Video Transcript: Dr. Morais’ Innovative Cancer Detection & Treatment Protocol
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: Of the ones we use, the most important is the Chinese herb, Linzhi. Have you heard of it?
Ty Bollinger: No, what’s it called?
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: Linzhi.
Ty Bollinger: What exactly is Linzhi and I can tell Linzhi you said “ZED.” So that’s what—we used to live in New Zealand, and they call Z, Zed. So that’s interesting.
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: It’s a mushroom. It’s a kind of Chinese mushroom. Linzhi mushroom specifically used for fighting cancer, but I found the Germans also believed in that, but they believed in bringing in selenium. They found that after the war, the soil in Germany and all were depleted, and everyone was getting cancer. So, they did, when they take cancer patients and tested the amount of selenium in the body was so low. So, selenium was very important in Germany, and the next they found was very important is beta carotene, around 20,000 iu, for cancer patients to take 20,000. Prevention, they take 10,000. So you combine Linzhi, selenium, beta-carotene and make the atmosphere negative ion, cancer will run away.
Ty Bollinger: So, you made the environment unfriendly for cancer. Okay, now how do you make the environment with negative ions?
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: Yeah, I got this negative ion.
Ty Bollinger: Right here?
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: Yeah that one, the rock—Himalayan rock.
Ty Bollinger: Himalayan rock.
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: With a high voltage for the frequency of the rock makes the atmosphere negative ion. That’s the one.
Ty Bollinger: And so why is negative ion so important, is it due to the free radicals?
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: That’s right, removing all the free radicals.
Ty Bollinger: Yeah, that’s an interesting combination. And I’d heard about the selenium. I think it was with the work of Dr. Gerhard Schrauzer, a German doctor on selenium.
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: What most of I do is from Germany.
Ty Bollinger: Most of what you do is Germany. Okay, tell me about this machine behind you. What is this?
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: No, this is picks up the frequencies. It picks up the frequencies of every organ, and there are eight points in this that can identify cancer. One is the lymphatic system, the allergy system, and the degeneration system. We used—the Germans don’t put the word cancer. They put “degeneration system”. I show you the points. This is the lymphatic system. Okay. And I must get a reading of 50. Let me check whether the machine working. Yes, 50. So she’s clear, that one lymphatic point is clear. The doctor you better watch this, this is the allergy point, middle finger. It’s clear.
This is a cancer point, the Germans call degeneration point. I’ll give you a map. Yeah, so I’ve cleared three points. And this is the breasts, if I want to see the breast. I’ll— clear, you saw the 50 there. This is the lymph system, the allergy system, the degeneration system. So, I’ve seen the six points in the upper body that really concerns cancer is clear. There are two in the leg. It’s in the fourth toe, opposite. It’s clear. The other leg. So, all the cancer points, are clear. So, any new patient come, I pick up one or two. I asked him to go and see a Western doctor, do a CAT scan or MRI to confirm, or I send them to do a cancer marker test.
Ty Bollinger: So, do these points have anything to do with acupuncture points? So, the combination of acupuncture with frequency.
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: It’s German acupuncture points.
Ty Bollinger: German acupuncture points, okay.
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: I have all the books here.
Ty Bollinger: I see you have a lot of books.
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: These are the English American guys who started the whole thing in the 50s.
Ty Bollinger: The Body Electric.
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: The Body Electric, then the English, Davidson, then the Germans, then the Indian, Srinivasan Energy Medicine. Then the Chinese. Everything is here.
Ty Bollinger: Dr. Morais, thank you so much for sharing with us today. This is fascinating stuff. You’re doing great work, and we really appreciate it.
Dr. Justin Morais, MD: Thanks. Thanks. It’s nice having you around.