Malcolm Kendrick pens a witty foray into the complex realms of biological 'mechanisms'.
How do the elements involved know their part in a whole? - or the Inuit?
Pathogenic theory (Theos) posits fragmentation and conflict as its 'normal' such that All the king’s horses and all the king’s men fight for the narrative by which to officially model 'wholeness or function' under their Say So!
Wizards of Oz have ways to shout out any other fitting thought that of itself would rise to restore wholeness to a state of functional expression of a wholeness that of course precedes any attempt to fix it.
The complex of biology in chemical terms is a modelling of states that are always in flux. Its very difficult to find what you are not looking for, and so fitting fragmentary flux together again is firstly an artefact of the modelling by which it is identified as parts, each unto itself to play many parts in an ungraspable but already living organ that is itself assumed to a part in a larger puzzle set in mortal consequence.
Electrical activity underlies all things as charge domains, patterns of order and resonance that align instantly as a whole field of fluctuating information and energy exchange. Blood and cell gel is living water. But what then is the breakdown of the capacity to support and carry the felt function of life?
Grasping from a sense of lack, as a claim to possession, defended as a face set in Say So!. Even this is a relationship of charged domain - excepting to seek completion by getting from others, while cannibalising itself as a stuck cycle of lack-driven compulsion. Closed systems deplete as non living nodes unless reintegrating to the terrain of which they of course cannot be truly apart from.
As for vitamin supps, synthetic or naturally derived, bioavailability, or fittingness is part of wholeness in function. When we take out what we call active ingredients we leave out the 'junk' which eventually is discovered to have informational qualities hitherto unrecognised. Seeking magic health from outside will reflect an unowned or 'faced' away from sense of self and life, perhaps in regard to relational conflicts in our formative years that set recognisable patterns of strategy for survival - but we are not there now.
I'm not sure about ascorbic as a persistent oral intake in regard to our gut biome - which is so active in adaptive transmutations but given little room in our mousetrap models, except to sell probiotics. Perhaps buffered C is better in that regard?
Some say supping D depletes A and needs K2. Imbalances may be adaptively worked around so as not to show up immediate symptoms. By the time things 'fall apart' the actual cause is forgotten amidst the drama at the crime scene.
To persist in a dead end is to become deadened.
But to recognise a futile or self-defeating pattern of thought and behaviour and release it is to suddenly reconnect with a greater life that was here already but diversioned from in what we call wilful, but which actually represents a loss of true willingness to a set mind.
Inuit or I knew it! is our innate or indigenous being.
Why journey into dead ends only to come home?
To arrive at our starting place and know it for the first time.