The claim is impressive, considering that 35 percent of American women using birth control pills have chronic vaginal yeast infections, and in men, jock itch and athlete’s foot are common. All three conditions are linked to Candida albicans, a naturally occurring yeast that creates problems when it grows out of control. In children, especially those who have been on antibiotics, Candida can cause thrush, a throat infection. Even the family dog’s chronic ear infections are linked to Candida.
Conventional medicine treats yeast and fungal infections with symptom-suppressing drugs, but these drugs can have side effects, and the condition often recurs.
Raul Vergini, MD, appreciates how difficult it is to eliminate candidiasis. When one of his patients couldn’t get rid of the condition he applied EFT. Modeled after acupuncture, EFT uses gentle fingertip tapping to release blocked energy along with stored emotions that contribute to health problems. Dr. Vergini tapped with the patient as they focused on her symptoms.
Two days later, her persistent itching, burning, discharge, and inflamed irritation had disappeared. A follow-up exam showed her to be clinically free from Candida. “She was also able to easily control, with EFT, the burning stomach pain she experienced every evening after dinner, especially when lying down,” Dr. Vergini says.
Los Angeles urologist Eric Robins, MD, blames unresolved emotional issues for 85 percent of all illnesses, especially chronic conditions that don’t respond to conventional therapy. “Some day,” he says, “modern medicine will realize this, and EFT will become a primary healing tool for physicians everywhere. It already is for me.”
Over 225,000 worldwide, including many health care practitioners, have downloaded Craig’s free EFT training manual from the official EFT website, which features reports and case studies on hundreds of illnesses, including cancer. The manual provides all the basics so that anyone can begin using it immediately.