Curing cancer patients by herbal medication
Magic doctor, Dr Sommai Thongprasert From Thailand
He is the “magic doctor” for curing terminal cancer patients with expert in traditional herbal medication.
Is a doctor who mixes herbal and modern medicine is attracting and cure one hundred thousand.
Dr. Sommai Thongprasert , especially among cancer patients, after the Food and Drug Administration certified its effectiveness in fighting against intravascular fluid problems. Dr Sommai insisted while his medicine could improve certain conditions, it is no universal cure for cancer. He gave the formula of the medicine to the Government Pharmaceutical Organization so they can produce it.
He herb-based treatments of cancer have been widely accepted and applied in modern medicine.
A graduate of Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Pharmacy, and later of Siriraj Medical School, Dr Sommai began his pursuit and self-taught study of traditional herbal medicine in 1965. He successfully treated a terminally-ill cancer patient three years later, after the patient was discharged from a hospital with doctors predicting he didn’t have long to live.
He retired from a government career in 1978, holding the last position as director of Sing Buri hospital. After his retirement, he opened his clinic where he continued to treat cancer patients with traditional herbal medicines.
The 89-year-old doctor chose to skip his lunch as hundreds of cancer patients coming from all over the country were waiting to see him. Some came from foreign countries.
They all hope – and many firmly believe – the doctor’s herbal medicine will be a successful alternative to conventional medicine to help cure their illnesses.
His two-storey wooden house in the heart of this central province has been opened as a private clinic for treating cancer patients by integrating herbal medicine with his knowledge on modern pharmaceutical and medical sciences for more than 40 years.
Despite his age, Dr Sommai shows no signs of stopping working and still manages to practise for 10 hours straight.
His traditional regimen has for years been a subject of criticism over its effectiveness compared with modern medicine. However the pharmacist-cum-surgeon has become well-known among the public after the Food and Drug Administration recently certified his herbal regimen given to the Government Pharmaceutical Organisation as a traditional drug with effectiveness in curing intravascular fluid problems.
“I do believe in the balance of nature,” Dr Sommai said. “This is how the world creates herbs as the best cure for us.”
Dr Sommai’s interest in herbal medicine mainly came from his pharmaceutical background before becoming a surgeon at Siriraj Hospital. Since he was taught and trained as a pharmacist and later as a medical doctor, he did not believe in the efficacy of Thai herbal medicine at the beginning.
Because of a lack of scientific proof, he was still doubtful of its effectiveness when a villager in Phetchabun province claimed he had recovered from stomach cancer in 1965 after being treated with herbal medicine.
In a bid to prove the effectiveness of herbal medicine scientifically, Dr Sommai, who was then the director of Singburi Hospital, started experimenting on a neighbour who was suffering last-stage cancer of the mouth.
The condition of the patient, who had returned to his home in Singburi after a hospital in Bangkok failed to treat the cancer, improved.
Dr Sommai decided to ask for the regimen from a traditional doctor. It took him four months before receiving it and later he integrating the herbal medicine with modern medicine.
However he admitted the regimen could only be applied with patients having “solid tumours”.
In a message posted on a board in front of his clinic, Dr Sommai said he treats each patient on a case-by-case basis while those suffering from leukemia could not be treated with this alternative.
Really cancer is evil disease but can to treat gone or rampage no control if we always to careful yourself and survey to changing the body often to see the doctor. People innumerably has been completely cured or alive normal about 10 years.
Case #1 Breast Cancer
Name: Pornpimol Jeungniponsakul
Date of Birth: 15 May 1942
I discovered that I had breast cancer in 2001 and had received treatment from Siriraj Hospital. Siriraj told me to have my breast removed but I did not want to, so I went to see Dr Sommai that same year. Dr Sommai has treated me for five years.
Dr Sommai told me to take the herbal medicine daily. When the lump shrank, he removed it from my breast area but did not remove the breast. The lump was about five-six centimeters long. The doctor operated by injecting an anesthetic. He held conversations with me during the operation.
For the fee of treatment to cure cancer with Dr Sommai, after coming back (home), I only had to take a big bag of herbal medicine.
One big bag of the doctor’s medicine could be divided into 10 small packages, which I boiled and divided among two glasses. I was supposed to take one glass each day. I have taken the medicine every day, since I discovered that I had cancer five years ago. My condition is fine now.
Case #2: Breast Cancer
Name: Manasnan Apisoponlert
Home: Pakkred, Nonthaburi Province
Date of Birth: N/A
I had a big, hard lump in my left breast about five centimeters across. It could be moved around and did not hurt. I went to take the mammogram around early July 2008 at a private hospital. The doctor tested the tissue samples with needles and the result was Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. The doctor from this private hospital made an appointment for me to remove my breast on Monday, 4 August 2008, and told me that after the operation, I needed chemotherapy and radiation treatment. I was afraid because a relative of mine also had breast cancer. Despite removing her breast and receiving both treatments, she died in a lot of pain.
There were some acquaintances who told me to check the internet for information on Dr Sommai Thongprasert in Singburi Province, who cured breast cancer without removing the breast by way of combining herbal medicine with modern medicine.
On 2 August 2008 I went to see Dr Sommai at the market in Singburi Province with all the necessary medical information (mammogram, results of the tests – both details of the cancer cells and its readings). I told him that I was very afraid to die and did not want to have my breast removed. He checked and told me to stay calm. He would treat it until it got smaller, and then we could think about it later. I was so glad; it was as if I had just witnessed a miracle. Dr Sommai treated me and the lump quickly shrank until I finally could not find it anymore.
