- The three culprits that lead to cancer (that you’ve completely forgotten about)
- How to balance your hormones to live longer and feel great!
- Proven energy medicine that regenerates the body and protects from EMF exposure
Hello everybody and welcome to the Global Cancer Symposium 2.0. My name’s Nathan Crane. I’m the award-winning filmmaker of “Cancer the Integrative Perspective,” as well as the Director of the Health and Healing Club. You can learn more about that at healthandhealingclub.com, and today, super excited that we’re talking with Dr. Robyn Benson about some of the leading edge regenerative therapies for healing the body to reduce our cancer risk. I’m gonna read her bio for you and then we’re gonna bring her on.
Her work is really revolutionary in terms of regenerative therapies. And some of the things we’re gonna talk about is how do we move the body from a state of degeneration to regeneration? And for the past three decades, Robyn Benson, who is a doctor of oriental medicine, has really applied this knowledge of acupuncture and herbs, IV therapies, regenerative therapies, and leading edge energy medicine to help patients get out of pain and achieve optimal and sustainable health to live longer, healthier, and to help reduce cancer risk. Dr. Robyn founded and built the Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health and pioneered the self-care revolution and is also the host of the podcast, “Younger.” You can find that on iTunes. I was actually listening to it yesterday. It’s a great podcast. Look up “Younger.”
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Yeah, yeah. It’s a really good podcast. So encourage people to go listen to it. “Younger” on iTunes with Robyn Benson. Dr. Robyn is also the author of the best-selling book, “Travel With Vitality: “Seven Simple Solutions to Sleeping Well, “Staying Fit, and Avoiding Illness.” She’s a mother, an adventure enthusiast, a world traveler, and a speaker. Dr. Robyn brings an innovative and game-changing approach to today’s healthcare. Robyn, thank you so much for joining us.
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
I’m so pleased to be here, and with all of you who want to learn what it means to regenerate a new healthy you, no matter what is going on with your body, mind, and spirit right now.
So from your work over the past three decades, what have you found to be the top culprits that are really causing the body to degenerate and lead to chronic diseases like cancer?
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Oh gosh, there’s quite a long list. But, the first one that really comes to mind is our food quality. Our air and water quality has gone down so much in the last 50 years, and our world population, what, has tripled? But let’s talk about food. Wow, when we think about what broccoli is like now compared to the nutrient value of just 50 years ago, it’s extremely different. Even if it’s organic, and so much of the foods and most of our stores are processed foods. Which increased inflammation in the body, which caused lots of sugar dysregulation, which leads to inflammation. And there’s just a lot of toxic toxins in crappy food. And all the, I think about all the foods that have hydrogenated oils in them that just takes like 50 days just to break those down.
So you can just imagine that the message here really is that we need to return to nature, whether it’s cancer or it’s an autoimmune disease, or I see like three audiences here that you have, Nathan. I see the people that have cancer and would like to see what they can do to help reverse it. Then I also see that there can be people here who have a loved one with cancer and are looking for natural solutions. And then the third are people who are extremely proactive. And they have lost several people to cancer. Who has not? It touched my life very, very personally when less than two years ago my dad was diagnosed with primary pancreatic cancer, secondary liver cancer. And from the time it was diagnosed to the time he died was 18 days, and he was only 78. So, wow, and I look at, I wish even, he grew up with, I grew up with him, but he grew up with me 27 of my years of my career always advocating really healthy, making really healthy choices with his diet. He was always fighting his weight. Always, always had like 10 or 20 pounds extra on him.
He used to drink diet soda all the time. I’m like dad, all that, that crappy fake sugar is so bad. Look at the literature. So anyway, people have to really choose this. We’ve gotta really love and honor our vessel. We have to commit, be 100% committed to change, especially when we are diagnosed with something. So almost every single person who does have a reversal of cancer or some type of autoimmune disease is looking at the food factor. And then of course we’re concerned with all the GMOs and how that causes dysregulation in our gut biome, but not just our gut biome, also in our brain and our endocrine system. And so that’s a huge factor. The second one would be the infection. Oh my goodness, I mean, whether it’s cancer or it’s some other health challenge, almost always there’s some underlying infection in the gut. When people come in and whether theyhave cancer or they have an autoimmune disease, I almost always wanna see if there’s any parasites in the gut. ‘Cause that is hugely important to identify. And men with prostate cancer, what, one out of five or eight men have prostate cancer now.
