Dogged blindness in 'standard'
We are looking at a strange malady
necrosis which eats into the flesh of limbs, especially below the knee,
and yet the standard Western Science treatment is dressing and
debridement along the same manner as would be performed on other types
of skin trauma. There are serious questions which beg answers
and yet the standard answer is shrugged off as "That's the way it is
for diabetics: Wounds don't heal so easily." But why?
What makes the necrotic wound become so difficult to
heal? What makes the wound take on a 'blackish' hue in most
cases? Why might a septicaemia result
despite heavy dosages of antibiotics? The scans
of arteries in the legs afflicted with diabrenec wounds
reveal arteriosclerosis and is arteriosclerosis linked
to diabrenec wounds?
Are we blind to the fact
features of diabrenec wounds have some degree of semblance to wounds
from bites caused by poisonous species of creepy-crawlies such as
Semblance of toxic
impact? If this is so, where does
the poison come from?
The supposed purpose of using antibiotics against the bacteria
which feeds on diabrenec wounds fail at most times; and the presumption
that pathogenic bacteria is the prime cause for the wounds to turn
gangrenous does not
hold water at all. The bacteria could very well be
opportunistic rather than the main cause. We are
back to the question: Where could the source of the possible poison be
that causes diabrenec?
well known that mycotoxins (fungal toxins) have powerful constituents
which break down proteins, fats and carbohydrates and thus 'soldier'
cells in the human body, not to mention the normal cells, will be
destroyed before they can contain myco
(fungi) proliferation. In such defense compromised situation,
opportunistic pathogenic bacteria, together with pathogenic fungi,
will 'feast' on the flesh in the wound as if the flesh is dead
Furthermore, some mycotoxins impact neurons (neurotoxins) and
their organic structure are similar to that of neuro-transmitters, thus
disrupting the normal functions of neurons; which in turn compromises
the special musculature helping blood flow against gravity in the legs
(the valves preventing backflow are not the total means for
blood to flow against gravity); causing sluggish blood flow in and out
of the wound; preventing the body vital defense and repair mechanism
to reach the necrotic wound; causing a proliferation of
in the wound and finally the ever-burgeoning necrosis.
In addition and no less important, is this question: Is it pure
coincidence that where diabrenec occurs, say in
the legs, arteriosclerosis of arteries or some sort of arterial
constriction will be revealed under non-invasive scans of the legs?
Mycotoxins have been shown to adversely impact
vascular systems through inflammation, constriction, and blockages.
raw edible phyto-green as salve
Do not pooh-pooh
the use of phyto-greens in treating diabrenec. If the
that myco (fungi) and mycotoxins (fungi toxins) are at work in
diabrenec, then natural raw edible phyto-greens which are rich in
natural anti-fungals, anti-viral and anti-bacterial should work to
counter these microbes and afford the body a chance to heal the wound.
If this method does not work, then the 'suspicion' lacks substance.
good news is that the method works. So? This is another case of
internal pathogenic fungi as the root cause of D.E.A.T.H., or
degnerative early attack on total health.
hundreds of success stories from the use of phyto-greens in
of course diabetes itself. We
avoided the use of chemicals, laboratory-synthesized antiseptics,
Mycoalkonics has put to the
test a wild edible
phyto-green called Phyla
and it worked beyond doubt.
Grab a fistful of the herb; wash it; add about 2 tablespoons
clean water; blend them into a pulp; apply the mushy pulp on a cotton
as a salve; dab the salve directly onto the diabrenec wound. Secure
standard dressing. Change every 8-12 hours. The amount of
be used will depend on the gravity of the wound and how extensive it
is. There is no exact dosage since we are not talking about imbibing
the herb. Just ensure you blend enough green pulp
to cover the wound or wounds. Repeat applying the salve until
wound does not show signs of gangrene. Once at this stage the
wound will heal naturally with proper care and dressing.
good news is that Mycoalkonics also discovered that Phyla
is not the only herb
which beats diabrenec hands down. A
potpourri of phyto-greens, such as listed in this site
can do the job too. What is the 'something' which is common
Phyla Nodiflora and other phyto herbs? Chlorophyll
Is chlorophyll anti-fungal and anti-microbes such as bacteria
and viruses? It could very well be; and by the way,
chlorophyll does not exist alone per se in phyto-material, but is
by phyto-nutrients such as alkaloids, phenolics, and saponins; and the
anti-fungal components might come from this phyto-compounds.
raw edible phyto-green juice
As the suspected primary cause of
diabrenec is found inside the body, the pathogens inside the body
be countered by using the freshly pressed juice from raw edible
phyto-greens. Do visit this site
to view a sample of the
range of greens that can be used as a periodical greens juice regiment.
to make salve for dressing diabrenec wounds
Let's say you are dealing with a diabrenec wound
of dimension 1.5 inch x 1.5 inch. The variety of phyto leaves used in
this example is not cast in stone; you can use various types of edible
we found that certain phyto-greens work better due to certain
observable features of such greens:
Preparing the salve
- High in chlorophyll (deep
green) and is evidenced by the fact that the blended pulp
remains green even after 1-2 hours. Some other greens turn
ochre or even blackish due to oxidation.
