Excessive amounts of Uric Acid, Sulphuric Acid, Carbonic Acid and Phosphoric acid have effects on our bodies. Uric Acid is the end product of the protein digestion and is the by-product of metabolism. It is constantly present in the blood and is required in small amounts. However, in excessive amounts sticky colloid substances are formed and block the blood capillaries passing from the arterial system into the venomous circulation increasing the blood pressure. This imbalance irritates the nerves, produces headaches, rheumatic pains, congestion of blood, dizziness, depression, inflammation of bronchi lungs, stomach and intestines.
Carbonic acid is formed in the body in a similar way as coal gas is when coal is burned. Its excess prevents oxygen from entering into the cells, thus suffocating the cell and tissue. The result is tuberculosis and anemia.
Sulphuric and Phosphorus acids are by-products of starch and protein digestion. The excess of these acids burn up body’s tissues, destroying the cellulose membranes which protect the cell, and in addition dissolve and allow protoplasm to escape into blood circulation. The effects is a systematic break down of the cell, through clogging of the circulation, stagnation and accumulation of blood serum, and a break down of tissue in a form of ulcers and sores.
In addition excess of phosphorus acid over stimulates the brain and the nervous system. The effect is nervousness, irritability, bad temper and hysteria.
It can be seen that all of the above acids are by products of natural processes, however any accumulation and excess can produce systematic degeneration of the body causing horrendous results.
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