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What is Unani Medicine?

January 21, 2009

Though the threads which comprise Unani healing can be traced all the way back to Claudius Galenus of Pergamum, who lived in the second century of the Christian Era, the basic knowledge of Unani medicine as a healing system was developed by Hakim Ibn Sina (known as Avicenna in the west) in his medical encyclopedia The Canon of Medicine. The time of origin is thus dated at circa 1025 AD, when Avicenna wrote The Canon of Medicine in Persia. While he was primarily influenced by Greek and Islamic medicine, he was also influenced by the Indian medical teachings of Sushruta and Charaka.

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What is Ayurveda?

January 21, 2009

Ayurveda (आयुर्वॆद, the ‘science of life’) is a system of traditional native to India and practised in other parts of the world as a form of medicina alternativa. In Sanskrit, the word Ayurveda comprises the words āyus, meaning ‘life’ and veda, meaning ‘science’. The earliest literature of Ayurveda appeared during the Vedic period in India. The Sushruta Samhita and the Charaka Samhita were influential works on traditional medicine during this era. Ayurvedic practitioners also identified a number of medicinal preparations and surgical procedures for curing various ailments and diseases. Ayurveda is considered to be a form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) within thewestern world, where several of its methods—such as herbs, massage, and Yoga as exercise or alternative medicine—are applied on their own as a form of CAM treatment.

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What is Homoepathy?

January 21, 2009

Homeopathy (from the Greek ὅμοιος, hómoios, “similar” + πάθος, páthos, or “suffering “) is a form of alternative medicine based upon principles first defined by Samuel Hanehmann in 1796. A central thesis of homeopathy is that an ill person can be treated using a substance that can produce, in a healthy person, symptoms similar to those of the illness. Practitioners select treatments according to a patient consultation that explores the physical and psychological state of the patient, both of which are considered important to selecting the remedy. According to Hahnemann, serial dilution with shaking between each dilution, removes the toxic effects of the substance, while the essential qualities are retained by the diluent (water, sugar, or alcohol).

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We shall mention a few homeopathic medicines:

Apis mellifica: inflammatory infiltrations, edematous swellings.

Hepar sulfuris: tendency for catharzic inflammations and pyesis.

Kallium bichromicum: plastic exudation of mucous membranes in nose, pharyngeal cavity and pharynx, viscous, stringy mucus,  mucosal ulcer.

Calcium iodatum: chronic tonsillitis of children, scrofulous increase of lymph nodes on neck and nape.

Phytolacca: swelling and dark reddening of the pharynx and tonsils, radiating pain up to the ears.

Ignatia: various nervous sensations of the heart, mainly following affections of a depressing nature (anxiety, restlessness). Also in general nervous irritation and sleeplessness.

Dr.Tullio Simoncini

January 21, 2009

Dr. T. Simoncini, Cancer is a Fungus

Dr.Tullio Simoncini published a book on cure of cancer through “baking soda” (sodium bicarbonate). The book describes how a fungous infection always forms the basis of every neoplastic formation, and this formation tries to spread within the whole organism without stopping. At the moment the constant, uniform, and implacable growth of a tumor is in no way affected by current oncological treatments. A recovery rate for cancer that fluctuates at around 7% is mentioned in the classical books and treatises in spite of all the tricks and distortion of statistics. After making the necessary corrections, this amounts to virtually nil. The rest is propaganda for orthodox oncology. On the basis of the scientific considerations in this book which demonstrate that cancer is caused by fungal masses (of the Candida type),  sodium bicarbonate is the only useful remedy that is now available for healing the disease.

Dr. T. Simoncini, an oncologist in Rome, Italy has pioneered sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) therapy as a means to treat cancer. The fundamental theory behind this treatment lies in the fact that, despite a number of variable factors, the formation and spreading of tumors is simply a fungus.

Sodium bicarbonate, unlike other anti-fungal remedies to which the fungus can become immune, is extremely diffusible and retains its ability to penetrate the tumor. This is especially due to the speed at which it disintegrates it, which makes fungi’s adaptability impossible, thus it cannot defend itself.

Sodium bicarbonate is administered directly on the tumor, if possible. Otherwise, it is possible to administer it by the selective arteriography, which basically means selecting specific arteries through which to administer and subsequently begin to dissolve the tumor. Selective arteriography represents a very powerful weapon against fungi that is painless, leaves no after effects, and has very low risks.

With sodium bicarbonate, it is possible to reach almost all organs; they can be treated and can benefit from a therapy which is harmless, fast, and effective.
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