A complex condition resulting from some or several of the following abnormalities and imbalances.
Parkinsons is a condition of a failure of nerve control. All nerve control is mainly a function of the endocrine glands. Therefore Parkinsons, to a moderate or greater degree, is likely more of a glandular condition than a nervous condition.
The key gland seems to be the thymus. This would be a hereditary weakness. It is under functioning. This then allows both the thyroid gland and the adrenal glands to function somewhat out of control and in states of excess activities.
Overactive thyroid = tremors, over sensitivities. An overactive thyroid depletes calcium. Calcium is the calming and stabilizing mineral of the nervous system.
Overactive Adrenals = excess production of adrenalin. Over stimulation of metabolism, and depletion of our life force reserves = also depletion of nervous energy and of their abilities to function in balance and well controlled.
The body characteristics and typical functioning’s of those with Parkinsons is highly suggestive of an overactive adrenal slate.
Stress: Over whips both thyroid and adrenals intensifying the nerve exhaustion and their functioning under control. Stress tires out the thymus gland.
Exhaustion: Muscles that are pushed to their exhaustion point react by trembling. Hold an arm out horizontal for as long as you can and it will begin to tremble. When the body isexhausted, every single organ and cell of the body is also exhausted. Overactivity and lack of relaxationand sleep play a major role.This includes the underming of the thymus gland. Whichever organ or function is already on the low side, its resistance is lowered, will be the organ that first and most feels the impact of any excess,exhaustion, stress, toxin, deficiency, or abnormality.
Since the activity of nerves, the nerve stimuli are born in the brain, anything that decreases thecirculation or nutrition to the brain will automatically leaves the brain or certain brain centers weaker and more prone to be affected by all the other causes.
Cranial muscle tensions, cranial jamming, stress related muscular tenseness should all be considered in this regard.
A. Toxins act directly on the thymus gland. The overwork it and exhaust it. They intoxicate it,drug and poison it.
B. Foci of infections:
Jaw bone mycosis. Teeth extracted without leaving the exposed jaw bone socket to heal byfirst intention. lmmediate sewing up of gums or blocking drainage by overlaying of a plate. Infections arising from tracelar canals of dead teeth, teeth treated by root canals.A tooth with an inflamed pulp can not be saved. It must be extracted without delay. There are thousands of hyper-fine capillary canals joining the pulp cavity to the exterior surface of the tooth.
Sealing off the vertail central medial tube of the tooth will never reach the lateral ”twigs” branching off from the tube. Nor can it ever close off the innumerable capillary calls. Some protein will always remain in these micro spaces. If this protein becomes infected, toxic castaboic products will be produced and conveyed into the blood stream and brain.
In dead teeth there are always colonies of microbes.With root canals the toxins produced by these microbes can no longer be evacuated into the mouth. They must drain through the unsealed branches of the capillary canals into the marrow of the jaw bones. From there they are carried to the tonsils and to the brain circulation. The root canals intended to conserve the teeth haveturned them into toxin factories. Since the teeth are dead there are no nerves to send warning signals like pain, to induce us to relieve our bodies of those poisons.
Infected, abscessed tonsils are old buried infections in the tags of tonsils that were not completely resealed can cause toxins to find their way into the bloodstream and even into the head.
Liver. Faulty detoxification overloads the liver. This depletes their abilities to create everything needed to protect against other toxins and needed for healing.
Poor circulation. From lack of exercise mainly. This allows the toxins to accumulate in the body and create a general state of toxicity.
Muscular activity of contractions and expansions acts as the pump which compresses the lymphatic channels and keeps them flushed out and clean.When this does not occur the build up of toxins exerts its main toxic and damaging effects on the thymus.
Major deficiencies affecting the circulation would be Niacin (Vit. B-3) and vitamin-enzyme E.
• Since we are talking mainly about glands, the main deficiency involves the elements required
by the glands to manufacture their hormones oils.
* Adrenal glands also require Vitamin/enzymes complex B. — mainly B-3 and vitamin/enzyme
complex C. Vitamin C is a major player in the
defense against toxins.
* Thyroid: The main elements required for the manufacture of their hormones are oils and iodine.
Exhaustion depletes the body of alkaline minerals. Calcium is one of these. Potassium is another. Both, but mainly the latter,have powerful calming and controlling and stabilizing effects on the nerves.
Because there are so many factor interacting and the condition is so complex, there is no simple answer or cure possible other than correcting and controlling all causes.
Diet: To restore all nutrients essential to glands and nerves.
Exercise: To detoxify and take the overloads off the thymus to help restore circulation.
Rest:To restore all depleted life forces and vital Reserves.
Relax: Release from all stresses and tensions.
Glandulars: To rebuild and strengthen mainly the thymus.
Supplements: Alkalizing minerals. Potassium, calcium, Magnesium, etc.
Vitamins E, B-3, Oils.