Almost always like 95% of every man that we’ve tested has had some major gut dysbiosis and has had all kinds of parasites and worms and other things that have been inhabiting that area of the body. Same thing for women. So infections. So we’re looking at viruses, bacteria, parasites, in particular, lots of fungal infections. And actually Nathan, I don’t know if you were around in Santa Fe at the time, but this a psychic surgeon came to Santa Fe on many occasion, actually worked in my center from the Philippines. It was like a gift. And I got to assist him. And I mean, he was working lots of patients with, whether it was a tennis elbow, a shoulder issue, or had some type of cancer. And he would just go in energetically and take these masses out and put it in a bowl. And what did it look like? It looked like a fungus.
What does cancer look like when it’s taken out of the body? So you have to really look at that. Look at infection. It’s really huge. To work with a practitioner who’s gonna go the distance with you, not to just give you band-aids, but to find out what is root cause. Another huge, huge factor right now is geopathic stress. So all the artificial frequencies that we’re living in. I mean, 90% of our lives, that’s how often people are spending more time indoors now than ever before, in front of computers, connected to WiFi 24/7. Now we have the worries of 5G, but to really understand it, we are electrical beings, foremost. The earth is an electrical system. For all of us to even be alive, we have to be in this electrical field that we can’t smell or see or taste necessarily. It’s called the Schumann resonance.
That’s one of the names. But it’s this biological window that our lives actually function that are necessary for our bodies to function. And therefore, once we restore a healthy electrical system, then the biology and chemistry actually follows. Most people don’t know that, but it is the truth. We need to up regulate our electrical system. So one of the best ways, of course, to do that, and I’ll go into this a little bit more is to be outdoors as much as possible. Even my athletes who are like, oh my gosh, I’m outdoors all the time. And I say, well for seven days, just do a journal for me. Let me know how much time you’re actually outdoors. And even my top athletes, they may be outdoors four hours a week.
So the geopathic stress in terms of all the indoor appliances, all of that wrecks havoc on our bodies. And then hormone dysregulation is another one. Huge, huge, huge. So one of the things that we’re seeing so much now in men and women is estrogen dominance. Where men are having male boobs. Or we’re seeing a lot of women with skin disorders, emotional disorders, because of too much estrogen in the body. Not being able to conceive. The fertility issue is really wow. Oh my gosh, there are some doctors saying that we might not be reproducing eight years from now. We might not be here on the earth. So these are serious things that I’m talking about. And I also wanna mention toxins. Toxins are everywhere.
Like every baby that’s born, when you look at the placenta and you do testing, there’s over 200, 300 toxins that’s found in the placenta. So that’s from all of our detergents that we’re washing our clothes with. It’s the air that we’re breathing, the exhaust. I mean, lots of toxins thatare wrecking havoc in our internal landscape. And I don’t wanna ever underestimate what I consider one of the biggest issues is stress. I mean, just right now in this pandemic, people are stressed to the tee. There was more suicides than ever, ever before. There’s more domestic abuse. People are in survival. How am I gonna provide for my family? How am I gonna take care of my children? I mean, these are big, big issues. And I’d have to say that every single patient that we work with, we, as a doctor of Chinese medicine, we always look at the emotional blueprint of anyone at any time and how that’s playing out in terms of their health scape or that lack thereof. So, it’s very often illness and cancer, and many of them is really a conflict in the mind.
