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Bekam Lintah & Leech therapy

 
HIRUDO DALAM PERUBATAN
Terapi alternatif dengan Lintah (Hirudo Medicinalis) telah digunakan sejak abad ke 18, di zaman moden ini banyak perkara yang dianjurkan oleh para saintis dalam soal makanan mahupun perawatan tubuh , tidak terkecuali dalam bidang perubatan.Suatu masa dahulu, cara penggunaan terapi lintah purba dengan menggunakan hirudin sebagai antikogulan pada kardiovaskular.

Terapi hirudo Medicinalis leech dan Herbal yang dilakukan sejak tahun 2000 untuk tujuan perubatan berbagai penyakit seperti Kelenjar Getah Bening, Tyroid, Kanser Payudara, Migrain, Jantung Koroner, Saraf tersepit, Diabetes kering mahupun basah. Kebanyakkan pesakit telah melalui terapi ini, proses penyembuhannya dapat dirasakan hari demi hari dan sangat cepat. Hingga saat ini, terapi hirudo medicinalis leech tidak mendatangan kesan sampingan yang boleh memudaratkan tubuh pesakit.

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kg bukit naga ,
seksyen 32,
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CHARGE- RM50.00 SEKALI RAWATAN DENGAN 4 EKOR LINTAH DIGUNAKAN
(SEHINGGA LINTAH JATUH SENDIRI)
RM5.00 BAGI SETIAP EKOR LINTAH YANG DITAMBAH

Senarai penyakit yang boleh diberi Rawatan Alternatif secara Bekam Lintah bagi tujuan membuang darah kotor. Bekam Lintah bukanlah jawapan muktamad untuk penyakit dibawah tetapi ialah cuma satu proses membantu dan meringankan penyakit pada kadar masa yang singkat sahaja. Belum ada bukti menyatakan Bekam Lintah boleh menyembuhkan 100% dengan segera. Jika sakit serius ia cuma boleh dijadikan salah satu amalan dengan mendapatkan rawatan berulang seminima 2 kali seminggu:
ketegangan leher
Resdung
Pitam
Kecederaan setempat
Kesakitan angin
Masalah pernafasan
Sakit Dada
Debaran
Rheumatoid arthritis
Migraun
Mengantuk
Kekejangan otot Kaki
Kesakitan pangkal Peha
kesakitan sendi bukulalo.
senggugut
Ghout
Lumpuh
Kencing Manis
STROKE
Asma
Sakit pinggang
Barah
Stress
Darah Tinggi
Gastrik


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kg bukit naga ,
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HIRUDO THERAPY
In recent years, the medicinal leech, Hirudo medicinalis, has been used to aid salvage of compromised microvascular free-tissue transfers, replanted digits, ears, lips and nasal tips in the plastic surgery. Accordingly, the survival of compromised, venous-congested tissues improved by early application of leeches. In July 2004, the FDA approved leeches as a medical device in the area of plastic and reconstructive surgery. A survey of all 62 plastic surgery units in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland showed that the majority of these units use leeches post-operatively.

Since 2003, in collaboration with physicians in the Department of Plastic Surgery of the Hadassah University Hospital, Jerusalem, 23 patients (14 males and 9 females), 8-79 years old (average: 35.9 years) presenting with venous congestion of revascularized or replanted fingers, free or local flaps were treated by leech therapy. Of the 15 fingers, 10 fingers were saved (4 out of 9 replanted fingers and 6 out of 6 revascularized fingers), while 17 out of 18 flaps were salvaged (3 out of 4 free flaps and all 14 island and random flaps). Fifteen patients received 1-13 units of packed blood cells (average 2.9). The patients with revascularized or replanted fingers were treated in average of 2.5 days and each finger was treated with an average of 5.7 leeches. The 15 patients with flaps were treated in average of 3.4 days and each flap was treated with an average of 9.2 leeches. In conclusion, leech therapy should be considered as an integral part of the armamentarium used in reconstructive surgery. It improves greatly the success rate of the surgery in cases of post-operative venous congestions, allowing blood drainage until angiogenesis is established.

While leeches have been used for centuries to combat a variety of ailments from fever to flatulence, it’s only recently that the slimy, wriggling blood-suckers have been making appearances in medical spas, and at up to several hundreds of dollars per session. Just to give you an idea of what this treatment entails, the beauty website www.Plasmetic.com lists the following as Procedure Highlights:

* Highly trained medical leeches (how the hell do you train leeches?)
* Shaving of the entire body before applying the leeches (I thought this was more commonly done for cancer patients)
* Patient being immersed in turpentine (Turpentine? Really?)
* Patient experiences a stinging sensation (you know, this is starting to not sound so fun)
* It causes bleeding in the patient (okay, this is definitely not fun)
* Oh! But it also makes the person look younger!

So if you’re like me, you’ll look over that list and take solace in the fact that only crazy people would subject themselves to such a disturbing “treatment.” Well, think again because apparently this nightmarish version of bloodletting has made its way to Hollywood and is being touted by the likes of Demi Moore.

“I feel like I’ve always been someone looking for the cutting edge of things that optimize your health and healing” said Demi Moore. “I was in Austria doing a cleanse and part of the treatment was leech therapy.”

Okay, I wish I were making this up – but unfortunately for the world, I’m not.

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