Leg pain in adults is usually associated with cadmium or thallium. Cadmium is present in tap water that runs through corroded galvanized pipes. The cadmium is probably a contaminant of the zinc used for galvanizing. Test the water, electronically, for cadmium. If you have all copper pipes but there is cadmium in the water, there must be a short piece (a Y or a T joint) made of old galvanized pipe lurking somewhere. Track it down by
testing water from all your faucets.
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It is commonly accepted as normal(!) in children to have pain in the shins or calves of the leg. They may even be called “growing pains.” Children may cry with the pain and never tell anyone the reason for crying. It happens mostly after napping. This may be caused by cramping of the leg or spasms of the blood vessels. Lead toxicity is a common cause of both. Test for the presence of both lead and cadmium in the tap water. Only your own
electronic tests are helpful. Water department tests are much too crude.
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Sometimes heel pain is due to heel spurs, sometimes it is not. Heel spurs are due to deposits. The usual heel deposits are uric acid and various phosphates. Uric acid deposits become a breeding ground for bacteria. The phosphates give the deposits a rigid structure that is hard to dissolve. You may have to choose a pain killer, get specially built “orthopedic” shoes, or stop your daily walks to get relief from the piercing pains. These will not cure the problem but may “buy you some time” while you make basic changes in your lifestyle.
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This kind of pain does not involve as much deposits as toe pain and is therefore easier to clear up. But trauma to the foot is more important. First, even though your shoes are comfortable, change them. Get wider shoes, longer shoes, lower heels. Alternate two pairs of shoes in a single day. In your home take shoes off.
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Most persons with painful deposits anywhere in their feet have a morning urine pH of 4.5! At 4.5 it is safe to guess that a lot has precipitated again in the night. During the day, your body’s pH swings back and forth. Continue reading “Balance Your pH”
The ends of your feet get the poorest “service” from your blood supply. They are the furthest away. The blood here has the most accumulated acid and the least oxygen supply. The body produces quite a bit of uric acid and this should, of course, be excreted into the bladder by the kidneys. Continue reading “Toe Pain”
In order to find which organs have the bacteria and which bacteria are present you will need to learn the new technology that makes all of this possible. This technology is a simple electronic circuit that is capable of trapping frequencies in such a way that you can hear them. Your body’s frequencies, the frequencies of bacteria, viruses and parasites are all different and can be heard as distinctly as a mooo, baah, tweet, or oink coming from a farm yard.
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I would rather die than endure excruciating, unrelievable pain. That puts pain at the very top of my priority list.
Fortunately for us, pain killers are at hand to get us through it and buy us the time it takes to solve the real problem behind it.
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