Morgellons Researchers

Help With Morgellons Skin Lesions – Part 2

 

Free Radical Polymerization

I have identified the process in which Morgellons forms as free radical polymerization as per my blog article called ”Radical Polymerization in Morgellons”, of course,  this Material Science process has not been positively verified to date, however, by process of elimination, there is no other process in science that fits this description.

Hydroxyl group

Looking at the Hydroxyl group in Wikipedia:

”In chemistry, hydroxyl is composed of molecules consisting of an oxygen atom and a hydrogen atom connected by a covalent bond (single bond). The neutral form is a hydroxyl radical. The hydroxyl anion (OH−) is called hydroxide; it is a diatomic ion with a charge of negative one. When linked to a larger molecule the hydroxyl group is a functional group (–OH).

The term hydroxyl group is used to describe the functional group –OH when it is a substituent in an organic compound. Organic molecules containing a hydroxyl group are known as alcohols (the simplest of which have the formula CnH2n+1–OH).

Hydroxyl radical

The hydroxyl radical, ·OH, is the neutral form of the hydroxide ion. Hydroxyl radicals are highly reactive and, as a consequence, short-lived; however, they form an important part of radical chemistry. ”  [1]

Hydroxyl is a form of fruit acid Alpha-Hydroxy-Acid or short AHA.   Hydroxyl is found in fruits…and especially in bananas. That’ the reason why some Morgies report that putting a banana peel on their lesions helped to clear them up?

The main source is sugar cane juice.  Here’s a site according the Hydroxyl in bananas. I think the bananas should be quite ripe to have the highest effects…

Effect of hydroxyl radical on the scission of cellular wall polysaccharides in vitro of banana fruit at various ripening stages.

Fruit ripening is generally attributed to disassembly of cellular wall, particularly due to solubilisation and depolymerisation of pectin and hemicellulose.

Effects of ·OH induced by the Fenton reaction on the scission of pectin and hemicellulose in vitro were investigated.

As fruit ripening progressed, the sugar components of the WSP, HC1 and HC2 attacked by ·OH showed obvious molecular-mass downshifts.  OH production in pulp tissues increased significantly as banana fruit ripened, which further help account for the role of ·OH in accelerated fruit ripening.

Alpha and beta hydroxyl acids are similar to a microdermabrasion or exfoliate treatment. They slough off the top layers of the skin thus promoting new skin cell growth. Additionally they claim to stimulate the production of collagen and elasticity in the skin.

Alpha hydroxyl acids are derived from fruit, milk and sugars. They are represented on skin care labeling as:

Glycolic acid – sugar cane
Lactic acid – milk
Malic acid – apples and pears
Citric acid- oranges and lemons
Tartaric acid – grapes

Beta hydroxyl acid is salicylic acid which is derived from aspirin and is oil soluble. Beta hydroxyl acid is best for oily skin that is prone to breakouts, blackheads and whiteheads. The acid is able to penetrate deep into the pores to exfoliate and clean. Furthermore, because Beta-hydroxyl acids are derived from aspirin they retain anti-inflammatory properties [2].

Of course, it is believed that there are a variety of pathogens happening inside the Morgellons lesion simultaneously and we see where the baculoviral aspect can be in its different stages, all of these factors need to be considered when deriving lesion healing recipes.   I believe a good place to start  is with a base from the hydroxyl group to slow down the chain reproduction aspect [3].

References:

[1].  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydroxyl

[2].  http://tinyurl.com/yefekq6

[3].  Parts of this article were written with the research help of: http://morgellons2.wordpress.com/

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October 2, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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