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What to Do Next

Four brief steps to take:1. Read about the CA Care Therapy first and decide if you are prepared to work hard to heal yourself. We offer no magic bullet. Healing is yours to work for.2. Come to our centre personally or send your loved ones who know about your case with all medical reports and scans. If you are from another country send us an e-mail. But we must say we are very reluctant to take on patients via e-mails.3. Fill in First Visit form.4. Sign the Disclaimer and Release of Liability form.

Our centre is at 5, Lebuhraya Gelugor, Penang.

 Consultation with appointment only. Monday to Friday from 10.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.

For appointment call 604-6595881 or email: chriskhteo@gmail.com

We provide free consultation on first come first served basis. However, the elderly or seriously ill get priority over others.

Click this link for map and contact details: https://cacare.org/category/02-about-us/   or

http://cacare.com/content/view/51/61/

THE WAY WE WORK!We request you to do two things:1. You need to bring along all your medical reports and give us copies of them. In addition you need to fill in THE FIRST VISIT FORM.2. We require you to sign a Disclaimer & Release of Liability Form. You need to agree to release us from any liability and responsibility in the event that problems or complications arise from the consumption of our herbs.

Based on the feedback you give in the First Visit Form and Medical Reports we shall prescribe the necessary herbs. It is therefore very important that you answer the questions asked adequately – give all possible details of your problems. An answer of No and Yes would not be able to help us to help you.

EXAMPLE OF WHAT HERBS YOU WOULD TAKE 

Case 1: Helen has breast cancer and one breast has been removed. She is currently on chemotherapy. She suffered side effects like nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite. She is constipated. She has no gastric problem.


Our prescription for Helen:
1. Capsule A: 2 cap., take 3 times per day on empty stomach.
2. C- Tea: take as drinking water, 1 to 2 liters per day.
3. Breast-M: take once a day (need boiling).
4. Chemo-Tea: take once a day while on chemotherapy.
5. Constipation Tea: take when necessary.

Case 2. James has colon cancer that has spread to the liver. His stomach is bloated and distended. He is in severe pain.

Our prescription for James:

1.Capsule A + B: 2 cap. A and 2 cap. B, take 3 times per day with honey water.
2. LL-Tea: take as drinking water, 1 to 2 lietes per day.
3. Liver-P: take once a day (need boiling).
4. Abdominal Distension Tea:for the bloated stomach, take once a day.
5. Pain Tea: take 3 to 6 times per day.

Information Required on First Visit Form 

Full Name:

Age:

Gender:  M / F

Part 1: Medical history 

Cancer: Type, stage and extent of spread (metastasis).

How it started, what doctors you have seen and the treatments given.   You MUST provide us with copies of all medical reports.

Part B : Your Current Medications

Are you currently on any herbs? If yes, are they effective? Give details. We request you to stop all other herbs if you wish to start with our herbs. You may continue to take your doctor’s medication, nutrients and vitamin supplements but list down what you are taking.

Part C: Your Current Health

The more details you provide, the better we can understand your problems.
1. Are you in pain? Where, how often/serious?

2. Can you sleep? Elaborate.

3. Feeling tired?

4. How often is your bowel movement? Difficult, constipated, with blood?

5. How is your appetite?

6. Any swelling? Where?

7. Do you have: Gastric problems? Diabetes? High blood pressure?

8. Urination – frequency? painful? with blood?

9. Cough? What phlegm colour (white/yellow). Itchy throat?

10. Difficulty in breathing? Elaborate.

11. List and explain any other complaints.

Disclaimer and Release of Liability

Particulars of  patient: 

I,__________________________________________

IC/No________________________

Address:________________________________________________________________

being of age and sound mind, and who is suffering from cancer of: ________________ hereby voluntarily make the following declaration that: 

1.  I have on my own free will, come to seek advice and help from Dr. Chris K H Teo and members of his CA Care team (being a project of CA Care Centre Plt) with regards to my illness. I acknowledge that there is no guarantee or promise that the herbs provided by CA Care can benefit me or cure my sickness. I am aware that I shall be taking the herbs prescribed to me on my own free will and choice and at my own risk. I declare that I shall not under any circumstances hold Dr. Chris KH Teo or any members of his CA Care liable in the event that problems or complications arise from the consumption of such herbs.

