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2016, № 61

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Chemical reaction of mammals’ stomach

The article describes the fundamental researches that reveal the fact that during the lifetime of all higher mammals, including humans, in their stomach an amazing protective chemical reaction goes on, which is based on gastric hydrochloric acid and a complex of minerals, results of which are chemical resistant chlorinated compounds (CRCC). These mineral chlorine salts are released and function in bodies of absolutely all living higher beings. In microbiology laboratory artificially in a sterile glass container all chemical components were gathered together, the very same as are in living higher mammals’ stomach. Under favourable conditions of their fermentation, in complete darkness, certain acidity, above-zero temperature, similar to the living body - acid-fast mico-fungal bacterium has grown in the chloride medium and released from its fungal derivatives an antibiotic of a bright red colour. Saturating with its antibacterial contents each section of the living body, bright red antibiotic is distributed by the bloodstream and accumulates in living tissues of the body, thus preventing from settling of putrid germs in blood medium during lifetime. The misunderstood and not fully comprehended rapid chemical process of disintegration of food ingredients or feed, with simultaneous reunion of biochemical derivatives in one single unit and the birth within the gastric chamber of chemical resistant chlorinated compounds (CRCC) or mineral chlorine salts, for many millennia retarded the clue to the cause of many up to this day virtually untreatable bacterial diseases, such as tuberculosis and brucellosis.
Keywords: Living organism, hydrochloric acid, chemical resistant chlorides (HSHS), minerals, bright red antibiotic
DOI: 10.21515/1999-1703-61-143-149


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  1. Kulyasov Petr Aleksandrovich, PhD in veterinary medicine, Kalmyk state University named after B. B. Gorodovikov.
  2. Tyurbeev Tseden Badmaevich, PhD in agriculture, Kalmyk state University named after B. B. Gorodovikov.
  3. Mandzhiev Kirsan Vadimovich, master student, Kalmyk state University named after B. B. Gorodovikov.