Coffee and a donut
After years and years of immersion in Reams-think it is hard for me to see the world through medico eyes. Below is a story about a kidney failure. God alone knows exactly how much money will be spent on this one case. I'll bet a donut and a cup of coffee that Reams simply would have made the man drink his water---no drama whatsoever. Does that "protein build up" sound like huge numbers of delta and omega cells stacked up and waiting to get out? Are we talking extreme congestion? Should we add some lemon at the right time and some goldenseal to be sure everything gets out? Of course we have to run the risk of the medical-lobby screaming that we are "practicing medicine without *our* license" as they try to throw us in jail. Pointing to a happy guy with both kidneys intact means little to them.
Heading off headaches
Carey Reams had his own ideas about cancer. Reaching back to the days when apples were stored in barrels for the winter, he likened cancer cells, dead cells, to rotten apples. Just as a rotten apple could start rot in adjacent apples, he visualized dead cells not promptly removed from the body as causing "rot" in adjacent cells pressed hard against them.
Apparently the cancer answer, in Reams' view, is to be sure the body has abundant minerals it needs to build fresh cells even as old dead cells are being flushed away with distilled water, augmented with the scouring power of lemon juice.
How simple...and how different from the drug-company mentality taking root in government offices. There is a push---driven by profit---to prescribe cancer drugs to you and I even though we are cancer-free.
March 08th, 2013
My doctor finally came up with the ideal to test me for MTHFR a few months ago, and sure enough had a positive result.
I'm still not sure if this "MTHFR" is a joke because it looks like texting shorthand for a word not appropriate in this forum. :)
The basic rules are that if you are working with a regular medical doctor and they have diagnosed you with something or the other, you can't come here and ask for a plan of treatment. Almost all US state laws are written such that any direct advice here could be considered "unlicensed practice of medicine."
Carey Reams was gifted the knowledge that ALL disease is a mineral deficiency and that is all we really discuss here. Yes, we are forced to often use the medical terms so that one person knows what another is talking about, but there is no diagnosis and no treatment for symptoms as such allowed on this forum.
We heal nothing and we cure nothing. What we do is analyze the urine and saliva for 7 important factors. We then work with basic calciums (which happens to be the most abundant mineral in the body by weight and by volume). By doing so, the other needed minerals usually ride in along with it. Sometimes there are special minerals such as easily assimilable iron added. But mostly it is calcium---primarily in food, but frequently with supplementation.
We are not responsible for all the ills that magically melt away when the urine/saliva values are kept within the perfect health parameters. It is not our fault. It is simply something you have to get used to. OK, so the doc said you had lumbago (or whatever) and it went away once you held your numbers right for a while. Yes, we understand you didn't actually tell him about this number stuff because you knew he would think you were talking gibberish. Please don't blame us or credit us. "Bye, bye, lumbago" is just your body doing what it automatically does when you are drinking the right amount of water and the minerals are present to allow for the replacement of ageing cells.
I'm sure your licensed doctor has suggestions for treating this "MTHFR" (or any of the other diseases listed in the PDR). We don't, we won't, and we can't treat things that way because we are not licensed to do so. We have no magic pills and we wouldn't tell you if we did. We can only offer the urine/saliva analysis and help you gently nudge your numbers to be more in line with the perfect health numbers. You (and your body) are on your own after that. If your licensed doctor says your disease (by whatever name he calls it) has "regressed," that is between you and him/her. Sure, you can later tell us about it, but please don't say that we "did it." We do nothing, we heal nothing, we cure nothing because we can't legally do so.
"I need the name of a Reams retreat"
Over the years as moderator of the RBTI forum I have had many, many requests from desperately ill people who are looking for a Reams-retreat. While I am reasonably confident that there are many "private" retreats where a consultant takes a client under their wing, I only know of three that openly speak of their ability to offer the full RBTI program to all comers.
Before naming them, I should explain my understanding of the RBTI program and how I personally would expect to be treated. Obviously, I would want to be frequently tested and fasted if appropriate. I would want my urea determined and kept in the rebuilding range. If I were diabetic, I would expect even more frequent testing so as to avoid the possibility of diabetic coma should my body release stored insulin too quickly.
Not only would I expect a wide variety of foods at meals, I would expect them to be slanted such that I personally got more of the calcium types I might be deficient in and less of the calcium types I was overloaded with. Also, whether diabetic or not, I would like green drink a couple of times each day with the hope that my pancreas would continue to strengthen. If supplements beyond MinCol and Algavim were required in addition to diet, I would expect serious understanding by the dispenser as far as type or quantity and I would anticipate automatic Vitamin C if my urine were alkaline or Vitamin D should it be acidic.
