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HOW DOES THE HEALING EFFECT OF THE BROCCOLI TREATMENT WORK?

 

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By Dr. Prof. Ibrahim Adnan Saracoglu

HOW DOES THE HEALING EFFECT OF THE BROCCOLI TREATMENT WORK?

The following effects will be recovered (re-established) by means of Broccoli Treatment.

  1. Vasodilative (expansion of vessels) effect of Broccoli on uro-genital system
  2. Re-establishing of disturbed circulation (ischemia) on uro-genital system especially on the Prostate
  3. Inductive anti-lithogen effect of Broccoli on urogenital vessels (channels)
  4. Re-establishing the fertility by means of the Broccoli Treatment
  5. Re-establishing of Libido
  6. Anti-bacterial effect of Broccoli Treatment

Stenosis (narrowing) of Uro-genital channels and its Consequences:

Generally, the stenosis (narrowing) of the uro-genital domain develops asymptomatic. Stenosis begins very slowly and approximately and it usually makes itself noticeable at age 40. Stenosis can be accelerated via stress, heavy lifting, and bad nutrition. At the beginning, stenosis of the uro-genital system reduces the volume of vessels (channels). Activities like weight lifting and stress increase the stenosis. Flow of secretions through the vessels will be gradually blocked. Disturbed circulation of blood (ischemia) in the uro-genital domain makes itself noticeable. Prostate ischemia especially makes itself noticeable. Blocked flow of secretions and ischemia occurs at the same time (simultaneously), which causes disturbed circulation at the prostate gland. Testosterone is a hormone, which is produced in the testes. Testosterone hormone circulates in the blood. Testosterone is transported by means of protein (carrier molecule) to the prostate. Because of the disturbed circulation, the testosterone hormone cannot reach the prostate.This means the prostate is now deficient of the testosterone hormone. Deficiency of testosterone causes the prostate to be unable to produce its secretions. The prostate gradually begins to enlarge because of the testosterone deficiency. The enlarged prostate gradually narrows the urethra. The consequence of a narrowed urethra is disturbed urination.

Under these conditions, the bladder cannot totally be emptied (residual urine). After each urination, residual urine exists in the bladder. In residual urine, microscopic crystals, which have sharp edges, can build up. During urination, these sharp edged crystals irritate the urethra. Micro-crystals cause micro injuries to the urethra. Broccoli has the very important action as a vaso-dilator (expansion of vessels) on all urogenital system (vas deferens, ampulla, etc). The prostate muscles especially will relax during the broccoli treatment. After the relaxation of the muscles and the prostate gland, the blood circulation will return to its normal circulation. Now, the testosterone hormone can reach the prostate. The prostate begins to gradually produce its secretions. Ejaculation volume normalizes also.

 

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