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Kirkman on bites

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I Decided to look it up this what i found not sure if its true but it says they quoting Kirkman on the bites and turning into a zombie.

Robert Kirkman wrote:
The rule is: WHATEVER it is that causes the zombies, is something everyone already has. If you stub your toe, get an infection and die, you turn into a zombie, UNLESS your brain is damaged. If someone shoots you in the head and you die, you're dead. A zombie bite kills you because of infection, or blood loss, not because of the zombie "virus."[3]

So if Lee does not get a fever or have lots of blood loss he wont become a zombie.

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  • Except the infections caused by bites are 100% lethal.

  • The bacterial inoculum of human bite wounds is rich in oral flora, as saliva contains as many as 100 million organisms per milliliter, representing as many as 190 different species. Moreover, most of these injuries occur on the hands, and hand wounds of any cause have a higher infection rate than do similar wounds in other anatomic locations.

    And these aren't healthy people doing the biting. Decaying bodies are bacteria factories.

  • What if you pour bleach on it immediately?

  • Took this off a medical website about fighting infections without antibotics


    Dr. Bergner said that Herring's Law of Cure was developed from observations made at a homeopathic hospital. It appears that smallpox went through one wing of the hospital and all the patients came down with the disease. When they got the smallpox, the symptoms of their original illness, mumps, fever, etc. disappeared. After successfully treating the patients homeopathically for smallpox, however, the original disease they had returned. What Dr. Herring hypothesized was this: When the body is fighting off one disease, and another more serious threat is presented to the body, the body will quit fighting off the first disease and tackle the more serious problem. Once the system has rid itself of the more serious threat, it will go back to work on the less serious illness. This is why Herring's law tells us that the body heals "in reverse order of symptoms suppressed." In his lecture, Paul Bergner, said that when people have infections they are manifesting good symptoms of a healing crisis, fever, inflammation, etc. Then, we introduce an antibiotic, a concentrated mold toxin, into the system. The body takes a look at the mold toxin and says, "Wo! We have a serious threat here." So, it quits fighting the infection and starts working to get rid of the mold toxin. Thus, the symptoms of infection disappear.

  • Sugar---and its cousin, honey---have been used to treat wounds for thousands of years. Modern research has proven its medical abilities, including providing topical nutrition, stimulating tissue growth, reducing inflammation and exhibiting broad-spectrum antimicrobial action. Battlefield conditions require effective, inexpensive, easy-to-use and non-toxic methods for treating wounds. Sugar meets these conditions and should be included in all medic supply kits.

  • @AceStarr said: Took this off a medical website about fighting infections without antibotics


    Dr. Bergner said that Herring's Law of Cure was developed from observations made at a homeopathic hospital. It appears that smallpox went through one wing of the hospital and all the patients came down with the disease. When they got the smallpox, the symptoms of their original illness, mumps, fever, etc. disappeared. After successfully treating the patients homeopathically for smallpox, however, the original disease they had returned. What Dr. Herring hypothesized was this: When the body is fighting off one disease, and another more serious threat is presented to the body, the body will quit fighting off the first disease and tackle the more serious problem. Once the system has rid itself of the more serious threat, it will go back to work on the less serious illness. This is why Herring's law tells us that the body heals "in reverse order of symptoms suppressed." In his lecture, Paul Bergner, said that when people have infections they are manifesting good symptoms of a healing crisis, fever, inflammation, etc. Then, we introduce an antibiotic, a concentrated mold toxin, into the system. The body takes a look at the mold toxin and says, "Wo! We have a serious threat here." So, it quits fighting the infection and starts working to get rid of the mold toxin. Thus, the symptoms of infection disappear.

    "successfully treated the patients homeopathically"
    ya... you might want to check your source there

  • I'm not sure what Kirkman's on about. In The Walking Dead, bites are a death sentence. I can recall several occasions where a character gets a minor bite but still dies or has to get a limb cut off. Maybe its just that its impossible not to get a bad infection from a bite.

  • Its the equivalent to getting bit by a komodo-dragon, you Die from the bite not because of the wound, but because of whats on the wound, Lee will end up dying, dont try to fool yourself, the comics have shown it doesn't care and TTG is trying to mirror him, He is Dead people... I don't like it either but Lee is gone come episode 5.

  • The problem is dead people don't have saliva in their mouth. Or they shouldn't, but what do facts matters?

    And what deadly infection can you get from a human bite? Komodo dragons, like regular house cats, have deadly saliva. Again, dead people don't salivate...

  • They don't walk around and eat either. Your point?

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