2.  I am fully aware that Dr. Chris K H Teo and members of his CA Care are giving his/her/their advice free of charge and in good faith to help me with my sickness, which I know is serious. I am at full liberty to accept or reject the advice given to me. I understand that any payment I make is for the cost of herbs and/or supplies only.

3.  I also acknowledge that Dr. Chris K H Teo and the members of CA Care have advised me to go for whatever medical treatments necessary and that I am fully responsible for my choices of treatment.

4.  I am aware that Dr. Teo and his team are collecting and documenting data on cancer and that my case history is part of this research effort. My consultation sessions with Dr. Teo are video-taped and I have no objection to this. However, in the event that my case history is being documented and published, my real name cannot be used without my permission. Similarly, video clip(s) of me cannot be used without masking my face to hide my identity, unless with my prior permission.

I make this declaration to release Dr. Chris K H Teo and members of CA Care from any liability and responsibility, and hereby put my signature as below:

Signature: _________________________   Name:

Witness: ___________________________ Name:

Dated: ____________________________  at 5, Lebuhraya Gelugor, Penang.

 

For those who ask for help online

Thank you very much for writing to us about your problem. We fully understand the need to find alternative methods when medical science has failed. CA Care exists because of this need. In the past we did try to help cancer patients via the net. But our experience showed that we failed miserably. It did not work out.

To be useful to cancer patients:

  • I need to see patients personally or at least a family member who knows exactly the problem. I need to talk to them and assess their problems face to face. By seeing the patients, I might be able know what was wrong with them. Then I need to see all the medical reports and scans – blood test results, USG, MRI, CT or PET scan.  It is only after this study and dialogue that I know exactly what to do and prescribe the herbs. There are over 100 types of herbal teas that we specially formulated for cancer patients and they are specific for each problem. So to get the best from our experience means we just cannot do things on line.
  • After patient takes the herbs, I would need them to come back again after a week or two for me to assess the effectiveness of the herbs. If there is a need to I may have to add or subtract certain herbs.
  • By meeting and talking to patients and know what they eat, how they live, etc. I would be able to know what has gone wrong and suggest changes.
  • Cancer is a complex problem that involves both physical and mental aspects. Taking herbs alone is no magic. We have to do more than that – change of lifestyle, mental attitude, diet etc.

The above is nothing new. Patients need to be physically present to get help from their medical doctors. Every patient knows that. The same applies to CA Care. This is even more necessary knowing that almost all patients who come or write to us are medically failed cases – they are generally at the end stage where their doctors cannot meaningfully help them anymore. So at CA Care, I need to be more serious and more committed than just reading emails and trying to play god. 

I hope you understand through this short explanation that it is extremely hard for me to help patients who live in foreign countries. I have tried this for some years and my experience showed me that at the end of it all, it is just a waste of effort and also a waste of money on your part. It is most frustrating indeed for me.

If you have read our articles in the websites: www.cacere.com or www.cacare.org or www.CancerCareMalaysia.com patients do experience miraculous healing. You will note that these patients (or a family member) come here and we do the therapy together. That is the reason why they succeed. I need to see patients every now and then to know what is going on.

I don’t want to be negative.  I understand that you need help but I must be sincere and honest to myself too. In my heart I know there are times and situations when I just cannot help. The problem is beyond me to solve. And I also know that I cannot solve everybody’s problem in this world. I have been working very hard every day to help cancer patients and I know in my heart that I can do that much and no more.

But please don’t give up. If you open up your heart and mind, you will know that there are also alternative healers in your own country. Why don’t you try them? Ask around and you may find one. I am sorry for being unable to help.

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Herbs & Their Preparation

Most cancer patients who came to us are medically written-off cases. They have exhausted all avenues of modern medical treatments. So, in addition to detoxifying the body, we have to alleviate many other discomforts like pain, severe weakness, severe coughs with excessive phlegm or breathlessness, constipation (often, morphine-induced), ascites, distended abdomen, edema, etc. We have formulated herbal teas to provide relief and healing of such problems.The following are some of the herbs provided by us.

Herbs for Detoxification

Capsule A This consists of a mixture of herbs for general cancer. All cancer patients are to take two capsules, three to four times per day, preferably on empty stomach. If the patient has gastric problems these capsules are to be taken after food. The function of Capsule A is to detoxify the body system.

