Leg Pain In Children

Toe To Head Pain

Leg Pain In Children

It is commonly accepted

as normal(!) in children to

have pain in the shins or

calves of the leg. They may

even be called “growing

pains.” Children may cry

with the pain and never tell

anyone the reason for

crying. It happens mostly

after napping. This may be

caused by cramping of the

leg or spasms of the blood

vessels. Lead toxicity is a

common cause of both. Test

for the presence of both

lead and cadmium in the tap

water. Only your own

electronic tests are helpful.

Water department tests are

much too crude.

If either poison is

All disposable diapers I

tested had mercury and thallium!

These toxins can be absorbed

through babies’ skin.

found, test the water supply from each faucet in the house, in the

morning, before it has been run. Find the offending sources,

change the water pipes to polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

Also search for thallium or mercury in the child’s saliva. If it

is there, remove all dental metal. Stop using all commercial

disposable diapers, dental floss, cotton swabs and bandages;

they are polluted with mercury and thallium probably from

manufacturing them in foreign countries where it is legal to

sterilize with mercuric chloride. Test again, several times, after

plumbing or dental work has been completed. To relieve pain:

• immerse legs in warm water

• massage legs gently

• give 25-50 mg niacin, not time-release, to dilate blood


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