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The effect of cooling your CSF from blood plasma?

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by Jack Kruse, Aug 28, 2021.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The brain is like the rest of your body; if you don’t use it, it gets de-conditioned with too little stimulation. It also can be tired out by too much stress or activity from modern life. It needs different "kinds of stimulation or exercise" to increase its varied function and requires both rest and recovery time to consolidate its gains.

    To optimize brain function you need to limit inflammation by lowering the deuterium content of water in your mitochondria and in CSF. This implies you must become a water muse, first and foremost. The autonomic nervous system (ANS) regulation is a function of light and water properly activating one another to control magnetic flux in the spinning ATPase on the 5th cytochrome. Water chemistry is key in getting dissimilar bodies of water in the blood and CSF to transform energy properly. The vagus nerve connects dissimilar "bodies of water" within the human body to make them work coherently to optimize physiologic function. They use the light in that environment to make a connection or allow a mitochondrial disconnection which disrupts energy flows.
    Cells are designed to be a repository of collectible wisdom from nature’s energy and information. That energy and data come to cells as and their energy and data are stored in water. Given our cellular design to capture and collected and decipher waves, no human being itself should be considered impaired innately, there are environmental that cause the impairment. Thus, it is incumbent on the clinician to recommend treatment of the environment their patient is in. People react to an inferior environment, way before their genome is altered. That is what the science of epigenetics and ubiquitin biology are telegraphing us, but the modern paradigm is not listening to this data. You must.
  2. How about a randomized control trial - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6334714/

    We know improving vagal tone and increasing in cardiac-vagal activation -> result in higher heart rate variability and lower heart rate.

    It is the cold temperature aspect of water which causes superficial cold receptors to be innervated by the ophthalmic branch of the trigeminal nerve, which promotes a parasympathetic reactivation and cardiac-vagal activity of the diving reflex.


    During these times of uncertainty - Nature is calling us to immerse ourselves in her cold embrace.

    May we learn to surrender and trust her wisdom.
    Grandpa John
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2021
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