What is Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT)?
IPT is an alternative medicine therapy, which uses a well-directed insulin injection followed by a medically monitored hypoglycaemia. This therapy has been known for more than 80 (!) years and is proven to medically treat many diseases in a particularly favourable way.
What is the origin of IPT?
This therapy was “discovered” in the twenties of the last century when Insulin just was discovered as a treatment for diabetes mellitus. In this era, prior to antibiotics and cortisone many diseases were not or not yet curable.
Dr. med. D. Garcia was the discoverer, who convalesced from chronic diarrhoea with heavy weight loss during a self-experiment within only a few month. His experience became the basis of many sophisticated insulin therapies which would be applied successfully for a growing range of disease patterns. It was only decades ago that Dr. med. D. Garcia could heal gastric ulcer, which was still feared until some years ago, when helicobacter was discovered living in many stomachs. Joint rheumatism, chronic infections and even bronchial asthma were useful indications. As far back as in the forties Dr. Garcia started to treat cancer diseases and had creditable results.
What is so special about IPT?
This particular treatment method shows none or only small side effects of being to destroy the regulatory capabilities of the immune system. Even though chemotherapeutics, antibiotics, antimycotics, and virustatics are generally used aside from vitamins and minerals, only at a fraction of the dose were given in conventional practice.
What is the effect of the IPT treatment?
The patient is given a specific amount of Insulin. This Insulin causes the sick cells to absorb all medications given hereafter because Insulin “opens” the nutrient windows of all cells like a gatekeeper. The number of gatekeepers (or receptors) e.g. on a cancer cell is 6 to 8 times higher than on normal healthy cells.
A reduced blood sugar level is a consequence of the Insulin dose given, which is medically monitored. It proves on the other hand, that the receptors are activated and all cell windows (cell pores) are opened. They give way not only to the blood sugar but also to all other nutrients “swimming” in the blood temporarily. If medications are administered at the time of therapy, they will not accumulate in ordinary cells due to the characteristics described but predominantly to sick cells because of the increased number of gatekeepers (receptors).
Thus it is possible to target the sick cells with only a fraction of the medication applied. In addition to the reduction of the often damaging side effects of medications to healthy cells, the hemogram and immune system will not be destroyed.
How will you prepare a patient for the IPT-therapy?
You will arrive at the practice on an empty stomach, i.e. no food, no coffee, no tea, no juices, only water. Medications should be taken only after prior consultation. If you come to an afternoon treatment you may consume light nutrition which will not or only slightly raise your blood sugar level.
What is the course of the IPT-therapy?
First blood pressure and blood sugar are tested. Then an ECG will be taken and oxygen tested. You will receive a number of specific infusions. Then the Insulin injection will follow. All other medications prepared will be applied in a sequence pre-set and scheduled.
The following graph shows the course of a treatment which will last from two to three hours. Specially-trained healthcare professionals will be assigned to you during the whole time and the doctor controls the progress of the reactions. When the duration ends the treatment will be terminated by an application of a high-dosed sugar solution if necessary. Afterwards you will be monitored for at least one or two more hours. After the treatment you may consume some light food.
What are the benefits of the IPT-therapy?
The benefits of the IPT method can be summarized as follows:
- Considerably less “toxin” is applied compared to a conventional chemotherapy
- The “toxin” is led mainly towards the cancer cell
- The will be none or only minor side effects
- Extreme and drastically damages as could be caused by a too high dose of chemo therapy will not happen
- The effect of the whole treatment is more positive in total compared to a “normal” chemotherapy
- The patient will feel better instantly in many cases
- The cancer disease as a whole is stopped or reversed (because of the Insulin’s reconstructive and nourishing impact)
- The cancer cell will consume the chemo substances without resistance in the beginning. Therefore a habituation by the cancer cell occurs much later (only after about 8 to 12 times of the treatment instead of 4 to 6 times in a conventional treatment)
- Even chemo substances, which have been proven weak or useless in conventional procedures show results. This is due to the fact that the medicine is only “offered” to the cancer cells. The latter is forced to “swallow”, which means it is somehow “duped”.
- The method is not bound to chemotherapy. Other substances being less toxic and derived from the natural medicine can be applied.
- Even diabetics can be medicated with IPT with the supervision by a doctor
What disadvantages are there?
- Only a few health insurance policy in most countries will cover some of the treatments, because treatment with IPT is not a commonly used method. Sometimes personal involvement in negotiations with the health insurance company is necessary to be successful. The handling is quite different but you need to anticipate that you have to pay it on your own.
- The therapy is labour-intensive. It takes about 3 to 4 hours in total – sometimes even up to 6 hours.
- The therapy is cost-intensive due to the two reasons mentioned above. However it is much cheaper than a normal chemotherapy. However, normally the patient has to pay it on his own.
How successful is IPT-therapy compared to other therapies?
We like to emphasize that IPT is not a miracle cure or a universal remedy. Information given herein will not replace or substitute an extensive consultation with a doctor discussing the procedures including possible alternatives.