Posted by michael
on November 30, 1999 at 01:58:47:
In Reply to: jaw joint and teeth pain posted by Bobby on November 20, 1999 at 21:18:25:
: I have sero-negative inflammatory arthritis. It affects almost every joint in my body. Feet, knees,hips, shoulders, fingers, neck and jaws. Recently, though, my worst pain has come from neck and jaw joint pain which causes me to have a constant headache. The jaw joint pain is also affecting my teeth and causing them to ache badly. Chewing is difficult and eating is becoming a challange. My jaw joints are swollen and painful. Has anyone else experienced bad jaw joint and teeth pain? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
dear bobby. what yoy need to do is to detoxify your large bowel.With detoxification the metabolic pathwways of the body release toxic waste into the bloodstream which is then eliminated via the colon, liver, kidneys and skin.Initial signs of detoxification include fatigue, muscle and joint pain, skin rashes, headaches, diarrhea, nausea and or vomiting.This is a positive sign of health renewal, even though it can be uncomfortable.This is known as the healing crisis of the body.
If and when the body can no longer get rid of the toxins via natural detoxification,then disease will prevail either in the colon or in those other organs mentioned.When toxins settle in the colon, then depending upon where that is in the colon, then it will be that part of the body which will be affected.for example, if the problem lies within the ascending colon, the right side of the body will be affected, if in the descending colon, the left side of the body will be affected, and if in the transverse colon the head and shoulder areas will be affected.it would appear in your case that the whole of your colon has some toxic settlement in it .remember to drink plenty of water when you detoxify. all the best michael