Shingles is an acute infectious viral disease, extremely painful and incapacitating. It is one of the most painful maladies present among the general population of diseases. It usually occurs unilaterally and is characterized by inflammation and associated vesicles that follow the sensory nerves. Presence of symptoms most often occurs from tissue injury. The prevailing medical concept is that the chicken pox virus lies dormant until activated by any one of a number of factors. Cancer treatment involving radiation and or chemotherapy is often a triggering factor. Presence of cancer, constipation, stress, taking prescription medications which produce toxic by products or any disease process, which releases poisons are additional trigger factors.
Conventional treatment primarily focuses on symptomatic relief. Innovative medical technology developed in the early 1930’s was capable of reversing shingles as well as a host of other diseases. Unfortunately the pharmaceutical companies aided by the FDA and American Medical Association under the leadership of Dr. Morris Fishbine suppressed this technology.
Doctor Raymond Royal Rife discovered that all organisms, viruses, bacteria molds, fungus, vibrate at a specific frequency. He also observed that if bombarded by the same frequency, at which it vibrated, a particular pathogen would explode and be destroyed. Interestingly, unlike antibiotics the bugs (staphylococcus, streptococcus, chicken pox virus, etc.) that were treated with the matching frequencies would not develop resistance. Doctor Rife’s original research was substantiated to be one of the most effective approaches to treat diseases. Fortunately, there has been a resurgence of Rife’s technology and diseases like shingles can be reversed.
Case 1: Shingles caused by chemotherapy and radiation
A 76 year-old woman developed and suffered for more than six months with severe pain of shingles as a direct result of radiation and chemotherapy. The pain saga lingered without abatement. Fortunately the patient was introduced to bioenergetic frequency technologies and within three days became totally pain free. The healing process was also aided by use of calcium lactate, flax oil and lysine. Calcium has been shown to suppress viral growth. Fresh flax oil has been demonstrated to act as a diffuser, that is, pushing the calcium into tissue. Lysine is an amino acid that antagonizes the spreading factor, arginine, which is released by viruses. The combined approach proved to be the most effective therapy in reversing the pain of shingles.
Case 2: Shingles due to toxicity of cancer
A 58-year-old woman, who was misdiagnosed with uterine fibroids, developed shingles on her buttocks. Three months following the misdiagnosis the patient underwent surgery for removal of what was thought to be a fibroid tumor. At the time of surgery, the patient was diagnosed with stage III ovarian cancer with two massive tumors: one the size of a cantaloupe; the other the size of a large lemon. The painful lesion was reversed in three days following the use of the chicken pox viruses’ frequencies and calcium lactate, flax oil and lysine accompanied treatment to prevent recurrence.
Case 3: Painful feet due to shingles
A 71-year old female suffered bilateral painful feet for a little over one year. The bottoms of her feet were so painful she was unable to Dr or walk up or down steps. A chair lift was installed to alleviate the pressure of climbing and descending the stairs.
The diagnostic gamut of neurologists to nutritionists produced no results. Two days following treatment with the herpes zoster frequencies the patient had an episode of vomiting. Two days following the vomiting the patient developed red streaks up the sides of her ankles. Both reactions were a direct result of release of toxins from the destroyed herpes virus. Within seven days following initial treatment and use of vitamin supplements, the patient was able to negotiate the stairs and Dr.
Knowing how to tweak the body with alternative therapies represents a more medically sound approach to healing.