Leg Pain In Adults
Toe To Head Pain
Leg pain in adults is usually associated with cadmium or
thallium. Cadmium is present in tap water that runs through corroded
galvanized pipes. The cadmium is probably a contaminant
of the zinc used for galvanizing. Test the water, electronically,
for cadmium. If you have all copper pipes but there is cadmium
in the water, there must be a short piece (a Y or a T joint) made
of old galvanized pipe lurking somewhere. Track it down by
testing water from all your faucets.
Cadmium causes the blood vessels to spasm and it is made
worse by smoking, that's why the condition is sometimes called
Smoker's Leg. But extremely painful legs are due to chronic
thallium poisoning more than any other cause!
It is very important to know exactly how toxic thallium is.
Read the clipping on page 417 right now!
Where would you ever get thallium? From your very own
mouth! The mercury in fillings is often itself polluted with thallium!
Replace your amalgam fillings with composite.
Bandages Sanitary napkins and tampons
Toothpicks (the one on the right is ten
years old and had no mercury or
Do not use any
commercial personal products, the risk of pollution is too
Thallium has another source: it is riding along as a pollutant
in cotton swabs, cotton balls, commercial bandages, toothpicks,
floss, gauze, sanitary napkins, tampons, disposable diapers, and
paper towels. Evidently these are being sterilized with mercuric
chloride which, in turn, has thallium pollution.
• Line disposable diapers with a tissue
Line sanitary napkins and pads with a tissue
Use the polyester puff in the top of vitamin bottles in place
of cotton balls. Twirl some around a plastic stirrer for a
Use pieces of tissue and masking tape for bandages.
Use cheesecloth in place of gauze.
Use monofilament fish line (2 or 4 lb. test)
Safe substitutes for personal products.
If you do have thallium in your white blood cells and you
haven't used toothpicks, etc. earlier in the day, then it is in your
tooth fillings and you have no higher priority than getting the
amalgams out. Find a dentist immediately who will remove
them, drilling deeply and widely not to miss a speck of it, thereby
getting the thallium out, too. You cannot cure your leg pains
without removing thallium.