Last week, I spoke to an old friend of mine in Malaysia whose kidneys have stopped working. He said he suffered from diabetes for many years, and inspite of following the doctor’s orders and taking the medical drugs they prescribed for him, his condition only got worse and worse. Now his kidneys have failed and he has to undergo dialysis 3 times a week.
He went on to say the doctors claim there is no cure for kidney failure, and that the only option is dialysis or kidney transplant. However, It is very difficult to find people who are willing to donate their kidneys. There is already a long waiting list. So he is stuck with dialysis. Unfortunately, he is not getting any better with dialysis. On the contrary, he feels weaker after every session of dialysis. In his desperation, he asked if there is anything that could help him on the natural healing field.
The major causes of chronic kidney failures are Diabetes mellitus, hypertension and other cardiovascular conditions. The conventional medical industry’s treatment of kidney failure are kidney transplant and dialysis. It should be noted both these treatments do not cure kidney failure, but instead keeps a person alive for few months to years by performing the crucial functions of the kidneys.
The process of dialysis cannot be stopped once a patient starts on it. As the time passes this procedure has to done more frequently. As long as the patient is performing dialysis can live few months to years (just to live, not in a completely healthy condition) but if stop then no chance to survive.
On the other hand, on the natural healing field, homeopathy stimulates the person’s immune system to perform normal functions. In this way, damaged kidneys and other organ’s functions start improving. Patient’s kidneys may start improving as soon as the person starts to take homeopathic remedies. It helps the patient to gradually withdraw from dialysis. That’s why the homeopath advises his client to increase the time between dialysis sessions.
Case Study Using Homeopathy
Mr. B, age 42 was given a diagnosis of chronic Glomerulo Nephritis in India. He was already on dialysis every third day and his creatinine level on the first visit was 10.4 grams and blood urea was 216 mg. He was advised to undergo kidney transplantation. Leading hospitals advised him to hold 1.5 lakhs for immediate transplantation and 5 to 6 thousand every month as postoperative expenses till he breathed his last.
When we probed into his background, it revealed a lack of parental love during his childhood. His poor economic condition, and lifelong struggle to fulfill his basic needs and education put him in an emotional bankruptcy.
A stroke of good fortune came into his life when he got a got a job as a clerk in a government hospital. He soon got married after getting the job, hoping to receive the affection that he had missed out and craved for since childhood.
Unfortunately, the woman turned out to be a nagging wife who was constantly complaining to him for not having the materialistic things she desires. His only solace was his little daughter who he cared a lot throughout the difficulty with his wife.
In the end, his wife deserted him by filing a court case against him. He was devastated and it took away the basic self esteem that he had from his background. It sent his emotions and his physical health to come crashing down.
His personality type was that of being an introvert, hardworking, sensitive, attached man who was prone to developing hatred when overly criticized. The fine balance between emotion and intellect is disturbed in Nat Mur personalities within the homeopathic remedies.
Resentment, suppressed anger, over sensitive emotions, loneliness and isolation, loss of self-respect and self -condemnation, dejection and sadness are all absorbed, retained in his body.
Prescribing two courses of Nat Mur remedy balanced his kidneys and took him out of dialysis. A year after treatment his creatinine level plunged from 10.4 mg in the beginning to 1.4 mg., and his Blood Urea came down from 216 mg to 60 mg.
Mr. B, like other Nat Mur personalities show a superficial independent character, but the truth is he has a high need of dependency. In the absence of his wife, he began considering dialysis as his life partner.
This shows the relevance of mind body and intellect that shows itself in the weakest link in this chain, namely the kidneys.
Case Study using Hijama
A 2015 study assesses the therapeutic effectiveness of Hijama (blood letting) in patients of chronic renal failure undergoing hemodialysis for past several years with almost no urinary output.
24 patients from Sindh Government Qatar Hospital Karachi were selected randomly undergoing dialysis 2-3 times/week for an average of 3 years under supervision of Dr. Khurram Danial, in-charge nephrologist at dialysis Centre Sindh Government Qatar Hospital Karachi after the written consent from patients.
Each patient was subjected to Hijama session once a week after dialysis for a period of one year in a nearby hospital Aligarh Shifa with the consent of the ethical committee of the hospital. Serum urea, creatinine, complete blood count and electrolytes were determined prior to Hijama as baseline values and were again recorded on monthly basis for twelve months of Hijama sessions.
The patient’s feedback regarding quality of life after each Hijama session shows that almost all the patients reported a significant recovery from severe fatigue which they used to face during the interval between the dialysis sessions.
There was significant recovery in all patients from anorexia and insomnia with the improvement in quality of life as compared to patients not undergoing Hijama. Both systolic and diastolic blood pressures were shifted towards normal in almost all patients after Hijama.
Serum Creatinine level was declined significantly, while electrolyte and hematological parameters were also improved significantly. The hemoglobin of all patients undergoing Hijama was maintained near normal without any blood transfusion, which was frequently needed in patients not undergoing Hijama sessions.
Results of the present study suggest that Hijama may be performed safely in patients of chronic renal failure on dialysis with overall improvement in quality of life, since there was reduction in fatigue, improvement in appetite, quality of sleep and platelet count.
HijamaHerbs treatments are based on finding blockages in the physical body, mental/emotional and the spiritual side (in case of sihr/jinn afflictions). When the blockages are correctly identified, then Hijama is performed to clear the blockages, and herbs are taken to rejuvenate the internal organs. To clear emotional blockages, Rahmah emotional clearing procedures are utilized.
HijamaHerbs sessions for ladies is performed by Nusrat Shah. For children, we normally do not perform hijama, however herbs, homeopathic remedies and emotional healing is performed. Also available, emotional healing, counseling for married couples, counseling for young adults seeking their true career path.
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