On 13 October 2008, Dr Sommai took me to see a doctor at a private hospital in Singburi. This doctor studied my medical history and checked my breast. He told Dr Sommai that he could not find the lump and did not know where to start removing it. I continued to receive treatments from Dr Sommai.
In early 2009, I covertly went to see a doctor at a big hospital in Bangkok without telling him that I had breast cancer. I only told him that I would like to see if I had breast cancer. The (male) doctor sent me to do a mammogram and ultrasound. A female doctor checked and told me that there was no lump. She only found an area where a lot of calcium particles were attached. When I brought the results to the male doctor, he asked me why I went there when I was fine. I showed all the information from the private hospital to him and he scolded me, asking why I had lied to him and where I was treated (to shrink the lump). I told him the truth, but did not say anything except that there was no lump to remove (from my breast). I went home and have takenDr Sommai‘s medicine up till now. The lump has yet to reappear.
Case #3: Breast Cancer
Name: Samruay Kaewpanich
Date of Birth: March 2nd, 1959
In September of 2001, I went to see a doctor at a private hospital because I thought that I had a cyst in my left breast. However, the (test) results showed that I had cancer. The doctor at the hospital removed my left breast and sent the results to theNational Cancer Institute. People at the institute informed me that I needed 12 shots of chemotherapy. After the first one, I could not stand it and stopped the process.
Afterwards, I went to see Dr Sommai. The reason I came was because when I was a child (three years old), he had saved my life by removing a fruit seed from my throat. I was originally from Lopburi Province and was aware of his reputation as the“Miracle Doctor”. I discussed with my family whether I should have this “Miracle Doctor” treat me again. Perhaps his work would save me a second time.
The doctor treated me for five years by giving me a very thick (nearly like rubber), concentrated herbal medicine. I took the medicine daily. Now I am well but still continue to take it except less concentrated and only every other day. Furthermore, I now eat more fish and vegetables and consume less red meat.
Nowadays, I visit my parents in Lopburi once a month and stop by Dr Sommai‘s clinic to buy two-three more packs of his herbal medication.
Case #4: Sinus Cancer
Name: Thakoon Saereeratana
Home: Khlong Khlung, Kampaengphet Province
Date of Birth: April 30th, 1969
I, Thakoon Saereeratana, opened my own business in Kampaengphet Province. I developed cancer of the sinus when I was 18 years old. While I was being treated at Ramathibodi Hospital in December of 1988, the doctors there removed tissue samples from my nose to check 3-4 times and found cancer cells. Later, however, there were lumps at the top part of my neck and they had to treat it with chemotherapy and radiation. My condition did not improve, so the doctors told me to go home. They felt that I would not last longer than six months.
At that time, my mother had heard about Dr Sommai from some relatives and took me to see him. I stayed with the doctor for treatment for about one week. He gave some pills and herbal medicine to me. For three to four months, I took it three times a day, after meals. Afterwards, I took it two times daily, in the morning and evening. I was fine after taking the medicine for approximately a year and a half and have stopped taking it. I could eat normal food again.
Case #5: Breast Cancer
Name: Napasachada Apichanakhlangthong
Home: Ubon Ratchathani
Date of Birth: N/A
In 2001, I had a check-up at Bang Pho Hospital and found a lump in my left breast. They tested the tissues and told me that it was cancer. I asked the doctor at Bang Pho Hospital what would happen if I did not remove my breast. He replied that within one month, it would grow infected and swollen, and I would not live very long.
Through word of mouth, I heard that Dr Sommai could cure cancer, so I went to see him for treatment. The first three to four months, I was treated with injections, also taking both the herbal medication and pills. I received about five years of treatment, however, after the initial 3-4 month period, I was better and he reduced of medication consumption .
After five years of treatment, I went for a check-up and did not find anything, so I stopped taking his medicine. I had yearly check-ups for six years. Two years later, I was in good health and did not have any more check-ups.
I did not feel that the medical treatment was expensive at all. If compared with the new life that I received, the cost helped me live longer with my family, as well as have a better quality of life.
Name: Mongkhol Wanthanu
Home: Ratchaburi Province
Date of Birth: January 17th, 1958
I run my own business. One day while selling my goods, I breathed in and felt a slight pain, as if something was poking my lung, so I went to see a doctor at Ratchaburi Province Hospital, which was a private institute. I stayed overnight for the check-up and moved to Photharam District Hospital for three more nights. Afterwards, I rested at home for a few more days.
Once my relatives had heard about my cancer, they recommended a doctor who cured cancer. They said that he was a miracle doctor and his medicine was a cancer curative so I went to see Dr Sommai. After taking his medicine for two days, I could eat more. Before that I could hardly eat any food — I was full after just a few bits. But now I had a large appetite — and could even eat rice with fish sauce.
Dr Sommai gave me 39 pills and herbal medicine as part of his treatment. The cost of the initial treatment like this was a little high , the doctor had to send me to get x-rayed atSingburi Hospital, as well as to use a bag of blood due to my very weak condition resulting from lack of nutrition.
I took the medicine for nearly a year and was better. I went back to get a check-up by computer at the original hospital. From six centimeters wide, the cancerous lump shrank down to only two centimeters across. Presently, I am still taking the medication.
Sorce : Dr Sommai Thongprasert From Thailand