Lung Infection Testimonials
Lung Fungal Infections
Successful Treatment of IPF And Lung Fungal Infection
Marianne Beck, DC, Lighthouse Point, Florida 33064, July 2017
An 80 y.o male patient came to Dr. Beck with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), Congestive Heart Failure and Coronary Artery Disease. The patient experienced shortness of breath, persistent cough with post nasal and back dripping. His cardiologist reported that he has a crackling sound in certain areas of his lungs. Dr. Beck prescribed natural herbal treatment for the pulmonary fibrosis condition according to Wei Institute treatment protocol, which focuses on 1) nurtures the lung structure and assists in new tissue generation, 2) dissolve lung scarring and fibrotic tissues, and 3) enhances the microcirculation and clears up mucus and inflammation in the bronchial tubes. The patient started the treatment on Apr 26, 2017.
After 2 weeks of treatment, the patient reported that his oxygen saturation time had improved, and he was able to use less oxygen. His cardiologist verified that the crackling sound in certain areas of his lungs prior to treatment was gone (verified with a stethoscope). The patient reported that he felt stronger, but he still had a persistent cough with post nasal and back dripping. * Dr. Beck suggested that the symptoms persistent cough and post nasal/back dripping indicated the patient had mycoplasma/mycobacteria infections in his lungs. Dr. Beck added Wei Institute herbal treatment for mycoplasma/mycobacteria infection removal.
After one month, the patient reported that His MD said there was an obvious improvement. The patient was on a 1mg/day Prednisone reduction program, his prednisone usage had reduced from 45mg daily to 20mg daily. * The patient still had some coughing but with more phlegm production, the phlegm was green and yellow in color. Dr. Beck advised the patient to continue the pulmonary fibrosis treatment and the lung mycoplasma/mycobacteria infection removal treatment. At that time, the patient was about to go to Massachusetts for 3 months very soon.
The patient updated Dr. Beck one month later when he had finished the previous infection removal treatment for 2 weeks. During the infection removal treatment, there had been a noticeable improvement in breathing and cough consistency. * The patient’s cough was not persistent and was getting better, but wetter with phlegm. Pulmonologist still heard sound in the lower lobe of lungs and outer peripheral edges. His oxygen saturation was 94% at rest and 95% with exertion. However, the patient started to have difficulty breathing air into lungs in Massachusettes, where it is 1200 ft above sea level (his home in Florida has an altitude of 6 ft.) The patient was concerned whether the symptom was linked to the increase in elevation (due to a decrease in oxygen percentage), he was particularly concerned whether the symptom would get worse when he was at an even higher altitude, for he was going to a town at an altitude of 2100 ft two weeks later. Dr. Beck noticed that the patient had a history of throat fungal infection in 2016. She pointed out that, the symptom difficulty breathing air into lungs, the fact that the patient experienced the symptom after elevation increase, and the history of throat fungal infection all suggested that the patient had lung fungal infections. Dr. Beck added lung fungal treatment to address the infection, and she also prescribed heart treatment to help remove plaque from the artery and repair artery damage. The patient was continuing the previous lung treatments at the same time to improve lung structure and immunity. His MD gave him antibiotic Bactrim to help avoid Pneumocystis Pneumonia.
The patient had fast improvement after the lung fungal treatment. 2 days after starting the lung fungal treatment, he breathed a lot better even at a higher altitude, he was very happy for the improvement! According to the patient, he felt that besides the lung fungal treatment, the previous lung treatments also contributed to the improvement. On Aug 10, 2017, the patient reported that he had seen more progress. He used to be too weak to go to the Pulmonary Rehab without anybody going with him, at this time he could go all by himself. He used to be on oxygen 24/7, after treatment he could even forget to use his oxygen sometimes: there was once he went to get a hearing aid replacement and then pick up tickets for a show, only to find out later that he didn’t remember to take his oxygen with him! Overall, it seemed to him that his breathing had become 10 times better.* His oxygen saturation was between 94%-95%. He still needed oxygen with exertion. His energy level was pretty well throughout most of the day, though he got fatigued in the afternoons, which he felt was related to cardiovascular issues. He is currently continuing treatments for more progress towards restoring his health.
* DISCLAIMER:Individual results may vary.
Lung Mycobacterial Infections
Successful Symptom Resolution of a Pulmonary Fibrosis Patient in One Month
Brain Hess, DC, Culpepper, VA 22701, August 2017
A 73 y.o. female patient of Dr. Brian Hess was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis. Her CT scan results showed that she had significant pulmonary fibrosis, lung scarring, bronchiectasis, and possible lung infections. She was complaining of coughing and excessive phlegm, she was worried that her lungs would be filled with phlegm if she could not get effective treatment.