Capsule B This consists of a mixture of herbs which is taken together with (in addition to) Capsule A with honey water, for persons with liver problems or suffering from liver cancer. As with Capsule A, Capsule B is taken three to four times per day.

deTox TeaC-Tea and LL-Tea These are herbal teas and we recommend that a person drinks one to two litres per day. Take this tea as your daily drinking water. The function of this tea is for general cleansing of the body. DeTox is for those with NPC, prostate and bladder cancer; and also people with urinary problems in general. C-Tea is for those with various cancers while LL-Tea is specifically for those with liver cancer and leukemia.

 Herbs for Pain

Pain is the most common problem experienced by cancer patients. The pain can be due to inflammation, a tumour, or the tumour pressing on the the nerves or organs. Tumour metabolites can sometimes stimulate the nerves and muscles or joints to cause pain. The basic dictum of Chinese medicine is that, If there is pain, there is no free flow, if there is no free flow, there is pain. Lack of free flow could be due to stagnation or stasis, thus obstructing the flow of qi and blood. Deficiency of qi may also result in poor blood circulation. This can also cause pain. A few herbal mixtures have been formulated to help patients who are in pain.

Pain Tea This herbal mixture does not contain any pain killer. It relieves pain by promoting blood circulation. Depending on severity, Pain Tea can be taken one to six times per day. Prepare the tea per instructions found at the top of the box. Initially, patients can gradually decrease the intake of pain killers or morphine when they start taking our herbs. In many cases, after taking Pain Tea, patients do not have to take morphine or pain killers any more. They do not have to continue taking the Pain Tea once the pain is completely gone. Pain Tea actually heals the pain.

Pain Solution This herbal mixture is steeped in Chinese wine and is usually recommended for those in need of quick relief from pain. It is for external use only. The solution is applied onto the painful part of the body.

Herbs for Coughs

A cough is not a disease. It is a symptom of lung disorder or the dysfunction of the internal organs i.e., internal injuries of the spleen and kidneys. Such impairment could lead to accumulation of fluid, phlegm and fire. Depending on the syndrome, patients are to take the appropriate herbal cough mixtures.

Cough No. 1 is for dry, long standing coughs with little mucous. Sometimes the sputum can be blood-tinged. There is dryness in the mouth and throat and feverish sensations in the palms and soles.

Cough No. 3 is for coughs producing yellow, thick and sticky sputum. Sometimes, the patient may feel fullness in the chest, has shortness of breath and may experience nausea or vomiting.

Cough No. 5 is for coughs producing thick, sticky, white phlegm. There may be fullness in the chest, nausea or headache and dizziness.

Cough No. 6 is generally for elderly persons who have productive coughs with shortness of breath, chest upset or indigestion. The sputum is whitish and foamy.

Cough No. 11 is for non-productive coughs with an itchy feeling in the throat. The patient is with or without chill or fever.

Cough No. 12 is for those with phlegm that seems to be stuck in the throat and is difficult to expectorate.

Herbs for Constipation

Constipation refers to difficulty in passing stools. This could be due to excess internal heat leading to dry intestines. Weakness of the body is another cause of constipation and in this case, the stools are not necessarily dry or hard. Most cancer patients suffer from constipation. Their stools are dry and bowels are moved only once in several days. These patients usually produce small amounts of deep yellow urine. Elderly patients generally have difficulty in passing stools although there is an urge to defecate.

Herbs for Phlegm and Fluid Retention

Retention of phlegm and fluid leads to excessive water in certain parts of the body resulting in swelling, bloatedness and ascites. Phlegm is thick and turbid while fluid is clear and thin. Chinese medical scholars are of the opinion that phlegm and retained fluid were of the same origin, holding that fluid is the initial form of phlegm. The cause is the malfunction of the spleen leading to disorder of the transportation, transformation and distribution of the body fluid. This disorder is manifested in various symptoms. Ascities is the internal accumulation of fluid, especially in the peritoneal cavity, causing the abdomen to swell. Edema is the accumulation of fluid in the subcutaneous tissues expressed by puffiness of the head, face, eyelids, limbs, abdomen, back and scrotum. It is a result of malfunctions of the heart, liver and kidney. Abdominal distension is the enlargement of the abdomen accompanied by dark yellow coloration of the skin or visible superficial veins on its surface.

