Arthritis and Osteoarthritis Degenerative Diseases

What is Arthritis?

Arthritis is a joint disorder which causes inflammation, pain, and stiffness, in and around one or more joints. Arthritis is frequently accompanied by joint pain referred to arthralgia. 

Arthritis can affect people of all ages, sexes, and races. According to surveys, around 50 million adults and over 300,000 children are suffering from arthritis. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States. 

There are more than 100 different types of arthritis and related conditions. The types of arthritis range from those related to wear and tear of cartilage (such as osteoarthritis) to those associated with inflammation resulting from an overactive immune system (such as rheumatoid arthritis). Arthritis is the most common chronic illness in the United States.

Dealing with Arthritis
Arthritis, there are different types

Osteoarthritis: 


Osteoarthritis is a type of degenerative joint disease and is the most common type of arthritis. Osteoarthritis is caused when the cartilage, i.e. the mass between the bones, wears away. The main use of the smooth, slippery cartilage is to help the joints glide and move smoothly. Osteoarthritis causes this cartilage to get damaged resulting in friction between the bones and causing pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints. Slowly with time, osteoarthritis causes loss of strength, and the pain turns into a chronic one. 

Osteoarthritis may be caused by excess weight, previous injury, family history and aging joints. To compensate for the loss of cartilage and changes in joint function, the body begins to remodel the bone in an attempt to restore stability. This can cause undesirable bony growths to develop (osteophytes), or cause the joint to become misshapen.

Inflammatory Arthritis: Our body’s immunity system works in a peculiar way. It involves generating internal inflammation in order to get rid of an infection or disease. In some cases, the immunity system goes askew and starts developing internal inflammation in joints and other organs. This causes the joints to erode thus resulting in pain and stiffness. Rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis are examples of inflammatory arthritis. Inflammatory arthritis may also affect the tendons and ligaments surrounding the joint, known as enthesitis. 

Osteoarthritis is a type of degenerative joint disease and is the most common type of arthritis. Osteoarthritis is caused when the cartilage, i.e., the mass between the bones, wears away or starts to decompose.

The main use of the smooth, slippery cartilage is to help the joints glide and move smoothly. Osteoarthritis causes this cartilage to get damaged resulting in friction between the bones and causing pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints. Slowly with time, osteoarthritis causes loss of strength, and the pain turns into a chronic one.

Osteoarthritis may be caused by excess weight, previous injury, family history and aging joints and even excessive use of vitamin C.

To compensate for the loss of cartilage and changes in joint function, the body begins to remodel the bone in an attempt to restore stability. This can cause undesirable bony growths to develop (osteophytes), or cause the joint to become misshapen.

Inflammatory Arthritis: Our body’s immunity system works unusually. It involves generating internal inflammation to get rid of an infection or disease. In some cases, the immunity system goes askew and starts developing internal inflammation in joints and other organs. This causes the joints to erode thus resulting in pain and stiffness.

Rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis are examples of inflammatory arthritis. Inflammatory arthritis may also affect the tendons and ligaments surrounding the joint, known as enthesitis.


Hands with Arthritis
Metabolic Arthritis: 

Our body breaks down purines, a substance which is found in our cells and many other foods, into uric acid. In some cases, the body naturally produces excessive amounts of uric acid and is unable to dispose of it completely. High levels of uric acid cause formation of needle-like crystals in between the joints, causing arthritis. If levels of uric acid are not controlled, it may lead to chronic pain and disability.

Infectious Arthritis: A bacteria, virus or fungus entering the joints may cause inflammation in between the joints. This is done as a protection against the virus, bacteria or fungus.


Examples of organisms that can infect joints are salmonella and Shigella (food poisoning or contamination), Chlamydia and Gonorrhea (sexually transmitted diseases) and hepatitis C (a blood-to-blood infection, often through shared needles or transfusions).

Signs and Symptoms of Arthritis

Signs and symptoms of arthritis depend on the cause and type of arthritis and the location of the disease. Symptoms of arthritis may develop gradually or suddenly. These symptoms may turn chronic or may remain short-lived. 

There are four main symptoms of arthritis:

  • Pain - Pain exhibited due to arthritis can be sensed in an isolated location or all over the body. It could be constant or temporarily felt.

  • Inflammation - Arthritis affected areas may display red and sore skin and also swelling. 

