Principles of Treatment
| Dr. Enby treats all
kinds of chronic diseases. Based on the principle that illness is
caused by pleomorphic microbiological growth (see
Research) the treatment is carried out in three steps:
In chronic illnesses there is often a high blood viscosity because
the red blood corpuscles are more or less clotted to each other. Therefore
the first step of treatment is aimed at diminishing this clotting
tendency, in this way enabling the blood to run more freely. This
supports optimal circulation throughout the whole body. The traditional
blood thinners do not truly dissolve clots. They primarily stop coagulation.
Blood clot dissolving can, however, be achieved in other ways with
the use of biological methods.
Once the blood has been dissolved then other therapeutic substances
are more efficiently distributed to every part of the body. Preserving
substances are added with the use of water that transports these into
the body fluids via the stomach and intestines. The preserving substances
reach all parts of the body. This is a total treatment since the body
fluids are considered a representative of the whole person. This enables
greater access to infections in every part of the body. In the same
way it can be said that the entirety of the aquarium is represented
by the water in it.
A good example of preserving is that ascorbic acid in jam prevents
mould from growing. Since ascorbic acid is the same as vitamin C it
is understandable that Linus Pauling, Nobel Prize Winner, recommended
that all chronically ill people should take up to 10 grams of vitamin
C daily. Maybe he knew that the chronic illnesses are caused by infections?
If the preserving therapy is successful one may expect that the separating
mechanisms of the body gradually decrease the quantity of infections
in the tissues through natural bodily excretion processes.
Although one can never guarantee therapeutic success, it can be said
that Dr. Enby´s methods of treatment seem to have helped many patients
including cases that have been considered hopeless in conventional
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