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Rheumatism - cause & therapy

Rheumatism – cause and therapy

Topic Overview

  1. The rheumatism lie
  2. Rheumatism – Cause
  3. Rheumatism – consequences
  4. Rheumatism – triggers
  5. Rheumatism – Therapy
  6. What does it depend on which tissue is affected?
  7. Why are the courses episodic?

1. The rheumatism lie

Rheumatism is the result of a misdirected immune system, in which immune cells of the human organism attack the body’s own healthy cells.

A rheumatic disease usually accompanies those affected throughout their lives. Despite all the advances in research, doctors can only alleviate the pain and, thanks to modern therapies, halt the destruction of the joints.

2. Rheumatism – Cause

In the case of the so-called autoimmune diseases are infections with pathogens and poisoning by synthetic substances that are foreign to the body and do not occur in nature.

These usually manifest themselves in already damaged or overstrained joints and muscle-tendon attachments. There they are attacked by our white blood cells.

3. Rheumatism – Consequences

The result is recurrent inflammatory processes, which can be evaluated as a self-healing reaction to fight the pathogens.

It leads to the complete destruction of cartilage, capsules and joints, with accompanying loss of function. These are replaced by the human organism with functionless connective tissue.

4. Rheumatism – triggers

1. Infection source teeth

Infection foci in the area of the teeth are the most common trigger of autoimmune diseases. In the first place here are teeth that have not been treated medically at all, severely decayed teeth in anxiety patients, and teeth that have not been properly root-treated.

Even professionally root-treated teeth can promote autoimmune diseases in a few cases, which is why this should also be cleaned once a week with a so-called coconut oil pulling treatment or ultrasonic toothbrush.

2. Deposits in the intestine

Due to a lack of digestive enzymes, as a result of the ultra-high temperature and preservation of our industrial food and an often excessive consumption of animal foods, there are severe states of hyperacidity and deposits of undigested foods on the intestinal walls.

The intestine can thus represent a second major focus of infection, where pathogens can multiply explosively and flow from there to other areas of the body.

3. Severe infections

In some cases, autoimmune diseases also occur after severe infections, flu, STDs, gastrointestinal infections, etc.

Particularly in the case of pathogens with a high virulence, a few microbes can settle in the human organism even after the infection has subsided.

In states of physical weakness, for example extreme stress, hypothermia states or lack of sleep, these can multiply again and trigger autoimmune diseases.

4. Implants

It is rare, but among patients I have personally cared for, implants have also been the trigger of autoimmune diseases.

A port after chemo or metal implants do not have a blood supply, which means that pathogens here are protected from human phagocytes and can multiply.

A few days after Entfrenen Ports, one patient’s rheumatism decreased significantly and after a few weeks all symptoms had subsided.

5. Food additives

From visually good looking food, to vegan sausage or vegan cheese.

The use of industrially hydrogenated fats and synthetic, chemical additives in the food industry is increasing.

Some of them are excreted by the body, but others are deposited in the human organism.

If the immune system does not manage to break down the food additives over a longer period of time or if it is exposed to larger amounts, the immune system will develop so-called antigens against them.

Wherever these synthetic, chemical additives are deposited, the immune system will then begin to attack them.

6. Environmental toxins

Environmental toxins are everywhere. Exhaust fumes, chemical vapors in car interiors, chemical wall paints, children’s toys or even tattoo colors.

In addition to heavy metals and color particles, the so-called plasticizers in plastic represent one of the greatest dangers among environmental toxins. Due to a very similar structure to iodine, these are particularly strongly deposited in the thyroid gland.

In addition to the enormously high amounts of synthetic iodine in our industrial food, they block the capacity for naturally occurring bioavailable iodine from natural foods.

As already explained with food additives, environmental toxins are also attacked by the immune system sooner or later.

7. Lipid nanoparticles

The so-called lipid nanoparticles are used in third-generation vaccinations. Their long-term effects have not been researched.

Similar to industrially hydrogenated fats in margarine, potato chips or vegan cheese, they cannot be metabolized by the human liver.

Hardened fats in foods are predominantly deposited in the blood vessels due to their molecular size and various protective barriers of the human organism.

Lipid nanoparticles can break through these protective barriers due to their tiny molecular size. Consequently, they manifest themselves in large parts of the human organism, even directly into the cell.

If our body does not succeed in breaking down and eliminating the lipid nanoparticles, antigens will also form here in the long term and these will be attacked by the immune system.

8. L-histidine and L-histidine hydrochloride

The amino acids L-histidine and L-histidine hydrochloride are used as active ingredient boosters in third-generation vaccines.

Basically, these are simply amino acids, but they are isolated and administered in high doses.

Imbalances in the amino acid profile can lead to serious health problems.

L-histidine is the starting substance for the production of histamine. In moderation, histamine is an important tissue hormone, for the containment of environmental and insect toxins.

In excess, histamine leads to complete overreactions in the immune system.

In people with pre-existing conditions, it can cause vascular occlusion and anaphylactic shock, even death.

In the long term, this can lead to so-called histamine intolerance and put the immune system on permanent alert. The smallest amounts of toxins may now be sufficient in the future to trigger such overreactions of the immune system.

9. Graphene oxide

Graphene oxide is very likely to be used in third-generation vaccines.

