For 80 years the world was jolted by one of the most brilliant physicians to ever walk the earth: Emanuel Revici, MD. Albert Einstein called him the greatest mind he had ever met.
Dr. Revici was a physician who had successfully cured patients of cancer, put full blown AIDS patients into remission, cured heroin addiction in 3 days, successfully treated mental illness and significantly improved people’s lives and reduced human suffering. Revici is arguably the most important physician since Hippocrates. One of his titanic discoveries was understanding the process of what has become known as the anabolic/catabolic metabolic balance. The anabolic/catabolic forces are involved in almost everything in the body. Failing to understand the importance of these fundamental life processes could cost you your health.
Dr. Revici’s text: “Research in Physiopathology as Basis of Guided Chemotherapy” was published in 1961. This text is extraordinarily complex, is out of print and is very difficult to find. It yields an incredible amount of vital information regarding Revici’s complex theories, the effects of electrostatic and quantum forces upon the body, his explanation of the anaerobic and dysaerobic factors, various orthomolecular agents that are effective at controlling these imbalances, and much more than this.
Cellular metabolism is the fundamental process with how energy can be produced from nutrients and oxygen. Understanding the differences between the 2 metabolic states of anaerobic and dysaerobic can mean the difference between life and death, health and disease and fast recovery versus slow recovery. There is probably not a single clinical health condition that does not involve an anaerobic or dysaerobic imbalance.
Revici discovered an entire system of biological hierarchy, correspondant with the periodic table of the elements. This system of hierarchy details the various layers of formation and organization from the smallest particles in the body, to the largest. Through his brilliant understanding of chemistry, he determined the effect of various nutrients and biological agents at the various stages of hierarchical organization. His understanding of the effects of metals, chemicals, vitamins, minerals at each hierarchical level is quite amazing. Revici’s biological hierarchy is as follows:
- Sub-nuclear level
- Nuclear level
- Cellular level
- Tissue level
- Organ level
- Systemic level
Since his primary work was with cancer, he had created/postulated the various stages of cancer progression and their interaction with the levels of hierarchical organization. These include:
Revici’s primary work with cancer was identifying the various progressive stages of cancer a patient currently was in, and to determine the influence this had upon the biological hierarchy. By understanding these various influencing factors, Revici would administer various orthomolecular type agents, both orally as well as intravenously. These agents were designed to correct the various layers of imbalance at the specific-affected hierarchical levels. Revici is recognized as the first physician to demonstrate the potency of the trace mineral Selenium in various cancers and states of metabolic imbalance. His discoveries of selenium pre-dated conventional understanding by several decades. Many of Revici’s other formulations included organic alcohols such as L-Butanol and Heptanol, as well as formulations such as magnesium thiosulfate and mercaptans. Revici was among the first physicians to use omega 3 fatty acids to treat cancer.
Anaerobic (Anabolic) Metabolic Imbalance
Anaerobic metabolism is the anabolic processes of cellular building. In an anaerobic imbalance there is excess anabolic activity taking place. Instead of producing energy with oxygen, a person is relying on lactic acid fermentation. This is very inefficient. Because an anaerobic patient tends to have a decrease in cell membrane permeability, there is insufficient fatty acid activity and excess sterol activity. When anaerobic conditions are prevalent, cell membranes are too tight, nutrients and oxygen are not used properly by the cells.This contributes to excess intra-cellular acidity, excess potassium in the cells and can derail function in various organs, and systems in the body.
Since biological energy production is generated at the cellular level, it is very easy to see what happens when de-regulation occurs.
Conditions Associated with an Anaerobic Imbalance:
- Viral & Bacterial Infections
- High Blood Pressure
- Organ Dysfunction
- Seizures, Convulsions
Dysaerobic (Catabolic) Metabolic Imbalance
Dysaerobic metabolism is the catabolic process of cellular degeneration. In a dysaerobic imbalance there is excess catabolic activity that is taking place due to lipid peroxidation. Because oxidation is out of control, a dysaerobic patient produces free radicals rather than efficient energy. A dysaerobic patient has excess fatty acid activity and a decrease in sterol activity.
Conditions Associated with a Dysaerobic Imbalance:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Gall Bladder Colic
- Low Blood Pressure
Identifying Anaerobic/Dysaerobic Imbalances
Revici used various methods to determine anaerobic/dysaerobic imbalances. He had a very complex way of interpreting blood chemistry, which included the importance of measuring the levels of intracellular (not serum) potassium. He also used urine testing such as the measurement of urinary surface tension, specific gravity and urine pH.