Is There a Mycoplasma Arthritis Treatment

First, what the heck is mycoplasma, let alone a mycolpasma arthritis treatment. Most people including doctors are in the dark concerning mycoplasma. While doctors may have encountered mycoplasma in medical school, that has not translated into diagnosis and treatment in the real world, of all mycoplasma’s manifestations.

Mycoplasma was reportedly first cultured in Bovine in 1898 By Nocard and Roux. It was later found in humans and was known as Eaton agent or Eaton’s agent. I Guess Eaton was the unfortunate individual who had it.

Rarely if ever, patients who contract pneumonia are informed that the likely source of their illness is mycoplasma. It seems the secrecy or failure to educate the patient keeps them in complete control and keeps you looking to them for magic.

There are numerous types of mycoplasma, so the more you know about, its origin, the pathogenesis, and its treatments would certainly benefit the individual considerably.

It’s common knowledge that people who die from Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) often die from Pneumonia. There is a very clear link to the M. genitalium strain of mycoplasma.

There are really over 100 forms of arthritis but the most common forms are osteoarthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), psoriatic arthritis (PsA), fibromyalgia and gout. You probably know someone with one of these diagnosed conditions.

Now let’s talk about osteoarthritis specifically. This type of arthritis occurs because of  excessive weight and or overuse of joints without joint rebuilding nutrients to restore cartilage, connective tissue, and synovial fluid that keeps joints healthy. When it comes to bones and joints, there is no chemical on the planet that can regrow cartilage and connective tissue, only nutrition.

Rheumatoid arthritisis is said to be an autoimmune disease. That means the immune system is said to attack parts of the body, especially joints. This in turn leads to inflammation, which can cause severe joint damage if when not treated appropriately. The real question is can drugs effect a long term treatment?

I take issue with the above statement. The body is your only true friend and seeks self preservation even when you don’t. I see Rheumatoid arthritis as an indication of a body out of balance combined with a mycoplasma infection. It is reported that when you fully nutrify the body and kill the mycoplasma, the condition goes away.

I will leave it to you to speculate on why your doctor either does not know this or just isn’t telling you. I will reiterate that the genesis of all degenerative diseases stems from nutrient deficiency (the tools the body uses to regenerate itself). A chemical can’t do that!

So even when they successfully give you relief from the condition, you are still left with the original problem of nutrient deficiency, which contributed to the problem in the first place. Mycoplasma has to be killed and removed from the body and the immune system needs to be fortified against it.

The news is not all bad however, because in the alternative community there are some interesting development that if true will vanquish mycoplasma and also perform some needed hormone regulation as well. I will present to you a video that is worth considering, especially for arthritis

 



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One Reply to “Is There a Mycoplasma Arthritis Treatment”

  1. I just reviewed the one about Borax or Boran. It was very informative. Just enough words. I write too many. I only suggest headings which I have for you. You use a different color (I like the dark orange) and a font size bigger than your comment. I shared the video with several people on FB and Tweet so far. Keep up the excellent work. Oh, I have a desk computer and like the way you did the Archives. If you are doing this for a tablet or phone or a smaller version, I have a good one you can use. If not, just cut your content into two sentences. I love the desktop myself. But you see people all the time on their little tablets. Your Website is so exciting, I want to read more. Thanks.

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