- A strong
smell of the chlorophyll in the blended pulp; the smell is
like freshly 'cut grass'.
- A thick foam
results from the blended pulp.
- Get your hands on any 4-5 of the following anti-fungal raw
mark with asterisks are the
priority herbs mentioned above. See points #1, #2, #3 preceding this
The higher number of asterisks the higher the priority.)
Wash leaves and put into blender; add about 5-7ml water.
Blend. Spread the pulp on a piece of cotton to make a
salve. Apply the salve directly on the wound.
Secure using bandage. The fact is that
Mycoalkonics uses a plastic wrapper instead of breathable bandage,
simply becase we found that the action of the green pulp works better
while still wet.
Change dressing every 6-8 hours.
Repeat until the open wound shows signs of recovery
(re-growth of flesh).
Nodiflora (1 fistful)
- **"South African Herb" - 3 leaves
- **Portulaca Oleracea (Pigwort) - half a fistful
- **Lemon grass leaves - 1-foot length
- *Kaffir lime leaves - 1 piece
quadrangularis - 2 sections
procumbens - about 3-4 leaves
orthosiphon - about 10-15 leaves
crispus - about 10-15 leaves
Crisis: Since pathogenic
fungi are highly suspect to be the target you are dealing with, which
incidentally live organisms, you will at one point, say about 5-10 days
into the therapy, that the wound do not seem to show signs of healing.
This is what is mentioned as 'healing crisis' when it is
the pathogenic organisms 'fighting back'. At this stage the diabrenec
wounds do not seem to get better
or might even look like they are getting worse. Do not be
afraid. Keep up the greens salve and you will see results after this
brief 'healing crisis' period.
Another important point to remember about the
pathogenic fungi is this: The fungi are stubborn and do not
easily give up even in the face of strong natural phyto-green
anti-fungals. So you have to be determined ('stubborn') too;
with the protocol day-in-day-out. It is a matter of time when
pathogens will give up. Note here that the diabetic patient
to imbibe greens juice too (see above).
salve wet: Standard dressing practice is to use
breathable gauze and
bandage to secure the salve. However, Mycoalkonics method is
'standard' and Mycoalkonics has to steer away from the 'standard'
simply because the greens salve works better while still moist.
Thus, Mycoalkonics recommends polyethylene wrapping film.
but sure: This method might be slow but it is
The protocol has to be doggedly
is best: Freshly blended raw edible phyto-greens is the
the use of refrigerated blended phyto-greens should be avoided as far
This diabrenec wound can potentially turn gangrenous if
treated using the standard protocol for normal wounds. Thepurplish hue is caused by bacterial action on the infectedarea which produces hydrogen sulfide gas. An extreme case of this condition where a distinct purplish coloration
is evident will be referred to as gas gangrene.
Apply the blended greens (pulp) onto a strip of cotton wool.
The salve ready to be applied directly on the wound.
Vicinity areas around the wound need to be applied
with the salve too.
Securing the salve using polyethylene wrapping film.
note at the bottom on choice of dressing wrap.
Removing the dressing and washing down is easier
using a water jet in the bathroom; or you may
use a mobile basin instead.
You will know that a diabrenec wound has stopped
being necrotic when you discern a whitish circular
ring arouind the open sore. But, don't stop here.
Continue the protocol until the reddish open sore
After about 8 days.
Another 5 days later.
Another 6 days later.
Another 7 days later.
Another 5 days later.
of dressing wrap
There could be some trepidation in using non-breathable
material such as polyethylene wrap instead of breathable
dressing linen. We have tried using dressing linen wrap
before and the result was successful too. The choice
between using breathable and non-breathable dressing
wrap is a personal experience, since we have used both
before. If you are unsure of using non-breathable wrap,
you can stick with breathable linen; but you can try using
the non-breathable wrap once a while to find out whether
it suits your purpose. Our purpose of using the
non-breathable wrap is to prevent the green salve from
drying up which make it less effective. We understand
that the non-breathable wrap might not be suitable
for regions of limbs of which the skin (epidermis) is
delicate and potentially become wrinkled from soggy
You are advised to use standard breathable linen wrap if you
are unsure of using non-breathable wrap.
Aug 16 2012