Hes soiledsystem, if you indeed had high ammonia in your blood, it could sort of add up to my urea theory, in a sense that by some bacteria
and fungi urea gets converted to ammonia
and carbomate, by an enzyme called Urease. And most people should not have high Ammonia, as it should be converted back to Urea by an enzyme called "carbamoyl phosphate synthase" to be excreted. But what if a pathogenic organism that is causing our symptoms is also feeding on ammonia?