“And God said, See, I have given you every herb that yields seed which is on the face of the earth, and every tree whose fruit yields seed, to you it shall be for food” (Genesis 1:29)
Your body has a blueprint of what perfect health is and knows exactly how to achieve this goal…All it needs from you is a little assistance by creating a healthy lifestyle, then the healing miracle begins.
You now have more alternatives available to you than ever before and herbal medicine and natural healing is flourishing. Herbs are what God intended and nature provided for you to use! It just makes good common sense to use healing plants that grow in your own geographical environment.
It’s man made, chemical medicine verses God and nature made healing plants.
Organically grown food, herbs, and plants have four to ten times more nutrition and healing plant chemicals (phytochemicals) in them. That’s a four to ten times better chance you have of getting well or preventing disease.
True healing comes from creating a simple healthy lifestyle, stopping the things you did that made you sick and beginning new programs of health and wellness.
Be aware that the vast majority of doctors have no education in natural healing methods and herbal medicine and will probably discourage you from trying any. Mainstream medicine does not have all the answers and are still leery of alternative therapies, calling them worthless. Medical groups and pharmaceutical companies have infiltrated and violated our sacred Constitution.
WARNING: Things shared on this web site are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease. If you are ill, have any disease or are pregnant, see a medical doctor.
All healing arts, no matter how distinct they seem, are like the individual threads in fabric. woven together, they can create a tapestry of healing and a seamless approach to health care. Many alternative therapies make up the tapestry of healing. They may espouse different philosophies and practices, they have proven to work through research and observation. Blended together and used properly, they establish a continuum of care that is the most direct route to optimum health.
“If you eat well, get regular moderate exercise, and work on your psychological well-being by dealing with stress and embracing connections to the world beyond yourself, you become healthier,” says Dr. Lerner, co-founder of the Commonwealth Cancer Help Program, an organization base in Bolinas, California, that sponsors week long retreats for people with cancer. “even if you have an illness, you’re healthier than other people with the same illness who don’t focus on these dimensions of well-being.”
Now You Can Blend The Best
We can try home remedies, we can call our family doctor, and we can select from more than two dozen alternative or complementary therapies.
Healing therapies available are aromatherapy, biofeedback, bodywork, chiropractic, homeopathy, massage, music therapy, acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, naturopathy, nutritional therapies, Western herbal medicine and many more. Of course, we have access to all the forms of medicine that we consider more conventional ~ over-the-counter (OTC) drugs that we can find in any pharmacy, prescription drugs prescribed by physicians, plus all the high-tech medical procedures and surgical techniques which are available in clinics and hospitals.
Many choose one healing method and stick with it. Others try one approach, but if it doesn’t work after a while, they try another. Some combine two or more at the same time. The wide range of choices usually have most of us wondering “Which method should I try now?” and “Which ones work the best?”
Most of us have relied on conventional Western medicine ~ what doctors call allopathic methods of healing. yet, as we now realize, these other healing methods present an opportunity to try something that we haven’t tried before. When we can wisely combine alternative medicine with all that conventional medicine has to offer, we have the best opportunity of all for good health and safe and effective cures.
There is a chance that unconventional methods will work much better than conventional medicine. There is also a very good possibility the best results of all come from a combination, a blend, of conventional, alternative, and natural approaches.
Many times experts will let you know how to use the blended medicine approach at home. They also tell you when it is beat to seek professional care, whether from a medical doctor, a doctor of oriental medicine or another well qualified practitioner.
When the body’s self-healing systems have been overwhelmed by injury or infection, conventional approaches save lives. In my opinion, pharmaceuticals are over-prescribed. Their power is impressive in life or death situations. For everyday ailments, I prefer non-pharmaceutical therapies that support the body’s self-healing mechanisms. They are gentler, they often work well, and they do not breed resistance like antibiotics do.
Home care is always an important component of healing, no matter what therapy you’re using. For an enormous number of minor ailments such as colds, constipation, and headaches, the do-it-yourself approach can be just as effective as a physician administered treatment. Often, home remedies are cheaper, more convenient, and more empowering.
More serious health problems such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes require a doctor’s attention. Even in these cases, home care has its place.
The material provided here is for educational purposes only and is not intended as diagnosis, treatment, or prescription for any disease. Anyone suffering from any disease, illness or injury should consult with a physician.
Now more than ever, the power to control your health and health care is yours.
Wealth is not just what you have, but what you are