All living organisms have basic elements in common: carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and so on. These elements make up 99% of atoms found in the body. The four “macromolecules” that make life possible – protein, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids all have hydrogen piggy backing on them that the body needs to strip off. The other major elements, phosphorous, sulfur, sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium, total just 3.5% of a living being’s body, with trace elements like iron, iodine and other minerals taking up the remaining 0.5%, yet with iodine, for instance, we find we cannot live at all without it.
The western medical establishment has tossed the fundamental conditions that make us alive into the trash-can preferring to work with toxic drugs that do little to nothing to improve the health of patients. To understand the backbone of Natural Allopathic Medicine, and how it is different from other health and medical approaches, one needs to study how magnesium chloride, sodium bicarbonate and even selenium are used in ICU and emergency departments. These three medicines can be injected or administered intravenously for fast acting effect in life threatening situations, so can Vitamin C, and even Vitamin D can be administered in mega-dosages orally and intravenously.
Natural Allopathic Medicine takes these and other natural substances at high concentrations applying them not just for life saving situations but for days for acute medical situations like the flu, weeks, months for chronic disorders and even for years when anti-aging is the goal.
Concentrations can be as high as when they are injected directly into the blood, but instead of medical doctors using them in extreme situations we use them at home both orally and transdermally. The same medicinal power that can save a life in a heartbeat can be used continuously through long stretches of time at very high dosages for maximum effect.
The protocol’s top ten to fifteen items can all be used in similar ways. Each substance or medical process applies concentrated nutrition that nurtures the cells helping them to dump toxins. When we nurture cells by feeding them what they need they tend to respond positively. They clean themselves as they fire up the mitochondria for increased oxygen respiration.
The top three nutrients the body needs are gases: oxygen, hydrogen and carbon dioxide. Water obviously combines two of these most important substances, hydrogen and oxygen. The idea is to get command of these three gases as a starting step and then add magnesium, iodine, selenium and both sodium and potassium bicarbonate.
This is different from modern medicine, chiropractic, homeopathy and naturopathic practices of medicine but anyone from any discipline can practice Natural Allopathic Medicine. Probably the most similar approach is orthomolecular medicine. Two-time Nobel Prize winner, and molecular biologist, Linus Pauling, Ph.D., used the term ‘orthomolecular’ "to refer to the practice of varying the concentration of substances normally present in the body to prevent and treat disease." Orthomolecular medicine provides the body with optimal amounts of substances which are natural to the body.
What distinguishes Natural Allopathic Medicine is its simplicity. It is easy to learn and easy to practice. One does not have to be a doctor to practice on oneself and one’s loved ones at home. One does not have to break any laws or go bankrupt practicing this approach.
We nurture the body with infrared energies as we sleep, which is warming and incredibly comforting. We slow the breathing down to increase CO2 retention in the blood using a fifty-dollar breathing retraining machine; use edible clay for basic detox and then glutathione to deepen detox.
Often because of dietary deficiencies it is more then helpful to employ superfoods like spirulina, chlorella, sprouts and wheat grass, which can be augmented with liquid seeds and powdered formulas.
There is Always More
There is always more things one can add to one’s treatments, many of them very important like vitamin E and omega 3s, but there is a limit to what one can take as well as afford. Personally, I like in my arsenal medical marijuana, CBD skin salves, boron (which I have not focused on but will in the future) even turpentine can be used as a simple natural but potent medicine. And there is always more including frequency medicine and my very favorite magnesium massage and baths.
I have only recently rediscovered ancient Chinese cupping, which is an inexpensive treatment one can do at home. As an acupuncturist I would almost always advise people to seek out Chinese medical diagnosis and treatment. One of the things that personally helped me was attention spent studying my Heart Rate Variability (HRV) using a Russian made instrument called the VedaPulse. It certainly had the ability to help me realize and understand how much stress I was under.
The point is to focus the mind on the raw ingredients of life and understand that one can easily learn to treat oneself. The practice of medicine should include all the basics and it is my point of view that medical malpractice is the deliberate withholding of the basics substituting them all for pharmaceutical poisons.