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Extreme reduction in water intake (e.g., less than 200 ml daily) and colossal under-under-urination (e.g., 100 ml daily) that can be called anuria, and prolonged chronic constipation, all jointly give rise to leprosy, otherwise called the Hansen’s Disease.
However, if a gross under-urinator happens to be a gross under-eater all the time, he would not develop leprosy, since such persons would not accumulate excessive calcium and other solids within the body to an unbearable extent that is required for forced expulsion from the body through dermal outlets*.
(* This is so because; food (+ drinks) is the main contributor of calcium).
Here again, chronic constipation* (that is characterised by defecation of small quantities of slimy stools through twice or more number of times daily), seems to play a major role in the development of the disease.
(* Chronic constipation = as per new definition given in Ecological Healing System - EHS, and not as found in Western-medicine oriented encyclopaedias).
This is so because, under normal circumstances, the faecal matter tends to remove along with it a substantial quantity of calcium from the body, thus reducing the need for its evacuation through leprosy.
Strenuous sweat-out physical exercise, or even hard labour in the absence of sunshine*, tends to speed up the severity of the disease.
(* If the person exposes his body to sunshine for adequate duration, the vitamin-D produced would fix some of the Calcium into the bone, and therefore, the intensity of leprosy would get reduced, or would only be minimal.
On the other hand, if excessive Calcium happens to get fixed in the bones to an unbearable level, then, osteoporosis would occur).
The water content of foods such as gravy, vegetables and beverages help this group of people by providing the minimum water that is required for fulfilling the basic needs of the body.
Lepers do not seem to consume fruits, soups, moru (diluted form of yoghurt), milagutanni (rasam). and the like.
Hansen’s disease is erroneously recognised as a communicable disease, and is said to develop because of the infection by a bacteria called Mycobacterium leprae.
In reality, it appears to be a non-communicable one, for the following two reasons:
Leprosy occurs spontaneously in grossly under-urinating persons even without any source of contact.
Even spouses or children living together, but drinking enough of water and urinating liberally, do not seem to get this disease.
It is quite probable that this bacteria M. leprae is present in a leper only as a secondary invader, somewhat similar to the occurrence of H. pylori in the wounds of duodenal ulcer patients, or Papillomavirus in warts.
Often, prisoners punished for life with hard labour, or on solitary confinement, with almost no facility for liberal water consumption, urination and defecations, appear to be getting leprosy.
It may be of interest to know that Henri Charriere, nick-named Papillion, wrote in his autobiography (1970) that a large number of his fellow-inmates at the French Guiana’s prison called Alcatross, had developed leprosy.
The above occurrence must have been due to a drastic abstinence from water consumption, urination and sunshine, while suffering from chronic constipation all the time.
The phenomenon of leprosy occurrence seems to be more or less similar to that of the gangrene in a diabetic patient, which is characterised by tissue rotting in the legs and the like.
When the water-soluble calcium, magnesium, sodium (cooking salt), aluminium, lead, zinc, copper and several other excesses accumulate to an unbearable extent within the body of an under-urinating person, for want of establishing an alternative excretory method, the brain allows the following to happen:
(a) the decomposition (= rotting) of the tissues at the distal ends in certain organs, such as ear lobes, finger tips, toes, etc., and
(b) ooze out 'molten' organic matter as thick liquids, thus saving the person from death, which could have otherwise become unavoidable.
Sodium (cooking salt) excesses normally get removed through urinations. Whereas, under-urination enhances its retention within the body to a great extent.
The aluminium, copper ,lead and zinc toxicities could have risen from pipes, pots and pans used in the prison.
Other pesticides also could come from unwashed vegetables and contaminated food materials.
In theory, if a leper-prone person is exposed to abundant sunshine, or at least is provided with vitamin-D supplementations, he would develop osteoporosis as pointed out earlier, rather than leprosy.
The above could occur because, the calcium excesses would get fixed to become part of bones, thus a need for its expulsion or oozing out does not exist anymore*.
(* If the quantity of food eaten happens to be little, the ill-effects also would get reduced proportionately).
Leprosy is curable. All it requires is to change completely the lifestyle of the sufferer.
The leper’s water consumptions and urinations should be substantially increased.
The food should consist more of oil-fried carbohydrates, vegetables and fruits. Uptake of dietary salt should be kept to a minimum for a while.
Defecations should also be made smooth, with repeated intestinal cleansing, using some strong herbal laxatives.
Consumption of high fibre foods would help in smooth toileting subsequently, taking care that they do not give rise to chronic constipation.
Drinking distilled or pure rain water, along with acid-natured foods, tends to help tremendously in the rapid removal of the calcium and other toxic excesses.
Additional health-care requirements are given in Palaniappan (1998): Obesity: Causes, Cure and Prevention: Chapter 10: pages 350 -442.
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