What is Phelm?
Phlegm is that thick mucus like gel or slime produced by the mucous membranes, and
like mucus, phlegm comes out by coughing through the respiratory passages: lungs,
trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, or the diaphragm.
The color of phlegm varies from a water-like color, which is clear, yellow, brown, dark
grey, green, or pale depending on what foods that were consumed. There are those
who think that the color of your phlegm indicates the meaning of your health, but there
isn’t enough research to back that claim. Phlegm will take the color of whatever food
that was consumed, so the color will vary… Phlegm and mucus are similar in look, but
they do differ, one is much more a health hazard to the body as you will soon find out.
What is Mucus?
Mucus is a gel like liquid produced by the mucus membranes; it is a thick slippery
liquid made in abundant of water and glycoproteins by cells located in mucous glands.
Difference between Phlegm and Mucus:
Mucus and phlegm are not the same even though most people consider them as one.
Let me explain, mucus is produce by our body naturally as a defense mechanism. For
example, mucus traps bacteria from entering the body. But if we over eat bad unnatural
foods that cause our body to produce excessive mucus then we will have a problem
because our cells and organs are going to be deprive of oxygen.
Phlegm carries disease:
Phlegm on the other hand is very hard to get out of the body. When the body has
phlegm, it is likely that it’s a disease because phlegm is disease tolerant and is present
when there is a disease first, not after, in the body. When phlegm comes out within your
body it will have mucus in it, but it will also include bacteria, engulf or crumble cells and
viruses as well. Phlegm is more problematic to your body.
Dr. Sebi: What is disease?
We want to know what disease is because if we do not know the causes of disease, then
it would be impossible for us to zero in on a meaningful cure or any cure at all. What is
disease? The doctors never told us and we kept going back to them. The question
should have been answered by anthropologists and the archeologist. Why wait for the
healer to come because if we are diseased, we are unaware as to the cause to our
disease, then whatever comes after that means nothing because our bodies are sick.
Dr. Sebi: Mucus is the cause of every disease.
Disease is the accumulation of mucus; breaking down the mucus membrane, and that
mucus covering groups of cells in your body. For example, we have the mucus
membrane in the body to protect us from the onslaught of aerobic
bacteria—nonetheless, the mucus membrane is for protection of the body.
Disease is when you have ingested a substance that was uncomplimentary with your
genetic structure. As for black people or African people around the world, there is
mucus…. Mucus is the cause of all our diseases.
Mucus and phlegm cause diseases:
We eat acid foods and the acid food breaks down the mucus membrane and cause
mucus to flow with the blood covering other groups of cells that belong to organs, and
depriving them of oxygen. If the mucus goes to our nostrils, they called it sinusitis; if the
mucus goes to our bronchial tube, they called it bronchitis; if the mucus goes to the
lungs, they called it pneumonia. Mucus in our eyes will also cause vision problems.
So you have three different diseases caused by mucus. So what about when the mucus
goes to the prostate gland, its prostatitis. When the mucus goes to the uterus of a
woman, they called it endometriosis or vaginal discharge or yeast infection. So we have
this mucus situation, which producing all of those diseases caused by inadequate of
diet. Mucus is the underline cause for all disease.
To aide the body in healing, it is imperative to change the diet and to consume herbs
such as Organic Burdock Root, Sarsaparilla Root, Organic Elderberries, Organic Mullein
Leaf, Organic Bladderwrack, Organic Irish Moss, to break up mucus and to begin the
body’s process to healing.