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Leg pain (children & adults)

The Cure for All Diseases by Dr Hulda Clark

The Cure for All Diseases by Dr Hulda Clark



by Dr Hulda Clark


Leg pain in children

It is commonly accepted as normal(!) in children to have pain in the shins or calves of the leg. They may even be called “growing pains.” Children may cry with the pain and never tell anyone the reason for crying. It happens mostly after napping. This may be caused by cramping of the leg or spasms of the blood vessels. Lead toxicity is a common cause of both. Test for the presence of both lead and cadmium in the tap water. Only your own electronic tests are helpful. Water department tests are much too crude.
If either poison is found, test the water supply from each faucet in the house, in the morning, before it has been run. Find the offending sources, change the water pipes to polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
Also search for thallium or mercury in the child’s saliva. If it is there, remove all dental metal. Stop using all commercial disposable diapers, dental floss, cotton swabs and bandages; they are polluted with mercury and thallium probably from manufacturing them in foreign countries where it is legal to sterilize with mercuric chloride. Test again, several times, after plumbing or dental work has been completed. To relieve pain:
• immerse legs in warm water
• massage legs gently
• give 25-50 mg niacin, not time-release, to dilate blood vessels.

leg pain in adults
Leg pain in adults is usually associated with cadmium or thallium. Cadmium is present in tap water that runs through corroded galvanized pipes. The cadmium is probably a contaminant of the zinc used for galvanizing. Test the water, electronically, for cadmium. If you have all copper pipes but there is cadmium in the water, there must be a short piece (a Y or a T joint) made of old galvanized pipe lurking somewhere. Track it down by testing water from all your faucets.
Cadmium causes the blood vessels to spasm and it is made worse by smoking, that’s why the condition is sometimes called Smoker’s Leg. But extremely painful legs are due to chronic thallium poisoning more than any other cause!
It is very important to know exactly how toxic thallium is. Read the clipping on page 417 right now!

From pg. 417 Cure for All Diseases
I was astonished to find thallium in mercury amalgams! It couldn’t be put there intentionally, look how toxic it is:
TEJ500 HR: 3
THALLIUM COMPOUNDS
Thallium and its compounds are on the Community Right To Know List.
THR: Extremely toxic. The lethal dose for a man by ingestion is 0.5-1.0 gram. Effects are cumulative and with continuous exposure toxicity occurs at much lower levels. Major effects are on the nervous system, skin and cardiovascular tract. The peripheral nervous system can be severely affected with dying-back of the longest sensory and motor fibers. Reproductive organs and the fetus are highly susceptible. Acute poisoning has followed the ingestion of toxic quantities of a thallium-bearing depilatory and accidental or suicidal ingestion of rat poison. Acute poisoning results in swelling of the feet and legs, arthralgia, vomiting, insomnia, hyperesthesia and paresthesia [numbness] of the hands and feet, mental confusion, polyneuritis with severe pains in the legs and loins, partial paralysis of the legs with reaction of degeneration, angina-like pains, nephritis, wasting and weakness, and lymphocytosis and eosinophilia. About the 18th day, complete loss of the hair on the body and head may occur. Fatal poisoning has been known to occur. Recovery requires months and may be incomplete. Industrial poisoning is reported to have caused discoloration of the hair (which later falls out), joint pain, loss of appetite, fatigue, severe pain in the calves of the legs, albuminuria, eosinophilia, lymphocytosis and optic neuritis followed by
atrophy. Cases of industrial poisoning are rare, however. Thallium is an experimental teratogen [used to induce birth defects for study]. When heated to decomposition they [sic] emit highly toxic fumes of Tl [thallium]. See also THALLIUM and specific compounds.
Fig. 61 Thallium excerpt.
Thallium pollution frightens me more than lead, cadmium and mercury combined, because it is completely unsuspected. Its last major use, rat poison, was banned in the 1970s. Every wheelchair patient I tested was positive for thallium! One current use for thallium is in Arctic/Antarctic thermostats. When added to mercury the mercury will stay liquid at lower temperatures. Are mercury suppliers then providing the dental industry with tainted amalgam?

Where would you ever get thallium? From your very own mouth! The mercury in fillings is often itself polluted with thallium! Replace your amalgam fillings with composite.

Fig. 12 Do not use any commercial personal products, the risk of pollution is too great.
Thallium has another source: it is riding along as a pollutant in cotton swabs, cotton balls, commercial bandages, toothpicks, floss, gauze, sanitary napkins, tampons, disposable diapers, and paper towels. Evidently these are being sterilized with mercuric chloride which, in turn, has thallium pollution.
• Line disposable diapers with a tissue
• Line sanitary napkins and pads with a tissue
• Use the polyester puff in the top of vitamin bottles in place of cotton balls. Twirl some around a plastic stirrer for a swab.
• Use pieces of tissue and masking tape for bandages.

Fig. 13 Safe substitutes for personal products.

If you do have thallium in your white blood cells and you haven’t used toothpicks, etc. earlier in the day, then it is in your tooth fillings and you have no higher priority than getting the amalgams out. Find a dentist immediately who will remove them, drilling deeply and widely not to miss a speck of it, thereby getting the thallium out, too. You cannot cure your leg pains without removing thallium.

Leg Pain Protocol
1. Stop smoking.
2. Repair plumbing.
3. Do dental cleanup and chelate out the mercury and thallium that has gotten into your tissues with EDTA (see Sources). You will need to find a chelating doctor; ask a friendly chiropractor to help you locate one. Or at least take thioctic acid 100 mg, (2 three times a day) and vitamin C (5 gm or one teaspoon) daily for a month. [NB: See oral chelation]
4. Take magnesium oxide 300 mg (take 1 twice a day).
5. Take niacin, as much as you tolerate-time release varieties are less effective. Try 50 mg with each meal.
6. Change your diet to reduce phosphate and include milk (sterilized).
7. Do the herbal Kidney Cleanse (page 549) followed by a Liver Cleanse (page 552).
8. Zap yourself on alternate days at bedtime. If this zapping makes no difference whatever, your problem is purely spasms. But if you get relief, even if it’s very short lived, you must have killed something. Bacteria must come from somewhere. Concentrate your efforts on dental health and better diet.


(The Cure for All Diseases pg.69-73 copyright)