It has been a mystery for centuries. Even the most elite medical professionals on planet Earth couldn’t wrap their heads around disorders like Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome and others.
That puzzle however is no more.
St Angela Merici, a hospital in Uganda is now treating genetic and neurological disorders using natural medicine under a methodology called Jivadhara.
This treatment involves plant-oriented medicines, acupuncture and occupational therapies like speech, physio and psychological therapies.
Catherine, 28, recalls when her son Victor was diagnosed with a disorder she’d never heard of in her entire lifetime.
“Your child has Down syndrome, unfortunately he won’t be able to have a normal life,” she recalls being told by a Doctor.
“I was told to be understanding and look for special groups where Victor will feel loved, but there was nothing they could do to change this” she narrates.
Catherine is just one of the millions of parents struggling with a child of rare disorders like these.
Children with Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, Autism or any other rare disorders always struggle to do what “normal” children do; walking, talking, relating with others, or even sitting.
The introduction of Jivadhara is now a mystery of its own.
How century-long disorders can now successfully be treated, using natural medicine, is puzzling the world’s best of the best neurologists and pediatricians.
It is a modern-day miracle that no one can explain.
How Jivadhara Works
Normally, when children are diagnosed with these disorders, pediatricians prescribe therapies, just to help them live a slightly comfortable life.
This hospital instead deals with the root cause.
“We deal with these disorders on a genetic/ cell level,” Dhara Kataria, a doctor at St Angela Merici Hospital told us”
“We use cell molecules from plants to rebuild human cells incapable of fighting infections and abnormalities,” she added.
Down syndrome for example, occurs when an error in cell division results in an extra chromosome 21.
All cells in the body contain genes that are grouped along chromosomes in the cell nucleus. There are normally 46 chromosomes in each cell — 23 inherited from the mother and 23 from the father.
When some or all of a person’s cells have an extra full or partial copy of chromosome 21, Down syndrome occurs.
To deal with this, St Angela Hospital is now replacing human cells with those from plants using medicine that is taken in form of syrups.
There are no surgeries involved.
However, Plant cells have cell walls which are rigid layers that hinder flexibility. The hospital is using acupuncture (use of small painless needles) to increase cell permeability.
Permeability is the permitting of substances into, out of, or through cells, or from one cell to another.
This process serves energy to inactive cells, awakens sleeping cells and allows normal cell division overtime.
When normal cell division occurs, a child gradually starts to experience normal brain activity and eventually gets normal physical abilities aided by physiotherapy.
Other abnormalities like lack of speech, the inability to sit or walk are also corrected therein.
Who are they?
We have it on good record that St Angela Hospital is run by specialists from India led by Doctor Sister Mary Easey, the founder of this treatment.
The hospital is in Bwebajja along Entebbe Road, near Bwebajja gardens.
Ever since this methodology was founded a decade ago in India, thousands of children have successfully been treated.
When you look through their website, there are testimonies on autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus and more.
You can read some of them here;
What Else can this Treatment do?
We have also learnt that Jivadhara can be used to treat other things like sickle cell anemia, hydrocephalus, autism, squinted eyes, shorted sightedness, long sightedness, Spinal muscle atrophy, Motor Neuron Disease, Parkinson’s and more.