Are we talking type 1 diabetes (sudden onset) or type 2 (adult, usually pill-dependant)? ... ......
Are we talking type 1 diabetes (sudden onset) or type 2 (adult, usually pill-dependant)?
I do get a decent reaction (as a type 1) to quinine bark tea, though I imagine an I.M. injection to be more interesting. Urine injection (skin) and autohemotherapy (IM) both work nicely.
And I get the idea about the oxidative process being skewed in the body by an overload of infection. With the reactions folk show to increased Iodine
intake (used as an oxidative mineral in the process of making Hydrogen-Peroxid
in the cells), and high doses of Vitamin C (used in an oxidative way in doses over 1,000 mg), there's no question that the body benefits when the ability to oxidise infections is increased.
It's interesting in reading from ( http://www.encognitive.com/node/4233
), from a petition of american farmers to congress to re-access the work of Koch, that two of the named diseases healed in the cattle are Bang's disease and Johne's disease. After a google search, I read one is caused by a brucella bacteria and the other a mycobacterium. Both of those are in the lyme family, which is suspected to have an active role in the development of diabetes (of both types).
Forgive me if I go on a personal limb here-
I saw type 1 diabetic onset (formative stages) three weeks after getting Amalgams
installed in two teeth. The symptoms in that weekend 3 weeks after the dental work was a mild fever and a swelling up in the pancreatic area (a tenderness).
A full-blown need for insulin showed up 9 months later.
I understand mercury lowers the oxidative potential of the body's cells?
The results after Amalgam
cleanup here some decades later has been well worth it, though the infections allowed to take root by the Amalgams
is still my biggest issue.
I'll read further on Koch treatment.
Your post on ( http://www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=2380561#i
) about a Koch reagent injection kickstarting healing the healing of the lesion on your leg caught my eye.
I'm not sure where to find the reagents mentioned for the mix for antidiabetic injection, but this is interesting reading.
Currently looking through ( http://www.williamfkoch.com/web/version2/drkoch.php?id=30.0&dispID=disp(1);
) an article on his dietary reccommendations.