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I have arthritis in both knees....I never need a weather man to tell me when it's going to rain.
My knees tell me first at least 2 days in advance.
However, as long as I eat my ultra hot cayenne pepper powder daily, I experience NO pain.
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Old 10-11-2011, 02:37 AM
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I have arthritis in both knees....I never need a weather man to tell me when it's going to rain.
My knees tell me first at least 2 days in advance.
However, as long as I eat my ultra hot cayenne pepper powder daily, I experience NO pain.
It must be osteo and it is in the left knee. Not bad now and hopefully it will not be this yr. Off to the gym in a few for a stair machine work out. Just took 120000 IU of serrapeptase also.
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Old 10-11-2011, 07:55 AM
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Oh good. Please let me beat this dead horse.

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Anyway, both fibrinogen and thrombin are produced by the liver (via a complex cascade of reactions), and together they are vital to a number of your body’s daily functions. Namely, they help your blood to clot and various of your tissues to remain intact. Obviously, if your blood doesn’t clot you’ll bleed to death from even the tiniest of scratches, and if your tissues don’t remain intact neither will you. So fibrinogen + thrombin (= fibrin) is great. But again, only in the right amount.

When your liver isn’t happy (from processing too many toxins or fats, for example), it can start producing way more fibrin than you need, and you can start getting clots inside your arteries and/or stiff tissues, leading to heart attack and/or stroke, arthritis and/or rheumatism. Not fun. But depressingly common.

So now maybe we have a little better understanding of the importance of natto in our daily meals? Nattokinase — the key component in natto — is the strongest fibrinolytic enzyme out there. In acute situations (like right after a heart-attack), nattokinase seems to break fibrin apart at least as effectively as the enzymes used in any of the drugs currently prescribed by western doctors. (I’d probably get shot for writing that natto actually works better than those drugs — all I’m saying is that the enzyme nattokinase works more effectively than the enzymes those drugs employ — urokinase, originally isolated from human urine, for example).

https://meguminatto.wordpress.com/201...-to-eat-natto/
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Cayenne Pepper is a super effective clot buster, and thins the blood much like Nattokinase. I keep it around in case anyone has a heart attack, as it will break up clots quickly.


https://www.cayennepepper.info/health...ne-pepper.html


Often, Arthritis is caused by a pathogen of one kind or another. By breaking up fibrin and biofilm, you may make the pathogen easier for the immune system to kill.

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