Better Health Naturally

by Vicki Moser, CTN

Overcoming Disease

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What does it mean to truly heal? When I was in high school we had total belief that by the year 2000 medical science would have eliminated all disease. Who could have known that the “bugs” would adapt and morph into stronger strains that would resist modern science? As our drugs become stronger and stronger, so do the “bugs”.

Naturopaths believe that our bodies were created to be self-healing bio-mechanical machines. If your body is not healing as it should, one of three possibilities is true. One, you are not obeying the laws of nature through your lifestyle choices, two, you experienced a trauma that is blocking your healing or three, you are genetically predisposed for the problem and have not taken steps the compensate for the inherited tendency.

A natural healer would address all three of these possibilities to stimulate the body to heal itself. Herring’s Law of Healing states that the body heals from the head down, from the inside out and in reverse order of how you got sick. The Chinese believe it takes one month for every year you have been sick to truly heal. I find that it can happen faster if you really make a commitment to change your lifestyle.

Most of the chronic disease today is caused by lifestyle choices that you make that diminish or destroy your immune system, cause your body to be very acidic (a perfect home for the “bugs”) and cause glandular exhaustion. The good news is that there is hope through remedies that are non-invasive and non-poisonous.


Written by cosmicallybeffudled

September 29, 2007 at 11:20 pm

Posted in disease, naturopath

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