Successful Treatment for Chronic Lung Infection, Possibly SARS
A female, age 48, presented with a persistent cough and reduced ability to sleep through the night due to coughing. This client, a psychologist by profession, was referred to me by a mutual colleague, a neuromuscular therapist. Prior to the onset of symptoms, the patient had been on a group tour to China. Feeling fatigued after 10 months of constant coughing, she was, in her own words, at my wits end and growing weaker by the day. Despite her professional demeanor, she was frustrated by the number of practitioners she had seen and by the amount of money and energy she had spent seeking relief and trying to clear the infection, all to no avail. Besides this frustration, she lived and worked a significant distance from my office, a good couple of hours away. Therefore, she was insistent that she would only come once, for the initial consultation, nothing more. I agreed to see what might be done to eradicate the infection, despite the failure of many prior treatments, which had included being seen by a famous Asian herbalist. After recognizing that the onset of the infection and cough had begun in China, which was rife with SARS at the time, she was especially anxious.
Due to the depth and length of the infection, only a few nutriceuticals were dispensed, including a liquid vitamin A & E emulsion and a combination of Samento, olive leaf, and SF 734. These items were complemented with the use of Medi-Body Packs and Medi-Foot Soaks to assist her system in eliminating the infection. She was highly skeptical about the efficacy of these packs and soaks. As someone who had attended many Native American sweat lodges facilitated by the referring practitioner, she believed the sweats she had already done and was continuing to do should have handled this component of her healing process.
Within 24 hours of starting the protocol minus the soaks, she had a lessening of symptoms. Four days afterward, only after implementing the packs and soaks, she had a complete nights rest, uninterrupted by coughing. By day 10 her fatigue had lifted. When tested by the M.D. who was following her case (due to the SARS exposure), she tested free and clear of infection, and no cough or phlegm remained.
Delighted that the protocol rapidly did what it was meant to do, I wanted to share this case to illustrate the difference that an individualized approach and use of the best products can make in resolving a stubborn, elusive case.
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