The molecules and cells in our body constantly resonate and signal to each other. This intracell and intercell signaling is how we stay healthy.
When our bodies are infected with a virus, the signaling between molecules and cells is disrupted. The symptoms of the sickness, the way we feel sick, is our body's reaction to the virus — not the virus itself.
When we correct this molecular signaling, we re-establish normal biological communication, which mitigates or eliminates the symptoms. Correcting the signaling does not eliminate the infection, but we feel better while our body's immune system fights off the infection.*
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