We can all agree that we are not born with a single organ too much.
It’s not the intention that we should leave our vital organs in a trash can at a hospital after a surgeon used his knife.
That’s something I can show with the following example:
I had a patient, who had previously been hospitalized for surgery for gangrene of her leg at Bispebjerg Hospital in Copenhagen.
I won’t mention the name of the physician, who drew a red line on the middle of the patient’s thigh.
The red line showed where the leg had to be sawed off.
The patient fled to Brandal in total panic.
78 days later she was able to go home – cured!
I’d never seen gangrene before, which I told the patient before the treatment.
– I’m sure you’re the only person in the world who can help me, she answered. – That’s why I fled from the hospital.
When I picked her up at the station, she was unable to walk.
I was quite shocked!
I had no idea what to do, so I isolated myself for a whole day and thought through it all.
That’s when I came to the conclusion that I had to stimulate the blood circulation and make her blood thinner. I had to supply the diseased tissue with blood and stimulate the blood flow.
I treated the wounds sterile and dry, because I was sure that if I made the wounds wet the bacteria would have more opportunity to harm the patient.
Her skin temperature was reduced and I was aware that the situation was critical.
To be continued …
not one organ too much, organs in a trash can, surgeons knife, gangrene, surgeon drew a red line, saw the leg off, fled from the hospital, unable to walk, stimulate the blood circulation, make the blood thinner, stimulate the blood flow, supply diseased tissue with blood, sterile and dry, the situation was critical
This page is part of an ongoing translation of the Danish Book: Gigtens gåde er løst (the mystery of arthritis is solved) by Peter Laursen. The book was published in 1989 by the Danish publishing house Hellas, and tells the story of Alma Nissen, who for more than 30 years cured thousands of patients for amongst other things arthritis, psoriasis, asthma, pneumonia, herpes, gallstones and migraines with something as simple as potato soup and garlic, mild exercise, enough sleep and a lot of common sense. Through all those years Alma fought to make doctors put away their prescription pads and realize that drugs against arthritis are worse than the disease itself. The book – Gigtens gåde er løst – tells Alma Nissens story in her own words and gives us the solution, so we can help ourselves, when the medical establishment refuses to.
I think that this is one of those few books that really can have a huge impact on the life and health of the reader, and that’s why I translate it into English, so more people can get access to Alma Nissens wisdom.