  • Stiffness - Stiffness in joints is the classical symptom of arthritis. Joints affected by arthritis experience stiffness when moved after a period of time. Joint stiffness after waking up in the morning, sitting at a desk too long or after exercise may imply clear signs of arthritis.

  • Strain in moving – Moving or getting up from a chair is a painless and effortless activity. Moving is painful and strenuous is a sign of arthritis.

These symptoms and signs are a sure-shot indication of arthritis and should be brought to the attention of a physician immediately.



Impact of arthritis

Arthritis impacts a person both physically and mentally
. Inability to perform day-to-day tasks may cause interference in the individual’s work, his sense of purpose in the community or in providing care for the family. Arthritis adversely affects mobility thus affecting the overall quality of life.

Disability: Arthritis is a major cause of impediment in many countries. It affects any age group above 18 years of old irrespective of sex. Around 24% of adults report being unable to be active owing to arthritis.

Body Mass Index (BMI): The prevalence of arthritis increases with body mass index (BMI): almost 16% of adults who are under/normal weight have arthritis; almost 23% of overweight adults have arthritis, and nearly 31% of obese adults have arthritis. Arthritis can place limitations on everyday activities. Having a higher BMI is associated with an increase in activity limitations related to arthritis.

Due to higher BMI and lower physical activities, people with arthritis tend contract cardiovascular disease and other diseases like hypertension and diabetes.

Emotional Health: Due to the inability to perform daily activities and thus needing support to do so leads to decrease in levels of person’s self-confidence. Arthritis is a leading cause of depression and other psychological problems. Arthritis severely affects one’s quality of life. 



Elements that Fight Arthritis and Degenerative Diseases

 A perfect blend of Boron, Gold, Germanium, Iridium, and Ruthenium to help soothe Arthritis and Osteoarthritis.

ArthroClear is a new product developed by us to support Joint, Muscle, Ligament, Tendons and may even help reinforce the cellular structure of these body parts.

It may help to fight Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, and other degenerative related health problems. The product is a dietary supplement that contains a HIGH PPM concentration of atomic-sized particles of pure colloidal gold, boron, germanium, ruthenium, and titanium at approximately 2000 PPM each and is called ArthroClean.

Why Atomic Particles of Gold?


Currently, some doctors apply nanoparticle gold injections for Osteoarthritis as well as for Arthritis, the benefits of gold are beyond question. However, we revert to what we repeat time, and time on our website: The Particle Size is what makes a product beneficial.

These good doctors are only aware of gold nanoparticles, and that is what they use. However, these gold nanoparticles can never penetrate into the areas where they are needed the most. While there is no doubt that they do relieve the pain and suffering, they do not always lead to a perfect remedy.

Gold particles are known to be used in the treatment of arthritis since the times of Paracelsus, the famous physician, alchemist and chemist of the 16th century.

Why Atomic Particles of Titanium?

We suspect that the Atomic Particles of Titanium may help cartilage rebuild itself because of a mysterious known phenomenon called Osseointegration or Osseous integration. This effect was found when doctors attempted to remove titanium screws from a bone and found that they could not remove them and broke the bone to remove them. They were perplexed that the titanium was fusing with the bone.

This unquestionably means the human body likes Titanium, it is the only element that human cells will bond to, naturally.

Our Atomic Particle Colloidal Generators produce Atomic Size Particles of Gold, the smallest available size in the industry! Then when combined with Titanium, Germanium, Boron, and Ruthenium an element that the body likes, the results are astonishing if not miraculous!

Our Pure Colloidal products in distilled water comprising of noble metals and non-noble metal particles that have a negative electrical charge. Atomic particles are quickly absorbed into our blood as the ultra-small size may enable them to pass through the blood-brain barrier.

  • This is a milestone in cellular particle delivery, since it may also help relieve or slow down the Alzheimer's and or Dementia symptoms.

  • Atomic particles of such elements may help alleviate the inflammation caused by arthritis and ease the pain that is present in the result of the swelling.

Alzheimer’s is a degenerative disease, and there is no known cure to this LIFE taking affliction, that spirals ever downward until it's victim does not know who they are, who their friends and relatives are, eventually losing all motor control.

                                                Is possible that our product ArthroClean, may help keep the brain intact? 


Along with these benefits, it may assist and improve blood circulation, digestion, slowing down aging, revitalizes, and enhances nerve signal sensitivity, promotes better brain functioning, leads to healthier skin and more.
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