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   Is your pain in your muscles or joints or both. Neck, back, fore arms, lower legs. My wife had this for years along with toxic nodules under the skin. Finally found something other than Epsom salt baths that works well. I went too the tractor supply and got me a bottle of Absorbine liniment. I massage her aching areas for about a week sometimes twice a day. She got through it and her nodules that we have been trying to shrink for years has shrunk 70 percent. Her pain level at this moment is tolerable and I still give her a liniment massage twice a week. Her kidneys are back to normal which blows the doctors mind. The liniment is an analgesic and helps to pull the toxins from the nodules that I am thinking has come from her depleted kidney functions when she was very ill with advanced stages of Lyme and her many associated tick borne diseases. I actually see light at the end of the tunnel for her. Which goes to show everybody that not all sciences are up on this lyme and associated diseases. We must keep trying different things and publish our findings so that the smart people can be geniuses.
David R Thomas

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