Tremor is a symptom, not a natural part of aging. The nerves controlling the hands and arms are poisoned. The nerves originate in the brain where the poison has accumulated.
What Is The Tremor?
Did it happen long ago?
It could have happened as long as two weeks ago but not longer. Tremor is the result of ongoing poisoning. It is important to find the poison as soon as you can since the rest of the body will soon be affected, too. Search your memory for the new things that happened in the last two weeks. It is a herculean task but only gets harder each day, so keep notes as you ask:
- Is there new carpeting?
- Is there a different water supply?
- Did somebody bring a vase of fresh flowers?
- Is there a new laundry person
- Is There new furnace?
- Was the place sprayed for insects?
- Is there a new medicine (drug) or supplement? Was remodeling done?
- Is there a new food?
- Is there a new hairdresser?
The list is endless and the situation looks hopeless because so many new things can happen in two weeks. Rather than asking individual questions like these, let’s ask only five general questions and have the assurance that one of them will catch the culprit
Please Check Is It In?
- Is it in Air? This will catch insecticide, flowers, carpets altogether.
- Medicines or supplements?
- Food or on the dishes?
Check Your Surrounding Area
To answer each question, test the item using your Syncrometer searching technique. Make a test substance. Then search a saliva sample for it. To test the air, take a dust sample off the kitchen counter or table (this gives you fresh dust). Pick up the dust with a few wipes by a small, two inch square of damp paper towel. Place in a resealable baggy. To test the water, make samples by putting about a tsp of hot, cold, or filtered water into a resealable baggy with a bit of paper towel in it. Try to get the first-morning water before it has run.
To test the medicines and supplements put one of each in resealable baggies. To test clothing (laundry) use a bit of biggest job. If there are leftovers in the refrigerator or freezer, this helps. You can combine all the leftovers in a single baggy. Frozen things don’t need to be thawed for testing. Still, the chance of missing a food culprit is quite high. Be sure to test everything eaten in a two week time period: unusual things like popcorn, candy, crackers, cookies, health foods and special powders.
- Let us imagine that the air (dust) sample proves toxic (resonates with the saliva sample). What is it in the air that is toxic? These are the biggest suspects:
- CFCs (from leaking refrigerant, check refrigerator and air conditioner by removing them from the house and retesting the dust after three days, or simply buy a non-CFC variety)
- Vanadium (from leaking house gas from a fuel line – repair)
- Arsenic from pesticide (switch to boric acid)
- Solvent from a lamp or can of lighter fuel (take them out of the house)
- Chlorine from water (use carbon filters; remove bleach bottles)
- Asbestos (clothes dryer belt)
- Paint thinner, carpet cleaner (remove from the house)
- Fiberglass from bare insulation somewhere (fix holes in ceiling or wall)
- Formaldehyde (new foam bedding, new fabric or clothing)
- Suppose the water proves toxic (appears in your white blood cells); search for lead, copper, and cadmium. To detect small amounts of propyl alcohol, benzene, or wood alcohol, municipal water tests occasionally occurred —you need not search for them.
- If the medicines are toxic just change brands. Your pharmacist can help you find a replacement brand. Find which ones are toxic and stop using them. (Don’t use up any of the polluted pills or supplements.) They do more harm than good.
- If the clothing or dishes are toxic (appear in the saliva), suspect, cobalt, PCB, Aluminum Stop all detergent use. Use borax, or washing soda, or use paper plates and plastic cups (not styrofoam).
- If the food is toxic, suspect, food molds, Aluminum, bacteria Don’t eat that food anymore.
- Any bacterium or toxin that invades certain brain centers can cause tremor. The most common culprits are Shigella, mercury, thallium and arsenic. Try to identify these for your sake as well as your loved one. The Salmonellas and Shigellas will have come from some food. Be sure all dairy foods, including butter and whipping cream, are sterilized. Parasites come from meats. Be sure no undercooked or fast food meals are eaten. Kill all bacteria, viruses and parasites with a zapper.
How To Stop Tremor
In cases of Parkinson’s disease, I often find the bacterium Clostridium tetani, well known for causing stiffness. It hides under tooth fillings, too. You have to follow high hygienic measures like dental care and cut your nails regularly and properly. Lemon balm is recommended because by this hair follicles perform proper functioning. Remember, there is a consolation for doing all this work. When you find the culprit, you not only will be stopping the tremor, you will be improving a lot of other conditions along the way. Conditions like hesitant speech, shuffling walk, getting up stiffly and slowly from a chair. These are extra dividends for your loved one. And you have learned which things to avoid for yourself too.