Arthritis/joint and muscle pain.

Arthritis is a classic symptom describing diagnosis, “arth” meaning joint, “itis” meaning inflammation. You know you are in pain, the question is why? Common causes of joint pain are from inflammatory compounds (toxins) being deposited in the tissue because of inadequate liver and/or kidney function not removing the toxins from the blood. Any intestinal inflammation will also add to this deposition. Taking a steroid (which suppress the inflammatory process) may relief the pain short term, but it will come back because the cause was not corrected. By determining why your tissues are inflamed you can take the corrective actions to resolve the pain. Drugs such as NSAIDs (Ibuprofen, Tylenol, etc,) and opioids can offer temporary pain relief, but they cause other damage to your body the longer you take them. Inflammation is how your body repairs. It can’t finish the repair process if it is continually stimulated because the toxins are not being removed.