Here Dr. Oswal answers a few questions on what is G Therapy and its effect on those suffering from brain disorders and developmental disabilities:
What is G Therapy?
G therapy is a combination of homeopathic medicines with biochemic salts. It is a natural and herbal cure for brain disorders.
How does it work?
G Therapy stimulates the neuro-transmitters and removes blockages in the brain cells. Usually G Therapy reduces hyperactivity and improves concentration. Since it is based on herbal therapies, it has no side effects.
How is G Therapy different from any other treatment?
G therapy strikes at the very cause of the problem by stimulating the neuro-transmitters. It defies the conventional belief that brain damage cannot be reversed after the age of six. It improves the functionality i.e. higher cortical functions of the brain like intelligence, expressions, emotions and communication.
What has your experience been in treating autism through G Therapy?
The results have been excellent. An autistic child usually displays a combination of features such as hyperactivity, wandering aimlessly, abnormal or repetitive behaviour, inability to communicate one’e needs to the parents and language delays. G Therapy has shown to reduce hyperactivity, improve speech, develop interactive and communication skills in autistic children.
Is there an age limit for this treatment?
I have treated patients from three months to 53 years – even cases of irreversible damage have positively responded to G Thearpy. Though there is no age-limit for the treatment, it is always better if the treatment is started in the early years.
How quick are the results after taking G Therapy?
Results depend on the degree of brain damage, potential of the child and individual response to the therapy. In one case, the results were as quick as 15 minutes. A child suffering from cerebral palsy could move her hand after 15 minutes of taking the tablet.
Is the treatment affordable?
The treatment is not expensive. Those who cannot afford it are given free treatment. No child who comes here goes unattended.