Treatment with the combined DKY protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined DKY protocol:
Apply to the affected area undiluted, 2 or 3 times a day, for 3 weeks.
Dilute 50% CDS 50% distilled water and spray the area.
Dilute 3 teaspoons DMSO and 1 teaspoon of water and apply with massage in the area.
This injectable protocol is reserved to be applied by qualified healthcare professionals.
Tips on the DKY combined protocol
For poisonous bites apply the Y protocol with subcutaneous injection or bring the CDS inside the bite to oxidize the toxin.
In case this treatment does not result in the injection protocol can be applied with medical supervision, and apply UVB sessions in the affected area.
Definition of diseases treated with combined DKY protocol
Disease that presents no symptoms when the infection by the parasite Trypansoma cruzi occurs and that reaches us through the bite of triatomine insects (vinchucas or besuconas bedbugs).
The danger of infection is that it has no symptoms or there are mild symptoms that are often confused with other ailments, after 10 to 30 years 40% of chronic patients develop serious heart problems and irreversible digestive problems that can be lethal.
Chagas is associated with poverty in Latin American countries although today, the disease has crossed borders and it is estimated that there will be about 300,000 people infected in the United States alone and about 150,000 in Europe.
Acute phase symptoms:
- Loss of appetite
- Swollen glands
- Enlargement of the liver or spleen
- Inflammation in the area of the bite
Chronic phase symptoms:
- cardiac arrest
- Abdominal pain
- Digestive problems
- heart failure
- Difficulty swallowing food
Chagas is treated with medications to eliminate the parasite in the acute phase and control symptoms to prevent it from moving into the chronic phase.
The bites are usually of harmless insects although the bite generates transient discomfort, there are various bites or bites that if they are painful and others can cause even death.
Mosquitoes, bedbugs, fleas cause itching and inflammation in the area of the bite.
Stings from insects such as bees, wasps, hornets, ants or spiders inflame the area and there is heat and pain in the bite.
We must be careful with mosquito bites and spiders, depending on the area and country where we are, mosquitoes transmit serious diseases and poisonous spiders can cause death by poisoning.
Some people can suffer an allergic reaction to certain insect bites, it is known as anaphylactic shock and if not treated quickly, it can be a cause of death.
- Heat or burning
- Pain in the area of the bite
Treatment of bites that cause annoying or dangerous symptoms can be applied antihistamines to counteract the poison, in the bites of dangerous animals or that reacts to the poison is treated under medical supervision.
It is characterized by the loss of melanin in one or more areas of the body forming discolorations in the skin.
The cause is the death of the cells that produce melanin, it is not dangerous or contagious but it emotionally affects the sufferer.
Vitiligo can cause secondary problems such as sunburn, eye problems, hearing loss, and emotional stress.
Treatment depends on the age, area and extent of the ailment, there are medications and light therapies to minimize discoloration, but treatments do not cure or paralyze the disease.