Successful Treatment of COPD Symptoms and Mycobacterial Infections
67 y.o. female who was diagnosed with COPD 6 years ago came to see Dr. Kokkalis. Her symptoms included coughing with clear Phlegm and severe shortness of breath with wheezing. Patient had started to use oxygen. Patient was recommended to use Wei Laboratories lung treatment formulas including Soup A, Soup B, and LC Balancer. Dr. Kokkalis also gave her some hydrogen peroxide and cordycips to use.
After 3 weeks of the combined treatment, patient reported feeling well but her lungs are not keeping up with her just yet. Patient explains that she has a low temperature fever that comes back every few weeks. The episodes included chills, low temperature fever, and shortness of breath upon exertion. It was suspected that the patient may have been dealing with a mycobacterial infection in the respiratory tract in addition to the COPD. Treatment including ClearLung, Java, Jade, NewBase (at 2/3 dosage) from Wei Labs was recommended that target lung mycoplasma.
During the first few days with the lung mycobacterial treatment, the patient reported that she was up all night, coughing up phlegm and blowing her nose. After giving the treatment another week, she felt a lot better. Patient reported no longer feeling sick but did still get out of breath. At this point in time, it was recommended that the patient complete the full lung mycobacteria protocol (4 weeks) and then stay strictly on the Soups.
After finishing the mycobacteria protocol, patient felt much better. She was no longer experienced the re-occurring low grade fever and chills. At this point in time, the patient was also able to walk out to the mailbox without oxygen to pick up mail, go shopping without the use of oxygen, and pick up medicine at the pharmacy herself as well. When back on oxygen, her oxygen level went up quickly from 87% to 96-97%. She was able to recuperate much faster.
After 2 more months on the Soup A, Soup B, and LC Balancer, the patient reported drastic improvements. She has been able to not use the oxygen at times, up to 12 hours. Patient was happy to report that she was able to attend a class reunion and did not use oxygen at all during the evening; she was happy that she did not have to carry the oxygen tank around. Patient is now continuing on the Soup products and incorporating exercise a few times a week at the hospital using their bicycles and exercise equipment. Treatment is moving in the right direction.