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Acute Inflammation of the Tendons

Posted by Eldon (Bombay, Maharashtra, India) on 01/28/2006

Good day... I've been trying out ACV based on the information your site has provided and it has done wonders for me. I just want to say thanks so much for the advice and information. On a separate note... i have a friend suffering from acute inflammation of the tendons in the left shoulder. he's tried physio therapy and different ointments but nothing has really helped him. the pain keeps coming back and at times is really bad. Please let me know what i can do to help him. Thank you."

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Hi, glad to see some feedback from India, as India once used vinegar and ACV quite widespread, before the British put out false information to stop such use. This was also true of the use of hydrogen peroxide.

Your friend's tendons will be relieved 90% by taking a 250 mg to 500 mg of Magnesium Chloride once a day. On the third day most of them should be all gone. To further aid in complete healing take 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt to one liter of water, plus a pinch of magnesium chloride and potassium chloride. Drink this in place of your drinking water and take 500-1000 mg of vitamin C every day. Most of the tendon pains should be all gone. If not, you can try to apply either an aluminum foil, or small zinc metals in the area of pain overnight. Both metals will generate negative electrical charge to allow healing. Most of the pain should be greatly relieved the next day. This is based on research that negative electrical charges generated by metals allows regeneration of tissues. Of course, taking colloidal silver internally everyday will accelerate the healing process.