I take a holistic approach to health care, that means mind, body, spirit.
Health care choices should be based on current research, intuition, individual needs and circumstances.
I believe God gave us all we need in nature. Case in point are the Benefits of Vitamin D
If I don’t get enough, I take a natural vitamin D supplement.
Just like a car needs an oil change, I cleanse my body in various ways on a regular basis.
A key to immunity is avoiding SUGAR, which suppresses the immune system and has been found to be the favorite food of cancer.
Research shows the healing benefits of Chiropractic adjustments! Keeping the spine aligned reduces stress and helps our brain and nervous system communicate to our body systems.
It has been ten years since I was faced with invasive DCIS (ductal carcinoma) breast cancer.
I said no, repeatedly, to surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, mammography and pharmaceutical drugs.
Instead, I chose remedies recommended by respected doctors and brave journalists who researched cures not acknowledged by modern medical systems. Many are now revealed in The Truth about Cancer documentary series.
The facts are pouring in and since the legalization of medicinal cannabis in most of the United States, many have accessed the miraculous benefits of this plant. Here is a video with a microscope view of cannabis turning breast cancer cells into healthy cells!
Taking Care With Cannabis, I am finally able to access the plant legally in both topical and vapor form. I feel better than ever and I continue to hear amazing testimonials in dispensaries and discussion groups!
Research clearly shows that both Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) prevent cancer cells from spreading and stop blood supply to tumors.
I can attest to the side benefits too, which include relief from the anxiety of the diagnosis. Cancer killers I used topically include frankincense and myrrh essential oils, which have curative properties and can also help ease the emotional aspects of any disease.
I also deal with emotional causes of dis-ease with yoga, prayer, writing and meditation.
The statements above and in posts are based on my experiences; they are not intended as medical advice.
XO Carrie Ann