In the old days, Parkinson’s was fairly limited to symptoms like a tremor and a shake. Now a combination of symptoms such as general stiffness, aches and pains, confusion, depression, and anxiety may be miscategorized as Parkinson’s.
If doctors were handed the tools and training they needed, they would discover that the true foundation of Parkinson’s is the toxic heavy metals mercury, aluminum, and copper interacting with each other in the brain and oxidizing there, causing corrosive runoff that spreads into adjacent connective tissue in the brain. The toxic heavy metals’ discharge injures neurons, defuses electrical impulses, and starves neurotransmitters of the electricity and fuel they need in order to stay healthy and active.
That’s part of what causes the severity of Parkinson’s patients’ involuntary shaking and tremors. Another part is that there are large deposits of toxic heavy metals and other contaminants spread out in many areas of the brain, surrounding neurons. The neurons become hypersensitive to pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fragrances, scented candles, air fresheners, colognes, perfumes, and gasoline, worsening already weak neurotransmitter chemicals. Neurons become dysfunctional, and neurotransmitter chemicals defuse and dehydrate.
In Parkinson’s, toxic heavy metals are concentrated deep inside the brain. While someone may have higher or lower metal levels, it must be just the right blend of mercury, aluminum, and copper touching each other to cause the tremors and shakes of “classic” Parkinson’s.
Publicly known medical communities are operating without the knowledge that toxic heavy metals are classic Parkinson’s real cause. They also don’t realize that viruses can lead to false Parkinson’s diagnoses. When a virus is feeding off toxic heavy metals in the body, releasing neurotoxins that saturate the brain, this can cause tremors, confusion, and brain fog—and this chronic viral load can be mistaken for Parkinson’s.
This item posted: 10-Aug-2023
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