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I wanted to create this video on rheumatoid arthritis and what I would do if I had this condition here’s the problem when you try to research and type on Google rheumatoid arthritis the entire first page second page third page is all the same old-same only talked about the symptoms prognosis diagnosis and drug therapies there’s no real alternative methods there’s not a lot of great information so one thing that I do is I study medical textbooks I study older patents that give a lot of great research that you can’t find on Google that relate to natural remedies and people are trying to patent those remedies for various conditions so if you watch my videos I’m going to show you a lot of links between a condition or a symptom and a potential cause or a potential remedy that you may not be aware of that you can then do further research that being said let’s dive right into rheumatoid arthritis it’s an autoimmune disease that means that your body is attacking itself and these antibodies which means against body are attacking your own tissues okay that’s kind of weird but I’ll explain my theory on this and usually affects the joints the wrists hands feet the hips a lot of pain inflammation stiffness fever sometimes it can affect the lungs the heart rashes fatigue dry eyes basically it can affect a lot more than joints okay so what you need to know is rheumatoid arthritis is a systemic problem which can give a clue to the potential cause because anytime you have inflammation that affects the entire body you want to think pathogens the area that I researched is between what type of pathogens are involved in RA well it just so happens that they have found certain bacteria and I’ll put the data below from your mouth in the synovial fluid in RA patients which is interesting now this makes sense because it explains why your body might attack it’s joint okay because there’s something in the joint there is a pathogen in the joint and the body is trying to kill it in the process it creates a lot of collateral damage now understanding the pathogen connection is very important and how you gonna address it because if you have a systemic problem that involves microbes one thing that I would do is I would do ozone therapy okay ozone therapy is very toxic to your lungs so you’re not gonna breathe it in you would actually go to a place that does this and they would inject it and they would circulate through the body but if you research ozone and rheumatoid arthritis you’re gonna find a whole bunch of interesting information so ozone therapy would be one of the most important things to do if you have RA because ozone kills microbes okay and it also will flood the body with oxygen so it can potentially wipe out some of these pathogens and give the person a lot of relief another thing that would be very beneficial would be oregano oil oregano oil is also really good to kill pathogens throughout the body now if your research oregano oil with rheumatoid arthritis there just happens to be a whole bunch of research on that using that to improve this condition now I would also take vitamin d3 and at least 30,000 I use of course anytime you take the three you want to take k2 like 300 micrograms now the reason why you want to take d3 is because d3 can act like a natural prednisone or a cortisol without the side effects because one of the medications they use with RA is prednisone prednisone is an anti-inflammatory it’s basically a synthetic cortisol and vitamin D can act like were salt in the body to help with inflammation so that’s definitely something that I would recommend and then potassium now I’ve done a video just on this one nutrient and RA you can watch that down below and i recommended 6,000 milligrams of potassium try to get the majority of this through your foods and then maybe you can Supplement there’s additional research on potassium in our a of improving inflammation improving swelling and also improving insulin resistance which will also indirectly drop inflammation so potassium is a very important mineral to help reduce inflammation zinc would be also important to not long term but I would say one to two weeks because anytime you take zinc like only zinc for a period of time it can throw off copper and b6 so you could take copper with it you could take b6 with it but let’s say for example you just want to take b6 take it for a couple weeks two hundred milligrams three times a day because zinc is also really important in all sorts of biochemical pathways that reduce inflammation and of course number five this is a given I’m assuming you already know this fasting vital to drop inflammation in your body and the healthy version of the ketogenic diet both together very important for dropping inflammation because ketones are anti-inflammatory all right guys there you have it the seven things that I personally would do for myself if I had rheumatoid arthritis thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please 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I wanted to create a video on RA (rheumatoid arthritis) and what I would do if I had RA.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease which means your body is attacking itself.
Rheumatoid arthritis can cause:
• Joint pain and joint stiffness (wrists, hands, feet, hips, wrists)
• Lung issues
• Heart issues
• Dry Eyes
Rheumatoid arthritis is a systemic problem. Any time you have inflammation that affects the entire body, you want to think pathogens.
But, what type of pathogens are involved in RA? Well, they have found certain bacteria from your mouth in the synovial fluid in RA patients. This explains why your body may attack the joints.
Here is what I would do:
1. Ozone therapy
2. Vitamin D + K2 (Vitamin D – 30,000 IU) (K2 – 300mcg)
3. Potassium (6,000 mg)
4. Zinc (200 mg – 3 times per day for 1-2 weeks)
6. Oregano oil
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