We think those 30 to 60,000 thoughts a day, and most of them are coming from that amygdala. And they’re coming from our past events, and we keep reproducing those. So that really affects our motions. They’ve shown this with all the research in heart math and and other ways through thermography, how we see how much our thoughts affect our physiology. We are, again, energetic beings. We put out vibration, we’re always putting out vibrational energy frequencies, and if we’re putting out negative frequencies, then we’re getting those back, and it creates bad moods and that affects our hormones, it affects our pineal gland. I’m really big on, on decalcifying the pineal gland, because I think that really is a huge, huge factor in our production of melatonin and serotonin, and just our sense of wellbeing and our sense of consciousness. I mean, truly to feel, be conscious, to be awake, to be aware to this world, is so important if you wanna stay healthy. And just also wanted to say, it’s our beliefs. It’s our thoughts, our feelings that’s running our body and affects us dramatically. So that was my very short answer to your question.
It was a great answer, and there’s a few things that really stuck out to me. I wanna just speak on a little bit. One of the things you’ve opened up with, which says it all, from my perspective, in all the research I’ve done is being closer to nature. If you look at cancer statistics and chronic disease statistics from a hundred years ago to today, they’ve skyrocketed. And one of the things, like cancer in 1905 is 0.05% of people had cancer today. Today it’s almost 50% of people. I mean, we’re talking tens of millions of people every year getting cancer and millions dying every year around the world. And diabetes and heart disease and so on and so forth. And it’s this disconnection from nature.
The further we get away from nature, the more we surround ourselves with all this electromagnetic pollution, as you were talking about, these toxins in our food, in our carpets, in our clothing, in our water, that we’re getting further and further more disconnected from nature, closer and closer to a mechanistic technocratic society that depends on everything to feed us and nourish us from machines and technology, which is damaging our bodies at a cellular level. So if anyone takes anything away from this is that, the closer we are to nature, the more time we spend outside, the more time we turn off our WiFi and go into the mountains which my family and I do at least every other week. We spend two and a half days in the mountains with no cellphones, no internet, nothing.
That’s just one of the many things that we do. But I just, I love that you said that. The other thing I wanna reiterate that you said, which is about toxins. I know you’re gonna go into more of leading edge regenerative therapies that you do at your center and that people can can learn about and implement as well, I wanna share a couple really simple things that kind of came up, that my wife’s been doing in our own house, for example, because in the modern world that we live in we’re surrounded by these toxins. And the fact that more people are spending more time indoors with pandemic and everything that’s going on, more people are exposed to more toxins worse than ever before.
So one of the studies we found was 15 to 18 living plants in your house, so per 15, 18 plants per 1800 square feet. So you can figure out what that math is. But if you have an 1800 square foot home, or you have a 3,200 3,600, whatever the math is, 15 to 18 plants per 1800 square feet is what it takes to remove most of the toxins out of the air that are coming from the carpets. And we just added, my wife has got a bunch more plants, which is pretty awesome. More here in the office. More in every room. Aloe vera is one of the best air purifying ones. Now we have, I don’t know, probably 25 plants in the house. And it seems like we’re just getting more and more.
So you can never have too many plants inside, if you are spending more time inside. One of the other things I wanna share just briefly that I use right now even during our interview is a grounding mat, as you’re talking about all this electromagnetic pollution. I think one of the best things you can do is ground yourself to the earth. And there’s a lot of proven science on this. Also intuitively, it feels great and brings you closer to nature. But as I’m in front of the computer doing these wonderful interviews, I also try to ground myself as much as possible on a grounding mat. So there are simple things you can do, but at the end of the day, there’s some really leading edge things that I know you’re doing with your client, with your patients. And before we get into that, I’d love for you to talk a little bit about what are, so people understand, the state of degeneration in the physical body versus the state of regeneration. What’s the difference between the two? What does the difference look like between somebody who’s constantly degenerating versus somebody who’s regenerating?
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Mm, well, I wanna get back to, well, thanks for sharing about what your home environment looks like. Sounds like a little jungle, which is great, right? In terms of, like you said, to kind of get some of those toxins out of the air and to oxygenate, plus the beauty of nature indoors, I’m a huge advocate of the home health care revolution. Like what you have with that grounding mat. At Santa Fe Soul, at my center, on every single treatment table we have PMF, pulse electromagnetic field technology mats that have Tesla coils in it.
