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Pain is often the primary urge that causes most of us to go to the doctor for a checkup.

How to relieve pain with the self-healing method? (Usually, it is necessary to combine several types of treatment)

  1. Anti-inflammatory nutrition. (The effect is relatively slow)
  2. Cleansing the Liver, Gallbladder, Intestines, Kidneys. (The effect is relatively slow)
  3. Herbs and various supplements. (The effect is relatively fast)
  4. Other anti-inflammatory therapies. (The effect is relatively fast)
    1. Although acupuncture can be painful at times, it effectively relieves pain.
    2. Massage, reflexology, and moderate exercise can often alleviate mild chronic pain.
    3. Direct and controlled sun exposure has analgesic properties. Vitamin D3 is critical to the proper functioning of the immune system. (superior to any supplement)
    4. Cupping therapy, Scraping (Chinese Gua-sha), Dipping feet in ginger water, Medical leeches.

Pain is a body defense mechanism designed to warn of the cumulative damage to cells and tissues. Pain relief involves repairing the damage created by inflammation. Sometimes it is a lengthy process. The main problem is that painkillers and asteroids do not cure inflammations that caused pain in the first place.

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10/09/2020 17:35
I have made many attempts to treat my severe liver disease in private clinics in Israel and the United States. Not only did they not help me, but they harmed me and extorted considerable sums of money.
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