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Abstract

Is It Possible To Treat Community And Nosocomial Bacterial Infections, Herpes Virus Infections, Dengue Virus, Fungus Infections And Leptospirosis With The Same Method And Without The Use Of Any Drugs

The microorganisms that cause infectious diseases were the principal cause of mortality in ancient societies. Nowadays, different pathogens are treated with different medications. The current medicine is focused in the pathogenic agent responsible for the disease, and because of that, diseases originated from different pathogens are treated with different medication.

Purpose: To demonstrate that is possible to treat different types of infection (Community and Nosocomial Bacterial Infections, Herpes Virus Infections, Dengue Virus, Fungus Infections and Leptospirosis) with the same method and without using drugs.

Methods: Based on 10 case reports of patients with different types of infection (Community and Nosocomial Bacterial Infections, Herpes Virus Infections, Dengue Virus, Fungus Infections and Leptospirosis). All these patients were being treated with specific medications without significant improvement. These 10 patients were submitted to auricular acupuncture with apex ear bloodletting, Chinese dietary counselling and orientation regarding external factors (Heat, Dryness, Dampness, Cold and Wind). The Chinese dietary counselling consisted in withdrawn of dairy products, frying, eggs, chocolate, coconut, honey and alcoholic beverages, besides withdrawn of cold water, raw food and sweets. 

Results: All the 10 patients with different types of infection presented clinic significant improvement, only with the method used, and without the use of any specific drugs.

Conclusion: It is possible to treat different kinds of infection with the same method and without using any drugs. For this aim, it is important to see the patient in an individualized way, considering systemic energy imbalances caused by emotional, dietary and external pathogenic factors.


Author(s): Huang Wei Ling

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