Doctors who practice in this field of medicine say rheumatoid arthritis is not an “auto-immune” disease at all. Rather, the immune system is attacking the amoeba, which hides out in areas of the body that get less blood flow, like the cartilage of joints. In the process, the immune system ends up attacking the tissues of the body where the amoeba lives. If the amoeba is in the colon it is called ulcerative colitis. If in the small intestine it is called Crohn’s disease. If in the joints rheumatoid arthritis. If in the blood, lupus. If in the nerves, multiple sclerosis (MS). If in the skin psoriasis or scleroderma.
... practitioners who have made breakthroughs in successfully treating rheumatoid arthritis by killing these amoebas with anti-amoeba drugs like Metronidazole and Allopurinol. Better results are seen when the anti-amoeba drug is accompanied by nutritional support and removal of environmental toxins that weaken the immune system, such as mercury from mercury amalgam dental fillings. Good results are often seen in as little as six weeks. Damage to joints cannot be reversed, but chronic inflammation usually goes away. An astounding 80% of his rheumatoid arthritis patients got relief. Many with no recurrence of symptoms.