Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is often associated with a low-grade streptococcyl infection – usually in tonsils. A person becomes allergic to either the toxin or their own antibodies. When examined the patient often has enlarged lymph nodes, particularly in the neck region.

If one treats the lymph system by improving the circulation through the large, and partially blocked lymph nodes the ability of the patient to throw off the infection is greatly increased. At the same time they are able to make anti bodies properly and can thus often get rid of the allergies causing the disease.

Treatment to alleviate would be Interx, Shiatsu and Nutritional advice with suppliments.

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