Abstract - Microbiology: Current Research (2021) Volume 0, Issue 0
Chakrasâ?? Energies Deficiencies as the Cause of Dyspnea Post COVID-19 Treatment
Introduction: There are cases reports in literature showing patients with dyspnea symptoms after the treatment of COVID 19. In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), symptoms of dyspnea may be associated to the energies deficiencies in other organs (Kidney, Heart, Spleen or Liver). Purpose: To demonstrate that patients with dyspnea post coronavirus infection treatment can be related to the energy deficiencies on the chakras meridians, possibly worsened by the diet and type of treatment done. Methods: Two clinical case report. The first of a 58-year-old female patient, obese. It was found that the patient had had COVID-19 in august 2020, and was treated making use of the hydrochloroquine and azitromicine, not requiring hospitalization. She began with symptoms of dyspnea 15 days after the treatment done, mainly at the end of the afternoon. In TCM her diagnosis was Kidney-Yang deficiency. She was submitted to a radiesthesia procedure, to measure the energy of the chakras, and the results shown that her chakras 1 to 6 were in the minimum level (rated one out of eight). The second case report was a 52 years old woman with history of COVID-19 infection and she was treated with ivermectin and other symptomatic medications. After 17 days after her treatment, she began with dyspnea symptoms at the end of afternoon. She also had chakras energy measurement prior to her infection that also demonstrated that all her chakras were in the lowest level of energy. Results: The dyspnea symptoms disappeared completely of both patients with the proposed treatment. Conclusion: In patients with chakras energies deficiencies, that received treatment of COVID-19 with high-concentrated medications, there may be propension to dyspnea post-treatment, as the high-concentrated medication treatment will harm the vital energy of these patients that are already low, as demonstrated on these two cases reports. The use of high-diluted medications is important to be able to replenish the energy of the deficient chakras, so the cause of dyspnea is treated on its root.
Author(s): Huang Wei Ling