Monday, December 22, 2014

SuperFilter and Diabetes II

SuperFilter and DiabetesII

Andre Willers
22 Dec 2014
Synopsis :
Add Psyllium husks to activated charcoal to create a SuperFilter .

Discussion :
1.Fine networks with mucus can filters particles smaller than mesh sizes .
“While it may not seem intuitive that filters can trap particles smaller than the size of their mesh, the fingernail-size marine salp (Pegea confoederata) depends on it for its survival. As the salp pulls the surrounding sea water into its body, it uses muscles to ensure the flow is as calm and orderly as a river on a windless day. By eliminating the effects of turbulence, particles smaller than the mesh, such as bacteria, viruses, and colloidal masses, pass extremely close to the net material. At a certain distance from the net, they adhere to the sticky netting material continuously secreted by the salp. Particles even smaller than bacteria, viruses, and colloidal masses diffuse right into the filter material. The specific fluid mechanical conditions which P. confoederata creates in its filtration systems enable it to trap particles with diameters as small as 0.01 micron (viruses, colloids, etc.) even though the filter mesh measures ~ 1.5 x 6 microns. This adaptation allows the macroscopic salps to survive on a diet of some of the tiniest biological life-forms known.”
2. Pore size distribution (frequency) for activated charcoal .

Micropores smaller than 2 nm   , Mesopores 2 to 50 nm    and Macropores  bigger than 50 nm . (nm= nanometer=10^-9 m)
Viruses are of the order  30 nm to 1000 nm .

3. Activated charcoal effectiveness :
As can be seen from the graph above , the number of pores are proportional to the area under the curve .
Large ranges (estimated 2/3) of virus sizes will not be filtered by activated carbon .

4. Now add psyllium at various concentrations (vol of water , time) .
This gives a tunable filter spread .
The activated charcoal is the equivalent of a nanomesh , and the psyllium husks adds the mucus factor .
The spikes in the above graph flatten to a more effective mean .
5.What does this mean ?
5.1 Major cosmetics application in skin rejuvenation .
This is not medical advice .
See Appendix A for the recipe of a simple patch .
Now add Retinol for rejuve .
If burn wound , try adding , Allicin has been widely used in burn units .

5.2 Cheap anti-biowar filter .
5.3 Should filter out most stuff smaller than 1100 nm .
But these still have to be rendered harmless .

5.4 Non-invasive diagnosis :
Remove parch , chop it up and drop various pieces into test tubes .
Test as required .

6.Diabetes II
Substance- P is the neurotransmitter involved in Diabetes II . It is 100-300 nm across .

This falls into the least reactive zone of activated charcoal .(See graph above)
So , some benefit would be achieved by mixing psyllium with activated charcoal and swallowing it .
But how much , and how long to wait while the psyllium gel densifies ?
Try recipe in Appendix A , but with ½ cup of water. Drink immediately after stirring and chase with another ½ glass of water .
Monitor blood sugar .

7. If this works , you have a nice Xmas present .
Else, at least a handy SuperFilter .

Compliments of the Season to all

Appendix A
Recipe On How To Make A Charcoal Patch
¼  cup of water
2 Tablespoons of charcoal powder
1/2 teaspoon psyllium seed husk powder (if doubling recipe start with slight 3/4 tsp)
Bandage wrap or strips of cloth and safety pin or other fastener
Put water in glass and gently add activated charcoal powder and psyllium seed husk powder. Stir for approximately one minute, until the mixture begins to gel and pull away from the glass and forms a ball.  Be patient and do not add more psyllium seed husk for this will make the gel hard and not workable.  

Lay out a 12" x 12" piece of plastic wrap and place gel in the center.  Smooth out to desired shape, about three inches from center in all directions or how desired.  Place another piece of plastic on top, the same size as the bottom, gently press down and then roll out to desired size and thickness, as if you were rolling a pie crust.

Now place in the freezer for at least 30 minutes, can last up to three months. Remove and let thaw before using, which takes about 15 minutes. Cut poultice (do not cut frozen) to desired size/s. Return unused portion to freezer.

Carefully remove one side of plastic from patch and apply to affected area and gently press down.  You may wish to wrap again with a plastic wrap to keep from leaking and or then apply a cloth bandage to hold in place.

Change patch at least every eight hours.

Appendix B

Ultrastructural identification of substance P cells and their processes in rat sensory ganglia and their terminals in the spinal cord by immunocytochemistry
1.       Victoria Chan-Palay and 
2.       Sanford L. Palay
1.    Abstract
2.       Authors & Info
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The unlabeled substance P (SP) antibody-peroxidase-antiperoxidase reaction was used on tissue prior to embedding in epoxy reins for ultrastructural identification of the SP cell and its immunoreactive granules. The SP cell is 10-20 μm in diameter and has sparse cytoplasm with numerous intensely reactive SP granules 100-300 nm across, large clear vacuoles, elaborate smooth endoplasmic reticulum, fragmentary rough endoplasmic reticulum, dispersed ribosomes, few mitochondria, and a modest Glogi apparatus. The large SP-reactive granules are discharged into the extracellular space, either with cell membrane intact or as unbound dense material. The membrane-bound dense granucles are transported intact through endothelial cells into the blood or are picked up by Schwann cells and fibroblasts. Other SP-reactive granules lose their limiting membranes, fragment, and then disperse into fine immunoreactive grains that bind to the extracellular matrix and to collagen. Dispersed SP-reactive granules are transported within myriad pinocytotic vesicles across endothelial cells with numerous luminal plications and are discharged into the blood. Pinocytosis of dispersed SP-reactive material, that can be detected intracellularly, also occurs in Schwann cells and fibroblasts. The SP axons to the substantia gleatinosa are unmyelinated or finely myelinated. Their synaptic varicosities display a generalized axoplasmic immunoreactivity, which also occurs in and around small vesicles. The larger SP synaptic vesicles are intensely reactive.

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