Toe Pain

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Toe Pain

The ends of your feet get the poorest “service” from your

blood supply. They are the furthest away. The blood here has the

most accumulated acid and the least oxygen supply. The body

produces quite a bit of uric acid and this should, of course, be

excreted into the bladder by the kidneys. But if the kidneys are

doing a poor job of this, levels in the body and blood stream rise.

The blood can only hold so much. It holds even less in acid

conditions such as the ends of your feet experience. Uric acid

begins to settle out or precipitate at our feet.

Hippuric acid, too, is found where pain is found. Hippuric

acid is made in large amounts (about 1 gram/day) by the liver

because it is a detoxification product. It makes no sense to consume

benzoic acid, the common preservative, since this is what

the body detoxifies into hippuric acid. Read all labels on food

you buy. Don't buy any beverages or baked goods preserved with

benzoic acid. Citric acid is fine. The joints of the big toes are

favorite places for pain to develop. This is made even worse

when circulation is poor. Take a cayenne capsule with each meal

to improve circulation. If you cannot find your pulse just below

your inner ankle your circulation is poor.

The accumulation of uric and hippuric acid invites bacteria to

feed on them. As bacteria multiply the tissue fights back with

inflammation. Now the stage has been set for pain. Some people

do not have pain although these acids and other deposits are

present making their joints knobby and unbending. Bacteria have

not found them yet or haven't multiplied sufficiently in them to

invade your tissues. Perhaps there are other reasons as well.

If you have toe pain your course of action is this:

1. Kill all bacteria possible with your zapper. Repeat daily

until no further benefit is seen.

2. Dissolve the deposits away. An herbal recipe, quite elaborate,

is capable of doing this. It is called the Kidney

Cleanse (page 549). Toe deposits are made of the same

crystals as kidney stones, which is why the Kidney Cleanse

works for toe pain. But because these deposits are far away

from the kidney, it takes longer than merely cleaning up

kidneys. It may take six months to make a significant dent

on these deposits. This will at the same time remove kidney

crystals so that these are no longer a source of bacteria.

3. Get teeth cavitations cleaned (cavitations are bone infections

in the jaw where a tooth was pulled; it never healed;

see Dental Cleanup page 409). This can “magically” stop

the toe pain the same day as they are cleaned. The effect

lasts for days afterward showing it is not the dental anesthetic

that is responsible. It also teaches you that the bacteria

in the toes can come from the teeth. But pain may return

as other bacteria find the deposits.

4. Clean the liver of stones using the Liver Cleanse (page

552). This, too, can give immediate pain relief in the toes

showing you they are a source for bacteria. Liver cleaning

may take you two years to complete! Meanwhile your toe

pain is receding. And, of course, this pays extra dividends

5. Reduce the acidity in your toes. First, check your acidity

with pH paper meant for testing urinary pH, called NitrazineTM

paper. Ordinary pH paper, as for fish tanks, is

almost as accurate and will serve as well. Tear a ½ inch

piece and hold it in the urine stream. Early morning is the

time your urine is most acid. If this reads below 5.5 your

feet must have been even lower in the night (lower is more

acid).

Once deposits start, it is hard to stop them. If they start

forming at 2 a.m., they are likely to continue for several hours

even if the pH goes back up to normal. Your tactic will be to go

to bed with an alkalizing action. Taking a calcium and magnesium

supplement at bedtime, drinking milk at bedtime, using

baking soda at bedtime are all remedies to be tried. They should

raise your urinary pH to 6 in the morning.



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