I would like to ask: – Why do they let arthritis patients continue to suffer?
Why don’t the physicians learn from the good results we’ve achieved in the rheumatic area here at Brandal Helsehjem?
As I mentioned earlier we also get several patients with so-called incurable diseases here at Brandal.
As an example I can mention Bechterew’s disease (ankylosing spondylitis).
Usually it’s younger men who are affected by the disease, which means that a process happens in the body so people become stiff, bent forward and they have severe pain everywhere – in the hips, shoulders and neck vertebrae.
The patients are unable to drive a car and eventually they get unable to take their own clothes on and off. These setbacks can happen very quickly.
Unfortunately it’s a disease of which I’ve seen many cases here.
One of the patients was a young man from Holland.
He had had the disease for three years and was unable to bend down.
He was here for a month.
When he arrived, he could barely move.
When he left, he could do acrobatics.
He first took a job as a truck driver in Amsterdam – a job that largely requires that you can move your body.
When summer came, he enrolled in the faculty of medicine, and now he studies to become a physician.
– How did you heal the young Dutchman?
– As usual I used a cleansing program, and then I built him back up with an organic diet.
That’s the basic principle of it all.
To be continued …
This page is part of an ongoing translation of the Danish Book: Gigtens gåde er løst (the mystery of arthritis is solved) by Peter Laursen. The book was published in 1989 by the Danish publishing house Hellas, and tells the story of Alma Nissen, who for more than 30 years cured thousands of patients for amongst other things arthritis, psoriasis, asthma, pneumonia, herpes, gallstones and migraines with something as simple as potato soup and garlic, mild exercise, enough sleep and a lot of common sense. Through all those years Alma fought to make doctors put away their prescription pads and realize that drugs against arthritis are worse than the disease itself. The book – Gigtens gåde er løst – tells Alma Nissens story in her own words and gives us the solution, so we can help ourselves, when the medical establishment refuses to.
I think that this is one of those few books that really can have a huge impact on the life and health of the reader, and that’s why I translate it into English, so more people can get access to Alma Nissens wisdom.