Symptoms, conditions and causes

What is rheumatoid arthritis and what are the symptoms?

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune and inflammatory disease, which means that in your body your immune system attacks your own healthy cells. This can cause achiness and pain in the joints on both sides of your body.

When I did the research for knee rheumatoid arthritis I found an interesting study that revealed a certain mouth bacteria’s (porphyromonas gingivalis) DNA that was found in the knee joints as well as in the heart. This starts to make sense since RA is an autoimmune condition; it means that your immune system is trying to kill this bacteria in the knee joints and causing damage to the knees.

You can easily tell if a microbe is causing your knee problems by taking a natural, inexpensive antibiotic. If your condition improves--then you’ll know it was caused by this microbe. These natural antibiotics have no side effects and are also antiviral. You can take them in a combination in case there are other bacteria or viruses within your joints. Try this treatment for a couple of weeks.

A rheumatoid arthritis condition roots in a poor immune system, whether there are bacteria in your joints or your immune cells are attacking your good cells (autoimmune problem). In either case supporting your immune system and reducing the inflammation should help.


  • Consume natural antibiotics:

  • goldenseal

  • tea tree oil

  • myrrh

  • garlic

  • thyme

  • oregano oil

  • olive leaf extract

Additional natural remedies for this condition:

  • vitamin D (20,000 to 60,000 IU/day)

  • vitamin K2 (300 mcg/day)

  • consume zinc for 1 to 2 weeks (200 mg 3x/day)

  • do the Healthy Keto® diet

  • do an intermittent fasting plan

  • potassium (6,000 mg/day)

  • ginger

  • turmeric

  • cinnamon

  • avoid cytokines

  • avoid vegetable oils (contain omega-6 fatty acids)

  • consume foods with omega-3 fatty acids

  • ozone therapy

  • consume thunder god vine (570 mg is safe)

Last updated: Apr 18, 2024 14:30 PM