Joint Pain or Arthritis

Toe To Head Pain

Joint Pain or Arthritis

Two main kinds of arthritis are recognized clinically, osteoarthritis

and rheumatoid arthritis. In osteoarthritis the joints

have bacteria living on the deposits left there. In rheumatoid

arthritis the bacteria come from larger parasites—wormlets actually

living in these joints. The worms are the common little

roundworms whose eggs hatch into microscopic wormlets that

travel.

Hookworms, strongyles, and whipworms.

We have four common roundworms: Ascaris, hookworm,

Strongyloides, Trichinella. Their life cycle normally directs

them to travel to the lungs but in some people they travel through

the entire body, including brain, muscles and joints. More

research is necessary to explain this. My suspicion is that there

are toxins, like mercury, thallium, cadmium, lead, as well as

solvents, distributed through the body, lowering immunity and

allowing the tiny larvae to reside there. Once the pathway

(routing) to these organs has been established, it continues to be

used by other parasites as well. Soon a variety of parasites, their

bacteria and viruses, and pollutants are all headed toward these

organs.



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