A Reader’s Question

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Hi Joe-

Just reading your text, Green Book Commentaries vol. XIV Chiropractic Text Book RW Stephenson. Page 54 states “All Dis-Ease is thus traceable to impingements of nerve tissue in the spinal column.” If a person ingests poison, does this not create dis-ease as well? This person could have a finely tuned, chiropractically sound nervous system but will surely have organs that do not function with ease, no? Thank you.
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  1. maurizio 09/24/2016, 3:45 am:

    I think when he refer All des-Ease is thus traceable to impingements of nerve tissue in the spinal colum is That des-ease is a consecuence of a VS so the II of the body can not express at it máximum,, taking a poison produce disease that is not the same that dis-ease and require médical atention. Thank you and excuse my english!

    • Joe Strauss 09/26/2016, 4:50 pm:

      Maurizio, Thank you and good question. You are absolutely correct in the first part of your question! DIS-EASE is the “consequence of vertebral subluxation (actually it is synonymous with VS). However poison produces trauma not disease and without accompanying DIS-EASE (perhaps even with!) caused by coincidental already existing, or poison created V.S, and or L.of M., the ii of the body will get rid of the poison.

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