On 15 January 2015, a 40-year-old man sought treatment from the practitioner for type-2 diabetes, diabetic sores and back pain. His blood sugar was so high (~12mmol/L) for the past three years that he needed daily insulin injections along with a low dose of Metformin. Also for three years, he had diabetic sores on his right shin with open wounds. The sores were round in shape with a hole and appeared tender around the edges but he had not taken any treatment for these.
During the winter of 2014, he fell on an ice-covered sidewalk and cracked his tailbone. He was in a lot of discomfort and pain, and found it difficult to work. He had allopathic treatment with daily pain tablets and weekly physiotherapy with only a little relief. He was also overweight by about fifteen pounds. The practitioner understood the patient was not having a healthy diet and lifestyle and this was contributing to his ill health.
The patient was given:
For diabetes, fractured tailbone and overweight:
#1. CC4.1 Digestion tonic + CC6.2 Hypothyroid + CC6.3 Diabetes + CC13.1 Kidney & Bladder tonic + CC17.3 Brain & Memory tonic + CC20.2 SMJ pain + CC20.7 Fractures...TDS
#2. CC3.1 Heart tonic + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC21.5 Dry Sores + CC21.6 Eczema + CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions...TDS
#3. CC21.5 Dry Sores + CC21.6 Eczema + CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions, 5 pearls to be dissolved in 200ml of extra virgin olive oil for daily application on sores and wounds
After two weeks the blood sugar came down to 9mmol/L and in another 2 weeks to 7mmol/L. The patient started a daily exercise program, low carb and high fibre diet. After one month of taking #1, he felt comfortable and 100% relieved of back pain. He was still taking pain killers and also continuing physiotherapy along with vibrionics. His sores and wounds were completely healed in two months of taking #2 while he was not under any other medication for sores. By the end of March, his blood sugar started to stabilise at normal level of 6mmol/L. On 15 April, his diabetes specialist took him off insulin injections and also lowered the dose of Metformin.
At the last follow-up in February 2016, the patient was taking no insulin or painkillers but only a low dose of Metformin and #1 & #2 at OD as maintenance dose. The patient expressed his gratitude to the practitioner for providing him vibrionics pearls with love and patience. He has felt much physical relief and more importantly, he stated, his self-esteem is gradually returning.