Posts Tagged "natural health"


The sparks that lit the fires: What were the circumstances that pushed the early practitioners toward natural healing in general and iridology in particular? What did they have in common and how were they different? What generally pushed all the early practitioners into natural health in general was their own ill health or that of a close family member – it’s certainly what has pushed me into natural health! Because traditional care...

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The Art of Healing


Posted By on Feb 20, 2015

Wellness is not a ‘medical fix’ but a way of living – a lifestyle sensitive and responsive to all the dimensions of the body, mind, and spirit, an approach to life we each design to achieve for our highest potential for well-being now and forever. ~Greg Anderson Look deep into nature and then you’ll understand everything better. ~Albert Einstein The art of healing comes from nature and not from the physician....

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Some thoughts on natural healing

Some thoughts on natural healing


Posted By on Mar 12, 2012

This post is written in “first dog” by Meshach the Great Dane puppy. Recently (a month ago) I hurt my right foreleg (wrist). I was out with my buddies Dalia (Dane) and Dawson (Corgi-Cattle dog mix) for our weekly long walk. Well, I always get so excited to run and play with Dalia and I tried to tackle her, but she dodged me and I fell right on my wrist with my paw tucked under. OUCH! I cried with that one. It really scared...

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~^~by David Stewart, PhD Essential oils are composed of numerous chemical compounds, numbering from a few dozen to several hundred in a single species. Thus far, chemists have not fully analyzed even one species of essential oil. Scientists do not know the complete compositions of even the most popular oils, such as Lavender, Frankincense, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, or Peppermint. For example, lavender contains at least 200 identified...

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The Healing Purr

The Healing Purr


Posted By on Oct 22, 2008

by Dr. Kim Bloomer I’ve been doing some reading on the healing behind the cat’s purr. I found it so fascinating, so I decided to share with you. Growing up we always had cats and dogs. My paternal grandmother was always fond of Siamese cats so there was always at least one around. I really love hanging around with a cat just listening to it purr and even better, having one hanging around on my lap purring. It’s no...

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