When you develop a health condition, no matter what given name or at what stage, you really only have two choices when addressing it. Treatment or Detoxification. If you choose treatment then you have two choices from there. First is allopathic (pharmaceutical) medicine, which is the chemical approach or traditional medicine which uses products made from natural sources such as herbs. If you choose the allopathic approach understand that it offers only three types of treatment for any condition: chemical medicines, radiation or surgery. When you look to “cure” a condition does burning tissues, pouring toxins into them or removing them sound like curing to you? That is because curing isn’t part of the allopathic thinking.
When moving to Traditional medicine you still fall into the treatment based philosophy. Though the natural medicine isn’t toxic and destructive like chemical medicines, you can still cause harm if you are supplementing without understanding the chemistry and physics of the body, more specifically, the way your interconnected tissues function.
Treating never cures the cause of these conditions. If you don’t get to the cause, you will always suffer in some form.
There is a form of science that is rarely spoken about in its true form and that is Naturopathy (detoxification). Its nature’s way of addressing the cause and the only way to cure a condition or “disease”. Humans and animals have been using it for hundreds of years and its procedures and diagnostic tools are completely non-invasive with alkalization and detoxification at its core.
This is where I come in and help guide you to the cause and how to address it in a way that your body will thank you and work with you. See my web page to schedule a consultation and let’s get you and your loved ones on the road to Wellville!
“Detoxification encompasses the sciences of chemistry, biochemistry, botanical science and physics, and has always been at the heart of true healing. For that reason, detoxification should be at the heart of natural medicine today, but has been forgotten in our modern world of “treatment.”” Dr Morse ND