Parhatsathid Nabadalung aka Ted from Bangkok, Thailand
Since 2003, Ted from Bangkok, Thailand, whose real name is Parhatsathid Napatalung, has been one of the top contributors on Earth Clinic, helping people recover from debilitating diseases like Lupus and healing dogs around the world with his borax and hydrogen peroxide cure. We asked Ted in 2006 to tell us a little bit more about himself and his background. This was his reply.
08/05/2006: Ted writes, “Was born in Bangkok, Thailand but studied in U.S. from 1965-1981, in more than 25 high schools, and four different colleges and universities, and also further pursued undergraduate and graduate in two more countries majoring in arts, biology, chemistry, biochemistry, computer, and business, before settling down in the field of computers.
My hobby is in the area of health and health research, where funding mostly comes from part-time teaching in computer auditing and computer maintenance. You can say I spend more time in my hobby then I do with my work!
Early interests in medicine was a bit unusual for me. When I was about 2 1/2 years old, I learned that coal tar products can be used to treat cancer. I could not possibly be born if it hadn’t been for my mother’s craving for oranges (yes vitamin C is a cure for miscarriage and she ate by the bushels!), as she already had two miscarriages previously.
My father first met my mother, believe it or not, from his lifetime persistent sinus condition, where radiation therapy (radium) didn’t work. He was was cured from just taking one month’s large dose of vitamin C, from some other patient my mother met who said it cured his sinus.
You can say that if it hadn’t been for vitamin C, my mother would not have met my father, and my mother would have also suffered miscarriage and I wouldn’t have been born! And my first interests in any vitamin was also vitamin C with publication of Linus Pauling on vitamin C and the common cold! Funny thing about vitamin C is that a couple of years ago, at about aged 43, I was having white hair but I was AGAIN cured by vitamin C with a little help from vitamin B complex.
It was not until sometime around 1973 where a major epidemic of the flu in Texas while going on vacation that I was afflicted with flu that I learned that zinc was a cure and that sugar caused the flu to get worse, especially drinking coke, or anything sweet. It lead me to conclude of acidity problems that I first started to use sodium bicarbonate to treat this problem based on indirect references by Edgar Cayce. That early interest caused me to pursue research as a hobby from 1971 at age about 13 years old and thereafter, I was able a year or so to read about three times the entire book, Reader’s Digest Family Medicine (can’t remember the exact title), and also read Prevention Magazine.
I also pursued with great interest in the early 1970s before Sandy and Pearson, on vitamin E and vitamin C as well as zinc. Most of my practice stems on this early use of baking soda, zinc, magnesium, vitamin C and vitamin E during that period. Today I am now pursuing simple chemicals as basis for antibiotics as a more safer forms, as well magnetic therapies, electromedicine, scalar technologies, sound therapies, water energy transfer, vibrational medicine, and various other modalities as a treatment for many potentially fatal diseases. Most of the time I spend is answering emails on health questions.
Right now (2006) I am doing hands on experiments such as creating stem cells inside your body using low-level electricity, mineral, and nutrients instead of the more expensive highly political stem cells currently in use as a method to treat brain damage and other conditions of old age (senescence). This method of creating stem cells is also infinitely cheaper than the current form of treatment in used.”
Access Ted’s Archive of Remedies here.
Tragically, in June, 2015 the famous Ted from Bangkok suffered a debilitating stroke which left him paralyzed on his left side and unable to correspond with Earth Clinic readers since that time.
Learn more about his stroke and recovery here.