The practitioner visited her 82-year-old terminally ill aunt on 9 November 2015. The aunt had been diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago; however, her family did not want any medical intervention due to her age and frailty. Around mid-October, due to excessive pain, the patient was admitted to the hospital where she was given morphine-based painkiller. This made her so ill that she was brought back home in a stretcher (she was perfectly mobile before going to hospital). Now she was semiconscious and barely opened her eyes. She was bedridden, unable to talk, restless, tossing and turning, and moaning with pain. She was unable to eat or even sip liquid foods. This was very distressing for the family who kept a constant vigil. But they were wary of giving her any more analgesia. She was treated with the following combo:
CC2.1 Cancers – all + CC2.2 Cancer pain + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC18.1 Brain disabilities...TDS
Patient was not taking any other pain medication. Ten days later, her family informed the practitioner that she was not in any pain. She would wake up when hungry take a little food and then fall asleep. Doctors were surprised that she was 100% pain free. She continued to take the vibro remedy until she passed away peacefully two months later on 15 January 2016. The family were very grateful and felt vibrionics was a gift to their mother enabling her to make a peaceful transition.