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Deadly Insect CURES Arthritis?! (SHOCKING)

If there’s one thing I’d bet on, it’s that every last one of us is familiar with the agony of arthritis.

From stiff joints and stabbing pains…

To the USELESS mainstream meds that do more harm than good…

We all know just how badly arthritis can WRECK your lives.

But you don’t have to suffer any longer.

Researchers have discovered a truly surprising treatment for rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

And it’s all thanks to a deadly insect. 

New research, from the Baylor College of Medicine, has discovered that scorpion venom REDUCES painful RA symptoms

You see, scorpion venom contains hundreds of components… some deadly and some life-saving.

One of these, in particular, is called iberiotoxin.

And iberiotoxin, when isolated, is proving to be a major BREAKTHROUGH for the 1.3 million Americans suffering from RA.

For the study, researchers examined the effect of iberiotoxin on rats with RA.

They found that not only did arthritis symptoms reduce dramatically but even reversed signs of the disease!

And all without the risky side effects of mainstream RA drugs.

Here’s how it works…

When you have rheumatoid arthritis, your immune system is attacking your body. And there are cells called fibroblast-like synoviocytes (FLS), which play a major role in that process.

As these FLS cells grow and move from joint to joint, they leave behind other cells that continue to damage your joints and attract immune cells that cause inflammation and pain.

Eventually, your joints become so swollen and painful that it’s almost impossible to move.

And while mainstream meds attempt to target the immune cells, iberiotoxin targets the FLS cells before RA can even take hold of your joints.

Iberiotoxin is able to sneak into FLS cells and stop them from ever attacking your joints in the first place!

Needless to say, scientists are thrilled.

The study’s leader explains: “We think that this venom component can become the basis for developing a new treatment for rheumatoid arthritis in the future.”

If you or a loved one is struggling to cope with RA, talk to your doctor about this discovery today!