Neck & upper back pain
The Cure for All Diseases by Dr Hulda Clark
by Dr Hulda Clark
Upper Back Pain
The main pain may be a dull ache over a shoulder blade, or between the shoulder blades or running right through you from the front to the back of the chest. These are all gallstone pains coming from the liver! Get yourself ready to clean them out. >Clean the kidneys
first, kill all the parasites
that might be residing in the bile ducts and blocking them (flukes, pinworms and roundworms) and get onto a maintenance parasite program. Then mark your calendar for your first liver cleanse. Even if your first cleanse gives you only a dozen bits of green “stuff” you have done well; you have accessed the bile ducts. The pains will probably be “magically” gone the next day, but they might start to return in two days. The bile ducts are having spasms again due to the remaining stones.
After you have cleaned out 1,000 or more, you will get permanent relief. Repeat every two weeks, unless ill, until the upper back pains are gone, permanently. If chest pain or upper back pain is severe, try going off your favorite high fat food (ice cream, butter, cheese). Also try taking 6 valerian capsules, 4 times a day including bedtime to relieve the spasms.
Back Of Neck Pain
The back sides of the neck seem to be highways that run between the teeth
and liver. Both contribute to pain at the back of the neck. Pulling an infected tooth or cleaning a cavitation can bring complete relief, only to return the next time a tooth is extracted. Extractions should be followed by cleaning out the cavity
created so an infection can’t start here. Cleaning the liver can also bring immediate relief, only to find pain and stiffness to return months later. You must cleanse many times for permanent relief.
An allergic reaction to potatoes and tomatoes can express itself in neck pain too. When the liver can no longer detoxify the chemicals (solanine, etc.) in this food family they are free to roam the body with the circulation. Perhaps they prefer to attach themselves at a particular neck site and cause inflammation here. Perhaps an injury was already there, beforehand. Whiplash is often blamed for back-neck pain and indeed chiropractic adjustments can bring total relief. Perhaps the trauma of whiplash first invited all of these contributors. Merely killing bacteria with a zapper
is not long lasting. But dental cleanup
plus liver cleansing is.
Front Neck Pain
Lymph nodes under the jaw strain your body fluids of the head, removing bacteria and toxins. They are sometimes called “neck glands.” If the stream of bacteria is endless such as when they are coming from a hidden tooth infection, the lymph nodes will enlarge to do a better job. They will also try to remove toxic metals, mouthwash, and toothpaste for you.
To see what is affecting your lymph nodes, purchase a slide of lymph nodes. Since we have lymph nodes in many locations in the body, you can’t single out the neck nodes for study. So you will get to see all the toxins affecting lymph nodes everywhere: PCBs in your underwear being removed by groin lymph nodes, lead in your intestinal lymph nodes from the water you are drinking, mercury in your neck lymph nodes from amalgam fillings. Eliminate all these. Don’t rest as long as any of your glands are enlarged.
Roland Sanford, 23, had minor pain and a lot of stiffness along the sides of his neck. His arms had some numbness. He only had one metal tooth filling but his whole body was toxic with samarium, beryllium, indium, copper, cesium, and mercury. When it was replaced, his neck pain and numbness got better.
Audrey Doyle had severe neck pains she attributed to sitting all day and sleeping in her wheelchair. She had to take pain killers to get to sleep at night because they were so bad. She knew eating cream and butter made it worse but she had no will power, she said. After a liver cleanse, getting “thousands” of tiny stones, she was free of it.. for one day! But it was enough to convince her and she was determined to be off pain killers.
(The Cure for All Diseases pg.156-157 copyright)