Body Revival Testimonial

Oh OZONE! . . . Late in December 2013, Frank Times a journalist from Nigeria arrived at the Body Revival Clinic in Illovo, Gauteng for an ozone session. When I asked why he was coming for ozone he told me he had a brain tumour. On reading his medical report it was ascertained that in fact Frank has a meningioma. I immediately proceeded with a consultation and recorded his histology (proper case taking) it was established that he was a boxer and the resultant trauma was the probable case for this meningioma. It was further established that it was not malignant, and there were not a lot of options open for Frank to correct or reverse his condition. Whilst in consultation with him I offered the following treatment options:

Ozone Hyperthermia, he would sit in the ozone sauna cabinet for a 30 min session.
Secondly the rectal ozone, which is systemic and helps the body detox and
Thirdly the Mega dose Vitamin C drips and food and supplement therapy.

His right eye was closed from the pain and the resultant trauma of the meningioma. It was fascinating to watch the right eye opening in that initial session. Frank also felt the pressure in the eye area lifting. Frank was not looking good in terms of overall health. I therefore recommended that he go onto a green wholefood diet. Hence an absolute Vegan diet as we necessary to alkalise the body as it is a known medical fact that all disease is created by a lack of oxygen at cellular level in an acidic environment.

It was important that we work with the three primary levels of disease. The oxygen intake as we elected to use the ozone hyperthermia therapy, which boosts the immune system and rids the body of microbes and promotes healing.

Water is the second most vital factor to life. I advised Frank to make sure all of his water consumption had a pH level of 7.3 or above otherwise he was just sustaining the acidic environment.

Food and supplements being the third level is super important as we really are what we eat and absorb and digest and finally eliminate. Embracing a vegan diet or a diet rich in alkalising foods was imperative. There are a few diets that I recommend, but in this case I recommended “the Anti- apartheid Diet”, No whites (this means NO processed foods), for the supplement we added the Mega Dose of Vitamin C drips. This is the anti-oxidant that is necessary to mop up all the free radicals in the body which help the body eliminate the toxins and help repair the body so that the immune system can take over and do its job efficiently.

Frank has becoming for regular Ozone treatments three times a week and weekly vitamin drips. He is definitely stronger and more positive about his condition. The Body Revival Clinic offers alternative and complementary treatments being an adjunct therapy as medical science does not offer any other alternatives other than surgery. Undoubtedly we can strengthen Frank’s immunity and educate him to eat properly, and he was very thin when he arrived at the clinic.
When looking at the long term prognosis, the decision of whether to, and how best to, treat a meningioma is based on multiple factors, including size and location of the tumour, symptoms, growth rate, and age of the patient (among others). In general, there are three basic options: observation, surgical removal, and radiation.

In frank’s case surgery may be necessary to remove the tumour, as it is pressing onto the optical area. In reality the goal of surgery is to preserve and/or improve neurological function. If possible safely remove all the tumour so that it will not grow back. Meningioma tumours that are near the surface and have not invaded deep structures or major blood vessels are more likely to be totally removed safely.

Notes: Meningiomas grow on the surface of the brain (or spinal cord), and therefore push the brain away rather than growing from within it. Most are considered “benign” because they are slow-growing with low potential to spread. Meningioma tumours can become quite large. Diameters of 2 inches (5 cm.) are not uncommon. Meningiomas that grow quickly and exhibit cancer-like behaviour are called atypical meningiomas or anaplastic meningiomas, and are fortunately rare. Meningiomas represent about 20 percent of all tumours originating in the head and 10 percent around the spine.