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Medical Terrorism – Arthritic Pains

Learn to differentiate arthritic pains and we will tell you the best treatment for them. According to our style of natural medicine, there are different types of treatments for arthritic pains. Additionally, I denounce the advertisements for pharmaceuticals and the “terrorist” doctors.

Today, I will denounce “terrorist” doctors and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) that have serious side effects. Don’t risk having a stroke caused by pain medication.


Arthritic pains can manifest in different forms. There are hot pains, where the affected area feels warm, cold pains, which occur when the patient is exposed to cold temperatures and the affected area lacks heat, and pains that manifest due to humidity, which can be either cold or hot. Each of these pains has a different treatment, which we will teach you, along with dietary principles, fresh juice combinations, and beneficial foods that you might already have in your kitchen. Most importantly, we’ll highlight foods to avoid.


There’s no need to buy any pills. Despite publicly acknowledging the side effects of certain drugs, some patients cannot tolerate the pain or have endured it for so long that they are easily convinced to use these medications. I will explain how they use fear to sell drugs.


Prepare to share this blog with anyone suffering from general pain, especially arthritic pain or limited mobility. Share this video, as it won’t reach far without your help – you know why…


I will criticize several TV ads that dramatize the use of medications. One ad mentions the risk of stroke, with the spokesperson saying, “Even though I live with a higher risk of stroke.” This means that even while taking the medication, the pain might not be completely relieved, and the patient still has a higher risk of stroke. So, they’re not misleading you – whether you take the medication or not, you have the same risk. They also warn you not to stop taking this drug unless advised by your doctor, as stopping it increases the risk of an attack. Additionally, it can cause severe illnesses and, in rare cases, fatal bleeding. They advise against taking it if you have an artificial heart valve or experience abnormal bleeding while on the medication.


The ad continues: You might bruise more easily, and bleeding might take longer to stop. Seek immediate medical attention if you experience sudden bleeding, unusual bruising, or an increased risk of bleeding if you take certain medications.


Another ad I will expose states: “A body at rest tends to stay at rest, while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. Staying active can actually relieve arthritis symptoms.” They suggest that a single dose of the drug can help relieve arthritis pain and provide relief for 24 hours to many people with arthritis, pain, and inflammation.


You and your doctor must balance the benefits and risks. All prescribed NSAIDs, such as CeleBREX, Ibuprofen, Naproxen, and Meloxicam, carry the same cardiovascular warning. They all can increase the chances of a heart attack or stroke, which can lead to death. This likelihood increases if you have heart disease or risk factors such as high blood pressure. Prolonged use of NSAIDs can increase the chance of severe skin or allergic reactions, stomach and intestinal problems like bleeding and ulcers, which can occur without warning and can cause death. Patients who also take aspirin and the elderly have a higher risk of stomach bleeding and ulcers. Do not take this drug if you have stomach or intestinal bleeding or have had an asthma attack, hives, or other allergies to aspirin.


Get help immediately if you have swelling of the face or throat or difficulty breathing. If you hear all these warnings in an ad, you might wonder how anyone could risk taking them.


When health issues are not properly addressed or treated with incorrect treatments, they worsen to the point where the pain becomes unbearable, and the “terrorist” doctor will tell you that your condition is incurable and may worsen, scaring you to the point where the risks seem like a fairy tale that rarely happens. Furthermore, this same doctor never offered a natural alternative or a remedy to prevent or even relieve your condition.


A patient with arthritic pain should limit their diet to anti-inflammatory foods instead of pro-inflammatory foods.


Principles of diet for all types of arthritic pain:

  • Low in sugar

  • Low-fat diet, focusing on unsaturated fats

  • Vegetarian diet

  • Elimination/rotation diet: Eliminate the suggested foods and rotate the ones that help.


Fresh Juices:

  • Black mission figs, preferably non-homogenized goat milk.

  • Black cherries

  • Green kale

  • Celery, parsley (decoction for 7-8 minutes)

  • Beef joint broth

  • Cucumber, endive, and goat whey (together)

  • Celery and apple


Therapeutic Foods for All Types of Arthritic Pain:

  • Sesame seeds, kale, artichokes, green beans, millet, celery, barley, okra, almonds, collard greens, turnip greens, raw goat milk, goat whey, black mission figs, gelatin (make a mold with sugar-free cherry concentrate), burdock root, cherries, pineapple, quince, watercress, blackberries, black currants, mustard greens, lemons, lettuce, olive oil.


Foods to Avoid:

  • Nightshade vegetables (Solanaceae family): tomatoes, green peppers, cayenne potatoes, bell peppers, eggplants, tobacco. Note: It may take 4 to 6 weeks to eliminate all nightshade compounds from the body.

  • Animal products, cow’s milk, and other dairy products due to promoting pro-inflammatory mediators (PGE2)

  • Spinach, asparagus, rhubarb, coffee, caffeine, sugar, refined foods, fried foods

  • Food intolerances


Variant for Cold-Type Arthritis:


Therapeutic Foods:


  • Garlic, green onions, pepper, black beans, sesame seeds, chicken, lamb, mustard greens, ginger, small amount of rice wine (if no hypertension), spicy foods, grapes, grapevine, parsnip, warming foods.


Specific Remedies:


  • Rub garlic or ginger on painful areas.

  • Drink green onion tea and rub it on painful areas.

  • Rub rice wine on painful areas and drink a small glass at night.

  • Drink grapevine tea added to red wine.

  • Tea made from parsnip, cinnamon, black pepper, and dried ginger.


Avoid:


  • Raw foods, cold or cooling foods


Variant for Damp-Type Arthritis:


Therapeutic Foods:


  • Barley, mung beans, mustard greens, red beans, millet, sweet rice wine with meals, corn silk tea, diuretic foods, foods that eliminate dampness.


Specific Remedies:


  • Cook barley, mung beans, and red beans together.

  • Drink corn silk tea.


Avoid:


  • Foods to be specified based on individual conditions (continuation of the list may be provided in further pages or sections).



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Dr. Lemus is a critical reviewer of the food industry, he focuses on toxic additives, environmental pollution, clean water, and the unnecessary use of medical drugs, in favor of natural therapeutic methods.

He has extensive experience and training in various disciplines and modalities of natural medicine, including food science, nutritional biochemistry, homeopathy, Chinese medicine, herbalism, bioenergetics, acupuncture, iridology, colon health, and individual biochemistry with more than 45 years in clinical experience. He is the founder and creator of Lemus Natural Medicine, a unique individualized natural medicine modality that utilizes scientific and laboratory data.

 

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