Alternative Therapies, Poly-MVA, Apoptosin, Cannabis Oil, Energy Medicine
In this video, William S. Eidelman spends about 24 minutes speaking on "Alternative Therapies, Poly-MVA, Apoptosin, Cannabis Oil, Energy Medicine" at the 42nd Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.
About William S. Eidelman
WILLIAM S. EIDELMAN, M.D. graduated with a B.A. Degree in Psychology from U.C.L.A. in 1970 and received his M.D. from St. Louis University School of Medicine, Missouri in 1975. Later he trained in Psychiatry in Oakland, California but left that to enter the field of Alternative Medicine.
Currently, he works as a Consultant in natural approaches to healing. The main treatment modalities are herbs, nutrition, bioelectromagnetism and meditation.
In 2006, he discovered that the Alpha-Stim, a micro-electric current stimulator, melts the craving for a cigarette for 2 minutes nearly every time. Alpha-Stim is widely used for anxiety, depression, insomnia and pain.
Dr. Eidelman has been working for more than 20 years with natural cancer therapies, beginning with 714X. He has worked consistently with Poly-MVA and Apoptosin, as part of a healing program. He has observed the results of Energy Medicine in cancer.
He was one of the pioneer physicians to help patients obtain their rights under the Compassionate Use Act of 1996 and thus began a journey of learning the healing powers of Cannabis from his patients. While cannabis might be an “old faithful” for relieving symptoms associated with both cancer and cancer treatments such as chemo and radiation it is only very recently emerging that more concentrated oils, taken orally or topically, are putting cancer into remission. While these cannabis oils do not have the long term track record of other therapies well known to Cancer Control Society, they are very promising.
Dr. Eidelman belongs to the following Professional Organizations: Member, American College for Advancement in Medicine (www.acam.org), Member, Society of Cannabis Clinicians (www.ccrmg.org) and Fellow, American Institute of Stress (www.stress.org)
He may be contacted at his Clinic located in Hollywood, California by phone 323-463-3295 and e-mail [email protected]
Thank you all.
And thank you for Lorraine for inviting me and Frank and Lorraine for the amazing work you've been doing for so many years. I think I've been coming here almost every year for the last 24 years and I've learned a lot and continue to learn.
And I'm always surprised at the new things happening. Just to put things in a little bit of a perspective, you know, we live in a huge universe or multiverse. And we're little tiny pieces of this infinite whole were inseparable parts of this infinite whole. We're here for, you know, an eternity, the blink of an eye, more or less.
And, you know, we're here today and gone to Maui or gone tomorrow and. But we enjoy while we're here.
So why alternative medicine? Well, when I was in medical school, I saw that it's that the field of medicine in general was on a train on the wrong track, going in the wrong direction. And I wouldn't get on that train. So the first part of my career, actually, well, when I was graduated from medical school in 1975 and I was driving out to California to do psychiatric residency because I didn't want to go into medicine persay like internal medicine or something like that, because, again, they were in the wrong direction. All the information they were giving was wrong, as far as I could tell most of it. And so I chose psychiatry. My dad was a professor of psychiatry. I'll talk a little more about him in a few minutes. And so I chose to go into psychiatry, figuring it would be less invasive to me. And I stopped on the way at the bottom of the Grand Canyon at this beautiful have Sioux Falls. And I met this. This is nineteen seventy five. I met a hippie girl down there with strikes talking about energy of this and the energy of that. And I'm fresh out of medical school. I go, what are you what are you talking about? This energy. She goes, Oh, you're moving to Berkeley. You'll find out.
And so sure enough, that happened. And I'll be talking more about that as the talk goes on.
But even psychiatry wasn't my thing, even they're going in the wrong direction, and, boy, did they go in the wrong direction. And I ended up going to India in 1977 and studying with the oh show Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, who created what he called the psychology, the awakened ones. And I like to call it the psychology of Awakening. I don't claim to be awakened. And, you know, the gist of it is we're