Due to its storage capacity, it is a very important chemical element in nanotechnology.

For the human organism, on the other hand, it offers no scientifically justified benefit.

Partly graphene oxide is excreted again by the body, but partly it is deposited in the human organism.

If the immune system does not manage to break down these substances over a longer period of time or if it is exposed to greater stress, the immune system will develop so-called antigens against them.

10. Spike proteins

The cells of the human organism are induced by third-generation vaccinations to produce spike proteins themselves. The body is supposed to produce antigens against these.

How long the cells form spike proteins is as yet unknown and certainly also strongly dependent on the individual case.

However, following the work of Charles Darwin, the body should also promptly stop producing the spike proteins, as this process is neither natural nor harmless to the human organism.

However, in the short term, our immune system is not designed to break down such amounts of spike proteins in such a short time.

Consequently, spike proteins are deposited in the human organism, primarily in the cardiovascular system. There they are attacked by immune cells.

If the production of spike proteins continues for too long, the immune system will, in the worst case, begin to attack spike protein-producing cells directly.


5. Rheumatism – therapy

1. Treat teeth

Since experience shows that infections of the teeth are the most frequent trigger, the first thing to do is to get to the bottom of it.

Did the autoimmune diseases coincidentally occur for the first time after a root canal treatment? Is bad breath present, receding gums especially on a decayed or root-treated tooth? Does a pustule occasionally form even on a tooth again and again?

Then the probability is quite high that there is a focus of infection in the mouth that needs professional dental treatment.

Complementary to this or if you have some well root treated teeth, it is recommended to use an ultrasonic toothbrush or do a coconut oil pulling treatment once a week.

In the coconut oil pulling cure, you should pull a teaspoonful of coconut oil through your teeth for about 10-15 minutes. After that, be sure to spit out the coconut oil and rinse your mouth thoroughly.

Coconut oil has antiviral and antibiotic effects. Most pathogens are in the mouth anyway, and health-promoting bacteria are not affected at all.

2. Intestinal cleansing and sanitation

Indications that the gut also contributes to autoimmune disease include other medical conditions, such as food intolerances, allergies, flatulence and skin diseases.

If you have one of these secondary diseases, you should definitely start a one-month course of intestinal cleansing and rehabilitation with the product Dioluxsan Duo.

In case of severe problems of the intestine, the cure should be done for at least 2-3 months.

3. Avoid environmental toxins

Of course, it is not possible to protect oneself one hundred percent from environmental toxins. However, unnecessary risks should be avoided e.g.

4. Eliminate orthopedic malpositions

In autoimmune diseases affecting the musculoskeletal system, it is of course also essential to eliminate orthopedic malpositions.

Physiological body statics must be restored and muscular imbalances corrected.

In the field of orthopedic clinical pictures alternativ selbst behandeln offers many useful self-treatment programs.

Furthermore, treatment with a professional physiotherapist can help eliminate misalignments.

5. Heavy metal elimination

Smokers, people with tattoos, after second and third generation vaccinations or even after improper handling of chemicals, should inevitably also be a heavy metal elimination with zeolite and bentonite. should be carried out.

6. Healthy diet

A healthy diet plays a major role in patients with autoimmune diseases.

On the one hand, intestinal health is always a very central point, and on the other hand, more environmental toxins should not be brought into the human organism through food.

Furthermore, a healthy diet creates an environment in the body where health-promoting bacteria feel at home and pathogens do not.

7. Remove infectious implants

If autoimmune diseases are associated with infectious implants, these must be removed.

8. General health promotion

There are many other smaller factors that can have an influence on autoimmune diseases.

A lack of happiness in life, negative stress, lack of exercise poor air quality or insufficient sleep can have a negative impact on our health and autoimmune diseases.

To many ranges there is with alternatively self treat prevention programs for a better lifestyle and better health.

6. what did it depend on which
tissue is affected?

Synthetic substances foreign to the body will manifest in certain areas of the body depending on individual characteristics.

Here’s how it is with pathogens. Each type of pathogen prefers very individual living conditions, i.e. depending on pH – value, oxygen content, temperature, etc.

Probably the even more decisive factor is the condition of each tissue in the human body. If someone already has damaged menisci due to a severe knock-kneed position, pathogens will settle in this area. The reason for this is the reduced cell voltage.

Every human being is decomposed by pathogens, namely when the life clock has run out. Oxygen saturation decreases rapidly, the body becomes acidic and cell tension goes to zero. The decomposition process by pathogens begins.

Similarly, if the tissue or organ system is severely weakened.

7. why are the courses episodic?

Nature and the microbes as part of it is extremely intelligent. Pathogens are able to organize themselves, usually in an area with poor or no blood supply and where the optimum temperature prevails for them.

This can be a said root-treated tooth, the port after chemo, or poorly perfused muscle-tendon attachments of muscles.

When they have multiplied sufficiently there, they will try to enter other parts of the body not individually, but organized in large quantities.

The immune system then goes on alert and, depending on the type of pathogen, sometimes reacts with an increase in temperature in the affected tissue.

If the immune system succeeds in completely eliminating the pathogens, the temperature drops again and the flare-up is over for the time being. However, healthy cells may also be destroyed during each episode.