Normal collagen vs. Ehlers-Danlos…Missing glycosaminoglucans!

This is a blown up, edited, photo pair, that has been collages together…Left side shows Normal collagen up close( microscope)…To the right (Sorry for the pixilation), are classical Ehler-Danilo’s collagen cells…

Of note, is the much lesser amount of the Lime colour, in the right side Ehlers-Danilo’s collagen…Lime, in the Lunapic edit, represents glycosaminoglycans ( called Hg Mercury family on the Grove Body Part Chart)…

Glycosaminoglycans can be replaced with glucosamine, Chondroitin, pink Himalayan salts, Trace Mineral complexes, Humic acid supplements, Rudraksha malas( you wear them), Cinnabar, Dragon’s blood, & other foods in the Mercury family ( including pork)…

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