Tesla is my favorite genius of all time. And he knew that all energy should be free, rather than putting all these toxic ways in which we’re getting forced air into our places. But what’s so great about being in these fields is that it helps the cells to get oxygen in and help to get the toxins out. So when we’re getting oxygen and we’re getting all the vitamins and nutrients into about our bodies that’s helping to regenerate, and detoxing is a big, big part of that, but just the word regenerate, it means a second chance, a new beginning, a fresh start. So everyone just take a deep breath into that. Like, are you not ready right now for a fresh start? A new beginning? So let me just tell you, to kind of give you the definition of what regenerative medicine is, what a regenerative lifestyle is, for that matter, and why it’s the fastest area of medicine right now, because in most cases, regenerative medicines are natural solutions.
Not putting more toxic sort of, that synthetic materials into the body. But regenerative medicine is the reverse of aging and degenerative disease, and it’s also the science of boosting healing naturally in damaged tissues and an under-functioning endocrine and immune systems. This is being achieved with nutrition therapy, which you’ve already touched upon a little bit, stem cells, and also oxidative medicines. And this is where I’m gonna talk about what we do here at Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health. A lot of oxidative therapy. So ozone in medicine is phenomenal. I mean, I just feel so fortunate every single day that I get to offer this and have done so for over two decades. It’s also being achieved with vitamin C drips and lots of different IV therapies.
IV therapies are popping up all over the country, and internationally, for that matter. any DIVs are incredible for helping to get the mitochondria, which is where we produce our energy, have had that happen more efficiently. Because what we’re seeing, and what’s happening in degeneration, is often oxygen utilization is very low. We’re not producing enough oxygen in our body. And it’s not by just measuring it with a pulse oximeter, which you can put on your finger, and it will say, it might say you’re 96% oxygen, but that does not mean that you’re getting that turnover in your cells. That’s because we have inflammation that’s blocking that. We have infections that’s impairing that.
Again, the geopathic stress that’s affecting just normal metabolism. Like all your plants could be growing in your house, and yet you’ve got 5G and you’ve got you’re blasting those plants all the time. They’re not gonna survive as well. And they’ve shown this again and again, that when plants, live foods are in an environment devoid of this electromagnetic field that is necessary for our biology, for our chemistry, for our electrical system to thrive and survive, then everything dies. And we’re seeing this in like where, there are water towers in Santa Fe, and on those water towers are all kinds of electrical emissions that are happening. And really crazy, crazy, crazy high. And people that live right near those, the trees are dead. And the people, the families that have homes there are are realizing that they’re having headaches or you’re more susceptible to getting cancer or some other type of disease.
So never want to underestimate that. So fortunately, these restorative medicines, these regenerative solutions are really, really fantastic to restore healthy joints, really good for hair. We do it for sexual rejuvenation. We also look at people with autoimmune conditions and chronic health challenges to see where any of these might be helpful. So in terms of chronic disease, the subject of this, of your summit, what we use every day is ozone. And we definitely do lots with vitamin C. Vitamin C is incredible. And we also have other IV therapies, but every single patient will learn about our regenerative lifestyle.
So again, in addition to these incredible therapies that are turning a degeneration or an accelerated aging process or something that’s actually increasing the growth of a tumor, we wanna see what we have here to shift that, to turn, again, degeneration into regeneration. It’s possible. It’s amazing what is out there, outside of conventional treatments for cancer. And I’m just grateful that we get to provide it.
Yeah, I mean, you guys are doing amazing work at your center. And it’s already proven in blue zones, for example, and I think we can even live much longer than people are living in blue zones because they’re not even doing all of these extra things that the human body really, even in a, let’s call it a foundational regenerative state, should be able to live and thrive a hundred years, 110, 120 years old with very little to no chronic disease. And you can see this in blue zones all around the world. And what are they doing? They’re living closer to nature. They don’t have a lot of stress. They’re not surrounded with chemicals and toxins and Wifi, and all these pollutants.
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
They’re surrounded by loved ones.
