Wednesday, July 22, 2015

The skin as a therapeutic absorbent

The skin as a therapeutic absorbent

The skin is an absorbent organ of nutrients, medicines and essential oils that can be used with therapeutic purposes.

The skin absorbs many chemicals, such as hormones and analgesics. The use of essential oils to therapeutic advantage isn’t something new, nor magical. Reports on  the use of essential oils on the skin date over 3,565 years ago.

Myrrha in detail
The use myrrh, for example, is extracted from the cortex of a tree named Commiphora Myrrha (Africa, Arabia and Turkey) it’s documented in Egypcian Papyrus where physicians would spread them on wounds and heal. Romans used myrrh extract to prevent wine from turning to vinegar (elimination the Acetobacter bacteria). 

Leeuwenhoek painting
In the XVII century, bacteria is discovered by Leeuwenhoek and in 1860 Pasteur discovers that bacteria are the main cause for infections. In 1920 the Australian chemist Arthur Penforl published an article on the In Vitro use of Tea Tree Oil extract as an antimicrobial and treated infected wounds on soldiers. 
Only until 1930 is penicillin used for infections.

Old Lithography of oil extracts in medieval times
Essential oils are extracted from plants and trees. Throughout 1564 and 1937 many studies on oil therapy where made mostly in Europe, yet many do not believe in it’s full medicinal potential, what can be stated is that the skin absorbs the substance and locates the source of alteration in the body, whether it’s infectious or inflammatory, etc.

Essential Natural Cutaneous Oils 
I’d prefer for a patient to use essential oil therapy for arthritis pain, based on laurel, black pepper, cinnamon, clove bud, chamomile, ginger, juniper, mint and thyme floral extracts rather than a gel/ream based on diclofenac. The concomitant use of essential oils during Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) and Insulin Potentiation Therapy Low Dose (IPTLD) is a complementary therapy for cancer or other chronic illnesses, allied in the healing process. I recommend it to all my patients for pain, energy, relaxation, sweling, etc.
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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Carbohydrates and Cancer

Carbohydrates and Cancer

How good is it to go on diet with no carbohydrates, if you have cancer?

Our body requires nutrition that contains balanced quantities of carbohydrates, fat and protein. If we stop consuming carbs, the body will produce them based on fat and protein reserve. So at the end, this “transformed product” is not an original and will cause deficiencies in all the new tissue formation.

By using fat and protein reserves to produce carbohydrates, our body stops reacting adequately, there is a sign that says “reduce the processes”, and looses even more body weight, causing the immune system to not function properly. Carbohydrates are the fuel that normal and cancer cells need to function.

Yes, we need to consume carbs derived from natural foods; fruit, vegetable and grains, avoiding at all cost those which come from processed foods, which are the one’s that truly cause unbalance and contribute to the development of the cancer.

Nutrition and diets programs are not for curing, they help prevent and help the body recover from an illness, as well as keeping the body in proper condition.


Donato Pérez García, MD
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