Jaundice, (also known as icterus) is a yellowish pigmentation of the skin, the conjunctival membranes over the sclerae (whites of the eyes), and other mucous membranes caused by hyperbilirubinemia (increased levels of bilirubin in the blood). This hyperbilirubinemia subsequently causes increased levels of bilirubin in the extracellular fluids. Jaundice comes from the French word jaune, meaning yellow.
One of the first tissues to change color as bilirubin levels rise in jaundice is the conjunctiva of the eye, a condition sometimes referred to as scleral icterus.
Hepaticellular (Hepatic) jaundice (in hepatocellular jaundice there is invariably cholestasis) can be caused by acute hepatitis, hepatotoxicity, and alcoholic liver disease, whereby cell necrosis reduces the liver's ability to metabolize and excrete bilirubin leading to a buildup of unconjugated bilirubin in the blood. Rat fever (leptospirosis) can also cause hepatic jaundice.
Post-hepatic jaundice, also called obstructive jaundice, is caused by an interruption to the drainage of bile in the biliary system. The most common causes are gallstones in the common bile duct, and pancreatic cancer in the head of the pancreas. Also, a group of parasites known as "liver flukes" can live in the common bile duct, causing obstructive jaundice.
(Extracted from The Cure for all Advanced Cancers; The Prevention of all Cancers; The Cure and Prevention of all Cancers)
It is the liver’s job to detoxify the hemoglobin that is salvaged from old worn out red blood cells.
Since red blood cells have a life span of only 120 days, about one percent of them die each day, and must be trapped by the spleen in order to salvage certain parts. Their iron must be salvaged. Their hemoglobin must be conjugated (detoxified), and excreted as bilirubin in the bile. If the liver is not capable of conjugation or the bile ducts are blocked, raw (undetoxified) bilirubin builds up in the circulation. You can detect a yellowish tint first in the whites of the eyes. It is called jaundice.
The aflatoxins are very sinister mycotoxins and precede all jaundice. In the liver they block detoxification of hemoglobin so the bilirubin goes up. The Syncrometer sees that the bilirubin oxidase enzyme is missing. Aspergillus and Penicillium mold produce Aflatoxin. Stop at once eating all grains, including rice, bread, pasta, cereals, and popcorn. Only oatmeal and corn on the cob present no danger from aflatoxins. Also eat no food that could be moldy: all nuts and many fruits and anything fermented. Five days of complete relief will get the Total bilirubin moving downwards.
REMOVAL OF BILIRUBIN AND JAUNDICE:
- Glucuronic acid – helps the liver detoxify bilirubin and avoid jaundice
- Exposure to direct sunlight for one hour seems to help
- Glutathione (20 gm per day) – protects the liver from the coming aflatoxin flood which avoids bilirubin
- Hcl drops and coffee enemas stimulate bile formation
- Digestive enzymes
- Milk thistle extract
- Take-out drops aflatoxin-out of-all-liver parts
- Take-out drops bilirubin-out-of-blood and out-of-all-liver parts
- Take-out drops copper, cobalt, chromium and nickel out-of-all-liver parts
- Or intravenous chelation with EDTA, B complex, laetrile and huge amounts of vitamin C
- Take-out drops Sudan Black dye out-of-all-liver parts
- DO LIVER CLEANSES