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
I love learning about and researching into the blue zones. And that always touches my heart, is just how much it matters to have love in your life and to feel love for yourself and to have animals. Keeping that flow of oxytocin, which is a very, very important hormone that helps to increase vasopressin, which helps to have that heart glow. Hormones are so, so important, and being indoors all day long, especially in this corn, in the ways in which we’ve been in our homes and urged to stay at home. And my gosh, I mean, people got to get, you gotta get outdoors. You have to get outdoors. It’s so necessary.
What are your top recommendations for women to help balance the hormones?
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Well, food is really important, absolutely. Also, so getting off of inflammatory foods is really important. Dialing in sleep, a lot of women are not sleeping well, so I have a whole, a formula for sleep, but essentially what that is, and for cancer, for any disease, sleep, my gosh, we spend a third of our entire lives sleeping, but what’s necessary, especially in this EMF world, electromagnetic pollution world, it’s really important that we turn off all electrical appliances. I can’t even believe how many of my friends still plug their phone in near their head at night. I’m like, oh my gosh, you are literally radiating your brain.
So very, very important for, again, hormone production. A lot of that happens more efficiently is when we’re when we’re sleeping. So it’s really important to shut out all, do electro-hygiene. Let go of all electrical everything in your room, as much as possible. The other thing that’s so, so important is to wear a mask at night, to shut out all light. Because in our pineal gland we produce a hormone, a very important hormone called melatonin. And when we’re exposed to light all night long, and we’re exposed to light in artificial frequencies all day long, we’re not producing enough melatonin.
Therefore, I really believe that’s one of the main reasons that we’re not sleeping well. So everybody should wear a sleep mask to block out light, unless you have block out shades. And if you don’t like it, you do it two or three nights. I’d say most people in time are fine with it. It’s just so important. Melatonin, in terms of how we age, is one of the most important hormones to have optimized in our bodies. The other thing that’s really important is not to eat very much before you go to sleep. A lot of people tend to wanna graze all day long. That’s not good for hormone production. Exercise is super important. The average American is getting less than .10th of a mile, literally, in a day. And look at our youth.
We’ve got a third of our nation is obese. Our youth are obese and have blood sugar issues. And that’s inflammation. So that’s just leading to a further degradation of our healthcare crisis that we’re in. It’s way, way, way, way beyond this virus that we’re getting fed information about every day. Way, way more. So those are some of the main things that we do for hormones. And there’s so many great natural herbs that we recommend. We work with Chinese herb. We work with Western herbs that are very, very important. And the closer they come from earth, the better.
We’re big on maca for our women, and wonderful Chinese herbs that are fantastic. just to name a few. And then essential oils are fantastic as well. So for stress we might think of lavender. For people who just wanna have a headache, peppermint oil is really good. For digestion it’s really good. So there’s so many great remedies out there. And the answer is to look to nature for everything. That’s like the biggest thing for me in my message to all of you today on this whole epidemic of cancer.
Yeah, I love that. Now, and you gave so many good things that people could start doing, like right now. If people even just take two or three or four of those things and start implementing them, you start to see a difference over a period of months or years in your overall health. The sleep stuff. We got the blue light blocking light bulbs, and put ’em all over our house. So at night, when we have the lights on, it’s the blue light, they’re orange lights. They don’t put the blue light out. Yeah, you’re puttin’ on your blue light blockers right there, exactly.
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Exactly. Happens to match my shirt today, which is kinda cool.
Yeah, you look pretty good there with ’em, yeah.
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Thank you, dear. I have two kids in college right now, and both of them are doing online, and they’re in front of their computer all the time. So all of you with kids at home, definitely make an investment. I mean, you can get them as cheap as $10. These are kind of more high-end that I got at the Bulletproof Conference, but very, very important. And try to turn off all electronic devices at least two hours before you go to sleep, because that also is going to affect your production of melatonin and other life-enhancing hormones. Very important. Like serotonin, with all the depression and anxiety.
