Do You Experience Inflammation?

Do You Experience Inflammation?

Here’s What’s Happening…


By Anthony William, Medical Medium

Inflammation—you’ve probably heard this term thrown around, and, whether you were aware of it or not, you’ve most likely experienced some type of inflammation during your lifetime.

At present, the word inflammation is used liberally in medical communities. If you are suffering from pain in certain areas, a medical professional may deem it inflammation. “There’s inflammation in there,” a doctor may remark after reviewing MRI results. Or, “you’re inflamed,” a practitioner may say when you share you have joint pain, a rash, or strange pains. Really inflammation is a “lazy term,” because inflammation is the result of a deeper issue, it is never the answer itself.

While I support medical professionals observing and
attempting to relieve inflammation, I want these experts and you and your loved
ones to know that inflammation is not the cause of any issue. Nor is it an
independent issue. There is something else going on if you have inflammation—
it doesn’t operate alone. This mistaken belief needs to be rectified.

“Inflammation is a sign that there is a greater problem
taking place in the body. If an individual is complaining of back pain, knee
problems, or gut issues, his or her doctor or practitioner may suggest that
inflammation is to blame. And, while inflammation may be present, it is never
the answer. It is simply an indication that something else in the body needs to
be addressed. 

Inflammation can occur for two different reasons, and sometimes both at once.
The first is injury. You fall on ice, you get hit playing sports, or some other
accident occurs, and the body will react with inflammation. Invasion is the
other reason the body can get inflamed, and in the case of chronic
inflammation, the invader is a pathogen. No matter what else you’re told out
there, these are the two sole reasons for inflammation.

You’ll frequently hear that chronic inflammation is the result of the body’s
immune system going after itself—that is, that it’s an autoimmune response.
That’s because medical communities don’t yet have the tools to detect just how
often viruses such as EBV and HHV-6 and bacteria such as strep are present in
the body. These invaders, which sometimes also cause injury by damaging
tissue, are the real sources of your body’s inflammatory responses. The body
never attacks itself. Any antibodies present, even if they’re labeled
autoantibodies, are really there to attack a pathogen and attend to, repair,
and heal tissue injured by that pathogen.

The liver is a campground for various pathogens such as viruses and the
poisonous materials that feed them. Viruses will also release their own poisons
such as neurotoxins, which go after the nerves and contribute to inflammation.
The virus cells themselves, once escaped from the liver, can also attack
different parts of the body. For example, as I detailed in Thyroid Healing,
EBV will attack the thyroid, creating the thyroid inflammation known as
Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Virus cells will also go after weak spots, which is
how you can find yourself with an old injury that either won’t heal or flares
up for no apparent reason.

real relief that delves beneath the surface to the root of chronic
inflammation, the Liver
Rescue 3:6:9
 in Chapter 38 of Liver
and antiviral, antibacterial protocols in Thyroid
 and Medical
 are there for you.”

– Excerpts from Liver Rescue by Anthony William, Chapter 19.

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