Let there be no doubt that I would expect my water and my lemon water on a rigorous schedule exactly like I would expect scheduled medicines were I in a hospital. So few people fully understand the powerful qualities of washing away deleterious cell waste and many certainly don't comprehend just how effective fresh lemon juice is in scouring out or digesting nasty things in dark corners of the body. And, yes, if my urine Brix couldn't seem to settle into the proper range, I would appreciate the proper amount of rotated added sugars.
As a clean colon is important to RBTI, I would love for any retreat to not only be able to arrange or direct me to such service while a guest, but to actually insist I start with either a local professional or home self-service before reporting for my stay.
There is no need to mention quiet peaceful sleeping quarters or a just as quiet and peaceful daytime meeting area where the consultant could talk to me about how well my numbers were holding or improving. There would be no reason to talk about my rapidly disappearing disease(s) as RBTI is not about that, or diagnosis, or doctoring. Instead, I would like the consultant to talk at length about how God created my body perfect and that I can expect it to remain perfect if I simply "go by the numbers." And if my numbers did not remain in the healing range with the above care, I would expect my consultant to quietly but firmly urge me to look within my soul for unclean spiritual matters that might be restricting the flow of my life juices. Actually, on second thought, I would appreciate my consultant reviewing my spiritual state every time we met.
Finally, once the consultant really knew me and realized that my numbers showed I was no exception to the RBTI standard, I would want them to review my ways and habits in my work-a-day life so they could identify those things I might improve to stay in the healing range upon return to home.
Currently, there are three retreats where I think a client might get the care discussed above (and more). In no particular order they are:
Reams and bras
Carey Reams restored a lot of cancer patients to health without drugs, radiation, or surgery. What is not recorded is the percentage of those cases that were breast cancer. I've often wondered how his theories might address today's exploding epidemic. Those who have studied RBTI know his thoughts about "new cell, wearing out cell, dead cell." They understand that the body must break down the dead cells or remove them unless we want cancer in our lives. So we have solid cell debris fragments that must flush out and we have dissolved cell-remains urea that must be similarly washed away. It causes me to reflect that even though Reams never said a word against bras, I would have to be dense to not understand that the devices put his healing methods at severe disadvantage. Even the beginning farmer knows that if you inhibit drainage, the swamp builds and cattails flourish---cattails being a stand-in for the radiation/chemo/surgery crowd waiting for your money.
A new article on the "bras cause cancer" theme...
The phrase, which refers to over-excited hunting dogs confusedly seeking their prey in the wrong place, helps us see a picture of over-eager health researchers grinning at the world and saying, “We’ve found it.”
Today’s Washington Post is not the first to trumpet that a cure for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is at hand. A short examination of the history of SIDS shows that an almost endless stream of medical researchers has excitedly put forth an equally endless string of theories as the cause of this most tragic disorder. The problem is that today’s “This is it! This is really it!” claim will soon join its earlier now-discredited brethren.
One can only wonder at what wild-eyed theories future researchers will offer to the disconsolate parents of lifeless children. Dr. Carey Reams’ Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI) requires a simple measurement of the undigested protein and protein digestion byproducts as a factor in urine/saliva analysis. He found that as those factors approached a combined total of 30 parts per million spillage from the blood into the urine, sudden death was to be expected. Whether the ordinary pectoris heart attack of the adult or a loving parent’s discovery of a no longer breathing child, Reams steadfastedly maintained that one should expect a heart exhausted from dealing with impure blood to ultimately give way.
Reams tested his theory by obtaining urine samples from SIDS victims through personal friendship with various pathologists at several Orlando hospitals. In all cases of SIDS, he found a combined nitrate and ammonia nitrogen level of 30 ppm.
One would think that medical science would be quick to bark up the right tree, but that is evidently not to be. Simple, fully-scientific, double-blind tests of residual urine in post-mortem babies could point the way to an immediate end to such deaths. However, it would appear that SIDS researchers find it far more challenging, finanacially rewarding, and glamourous to race off in all directions to find their own tree to bark up.
And countless families will suffer because they were never alerted to Reams’ advice to give babies water so as to avert this senseless slaughter.
Long time RBTI fan. Mainly I seem to be a librarian these days.