Rheumatoid Arthritis is Permanently Curable
Rheumatoid arthritis causes enormous suffering and is more and more frequently seen in people. Officially it is considered an autoimmune disease. However, autoimmunity is not the cause; autoimmunity has its causes. Immune cells are produced in the bone marrow and migrate to the vast area of the intestinal mucosa, where they learn to distinguish between what is harmful and what is useful. Arthritis results from a deep damage in the gut microbiome and the intestinal immune system, causing the production of incompetent lymphocytes that will react against the body’s own tissues.
It has been scientifically proven that a vegan raw food diet can reduce the inflammation in the joints. The usual immunosuppressive therapy makes the disease chronic because it does not address the cause, and the patients suffer from side effects, some of which are dangerous. With a vegetable, raw food diet, on the other hand, the inflammation in the joints quickly subsides and the immunosuppressants can be discontinued after a few weeks. After that, in general, more or less severe degenerative damage remains in the joints. These can be effectively cured with neural therapy and the cartilage can be gradually rebuilt with injections of autologous platelet-enriched plasma.
At the Bircher-Benner Clinic, patients with rheumatoid arthritis have been cured for more than 100 years with success. This way of healing is described in our Bircher-Benner Manual No. 10: For Patients with Rheumatism and Arthritis, ready for practical use and a path that is worthwhile.