Based on a comprehensive evaluation of the patient’s overall health condition, Dr. Hess pointed out that her symptoms of post-nasal drip, sinus problems, etc.; her CT scan results with Bronchiectasis; and her chemical contamination (Heptachlor contamination) all signaled that she had respiratory track Mycoplasma and/or Mycobacteria infections that needed to be cleared out in order to fully get her condition controlled. Dr.Hess recommended a combined Wei Institute herbal treatment protocol which included lung Mycoplasma and/or Mycobacteria infection clearing treatment and Pulmonary Fibrosis treatment. The Mycoplasma and/or Mycobacteria infection clearing treatment help clear lung infections at the same time enhance lung immunity. The pulmonary fibrosis herbal treatment focuses on 1) nurtures the lung structure and assists in new tissue generation, 2) dissolve lung scarring and fibrotic tissues, and 3) enhances the microcirculation and clears up mucus and inflammation in the bronchial tubes.
The patient saw very fast improvement. The patient started the herbal treatment protocol on June 15. On June 20, 5 days later, her nose had been cleared. On June 21, 7 days later, the patient reported her oxygen saturation tested by her oximeter had increased to 96-98. On June 23, 9 days later, her nose was completely cleared out. On July 6, 21 days after the treatment, she felt a lot better and she was breathing normally. On July 20, just a little over a month, she felt 100% better! * She was very happy with her improvement. Right now the patient is continuing the same treatment to consolidate the improvement.
* DISCLAIMER:Individual results may vary.
Natural Treatment for Pneumonia that Saved My Mom’s Life
John Filippini, DC, P.Dsc, Danville, California, July 2017
An 82 y.o. female patient suffered from Pneumonia and was dying. The ER did everything they could but could not stop the worsening of the condition. The patient was released to hospice on 6/30/2017 to “wait to die”. The patient’s daughters asked if Dr. John Filippini, DC could do anything, Dr. Filippini, DC prescribed Rife treatment and natural herbal treatment for pneumonia according to Wei Institute treatment protocol. The treatment were brought to her on Friday 7/7/2017, and were given to the patient by the nurses at Hospice as prescribed. The patient’s daughter gave her the first Rife treatments during that weekend. On the following Monday, 7/10/2017, the patient was sitting up and wanting to go outside. (She previously was too weak to sit up and speak). She went through the 10-day Wei Institute protocol and used the Rife treatment the following weekend again, and was so much better: she was no longer at the brink of death, instead she was laughing and back to her old self.
Below is the narrative of the patient’s two daughters.
Sarai: Our Mother suffered a stroke about 12 years ago, and is paralyzed on half of her body. She’s 82 years old and in a nursing home. I (Sarai) was checking on her and noticed there was noise in her chest. I could hear it and feel it. I finally got the nurses to admit her to the ER, where they took X-rays and diagnosed her with pneumonia and dehydration. She also had not eaten in a week. She was admitted for a week, putting her on aggressive antibiotics. Pneumonia continued to spread to the other lobes of her lungs, and they continued to increase her antibiotics, and the third set of X-rays showed further spreading of the infection in the lungs.
I asked if they could put her on stronger antibiotics, but they said they couldn’t because she couldn’t expel the fluids up due to her paralysis. The doctor overseeing her case called me that Friday and told me he was releasing her from care to palliative care…and not to bring her back to the hospital. There was nothing more they could do for her, so just take her back and “let her die with dignity”.
I purchased an urn, as she wanted to be cremated, and contacted my family, making arrangements for her funeral. I called my sister, Dina to let her know our mom was dying. Dina works with Dr. Filippini, DC at Abundant Life Health and Wellness, and she asked Dr. Filippini, DC if there was anything we could do for her.”
Dina: Dr. Filippini, DC replied sure – no problem. and he sent me with Wei Institute lung treatment that specifically targets the infections. The medical doctor allowed the treatment as part of the palliative care, and the nurses at Hospice gave it to her as prescribed by Dr. Filippini, DC. I went down on the weekends and took our Rife equipment and ran the various pneumonia programs on her, and since she couldn’t sit up, I placed her hand in the foot bath to pull out the toxins. She started refusing any more supplements after the 10 days, however, so I continued to Rife her on the weekends. After the Wei Institute treatment and Rife treatments, she started to improve.*
I would listen to her chest, and I could hear the gurgling diminish significantly…to the point that she’s back to her old self – laughing and sneaking bad food (she’s a diabetic and was caught eating sweetbread) *.
Sarai: Mom had not been out of bed for three weeks. She was too weak, and didn’t have the energy, and very severely depressed. But after Dina did the Rife treatments on Saturday, she wanted to get up on Sunday. So we got her up into her wheelchair and took her outside for some sunshine. She’s still on Hospice care because that’s the doctor’s order…but she’s completely healed! And it only took 2 weeks.*
* DISCLAIMER:Individual results may vary.
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