We do a questionnaire rather than having people do very expensive tests. That’s a possible way as well. But a lot of people are very, very low in serotonin. And that’s your good mood hormone. And then you have a lotta people that are drinking more alcohol, more sugar at this time because their dopamine levels are low. And that’s related to melatonin, too, and our pituitary gland, so important. You know what, though, I know the thing that I just want the whole world to know, if there’s two or three things, I just want people to know that ozone therapy is incredible for this issue of this summit in so many ways. I don’t know if you’ve ever worked with ozone, Nathan, you’re young, but when it comes with people that, let’s say, I’m thinking of a patient of ours who had really bad skin cancer on his hand, actually, and into his arm, and had surgery to remove it. But it was pretty scary. There was a matter of days where they’re like, are they gonna have to amputate? And this is what happens with diabetes, advanced cases of diabetes with wound healing.
One of the most amazing things out there is ozone therapy. So we do something called ultraviolet blood treatment where we take your blood out and then we actually inject ozone into the blood. Immediately you see a turn very, very bright red. Then it goes through these UV lights. So it’s like a mini way of, I wanna say, what’s a kidney dialysis, right? Of cleansing the blood and putting it back in the body. And then it gives this body an opportunity to produce these, hydrogen peroxide, it actually increases, hydrogen peroxide increases your body’s ability to be an antioxidant machine, literally.
So when we think about antioxidants we think of glutathione. Interferon is also something that’s naturally produced with ozone, and that’s really good for viruses. So it also increases oxygen metabolism, like we were talking about that. Oxygen utilization, let me just say this, you don’t really get sick if you are at all, if you have proper oxygen utilization. So when we think of cancer cells, when we think of other pathogens, they thrive in an oxygen-depleted environment. Not an, they rarely in an oxygen body that there’s lots of healthy turnover. And when I, I just, I can’t help but speak about this and look into one’s red blood cells. I, for years and years did live blood cell analysis. And when you see red blood cells clump together, like they’re literally on top of each other, that’s where our iron is.
So that’s where our oxygen utilization happens is in those red blood cells. So if they’re stuck together and the inflammation again happens from food and geopathic stress and other infections. So it’s very important to understand how much we have to work on this inflammation issue. We have to look at everything that in our environment and in what we’re putting in our body that’s causing this inflammation, but getting back to ozone, it’s incredibly effective for wound healing. The science and the research that for HIV people, people with pretty serious infections in the liver, it’s really one of the best ways to, again, when we think about a degenerative condition, it turns the body into a regenerative machine.
It really brings new life force back into the body. And there’s so much chemistry, I can go on forever and ever, but I don’t wanna miss other things that I think are important for everyone to hear, but you can just Google ozone therapies, and every single, called, alternative, complementary center in the world adds this therapy. It is that important. And for simple things like day to day, like people who have sinus infections, we do nasal insufflations. People with ear infections, people with, let’s say, anal cancer or prostate cancer, doing rectal ozone is incredibly important to get that whole microbiome of the digestive system. We see lots of Giardia here in New Mexico, believe it or not. And so that is one of our go-tos all the time.
Drinking ozonated water is is really helpful. So for people that have, I was trying to think of how can this ozone gas really help, basically it’s being used more and more in municipal pools around the country. Also, when you think about ponds that are full of algae, it is what is being used to actually disinfect water. And if we, the reason it’s not everywhere is because it’s, when you think about, pharma, big pharma, it’s not that expensive. Some of these therapies can add up for sure. But yeah, it’s just unfortunate. I mean, if every hospital had ozone, wow, a lot of people’s lives would be saved. So I have to really thank you for giving me this opportunity to talk about it. So all the diseases that are treated by ozone therapy, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, tumors, allergies, autoimmune, Alzheimer’s, degenerative joint disease, dental. Okay, I’m glad that came to my mind.
