Dr. Revici’s penetrating observations of the quantum forces or activity of lipids in health and disease led him to the discovery of “therapeutic agents”, as he called select lipids he administered to countless patients during a span of seven decades. These lipids not only induced significant remissions in many cancers, they did so without any side effects. Since Dr. Revici’s research was focused primarily on cancer he called these non-toxic lipids “chemotherapy.”
Dr. Revici also proved his therapeutic lipids (TLs) were very effective in the treatment of a host of acute and chronic conditions besides cancer. These include hypertension, cardiovascular disease, addictions, diabetes and autoimmune diseases. TLs are also beneficial for conditions such as allergies, nausea, vertigo, infections, arthritis, fatigue and pain.
What are TLs?
Some are concentrates of lipids found in trace amounts in the body or elsewhere in nature. Others are produced biologically or synthetically. Some therapeutic lipids deliver biologically active elements such as sulfur or selenium directly to cells and tissues. Most TLs are liquids and are taken by mouth.
How do TLs work?
They arrest and disable “pathogenic lipids”, as Dr. Revici chose to call lipids that cause tissue damage and hence disease. Here are three examples of pathogenic lipids:
Succinctly put, pathogenic lipids hijack oxygen. They hijack oxygen from aerobic metabolism resulting in unwanted anaerobic metabolism and free radicals. Anaerobic metabolism and free radicals damage tissues and initiate disease.
The quantum forces of TLs restore wanted aerobic metabolism by arresting and disabling pathogenic lipids.
TL’s and PAIN
Dr. Revici was able to manage pain effectively with TLs. In fact, his TLs were so effective at pain management that many of his patients – including those for whom narcotics and opiates would have been necessary– never required prescription pain medications.
Dr. Revici discovered that tissue pH is either too acid or too alkaline whenever and wherever there is pain in the body. He then identified TLs that best reduced or eliminated either acid or alkaline pain. These TLs arrest and deactivate the specific pathogenic lipid responsible for the aberrant pH.