in nature. These therapeutic exogenous proteins can be given either to overcome partial or complete deficiencies of various self-proteins as in replacement therapy or as alien agents independent of the presence of an endogenous counterpart to ameliorate certain pathological conditions. Protein therapeutics are screened rigorously for various biosafety measures like toxicity and viral and bacterial contamination before being applied to the patients. Beyond these measures lies the risk of the immune system responding to the administered protein drug. This immune response attributes another parameter to be checked in a protein drug and is called 'immunogenicity'. Immune response to a protein drug can be manifested in the form an allergic reaction, an anaphylactic shock, or in the production of immunoglobulins against epitopes on therapeutic proteins (1, 2, 3). The 1st 2 manifestations have now become less frequent due to the development of modern purification procedures and clinical grade good manufacturing technologies and by using human or humanized proteins (4). However, production of immunoglobulins in patients against a protein drug remains a major problem. This is particularly because, in several instances, patients develop Abs that are specific for and inhibit the functions of administered therapeutic proteins (Table I). Occasionally, administration of human therapeutic proteins may also be associated with anaphylactic shock as has been observed in the case of therapeutic human factors VIII (FVIII) and IX (FIX) in hemophilia patients (5, 6). The development of inhibitory Abs has enormous implications in the day-to-day management of the patients and the clinical outcome and lays a heavy socioeconomic burden; it thus represents the major pitfall in the treatment of the patients. For instance, the average annual cost of care of patients with hemophilia A who develop inhibitory ani-FVIII Abs following FVIII replacement therapy, reached 0.2 million euros per patient in 2003 in developed countries (7). [Doctor's Guide 2003 "All therapeutic proteins (drugs) have potential to cause an immune response in human, such as human antibody production; a subset of these antibodies, called neutralizing antibodies, can attach to proteins and inhibit their biologic activity.]
 
Rhogam and other antibody products such as gamma globulin can be dangerous to your health. See Carol Balizet's chapter The Manufacture of Rhogam in Fruit of the Womb Childbirth Ministry handbook, Euless, Texas, USA
 
http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/Issues/2004/June/organic.asp (interesting editorial by probable antagonists) - "A contentious issue relates to compounds found in plants called secondary phenolic metabolites. Plants produce these natural toxins usually at very low levels to protect themselves against attack by pests or as a response to other sources of stress. Plant tissues may contain up to several grams per kilogram of these phenolic compounds, such as resveratrol, flavonoids, and furocoumarins. The organic lobby claims that their produce contains more phenolic compounds than conventional produce, and this makes their food better to eat." (Such plants including nightshades need to be rinsed twice and cooking water needs to be disposed of.  Nonetheless, such natural or organic plants are safer than genetically modified foods.)
 

Alternative Medicine

 
http://firstlook.pnas.org/plants-can-grow-human-antibodies/ 4/17/2014
 
http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/Issues/2004/June/organic.asp (interesting editorial by probable antagonists) - "A contentious issue relates to compounds found in plants called secondary phenolic metabolites. Plants produce these natural toxins usually at very low levels to protect themselves against attack by pests or as a response to other sources of stress. Plant tissues may contain up to several grams per kilogram of these phenolic compounds, such as resveratrol, flavonoids, and furocoumarins. The organic lobby claims that their produce contains more phenolic compounds than conventional produce, and this makes their food better to eat." (Such plants including nightshades need to be rinsed twice and cooking water needs to be disposed of.  Nonetheless, such natural or organic plants are safer than genetically modified foods.)
 
Conventional Medicine
 
Maccaro, Dr. Janet - A Woman’s Body Balanced by Nature - Part 1 3/24/204 - Make sure you have an antibody test/panel.
 
Healings
 
Hammond, Frank D & Ida Mae  A Manual for Children's Deliverance  shares a story of a 2 week old being cured of an RH incapability.   www.thechildren'sbread.net