Journal of Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases

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Abstract - Journal of Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases (2020) Volume 4, Issue 1

Treating Patients with Chakras Energy Deficiencies and Coronavirus Infection

 Introduction: Coronavirus is a virus that emerged in Wuhan China (December-2019). On May 18th, there was 4,872,016 confirmed cases and 319,206 deaths. In TCM, coronavirus infection is classified as external pathogenic factor invasion. According to a previous study of the author, more than 90% of the 409 patients analyzed have chakras energy deficiency. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that the energy of the chakras is important to maintain the functioning of the organs, circulation of the energy on the five massive organs. Demonstrate how the lack of this enerty could be leading to the complications associated with coronavirus infection, and not by the viral infeciton in itself. Methods: A clinical case report of a 42-year-old male patient, layer and work on the military. He was diagnosed with chakras energy deficiencies in November of 2019, and was performing treatment for replenishment of the chakras energy. In May 2020, the patient returned, reported to have symptoms of redness on the face and neck, when he went to bathroom to check on the redness, he faintened for the period of five minutes. He was taken to the emergency, exams were performed and nothing was found. He also reported shortness of breath. The patient had no cought and no fever. He received treatment based on the reasoning of Traditional Chinese Medicine, through the Five Elements theory. The shortness of breath was associated with deficiency of the Kidney or the second chakra. The previous measurement had shown deficiency in 7 of the 7 chakras. 

Author(s): Huang Wei Ling

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