ARTHRITIS – A Complementary Approach


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The following excerpt was taken from The Cure For All Diseases, by Hulda R. Clark, Ph.D., N.D.

Introduction, Arthritis

Knowing that parasites and pollutants are the real culprits (of arthritis), let us get right down to the job of finding out which they are, where they come from, and how to get rid of them.”

The parasites that cause pain are not the large ones, like worms or amoebas. Nor are they very tiny viruses. They are bacteria. Bacteria are the right size to get into the doorways of our cells. Our cells try to keep their doorways shut tight; but of course, they have to open to let food in, or hormones, or other life signals. If bacteria are swarming around the outside of cells, some will manage to slip into a doorway when it is open. A battle begins. The cells refuse to let the bacteria in. The bacteria refuse to let go of the door latch. There is probably a specific electrical attraction between them, and an exact physical fit. The body's extra forces, the immune system, are called in to quell the invasion. The bacteria multiply as fast as they can. There is swelling. There is heat produced. There is pressure against other organs. All together it is called inflammation and infection (of arthritis).

The answer is not to de-inflame the arthritis with drugs (like the cortisone variety). The answer is not to reduce swelling or body temperature. The answer is certainly not painkillers. The answer is to kill the bacteria. (Even this is not the ultimate answer. We must stop the source of the bacteria, and your body's invitation to be invaded. We will get to this later.)

So, Step One is to search for the bacteria nibbling at our painful regions, and to identify them. This gives us the clue to finding their source. Step Two is to exterminate them. Within minutes (of extermination), they fall out of the doorways to our cells. Your white blood cells are waiting for them, and will gobble them up in a grand feast.

But remember, there is another cause of (arthritis) pain – pollutants. Step Three is to find the pollutants and identify them, because this gives us a clue as to their source. Step Four is to eliminate our pollution sources, and the job is done; the pain is gone...”

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Joint Pain, Arthritis

Two main kinds of arthitis are recognized clinically: osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. In osteoarthritis, the joints have bacteria living on the deposits (from vatious pollutants/toxins) 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.

We have four common roundworms: Ascaris, hookworm, Strongyloides, and Trichinella. Their life style normally directs them to travel to the lungs, but in some people they travel through the whole body, including the brain, muscles and joints. More research is necessary to explain this. My suspician is that there are toxins, like mercury, thallium, cadmium, and 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 their pollutants, are all headed toward these organs.

Osteo or Common Arthritis

When joints are painful, it is a simple matter to kill the bacteria. Maybe it will stay away, but chances are the bacteria have a steady source, such as a Staph or Strep infection.

The most common source for Staphs and Streps are small abcessess in the jawbone, and under and beside old extractions, root canals and mercury fillings. You may get immediate pain relief just from a dental cleanup, and again disappointment may follow. Staph and Streps are such ubiquitous bacteria, they may come not only from jawbone infections but also from gallstones, kidney stones, and other parasites. The correct treatment for arthritis is a complete overhaul of body health - a diet-cleanup, a body cleanup, and an environmental cleanup.

Start with the herbal parasite cleanse. Follow this with a kidney cleanse; then liver cleanse. If any toxin is overlooked, especially asbestos and fiberglass, it is sure to find your joints and permit bacteria to return and cause pain. Then, make sure to correct your body acid levels after doing PH measurements of the urine (see page 57 - “Balance Your Ph”).

Arthritic deposits contain a large amount of phosphates combined with calcium. The calcium came from some other bone., such as the base of your spine, or your wrist. Here the bones are getting weaker because of this calcium loss. Calcium was taken out of your bones for the simple purpose of neutralizing the excess phosphate in your diet. Reduce phosphate consumption (meats, grains, soda pop) by half, eating fish, milk, vegetables and fruit instead...(Dairy products must be boiled before consuming, and should be no less than 2% butterfat.) Drink three cups of milk a day. If you are allergic to milk, do several liver cleanses, switch brands of milk, use milk digestant, and use it in cooking and baking. Cheese and cottage cheese are not substitutes for milk (the calcium stayed in the whey). It takes bile to make calcium absorbable, yet milk with less than 2% butterfat does not trigger the gallbladder to empty its bile at mealtime!