Ascities Tea Many cancer patient suffer from ascities. The medical answer to this problem is to puncture the abdominal cavity and draw out the fluid. In severe cases, this has to be done as often as once every few days. An alternative to surgical intervention is to take Ascites Tea, one to three times per day and experience the amazing results!

Edema-Upper Tea is for the swelling of the face, hands and other upper parts of the body.

Edema-Lower Tea is for the swelling of the legs and the lower parts of the body.

Abdominal Distension Tea is for the tight and hardened enlargement of the abdomen. In severe cases, the tea can be taken two to three times per day.

Lung Phlegm Tea is for those in which there is fluid or phlegm in the lungs resulting in laboured or difficult breathing.

Herbs for Strengthening Body Resistance

Most cancer patients who come to us are generally weak or exhausted. The use of proper herbs to increase body resistance and body vitality is recommended.

Chemo-Tea Those who are currently on chemotherapy generally benefit from taking this tea. It strengthens the body, reduces nausea and vomiting and encourages appetite.

Radio-Tea is especially formulated for those who are currently undergoing radiotherapy. It strengthens the body, encourages appetite and helps in blood formation.

Appetite Tea helps in restoring appetite.

Vomiting Tea helps those who experience problems of nausea and vomiting.

T & E Tea for patients who tumours in their body and or lack energy.

Herbs for Specific Cancers 

In addition to taking Capsule A or Capsule A and Capsule B for liver cases, and deTOX, C-Tea and LL Tea, we have formulated various teas for specific cancers.

Brain Tea for brain cancer.

Bone Tea for bone cancer.

Breast Cancer Teas: 
Breast L
 are for those with fixed or movable hard mammary masses; 
Breast M 
are for those exhibiting metastasis or who have suffered relapses after chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

Cervical Tea for cervical cancer

Fibroid Tea – GY6 This is not a cancer tea. We have formulated this tea for benign lumps in the reproductive organs.

GI 1 and GI 2 Tea are for colon and rectal cancer.

Leukemia Tea for leukemia.

Lung 1 and Lung 2 Teas for lung cancer.

Liver-P Tea for liver cancer and various hepatitis.

Lymphoma 1 and Lymphoma 2 Tea for cancer of the lymph nodes

NPC 1, NPC 2 and NPC Phlegm Teas are for nasopharyngeal cancer.

Throat & Oesophagus Tea for throat and oesophagus cancer.

Tougue 1 and Tougue 2 for tongue cancer.

Prostate Cancer Teas:
Prostate A
 is for prostate cancer. 
Prostate B 
is for those with sporadic urination or possible urinary obstruction, low abdominal fullness and pain in the back.

Stomach Tea for stomach cancer.

Utero-Ovary Tea for uterine cancer.

Herbs for Miscellaneous Problems 

Blood-in-Urine Tea for those who pass out blood in the urine.

Stomach Function Tea for those with gas or flatulence, feeling of fullness of the stomach, nausea, vomiting and acid regurgitation; for those who experience pains that change positions around the abdominal area.

Hiccup Tea is for those who suffer from unceasing hiccups.

Blood-in-Stool Tea is for those who pass out blood in the stools.


Jaundice Teas:

Jaundice Heat
 for jaundiced conditions with heatiness symptoms.

Jaundice Cold for jaundiced conditions with cold symptoms.


Art-Rhu Capsule
 is for those with general arthritic joint pains and rheumatism.

Menopause Capsule is for women who are going through menopause and experience menopausal symptoms like, hot flashes, insomnia, bodily discomfort and so forth.

PMS Capsule is for those who find themselves experience premenstrual symptoms such as being easily irritated and angry; bloated abdomen, tenderness of breasts, cravings for certain foods, etc.

Flu Teas:
Heat Flu is for those who are having flu, with hot breaths, feverish and produce yellow phlegm. Their urine is of a deeper yellow coloration.
Cold Flu is for those who are having flu, with aversion to cold. The urine is normally of very light coloration. The phlegm is normally white or colorless.

Insomnia Tea is for those who could not sleep at night.

PS Solution is an oil steeped with herbs, used to reduce swellings and pains. It is for external application only.

 Instructions and tips on how to prepare and take the herbal teas:
Tips for preparation:

1.        You will need a cooking pot (glass, clay or stainless steel) for preparation of tea. Choose one that is big enough to prevent boiling over.

