INTERGRATING SILVER SHE ERA HEALING HANDS ELECTRODE IN NUTRITIVE MEDICINE
H.T.MARIMA-MATARIRA,B.SVOREN and K.H. MATARIRA
The drama of inevitable suffering and death from deadly or debilitating
disease for which medical science has no cure is lived and relived every day by
countless of people all over the world and there appears to be little hope in
the horizon. Nutritive Medicine gives these patients hope, renewed optimism
and life .
Nutritional Medicine is the last resort with safe and effective therapies.
14th ZACBLM National Workshop/Dialogue, was held in Harare 16-17th June
2016 at a time when Africa continues to have a heavy burden of disease
largely due to HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Malnutrition, TB, Malaria, Maternal
Complications at Birth, Diabetes Mellitus, Pneumonia, Diarrhoeal Diseases,
Congestive Cardiac Failure and Road Traffic Accidents. At the time , the world
is facing ZIKA virus threat from South America. In addition , reports of the
most dangerous drug resistant ‘superbugs’ have been made.
Research on Disease Burden, Diagnostic and
Treatment Protocols was Carried Out in Africa,
USA, India and China.
The dietary interventions used have the following beneficial effects :
a) Reduce anxiety of dying
b) Reduce unbearable pain without use of pain killers or any narcotics
c) Achieve long lasting remission of otherwise fatal diseases
d) Restore lost weight caused by cytotoxic drugs or and radio therapy
e) Restore physical energy to perform normal duty
f) Increase well being of patients
g) Restore vibrant health as patient had before illness
h) Dietary interventions are affordable, cost effective, natural, nontoxic, available, easily accessible, eliminating the need for surgery,
chemotherapy and or radiotherapy toxic to normal healthy cells
i) Hair may start to grow
j) Nausea, vomiting, pancytopenia and anaemia are senated
Dietary substances are from natural foods such as whey ,eggs, fruits
and vegetables . These include vitamins: E, A, C, D, B12, Folate, B17,
essential lipids and amino acids , arginine, glucosamine, CTLO19,and
trace elements e.g.selenium, iron, zinc, iodine, copper, manganese etc.
THE SHE ERA HH KIT
SUB SAHARAN AFRICA AND ZIMBABWE SITUATION:
2014 , maternal complications at birth was 960/100,000,
neonatal deaths of 97 /1000 births and weekly mortality of 5000
from cholera epidemic.
Current , HIV/AIDS is in 13% of the population, TB prevalence
which was at 603/100,000 is now reduced to 329/100,000 with
75% HIV positive.
Ebola crisis in West Africa has claimed 12,000 lives with some
Zimbabwe has some 7000 new cancer cases per year and 60%
are HIV positive.
Cervical cancer is the commonest cancer in women causing a high
mortality of 43% in SSA with 63 to 98% of them having HPV.
Prostatic cancer is the commonest cancer in African men, rising
by 6% annually.
Diabetes Mellitus like in most countries in Africa is found in 10%
of the population and increasing.
HIV and Diabetes Mellitus lower the immune system making the
capsule with TB break causing active TB. Co-infection of HIV-TB
and Diabetes Mellitus is lethal causing very high mortality.
Many lives can be saved with proper nutrition with 32 locally
available foods which can prevent cancers and infections and
effective diagnosis and treatment
The dietary nutritive medicines are from natural foods such as whey, eggs, fruits, ionised water, trace
elements etc. and have no toxic side effects.
Integrative Medicine , involves integrative care using modern medicine and natural, nutritive dietary foods
for very seriously sick patients who are in medical care or discharged to go home and die for lack of
progress in their medical conditions.
16 Park ST No:6, HARARE
WHEY Mineral Salts 1.32%.
FIRST Matieres Grasses 60%
Source Proten 3.29%
FOR HEALTH Lactose 3.98%.
Increases GSH: Glutathione: Very PowerfulAnti Oxidant.
GSH Protection: Removes free radicals from oxidations,
pollution, toxins infections and UV exposure
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