This group of illnesses are due mainly to toxicity and they can occur in individuals with fully developed immune systems as well as in children with under-developed immune systems, they include illnesses such as cholera, typhoid, and hepatitis. When the individual has sufficient toxicity to support the microbe, then the illness is the crisis point at which the body will try to eliminate. If the individual resolves the toxic state and adjusts lifestyle accordingly then recurrences do not occur, if however they continue to subject themselves to these conditions then recurrences do occur.
Immunity from the microbe itself exists in individuals that are not sufficiently toxic to allow the microbe to proliferate, but immunity from the microbe does not exist if the conditions that cause their proliferation persist. For example cholera is an illness characterised by vomiting, diarrhoea, fever, sweating, malaise etc, symptoms may vary according to the individual, this symptom reaction is as a result of toxicity within the digestive system, usually from dirty water, it is simply not due to the presence of the microbe as many people have it but show no symptoms. However this is not immunity, as we would see in the case of childhood illnesses. Epidemiological evidence shows that as soon as toxic drinking water conditions exist, then cholera symptoms return.
For many years a cholera vaccine was promoted and given to individuals in epidemic situations as a preventative, however this is no longer given because the authorities (The World Health Organisation) now admit that the vaccine does not work and confirm that unless clean water and hygienic practice is in place then cholera will persist and the vaccine will not stop the spread of the disease.
Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver, the liver is the main organ of detoxification in the human body, almost all food that enters the digestive system, once absorbed into the blood, is taken to the liver to be processed and detoxified accordingly. Hepatitis occurs in individuals that have overly burdened their liver; consequently the illness occurs in certain high risk groups; alcohol users, drug users, people that undergo blood/plasma transfusions, those that are malnourished and with unclean dietary habits.
At this juncture it is surely interesting to quote Florence Nightingale once again:
Since then I have seen with my eyes and smelt with my nose smallpox growing up in first specimens, either in closed rooms or overcrowded wards where it could not by any possibility have been “caught” but must have begun. Nay, more, I have seen diseases begin, grow and pass into one another. Now dogs do not pass into cats.
I have seen for instance, with a little overcrowding, continued fever grow up, and with a little more, typhoid fever, and with little more, typhus, and all in the same ward or hut. For diseases, as all experience shows, are adjectives not noun substances. The specific disease doctrine is the grand refuge of weak, uncultured, unstable minds, such as now rule in the medical profession. There are no specific diseases, there are only specific disease conditions.”