About the PhytoMed Rx
The central point of our program is called the Phytoceutical Medicine Prescription (or, PhytoMed Rx). Phytoceutical means “plant products that have beneficial activity on biologic systems”, such as for the human body.
There are three components to each PhytoMed Rx. All are equally important and they are designed to work together for a synergist effect:
The first component is packages, or “Pax” of pre-selected tablets and capsules that are composed of 100% natural, raw whole foods and herbs. There are typically up to 25 pills per Pax. Patients will take the contents of one Pax one to three times daily, just before meals.
The second component is a liquid concentrate of herbal teas. This is a concentrate of a mixture of herbal liquids, flower essences and monoatomic elements. One ounce of herbal concentrate is mixed in a sports bottle of water which is consumed in small amounts throughout the day.
The third component is a homeopathic medicine called BioScan™ Formula. The standard dose of BioScan™ Formula is 10 drops three times daily. BioScan™ Formula leads the body gently and gradually through a very deep cleansing, detoxifying and restorative process.
This can all be done through the mail; it is not necessary to take time out of your life and go to the expense of traveling to the office and making arrangements for room and board for several weeks of care.
Each of these is named according to the type of illness the person is striving to recover from:
- For patients recovering from cancer they are called NeoPax™.
- For patients recovering from Lyme disease they are called LymePax™.
- For patients recovering from other illnesses such as cardiovascular concerns or many forms of chronic illness that are not cancer nor Lyme disease they are called OrthoPax™.
While there are literally hundreds of hi-quality herbs and herbal complexes available to use, specific selections of which herbal formulations for each PhytoMed Rx is based on the results of the BioScan™ Profile. Each type of Pax is assembled for a 30-day supply at a time and shipped direct to the patient. Refills are formulated based on a fresh Cheek Swab Specimen and a new BioScan™ Profile.
Typical Costs of the PhytoMed Rx
- NeoPax™ – for the patient recovering from many forms of cancer. Typical costs average from $1,800 to $2,000 monthly.
- LymePax™ – for the patient recovering from Lyme disease and its many co-infections. Typical costs average from $1,800 to $2,000 monthly.
- OrthoPax™ – for the patient recovering from many forms of chronic illness that are neither cancer nor Lyme disease. Typical costs vary from $500 to $1,200 monthly.
Duration of Care
Most people begin to notice improvements in their health, energy and outlook on life in the first month. Treatment programs using the PhytoMed Rx may last from six to 18 months depending on a number of conditions such as: how healthy a person is as we begin and what one’s personal goals may be, compliance with the program and the depth of one’s desire to be healthy.
NOTE: the formulation and dosing schedule of each type of Pax™ is designed to be highly flexible to meet a wide variety of needs. If you are interested in natural healing but want to alter the dosing format or schedule as outlined above, please discuss your needs with Dr. Charlie.
Obtain a NO-COST initial BioScan Profile™ Report & Recommendations. This report includes an evaluation of your state of health and what your personalized PhytoMed Rx would be, along with the costs for the first month.
For people recovering from cancer it can often explain “why” the cancer is there in the first place. Understanding and healing the underlying cause is key to final recovery.
There is no cost for your initial BioScan Profile™ Report & Recommendations, unless and until you choose that you would like to go ahead and participate in this program.
Pastoral Medical Association
While Dr. Charlie maintains licenses to practice both allopathic and homeopathic medicine, he also holds a third license to practice natural medicine. This license is valid throughout the United States and Canada. It is issued by a private, membership-based organization called the Pastoral Medical Association, or PMA. The license is known as Doctor of Pastoral Science and Medicine, or PSc. D. At this time this is the only license that Dr. Charlie practices under.
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