Scleroderma is a version of psoriatic arthritis, which is basically an eczema or psoriasis accompanied by deeper tissue pain, joint pain, and often sensitivity to cold and heat. Once again, the body’s not attacking itself, and it’s not genetic. In scleroderma, a different EBV strain than the common eczema ones is at work, and it’s feeding on more mercury than copper. Common sources of mercury here include pesticides, insecticides, and fungicides. Symptoms come from dermatoxins and neurotoxins combined, with dermatoxins affecting the skin and neurotoxins affecting deep connective tissue and joints.
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