Journal of Pulmonary Medicine

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Chakras energies deficiencies as one of the causes of anosmia and loss of Taste in sars-cov-2 infection patients

Introduction: Anosmia can be considered to be an unknown symptom in COVID-19. More than half of patients with COVID-19 have anosmia and eighty-four percent of patients presented both smell and taste disorders. In traditional Chinese medicine, all the five external sensorial organs are related to five massive organs (Liver – vision, Heart – communication, Spleen – taste, Lung – smell and Kidney – hearing). The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that patients that are acquiring Sars-Cov-2 infections have energies deficiencies in the internal massive organs that are responsible for the sense of taste and smell. Methods: Through two clinical cases reports of patients that had Sars-Cov-2 infections and reported to have lack of sense of smell and taste as one of the symptoms. These patients did the measurement of the internal organs energies through radiesthesia procedure before they acquired Sars-Cov-2 infection. Another research did by the author studying the energy of the internal organs in a thousand patients during 2015 to 2020, prior to COVID-19 pandemic, were included in this study. Results: It was revealed that all the internal organs were in the lowest level of energy, including the Lung and Spleen that are responsible for the sense of smell and taste respectively. The treatment to replenish the energy of these organs were started weeks before the Sars-Cov-2 infection and it was sustained after the Sars-Cov-2 infection treatment, for a period of one year or more, using highly diluted medications according to the theory created by the author entitled Constitutional Homeopathy of Five Elements based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. In the researched made by the author in her Clinic in Brazil, it was found that more than 90% of the patients had no energy in any internal massive organs, including the Lung and the Spleen responsible for sense of smell and taste. Conclusion: in this study, the author is demonstrating that patients with lack of sense of taste and smell who underwent to Sars-Cov-2 infection have internal organs energies deficiencies including the Lung and Spleen and the treatment replenishing these energies are very important to treat the cause of these symptoms.

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