Finger Pain

This is pain in a joint, often accompanied by some enlargement or knobbyness of the joint. It is not hard to recognize these as deposits of the same kind as we saw in the toes. You can test yourself to identify the variety. Uric acid and phosphates are the commonest types. Read the section on toe pain (page 55) for detailed instructions. You can greatly reduce your finger joint deposits and the size of the knobs. In six weeks after starting the kidney cleanse and changing your diet, the knobs may already be shrinking. A large magnet (5000 gauss—used only as directed) may bring pain relief but only dental cleanup and environmental cleanup will give you lasting improvement.

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