In September 2014, a male patient aged 71 presented with severe ulcerative colitis (24 years’ duration), panic attacks (1 year), and blood clots in the lungs (3 months).
In 1992 the patient had been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, an inflammatory bowel disease. He was initially treated with immuno-suppressive drugs to control flare ups causing acute abdominal pain but the drugs were stopped due to severe side-effects including mouth ulcers, flu and cold lasting up to 6 weeks, and depressed white and red blood cell count causing anaemia and severe fatigue. Polyps were removed from his large intestine. Since 2004, the patient had been on a regimen of Pentasa 4g tablets daily and Predsol retention enemas at night. As the disease progressed, in 2012, he started having rectal bleeding and was placed on a steroid to control it (Prednisolone 30g > 6g over 6 weeks) but whenever he stopped the steroid, the bleeding returned. By the time he first saw the practitioner, he had been placed on a waiting list for a partial colectomy to remove a section of his colon and be fitted for a colostomy bag for waste removal.
The patient had also developed panic attacks as one of the survivors of the 21 September 2013 terrorist attack on the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, where 67 persons were killed and 175 were injured. He hid in the toilets and was eventually able to escape via a side entrance. On a recent trip to Tunisia, he had an attack of claustrophobia in a small tourist bus and had to get out, and travel back to his hotel in a larger car.
In June 2014 he was hospitalized for an attack of breathlessness. Scans revealed 2 clot clots in both lungs, for which he was put on a blood-thinner (warfarin). A cardiologist also found damage to the right side of the heart from this episode.
On 20 September 2014, the patient was given:
#1. CC4.1 Digestion tonic + CC4.5 Ulcers + CC4.6 Diarrhoea + CC4.10 Indigestion + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic…QDS
After two weeks’ treatment (4 October 2014), the patient reported 50% improvement in overall symptoms, the course of treatment was continued, and two additional remedies were started:
For blood clots in lungs:
#2. CC3.1 Heart tonic + CC3.4 Heart emergencies + CC3.7 Circulation + CC4.2 Liver & Gallbladder tonic + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic…QDS
#3. CC10.1 Emergencies + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC15.2 Psychiatric disorders…QDS
On 12 November 2014, after five weeks of taking #1 + #2 + #3, the patient was asked to take the Cortisone combo for inflammation:
#4. NM36 War + NM45 Atomic Radiation + NM113 Inflammation + SM2 Divine Protection + SM5 Peace & Love Alignment + SM6 Stress + SR348 Cortisone…QDS
The patient stopped the Prednisolone steroid two days later (14 November 2014) and has not taken any since. As of 18 January 2015 the patient reported the following: With vibro, he has had no recurrence of rectal bleeding. Also, an echocardiogram on 8 January 2015 revealed no evidence of the previously diagnosed heart damage. In addition, a MRI of his lower abdomen and pelvis showed no ulcerative problem so his doctor is considering cancelling the colostomy pending the results of a colonoscopy on 5 February 2014. His stools are now well formed and he is planning to reduce the Pentasa and Predsol enemas that he has been taking for the past 10 years. He has yet to go on an airplane or be in a confined space so it is difficult to know whether his panic attacks are completely gone. He is very positive and confident, and drives his car happily.