I just did a dental injection today. Oh my goodness, to save teeth and to help people not to have root canals, if you can get them in time, unbelievable. Or somebody just has this a root canal or has a crown that’s not healing very well or just tissue that’s that’s inflamed, and it’s been inflamed for a month, a couple ozone dental ozone treatments. I loved going into the mouth into ozone therapy. It’s pretty incredible. And not that uncomfortable. So what we do is we inject about three cc’s of ozone but we also put a homeopathic remedy in there as well, and maybe a little bit of procaine and it’s pretty instant. So teeth are important. If you have root canals, having been down that route, if I would have to say, my own personal health journey, I’ve never missed a day of work in 28 years because of illness, but I’ve been on a hell of a dental journey. Oh my God. And finally got rid of all my root canal teeth. And all of them were sent into a lab, a DNA lab, and there was like 17 strains of streptococcus and all kinds of crap, all of that was in that root canal. So do root canals affect our biology? Absolutely. So depending on where the teeth are, in terms of the Chinese meridian system, is very telling. If somebody has breast cancer or we look at one of, I think it’s tooth number nine, we really wanna see what’s going on in the teeth in terms of how that’s affecting your body.
There’s a really, I’m glad you brought that up, there’s a really good documentary called “Root Cause.” For anyone who hasn’t seen it, Netflix kicked it off because too many dentists complained. Dentists don’t like people knowing that root canals can lead to disease. So where I watched it was on Gaya, Gaya TV or gaya.com. “Root Cause.” It’s a great documentary that goes into depth about exactly what you were just talking about. I love that you’ve been talking a lot about ozone therapy. You know, it’s funny, it’s like 12, 13 years ago, some of the doctors I used to work with in San Diego were doing a lot of ozone therapy and were talking a lot about it, and I heard a lot about it for a few years, but for whatever reason, I haven’t heard a lot about it in the last few years.
So I’m glad you’re bringing that to the forefront. I think it’s just become, as you said, kind of a staple in a lot of integrative clinics, integrative use in terms of health and healing. And people kinda forget about it or don’t talk about it or whatever. So I’m really glad you talked so much about that because getting back to nature, like what’s funny is if you look at a spring of fresh water coming out of the earth, and as it hits the rocks and turns to a stream, if you measure the amount of oxygen in that water as it’s circulating right there, it’s very, very high. Like the process, the natural process of water coming out in nature and tumbling around the rocks and creating all this energy and all this oxygen, that’s the best water for your body. Filled with oxygen.
It’s filled with ozone basically. It’s ozone therapy for the body. The problem is most of us don’t have access to a fresh spring in the mountains that’s clean from Giardia and so forth. So, these therapies you’re talking about are super beneficial. And I wanted you to talk just briefly, because I know we’re running out of time here, but I want you to talk a little bit more about some of the energy medicine therapies that you do and that you have found are effective. You talked about PMFs, and we’ll have a speaker, probably Dr. Pollack, or another speaker, particularly talking in depth about PMFs, the difference between EMF and PMFs, and pulse electromagnetic frequencies, that actually are shown to help heal the body. But what are some other energy medicine modalities that you love?
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Okay, we have Tesla lights that are fantastic. So again, that’s helping to create a field around the body to get rid of any dis-ease. And there’s a device from, it’s actually a $25,000 device, the GDB machine that can actually, you can actually look at the electrical frequencies around your body. And when there are these, kind of these gaping holes, that tends to be where there’s dysregulation going on, whether it’s in the digestive system or it’s in the thyroid, but also negative pathogenic influences.
We talk a lot about that in Chinese medicine. So, not to underestimate a spouse or having a conflict with a friend, I mean we have these energies that we’re around that can really affect our vibration that we’re putting out into the world. So it’s very effective. We also have the alpha omega scan from Russia. And this is a machine that, just by putting this head device on, it looks, it’s like a blueprint of everything going on in your body in real time. And that’s a wonderful guy named Monte, has been part of my center for 15 years. And it’s remarkable. So when I’m working with a patient, I’m looking at their blood work and looking at other labs, the synchronicity of what shows up on that scan is amazing.
I was gonna ask you, is that the machine, I’ve heard about this in another clinic, is that the machine that when you look at the scan you could literally say, oh you have cancer here, or you have leaky gut, or you have this or that, it can show you that bio energetically?