Rheumatoid Arthritis

When inflammation and swelling affect your joints, besides pain, it is called rheumatoid arthritis. In addition, a blood test may reveal “rheumatoid factor” to be present. In this case, the common tiny roundworms have infected your joints.. The are Acaris, Ancylostomas, Strongyloides, and Trichinella. Their eggs are everywhere around us, in dust and dirt and the filth ubder fingernails and our own bowel movements.

Superior sanitation is your best defense. Rinse fingernails in alcohol (do NOT use isopropyl alcohol – it is hazardous to your health, but rather a 1/5 mixture of grain alcohol and water) after cleaning up bowel movements, or changing diapers. Never, never tolaerate long fingernails in any family member. If this discipline can't be enforced, do not allow food preparation by “long nails” unless gloves are worn. He or she may not be getting ill (yet) from the family parasites, but you are. Of course, you can kill them with a zapper (internally, not the ones under the nails) but that is after you have been infected. They are easily picked up again. It would be wise to zap for roundworms every week, just in case. Make sure your pet is treated with parasite herbs, or by zapping, as well. . .

. . .To summarize, do everything for (for Rheumatoid Arthritis) as for Osteoarthritis.emphasizing the roundworm parasites for elimination.

Allergic Arthritis

A prominent food toxin that is said to affect knees is piperine, found in the pepper family which includes black and white pepper (not cayenne). The Solanaceae family of plants (potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, tobacco!) also has a common “allergen” that produces joint pain. Try going off these for two weeks to see if it helps. Two more chemicals that can trigger arthritis-like pain are hippuric acid and phenylisothiocyanate (PIT).

Your body makes large amounts of hippuric acid, up to a gram a day. It is the product of benzoic acid detoxification by the liver. Quite a few fruits contain natural benzoic acid. But we can easily triple and quadruple our benzoic acid intake by consuming commercial beverages and pastries where benzoic acid is used as a preservative. It is indeed a “natural” preservative. All of it must be detoxified, though, and this gives us way too much hippuric acid. The kidneys are unable to excrete such overloads of hippuric acid, so it distributes itself in our organs.

I suspect a simple mechanism could explain its pain-triggering action: hippuric acid molecules could attach themselves to our cell's conductance channels, keeping the gates jammed open. This might invite bacteria and viruses to enter there. But there are also hippuric acid-loving bacteria that feed on it. Perhaps hippuric acid can cause pain without the help of bacteria. This requires further study.

It is only sensible for persons with chronic pain not to consume benzoic acid (or benzoate) preserved foods. (In addition) PIT is a food chemical found especially in chicken, eggs, the cabbage family, and peas. PIT is also part of the body's own chemistry, taking place in the liver, and involving detoxification of cyanide-containing foods. Many vegetables, notably the cabbage family, contain such cyanides, giving them protection from insects, disease, and grazing animals. It can take the liver a week to detoxify a meal full of these cyanides: in the meantime, PIT levels are higher in the body. PIT is very reactive. In fact, it is the chemical used as a general reactant with amino acids in the well known Edman degradation reaction. But now, your body is the reaction flask, supplying the amino acids. Since all organs supply amino acids, it is no wonder they can all react to PIT, giving you multiple allergic reactions and pains.. . (Therefore), If you have any kind of arthritis, avoid foods that are preserved with benzoic acid, stop eating the high-PIT foods, and clean the liver until you are free of all allergies you are aware of.

. . .The answer is simple. The common roundworms are everywhere about us, sanitation is poor, and our civilized lifestyle leads to deposit formation that invites bacteria. But knowing this, you can stop your pain and remove the causes to become one of the first humans to achieve a permanent cure (of arthritis).”

These excerpts were taken from The Cure For All Diseases, by Hulda R. Clark, Ph.D., N.D., pages 78–85. Although cancer and HIV and AIDS are also in The Cure For All Diseases, to find out more about those diseases, check out Hulda Clark's other books, The Cure For All Cancers, The Cure For All Advanced Cancers, and The Cure For HIV and Aids.

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