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Laron

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Things are changing, but this has been a strong aspect of western society because of big pharma.

When I was in the US, I heard a number of people say that a lot of doctors head to Mexico, because they don't have such tight policies and rules around alternative medicine, so this is also part of the problem in the US for example, and other countries, as the actual solutions that work which are healthy and don't create further illness, plus go beyond just managing the condition, are not always legal.

Essential oil, bach and herbal remedies, as well as other pure plant based solutions are available in combination of energy healing, past life regression and other holistic modalities which are much better for the physical body and soul.

In the last edition of Unraveled I put out, I included this link:

Essential Oils Might Be the New Antibiotics
“Faced with increasingly drug-resistant bacteria, scientists and farmers are now looking to plant extracts to keep people and animals healthy.”
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2015/01/the-new-antibiotics-might-be-essential-oils/384247/

While it seems that the medical industry is being forced to do this, it's a very positive direction, and should open the door to further understandings around how essential oil can help with many other areas of health.

But back to that picture; a raw plant based diet is usually the best option when a life threatening condition comes up, but is also effective of course for everything health related and it makes people reevaluate what they put into their bodies after they are better.
 
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100% agree with this article. I LOVE that the quote is from an honest MD. WOW! Thank you.

I also wanted to add a word of caution about essential oils. It is important to use essential oils that have been scientifically tested to ensure they have not been adulterated in any way and meet therapeutic standards. What is often seen is even if an oil company says they are 100% pure, the testing proves otherwise. An example would be taking a pure oil and adding a therapeutic synthetic to show it can be used in treatment. However, when tested it has shown the opposite result such as tissue death! What you see in a chemical anyalsis is a very high spike of a specific component that is unnatural in nature. You really need the other components for balance, synergy, & safety. Nature knows best.

Here is a good website that is transparent about essential oil testing and sourcing:

https://sourcetoyou.com/en

I do sell these oils and can vouch for their quality. I use them in my personal life. Please message me privately if you are interested and not working w another.

Next year, the U.S., for the very first time, will be seeing integrative clinics opening with doctors who will prescribe these essential oils. It’s a very exciting time for plant medicine as more and more are looking for alternatives. The goal is to have these clinics in all 50 states. So far, those living in Utah and Arizona are the “lucky winners” to see the start up of these clinics.
 
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Next year, the U.S., for the very first time, will be seeing integrative clinics opening with doctors who will prescribe these essential oils.
Do you mean only at holistic clinics? Or at regular family "pill pusher" doctors?

The problem is, typically, nothing at a holistic doctor is covered by insurance and most people don't have the money to see a holistic doctor.
 
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Do you mean only at holistic clinics? Or at regular family "pill pusher" doctors?

The problem is, typically, nothing at a holistic doctor is covered by insurance and most people don't have the money to see a holistic doctor.
I doubt insurance will cover it as it is alternative. They will have MDs on board w integrative as well as naturopaths. I do know they were not getting anywhere waiting for fda approval so they decided to open their own clinics. So it does sound like it will not be covered by insurance bc of that. I am curious how much it will be and will find out next year.
I agree it is expensive, but it is a brave step in the right direction and change is occuring as more people are waking up to this and making informed decisions.
 
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