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Yeah, it can do that. But you know what? The biggest, the number one focus, Monte can look at different parts of the body, the liver. And it gives kind of values in the, if there’s higher numbers or very low numbers, there’s some degeneration, let’s say, that’s going on. But one of the most, the most powerful ways to shift all the things we’ve talked about, the food, getting outdoors, exercising, but is working with the body, mind, the mind. Working with emotions. What are these emotions? Is it I’m not enough? Is it jealousy? Is it you’re harboring some type of really, hatred towards someone. These are frequencies that are really important to look at to change the electrical nature of your body. So when we look at remission.
I got to interview Kelly who wrote that book. “The Nine Main Signs of People “Who Have Gone Into Remission.” And a lot of it, so much of it has to do with, radical remission has a lot to do with forgiveness, radically changing, not just your diet, but it’s listening to your inner world. Like a lot of times we know something to be so true, but yet we, there’s a part of our ego that still questions it. It’s deepening your spiritual connections, realizing we are spiritual beings living a human life. The more we get connected to that we’re part of this amazing field of energy, always. That by just harnessing that, by activating that, by using that, through tapping, we’ve heard of, I’m sure someone’s gonna talk about tapping on your summit. which is a wonderful technique where, a Buddhist technique where you look at something and tune into the feelings of something that’s so charged for you. And then you avert and think about something that really makes you happy. And you do this two or three times. I’m just, every time I do a public engagement I will do this with my audience. And it’s amazing how much less charge that negative experience has on you and your biology.
So, yeah. And I just want to say, too, in terms of regenerative medicine, again for people to really tune into not only their why, but their passions, like what are you passionate about? That can change so much by just putting your energy and your time and your passion into doing what you love to do every single day radically will change. So when I think about many people, working with lots of women in my practice, and men, for that matter, when you’re really, maybe you’re going through a divorce or you lost a loved one or you’re ready to take flight, to have wings for a new vision that you have for your, for a business idea that you know is gonna radically change a lot of people’s lives. But what is it that gets us out of that cocoon and into that butterfly? That’s the regenerative message that we’re sharing. Many of these people are sharing with you that it’s possible, but you’ve got to completely desire change. You have to go the distance. You get to, you say, I better get to choose to become that butterfly by choosing this regenerative lifestyle.
I love that you brought up emotions and forgiveness and mental, emotional, spiritual health. We have an entire segment with in-depth presentations just on those topics as part of this symposium. I encourage everyone tuning in, go listen to at least two or three of those, because just forgiveness alone is huge, but all of these other emotional traumas and depression and so forth that are causing us all of these health issues, when we resolve those, as you were so eloquently talking about, life becomes so much more enjoyable, which leads to greater health, which leads to longevity, so on and so forth. So make sure to go listen to those presentations. And Dr. Robyn, I just wanna say thank you so much for all the great work you’ve been doing for decades now. Thank you for all the wisdom and experience you shared in this interview. I really appreciate and honor you for, you just gave a huge checklist of things that everyone should be doing right now for regenerative health. And I appreciate that. It’s incredibly valuable. So thank you so much.
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Nathan, it’s such an honor. And to all of you, keep going the distance. Never, never, never give up. There’s so many unbelievable resources out there and incredible technologies and therapies that are just waiting for you to know about them. And so many gifted, very passionate, heart-centered practitioners that I happen to be good friends with all over this country and all over the world, like, yes, just reach out. And there is somebody to help you. And number one, you gotta desire that so deeply inside yourself. Your life matters.
So true. Thank you so much, Robyn. And thank you all for listening and tuning into the Global Cancer Symposium. Make sure to share this with anyone who needs this life-changing information, and make sure to visit robynbenson.com. It’s R-O-B-Y-N, Benson, B-E-N-S-O-N dot com. You can take her online courses, learn more about her podcasts, her products, and I encourage you to visit the Santa Fe Soul Center here in Santa Fe, where we both are.
Robyn Benson, D.O.M.
Santefesoul.com, helping you get back to being in touch with your soul self, that higher self that’s here to guide you.
Beautiful. So make the trip out to Santa Fe. And visit healthandhealingclub.com. You can learn more about the global membership dedicated to helping you get and stay healthy. Again, I’m Nathan Crane. I wish you ultimate health and happiness. Take care.