2.        To save time spent in kitchen preparing the teas, you may boil more than one herbal tea at the same time. In this case you will need two or more pots and stoves. All teas must be boiled separately, strained and kept in separate thermos flasks.

3.        The teas are to be taken separately, at separate times (preferably at least 1 -2 hours apart). Before the appropriate time to take the prepared herbal tea, pour out the tea into a cup to allow it to cool to a comfortable temperature for drinking.

4.        Do not keep the tea overnight. It may turn sour.

Instructions are given at the top of the box. Below are some tips and general instructions for the preparation of the various herbs.

deTox TeaC-Tea and LL-Tea

How to prepare:  The amount of tea to use is stated on the label. Boil tea in 1 litre water. When water boils, lower flame and simmer for about 25 minutes. Turn off the flame and allow sediments to settle. Sieve tea into a thermos flask to keep for drinking. We recommend that you drink 1 or 2 litres of tea per day. Drink tea throughout the day as drinking water. When you have finished the tea, you may drink water as usual.

Other Herbal Teas:

How to prepare: The amount of tea to use is stated on the label. Generally you need to use 6 Tablespoonfuls (heap) tea to 3 cups (1 cup about 230 – 250 ml) water in a cooking pot. Put to boil without covering the pot. Use medium flame when water starts boiling. Continue boiling until about 1 cup water is left. Strain the tea. You can discard the debris or reboil it to make another cup of tea to drink later. Allow tea to cool down (warm) before consuming.

Drink one type of at a time. Give an hour or two, before you take the next tea. If you find the taste in your mouth is unpleasant, munch a small piece of fruit after consuming tea. That will help, but do not take sweets or artificial sweeteners.

Pain Tea:

How to prepare: Add 3 Tablespoonful (heap) tea to 3 cups (1 cup about 230 – 250 ml) water in a cooking pot. Put to boil as described earlier.

Tips: Pain Tea can also be boiled together with another herbal tea (e.g., Brain, Bone, Breast, Cervical, Lung, Liver P, Lymphoma, Prostate, Stomach, Utero-Ovary, Ascites, Abdominal Distension, etc.). This saves preparation time. In this case, use 3 Tablespoons of Pain Tea + 6 Tablespoons of any tea into 3 or 4 cups water and boil down to 1 cup. Note that only Pain Tea can be mixed with other teas. Other teas need to be boiled separately.

Patient taking Breast M, Liver P, Ascites and 5 times of Pain Tea per day.

1. 6 Tablespoons Breast M + 3 Tablespoons of Pain Tea: Boil as described above.

2. 6 Tabolespoons of Liver P +   3 Tablespoons of Pain Tea:  Boil as described above.

3. 6 Tablespoons of Ascites + 3 Tablespoons of Pain Tea:  Boil as described above.

4. Patient needs to take 2 more doses of Pain Tea:  Add 6 (3+3) Tablespoons Pain to 6 cups water and boil as described above. Boil until 2 cups. Take one cup of Pain Tea at a time.

More tips: Sometimes patient takes finds it difficult to drink too much teas. In such a situation, the teas can be concentrated by boiling longer to reduce the volume to ¾ or ½ a cup instead of 1 cup.   

Take for example a patient who is prescribed:

1. Capsule A + B, 2 + 2 capsules three times a day. Note: Capsule A+B need to be taken with honey water. In this case use a half-teaspoon of honey in warm water and drink it together with the capsules. If you are only taking Capsule A, then it is not necessary to drink with honey water.

2. LL-tea, drink as drinking water.

3. Breast M tea, once a day.

4. Liver P tea, once a day.

5. Ascites tea, once a day.

6. Pain tea, 3 times a day.

You may plan your schedule as below:

Morning

Wake up: Take 2 cap A + 2 cap B with honey water, on empty stomach. If you have gastric problem, take capsules after breakfast. Honey is for medicinal purpose. Do not replace with sugar.

Mid-morning, ONE hours after breakfast. Take Breast M + Pain teas.

Afternoon

ONE HOUR before or after lunch: Take 2 cap A + 2 cap B with honey water.

Mid-afternoon: Ascites + Pain teas.

Evening

Late evening ONE hour before dinner. Liver P + Pain Teas.

Before going to bed: Take 2 cap A + 2 cap B with honey water.

The above schedule is just an example. You don’t have to strictly follow the suggestion. Please make your own schedule that suits your circumstances.

 
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