Admittedly, many children’s diseases can be beneficial insofar as the accompanying fever disposes of pathological material within the body that might otherwise cause more serious health problems in later life. This does not mean, however, that we should directly expose children to diseases. They will break out soon enough anyway, so the older and stronger a child is the more easily it will overcome them.
If a child’s illness is correctly treated, that is to say, in a natural way and supported in the course it takes, it will be welcome as a cleansing process of the system. The fever burns up and destroys all kinds of toxins which have remained in the baby’s system from the embryonic stage of development. Observant physicians agree that those who have never had any of the children’s diseases accompanied by fever succumb more readily to all sorts of other diseases, even malignant ones, later on in life. This observation proves the wonderful healing power of fever.
The majority of children who do not recover easily from a children’s disease owe this failure to inappropriate treatment. The worst thing that can happen to a child is the suppression of normal disease symptoms — fever and rashes — by means of chemical medicines. Remember, a fever is the internal defence reaction of the body; it burns up or destroys poisons entering from outside and those that have accumulated in the body. Rashes are often a natural way of conducting these toxins out of the system and on to the skin or through the pores. Neither the temperature itself nor its external reaction must be suppressed, because all too often the suppression results in severe damage to the heart, the nervous system or the lungs.
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