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I am a practitioner of herbal medicines. Our herbal medicines are very very effective in Cancer, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, spondylitis, sciatica, Type1 and Type2 Diabetes, Asthma, psoriasis, Eczema, Blood Pressure, Auto immune diseases, sinus, Baldness, immunity problems and hormonal imbalance. People across the globe (Europe, North America, Asia Australia and Africa) have been benefited by our treatment. Many VIPs have been benefited by our medicines and more than 95% people have reported positive results in very sort span of time. Our patient list include family members of Ex chief of Army of India, Senior officers of Indian Armed forces and their family, family members of High Court Judge, family members of DIG of Police, DC, many high profile bureaucrats and senior most doctors of some of the most reputed hospitals of India and their family members. For any query drop me a mail at sangita.sinha11@gmail.com

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

excellent result on gouty arthritis patient from dehradun, India

I will keep it simple for the sake of readability.

The case history and results all in the patients words itself.


Positive results in just 1 week time.



 Confidence regained.


Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Emergency on wheels (In running train)

It was the 2nd week of January, 2016. I was returning back to Hyderabad from Kolkata by Train (Shalimar Express.). Suddenly at around midnight i heard some sound from the adjacent compartment. It looked like some medical emergency. 

I asked my husband to see what has happened? 

One parson some 50+ years had become unconscious and his family was crying and trying to get help. Some members of the family was looking for the TTE and trying to get some doctor to attend the patient. One 26 - 27 years old girl ( the patient's daughter, latter on i came to know that she was also allopathic doctor. ) was giving him some salt water and trying to wake him up.

I tried to talk to the family. They did not revealed much and were focused to stop the train at some station and get him into some hospital.

Some other passengers from the same compartment told us that he took INSULIN and went to sleep and suddenly he felt unconscious and not responding.

The place was crowded and i was not able to go there. So I asked my husband to go and check his pulse and breath. 

It looked like a case of Hypoglycemia. The patient has taken his normal dose of Insulin but he had not taken enough food and accidentally it become Insulin overdose. 

After analyzing the situation, i asked them to stop giving the salt water and give him some sugar water. Initially they hesitated, but when i explained, they agreed. I asked some fellow passengers and a lady readily gave some sugar which she was carrying for his child. The sugar syrup was administered to him slowly. After few minutes we saw some movement in his legs. 

I asked the family to continue with that sugar syrup and gently rub his palm and feet.

Slowly he started recovering. And he gained his consciousness. 

I asked them to give him some tea or coffee with sugar. They did the same and now the patient was fully conscious and sitting on his berth and sipping the tea.

In the meantime, the train has stopped at a major junction (Visakhapatnam). The TTE has informed the railway authorities about the medical emergency.

The doctor arrived inside the coach and checked the patient and declared him fit. The train started its onward journey.

In the morning, the wife of the patient came to me and thanked me for the help and asked which hospital i work at? She also told me that her daughter ( who was giving the salt water ) is a doctor in allopathy and going to Hyderabad for Interview in a famous hospital. I wished her good-luck and settled in my berth.


After settling in my berth, one question came in my mind. Why only allopathy doctors are honoured by the railways? Why the allopathic doctors get a discount on train ticket even if they are not able to help the fellow passengers in crisis whereas the practitioners of other stream doesn't get the recognition despite saving the life in crisis. Why this discrimination? Why this un-touchability towards other system of medicine?

There is one more important point worth mentioning here. Many railway employees (both serving and retired) have taken my help for them self and their family. And i am happy with this honour.

I am happy that i was able to help a patient in need. The patient and his family were happy that they got proper medical attention and a major crisis was averted. Indian Railways must also be happy, crisis was managed well. 

ALL IS WELL. 

While travelling, i always try to keep the following medicines (EH medicines - 100% herbal) with me. Say Electropathy First Aid Kit.
1. Blood Stop Medicine - To stop bleeding immediately in case of injury.
2. Vomiting Medicines - To stop vomiting while traveling.
3. Diarrhoea Medicine - To regulate the lower GI problems
4. Anti Poison - To remove any kind of poison from the body, be it due to some drugs or insect bite.
5. Anti biotic - To fight against any kind of viral, bacterial or fungal infection.
6. Hypothermia and Low Blood Pressure regulator Medicine - Very handy when traveling to cold regions.

Advice to all Diabetic patients.
1. While travelling, always keep some sugar candy.
2. Hypoglycemia is life threatening, be extra cautious especially while traveling.
3. Always carry some identification that you are diabetic. It may help at the time of crisis.
4. Know your symptoms and never hesitate to ask for help when needed.

Monday, October 12, 2015

Insulin dependency reduced by 63% in Type1 Diabetic patient.

Type 1 Diabetes or Insulin Dependent Diabetes is a condition when the pancreas is unable to produce insulin required by the body and the blood glucose start giving a higher reading. The patients become dependent on external insulin for the rest of their life.

Most of the time the Type1 Diabetic patients not only fights their own condition but also with the society when they try to look for a cure. Everyone from the family and the society keeps on telling that they are wasting their time and money and thus discourages them from searching the right treatment which can give them freedom from external insulin dependency. 

If a practitioner from one stream of medicine has said that a particular disease is incurable, it means that particular disease is incurable in that particular stream of medicine in which he/she is trained. It doesn't become universal truth. 

Today i am presenting a case of a 28 years old girl from Jabalpur, India, who is dependent on Insulin for the last 9 years fought against her condition and the popular belief that Type 1 Diabetes is incurable and she has been able to reduce her insulin requirement from 40 units per day to just 15 units per day in 2 years time. That is a whooping 63%.

Lets see her case history in her own words.
(We have hidden her name and email address to hide her identity.)




And here is how it all started. The sequence of event leading to her being detected Type 1 Diabetic.


Under the influence of the popular belief that Type 1 diabetes is incurable, she too has her own set of doubts on the efficacy.


With all these doubts in mind, she was not able to start the treatment and her insulin requirement went to 40 units per day. And then she got determined to get rid of her external insulin dependence.
 


 From here she started her journey of electrohomeopathy along with the 40units of insulin that she was already taking.
The First positive news came to us in just 1 month time. She was able to reduce her insulin intake by 1 unit.

After this positive news started pouring in almost every month.


More positive news following in and the external insulin requirement is consistently decreasing.


So in 1 year time she has been able to reduce her external insulin dependence by 15 units. from 40 units per day to 25 units per day. That is 37.5% reduction in her external insulin requirements.

 Sometimes there may be fluctuations and the patient may need to increase the insulin also.


 Her external insulin requirement is reducing again.



 The fluctuations are temporary and she again reduces her external insulin dependence.


 

 
 

She has been able to reduce here external insulin requirement from 40 units per day to 15 units per day in a 2 years time. A whooping 63% reduction. 

Most doctors says its incurable, the insulin producing beta cells can't be regenerated. They says once destroyed, its destroyed for ever. But this patient has proved that what others had told her was not 100% right. Herbal medicines taken under the guidance of experts can give much superior results compared to the chemical medicines.