The in-depth analysis points to a mirror image between modern medicine and self-healing functional medicine's weaknesses and strengths. The integration between conventional modern medicine and self-healing functional medicine is vital to achieving optimal healthcare.
The disregard of modern medicine for the energetic-mental side of the human body does not allow recovery from many chronic diseases.
Given the appropriate conditions (mental & physical)—All chronic acquired (non-genetic) diseases are curable!
Unlike conventional medicine, Self-healing functional medicine eliminates the causes of the disease rather than its symptoms.
The human body has two primary filters: the liver and kidneys and a long sewage system (the digestive system) that occasionally need mechanical cleansing.
The holistic principle negates the possibility of treating a single organ without restoring the entire immune system.
"To live is to have Qi in every part of your body.” To die is to be a body without Qi. For the health to be maintained, there must be a balance of Qi."
Inflammation and infection are two closely related but separate phenomena. The definition of inflammation is much broader than infection. (Which usually produces an inflammatory response.)
The number of people affected by high blood pressure has almost doubled over the past 40 years.
The SWOT analysis points to a mirror image between Modern and Self-Healing Medicines' weaknesses and strengths. Thus, Integration is requested.
Cholesterol is mistakenly attributed primarily to morbidity, without realizing that it has critical uses in our body.
There are 2 primary reasons why blood cholesterol levels rise to what are considered riskier levels.
Hypertension - High blood pressure is a symptom caused by low liver & kidneys' filtration and clogged blood vessels. It is not the disease itself.
Patients with severe illnesses do not tend to take "risks" with unconventional treatment methods, which are not part of conventional medicine.
Patients in critical condition are willing to try anything. I luckily found decent doctors in China.
I have made many attempts to treat my severe liver disease in private clinics in Israel and the United States. Not only did they not help me, but they harmed me and extorted considerable sums of money.