Thigh Pain

Inner thigh pain often stems from the sciatic nerve which is suffering pressure at the lower back. If this is so, chiropractic adjustments should help. The correct treatment, after killing bacteria electronically, is to clean up the entire kidney area using the kidney herb recipe.

If this is not the correct explanation, (and you’re not getting pain relief) you may have a trauma—perhaps you overstretched your leg in some exercise. The minor trauma invited bacteria to settle there and give you pain.

If the pain recurs after clearing it several times, there must be a chronic source of bacteria. Since the kidneys are already cleaned, consider the teeth, as well as recurring parasites, and the liver. Clean the liver every two weeks until 2000 or more stones have appeared and no more appear. This could take 1-2 years. Be patient. Do a dental clean up. Keep killing the bacteria so they can’t spread. And, of course, let the painful leg rest.

Hip Pain

Hip pain is always due to bacteria. In fact, these bacteria regularly come from two sources: the kidneys and the teeth. This simplifies the treatment since neither of these places takes a long time to clear.

Start yourself immediately on the kidney cleanse (page 549) to clean your kidneys. Continue on the recipe until the dental cleanup has been completed. Both must be clean together to stop exporting bacteria to the hip.

The dental cleanup could take several weeks if extensive work is required. During this time, kill all parasites electronically. Keep killing bacteria, especially Staphs, Streps, Clostridia, Campyls.

The dental problem is not always on the same side as the hip pain. The jaw may be very fragile and porous, full of invading bacteria. Cleaning these cavitations may give immediate pain relief in the hip (proving the bacterial source). But getting the jaw bone to heal by taking up calcium again is not guaranteed by the cleaning process.

Give your jaw bone every chance to heal:

  • Start taking vitamin D (40,000 to 50,000 u.), every day for three weeks from the day of the dental work or before. After this, take it twice a week forever. Do not take more.
  • Take vitamin C (1+ gm a day) and B6 (250-500 mg a day) for healthy gums.
  • Get one gram of usable calcium in your daily diet.