Huang Wei Ling
Introduction: Spontaneous tumor regression was defined differently for many types of cancer by several researchers during the last century. Spontaneous regression is partial or complete disappearance of primary tumor tissue or its metastases in patients who have never been treated. According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), malignant tumor has a cause energies deficiencies and Heat retention.
Purpose: to demonstrate that malignant tumor can regress in to benign or disappear completely only balancing internal energies, taking out Heat retention and replenishment the chakras energies deficiencies with highly diluted medications.
Methods: Three clinical cases reports. All three patients with cancer diagnoses (case one: thyroid; case two: uterus; case three: lungs). All three patients were found to be at their lowest level of energy (through radiesthesia), rating one out of eight. Treatment consisted in re-establish the equilibrium between Yin, Yang, Qi, Blood and taking out Heat retention through Chinese dietary counselling, auricular acupuncture with apex-ear bloodletting, homeopathy according to the Constitutional Homeopathy of Five Elements Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine and crystal-based medication.
Results: The first two case reports were cured of their cancer condition without any treatment by Western medicine, only with the treatment done. The third patient, though, was already under radiotherapy and chemotherapy but through the treatment previously described the metastasis disappeared and he achieved a better physical and emotional health state.
Conclusion: balancing internal energies and taking out Heat retention through Chinese dietary counselling, auricular acupuncture with apex ear bloodletting and replenishment the chakras energies meridians with highly diluted medications can induce malignant tumor regression according to these three cases reports. More studies should be done with more patients and with different kinds of tumors to have more data and confirmation of these results.PDF
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