(There is a wonderful Salt Cave (healing room in a building) in Phoenix that I’ve sat for a session once. It was WONDERFUL. Walls are salt and pulverized salt is blown in the room. Too bad I live so far away. I did bring some of that pulverized salt home and used it. You can make your own by putting some good quality salt into a blender or food processor – until it’s powdered. You need to bake it in an oven for about 30 minutes on 350 degrees to dry it out. I put it in a spice bottle, shake it, quickly crack the lid and breathe it in slowly (you’ll cough at first). It should powder like Powdered sugar. There is also a salt pipe that you can order at many different stores. It looks like a pipe you fill with coarse salt. It has holes in the bottom of the pipe and you just inhale through the pipe. I’ve never tried these and didn’t know they were available until I had such good results with the powdered salt. These are also worth looking into and would be less of a mess. (just think powdered sugar kind of mess). Powered salt can be kind of messy when you shake and breathe, FYI, but I would highly recommend this home-made version. Last year there was only 2 or 3 salt rooms in the U.S. and many more in Europe and Middle East Countries.)
Many addicts have mental health problems, and all have complex reasons for using substances. In order to effectively address both the addiction and what drives it, providers require training and skills in psychotherapy.
The recent suicide of country singer Mindy McCready brings the death toll of patients who were treated on Celebrity Rehab to five. On Monday, Fix columnist Maia Szalavitz questioned the effectiveness and ethics of Dr. Drew’s specific approach. But McCready’s death also calls for us to reflect more generally on the nature of addiction and its treatment. In addition, the loss of these five entertainers and public figures speaks to how devastating both addiction and mental illness remain as well as how our society conceives of addiction.
Yes, the American Diabetes Association promotes the very things that cause diabetes, and they encourage their victims to engage these junk science recipes that are listed on the ADA’s very own website. Is there any wonder why nearly 30 million Americans are living with diabetes right now? That’s about ten percent of the total population. Most diabetics think that the only health concern they have to deal with is their blood-sugar level, and according to the confounded ADA, it’s no wonder why. The aim of diabetes “treatment” is to keep blood sugar levels as “normal” as possible, but what about preventing cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, inflammation, hypertension and dehydration?
I recently did the unthinkable – I stopped eating food altogether for 21 days, and you know what happened? I healed my body, gave my digestive system a much needed rest, cleared up my candida, passed some parasites, and got my cystic acne under control –and would you believe it? I am still here to tell the story.
I have been battling with what I had been diagnosed as having an issue of candida overgrowth– for almost two years, but now I question whether it may have just been a parasite all along. There are tons of illnesses out there that are commonly labeled as mystery illnesses because mainstream medicine has neither discovered a cause or a cure, leaving many people in the dark when it comes to healing.
Can you guess how many Americans take prescription drugs? Did you guess one in 20 or maybe one in 10? Or did you possibly guess as many as one out of every five Americans? If you guessed any of those you would be wrong. A new report published by the CDC shows nearly half of all Americans are taking chemical medicine for their ailments. That means over 150 million Americans have experimental, unproven chemical drugs swimming in their bloodstream right now, adding to the health chaos that comes mainly from consuming chemicals.
Between World War II and the Vietnam War, doctors in the United States believed it was a good thing to medically experiment on disabled people, people in mental hospitals and prisoners of the State.
They would often say it was being done for the “greater good.” Plus, these people had no recourse and couldn’t defend themselves legally nor sign consent.
These experiments included spraying pandemic flu virus up the noses of Maryland state prisoners. These experiments also included purposely giving mental patients in Connecticut hepatitis.
The Drug Enforcement Agency just admitted that cannabis has never killed anyone. Ever.
They also acknowledged that the little green plant, which has been used across civilizationsfor thousands of years, causes “merriment” and “happiness.” But they still want to keep it illegal.
The new 94-page report released this week is entitled “Drugs of Abuse” and is intended to foster a better understanding of the dangers of drug consumption.
“Education plays a critical role in preventing substance abuse,” the document opens.
Balancing activities like Tai Chi, yoga and meditation are touted for their ability to promote a sense of well-being and reduce stress, but is there more to it than meets the eye? While these exercises are known for being great ways to relax, new research has shown that their benefits extend far past the ephemeral. The relief mind-body interventions can offer isn’t just mental; in fact, these activities can actually bring about physical changes at the molecular level.
A recent study led by scientists from Coventry University and Radboud University have shown that mind-body interventions can turn back molecular reactions within your DNA that cause disease and depression.
A landmark study helps explain why Big Pharma is so afraid of the medical benefits of cannabis. The pharmaceutical and alcohol industries, both powerful influences in Washington, have long lobbied against cannabis legalization in order to protect their profits.
The recent study is lending credibility to the idea that medical cannabis can be used as a natural alternative to prescription pain medications, with nearly 100 percent of respondents saying they believe cannabis is helping them decrease their use of prescription opioids to treat the pain.
“The food you eat can either be the safest & the most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison” – Ann Wigmore
At a reputed medical centre in the US, a unique experiment is on; doing common things in most UN common way.
Here the patients are being treated with select fruits and vegetables from its Farmacy (Farm) instead of medicines from its Pharmacy.
According to the director of the medical centre the patients have responded positively to this innovative method.
The director added that based on this success story, it is time to create awareness about the efficacy of fresh fruits and vegetables over the conventional approach of treating patients with the pills which inflict a number of side effects on the patient.