Another Case: Hoping for a cure with Sabah Snake Grass
17 June 2012
My husband is treating himself with Sabah Snake Grass (plus vegetable and fruit base diet). He is losing weight now.
Going into three weeks, he said he started to feel the pain which he didn’t formerly.
Is that the sign of healing process?
Is he developing his immune system by then?
Is it okay for him to experience that pain?
I do not want him to lose hope and give up the mother nature treatment. I would like to get some opinions from you. Thank you.
23 May 2012
|Dear, Dr. Chris,My husband is just diagnosed with NPC. He has decided to take the alternative treatment. We are having travelling problems due to the financial commitments. Apart from the business debts, my children studies are next in the list. How I wish I could go to you from Melaka.
We do not want to lose him because of the killing therapy offered from the oncologist and the insurance company. What more when he has witnessed his two brother in-laws died of the same therapy due to leukemia and nerve cancer (which I’m not sure what the scientific name for it). In fact the leukemia patient passed away before his very own eyes.
His father too, does not want him to go for that treatment. He said, enough is enough, he has lost his two son in-laws too soon because of chemo and do not want to lose his only son the same way. I was truly touched by his fatherly tears very early in the morning. The five children especially the youngest and only son also still need the father to be with them along the way developing their own lives. Of course, I want my husband for his caring and love. He is my source of strength.
Is there in any way that I could do home treatment for my husband? (To start with, we are changing our diet-eliminating farm and dairy product. Going for only vegetables and fruits). Attached are some of the documents you might be interested to see and recommend me what to do next. I’m still on my way reading your Cancer war book.
Thank you. I am very sure Allah blesses you for all you have done, doing and will do for the needy.