Just a week ago, both Z’s father and mother came to see us because Z had a brain tumour — a glioblastoma. They wanted to try our therapy instead of radiotherapy. Her story was posted earlier: https://cancercaremalaysia.com/2016/10/26/brain-cancer-glioblastoma/
One week on our herbs, Z and her mother came to see us. It was a big surprise indeed. Z seemed to have “recovered” and appeared okay and well. I could not believe that Z would recover that fast.
Chris: After the installed the shunt in your head, you here discharged and went home. How long were you at home before you came to see us?
Mother: She was at home for about a week.
C: While at home that week, how was your condition? Well and healthy as this morning?
Z: No. I am much better now.
M: After taking the herbs for about two days she started to improve. She felt better. Now, you see she can smile and talk to you. Before taking the herbs, she would not even want to talk to anyone and would not smile!
C: How was her condition while at home that week — any pain?
Z: Yes, some pain.
M: She was always drowsy. Slept for a while, then woke up for a while and then went to sleep again. Now, she can go shopping already!
I am really glad to be able to help Z to get well. Praise God the All Mighty for this wonderful blessing! But then, will this blessing last? It all depends on you — the patient! Most often, patients get sick again after believing that they are already well. That’s human nature!
After one week of an apparent good health, Z’s father came to our centre and reported that this morning Z had problem again, like before. My question was, What did you do wrong, a day or two before this? Go home and ask. Find out what had happened. In the meantime Z should take Pain Tea.
A week later, Z and both her parents came to our centre.
Chris: Now, tell me what did you do wrong last week? What did you eat a day or two before the problem cropped up?
Mother: I cooked Thai Fragrant Rice. She ate that. She took it for dinner. Then in the night she started to have problems — dizziness of her head like before.
C: Given a scale of 0 to 10, what would give to this situation?
M: About 2.5 (out of 10).
C: I gave the Pain Tea. And you took that?
M: Her problem started to improve after taking the Pain Tea. Now, she is back to about 7.5 — not yet fully recovered yet, like before. She is a bit slow and still finding difficulty talking normally.
C: At first I thought the shunt that they installed in her head could be blocked. But from what you told me, it could not be the cause of her problem. Why don’t you go back to the doctor and ask him about this. But for me, I think the problem is the food! I don’t know what chemicals they use to make the rice fragrant! I have not eaten this kind of rice before too. And this is something you have not eaten before, why do you want her to eat something that you have not eaten before?
M: We pity her, so I thought she should eat this special rice.
Chris: Well, we like to pity people, but by our ignorance we can also kill people.
As I am writing this story. I receive an email from another brain cancer patient who is now blind after his surgery and radiotherapy. Since the past few weeks, he had been on our therapy and his health improved tremendously. Then I received this email.
Hello Prof .. Apa Kabar ??
Prof Malam tadi Brother saya Kejang , kemudian Mata Sebelah Kanan Agak sedikit Berat , Dan Jahitan Di Kepala Bekas Oprasi Agak sedikit Sakit Prof.
(Hello Prof .. how are you?? Prof yesterday my brother had fits, his right eye felt heavy. He had pain at the operation stitches on his head )
My reply: Makan apa yang salah —- 1 atau 2 hari ini —- Buat apa yang salah?
(What wrong food did you eat, 1 or 2 days before this. What did you do wrong?)
Makan ikan goreng pakai minyak Wijen dan Beras ketan.
(Ate fried fish using sesame oil and glutinous rice)
Note: Just a week ago, this same brother wrote to ask if the patient can eat pizza or not! My answer, NO!
There it goes, another silly mistake! Just madness that patients and his/her caregivers don’t seem to be able to learn. Let me share with you another story. There was this lung cancer man who ate durian at about 3 p.m. By 6 p.m. he landed in the ICU of one hospital. A CT scan showed there was nothing wrong with him, although he was breathless. The doctor told the son, The problem could be due to the durian! Did he expect the CT scan to show a durian in this man this man’s lung? Many patients died after eating durian — that much I can say! One patient died after eating salted fish and glutinous rice laced with sugar!
Some educated minds want to ask what proof do I have to say that it is the food that caused the problem? Where is the research data to make up my conclusion? Anecdotes are not acceptable evidence in science. Well, there is no need for me to dwell in that. The proof is there! You see it and you can experience it! If you don’t believe what I say try to repeat your stupidity and see what happens.