what causes Muscle Diseases
Non Painful Diseases
There are a variety of muscle wasting diseases, thought to be
genetic in their cause. Yet, what could be more easily inherited
than a parasite? Persons living together share food, living habits.
refrigerators, and parasites. Their shared genes indeed give them
similar susceptibilities but if we take muscle parasites away,
muscle diseases “magically” disappear.
Of course, there is no magic involved. It is actually hard
work. Hard work to rid the whole family of parasites that are
shared and possibly were present even at birth. Parasites that
normally don't go to the muscles. For example liver flukes and
intestinal flukes. They belong in the liver and intestine! Yet, in
muscle disease they show up and reproduce themselves in the
muscles. The reason for this becomes clearer when you see that
certain solvents have accumulated there. Heavy metals, bacteria,
and viruses have accumulated there, too. The host's muscles,
instead of kidney and bowel, have taken on the duties of toxic
dumping grounds. Could it be that the regular routes of elimination
were overwhelmed? Or did the muscles, traumatized by
these unusual parasites, invite the toxins? A tantalizing question.
But in seven minutes you can methodically kill everything and
anything that is alive in your muscles and shouldn't be there. Zap
until you are free of all parasite invaders. Your muscles will feel