Beyond the individual immune system there are, or were, additional layers of protection that are often overlooked and are now under chemical assault
In the medical freedom movement we focus a lot on the wisdom of the body’s innate immune system. But that’s just one (very complicated) piece in a much larger and more interesting system.
The microbiome is the community of microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria, and viruses that exists in a particular environment. In humans, the term is often used to describe the microorganisms that live in or on the body, such as the gastrointestinal tract or the skin. But the individual microbiome exists within a community microbiome and the larger microbiome of the planet itself. Sometimes these microbes are beneficial, other times not so much, but life itself involves the interaction and exchange between our cells and the microbial cells in us and all around us.