Dr. Sunkar A. Bisey, India's answer to Thomas Edison, westernized a traditional medicine made from seaweed. He had gone to England in the 1890's to study Engineering. After a trip to southern France, Bisey came down with malaria and did not respond to quinine. He was slowly dying of malaria when this traditional medicine sent from India saved his life. In 1928 it was determined that he had achieved the nascent or atomic state of iodine in a consumable form, the iodine atom, not an ion or iodine molecule. After his death in 1935, Bisey's company changed hands several time and by the late 1940's, it had become just another iodine, no longer nascent.
I had a chance meeting with a missionary working in Zambia in the year 2000. He spoke of dealing with drug resistant strains of malaria. I wanted to help and searched to see if herbs or minerals might help. I came across references to Dr. Bisey and his iodine treatment. In another chance meeting, while in Arizona I visited a minister who had heard of an iodine supplement similar to what I wanted. It helped with mild malaria but not severe so I realized that this nascent state was not easy to reach.
Doctors in India heard of this nascent iodine and ordered it once I had set up a company to produce the hard to make consumable nascent iodine. They have used the heath supplement that my company produces for several years now for malaria, chikungunya, Dengue fever and other uses. Below are records of the doctors in India, confirmed by RDT before and after treatment.
AGE GROUP MALARIA POSITIVE CASES DOSE
(TO BE CONSUMED AS SOON AS CONSTITUTED) MALARIA
TYPE TEST FOR
ONE WEEK RESPONSE
Men (12yrs - 70 yrs) 230 10 drops (4mg)
in 100 ml of water 148 82 -ve in
210 cases 91.3%
Women (12 yrs - 70 yrs) 180 10 drops (4mg)
in 100 ml of water 110 70 -ve in
140 cases 77.7%
Children (5 yrs - 12 yrs) 75 5 drops (2mg)
in 100 ml of water 60 15 -ve in
58 cases 77.3%