Color Therapy Colors and Healing Properties in Chromotherapy

In the quest for holistic healing approaches, color therapy, also known own as chromotherapy, has emerged as a fascinating alternative. This alternative healing modality utilizes various colors to promote balance, alleviate ailments, and enhance overall well-being. Although it may sound unconventional, color therapy has gained popularity as an add-on therapy in many wellness practices.

Color therapy is based on the belief that different colors possess unique energetic properties that can influence our physical, mental, and emotional states. Advocates of chromotherapy suggest that exposure to specific colors can restore balance and stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities.

Let’s take a look at color therapy, colors, and healing properties in chromotherapy.

Colors and Their Healing Properties


Red is associated with vitality, strength, and stimulation. It is believed to increase circulation, promote energy, and revitalize the body. Has been used to treat arthritis, joints, legs, knees, ankles, the lymph system, low blood pressure, bronchial asthma, rheumatism, paralysis, anemia, and tuberculosis.

Research suggests that red light therapy may have positive effects on wound healing, pain reduction, and promoting hair growth. Studies have shown that red light can stimulate the production of collagen, enhance cell regeneration, and improve blood flow.


Orange is considered a color of enthusiasm, creativity, and social interaction. It is believed to boost mood, stimulate mental activity, and increase motivation. Orange stimulates blood, energizes nerves, and treats kidneys, heart, spleen, gallstones, hernia, epilepsy, bronchitis, cold, constipation, physical debility, pneumonia, and appendicitis.

Elevates mind-body connection, can heal problematic relationships with food, and stimulates healthy breast milk production. Scientific research has shown that exposure to orange light can enhance cognitive performance, improve mood, and increase alertness.


Yellow is associated with joy, optimism, and mental clarity. It is believed to increase happiness, raise mood, aid digestion, may act as a diuretic, improves focus, and promotes emotional well-being. Stimulates the brain, liver, and spleen. Is used to treat diabetes, indigestion, eczema, flatulence, paraplegia, kidney and liver disorders, constipation, eye and throat infections, syphilis, and impotence.

Studies have demonstrated that exposure to yellow light can improve concentration, increase serotonin levels, and alleviate symptoms of seasonal affective disorder (SAD).


Green is often associated with harmony, balance, and healing. It is believed to have a calming effect on the nervous system, reduce stress, and promote relaxation. When used with multiple colors therapeutically, green is often used at the beginning and end of the color therapy session.

Green is used in treating diabetes, indigestion, eczema, flatulence, paraplegia, kidney and liver disorders, constipation, eye and throat infections, syphilis, and impotence. Research suggests that exposure to green light can reduce pain perception, lower blood pressure, and enhance sleep quality.


Blue is considered a color of tranquility, peace, and serenity. It is believed to have a soothing effect, relieve anxiety, and promote relaxation. It is used for stabilizing blood pressure, alleviating symptoms of nervous breakdown and pain, reducing bleeding, and healing burns. Also used in balancing sleep/circadian cycles, and increasing alertness.

Blue treats dysentery, measles, hysteria, insomnia, jaundice, painful menstruation, colic, asthma, respiratory disorders, high blood pressure, and skin aberrations. Scientific studies have shown that exposure to blue light can regulate circadian rhythms, improve sleep quality, and alleviate symptoms of depression.

Purple or Indigo

Purple/Indigo is associated with intuition, spirituality, and deep relaxation. It is believed to stimulate the third eye (pineal gland), promote inner peace, enhance meditation, and stimulate intuition. Treats advanced constipation, hydrocele and leucorrhoea, disorders of the stomach and womb, cataracts, migraine, and skin disorders. Soothes eyes, ears, and nervous system.

While limited scientific research is available specifically on purple or indigo light therapy, studies on other forms of light therapy suggest that it may have potential benefits for mental well-being and sleep regulation.


Violet is often associated with spirituality, wisdom, and enlightenment, raising psychic sensitivities. Treats emotional disturbances, arthritis, acute insomnia, tumors, rheumatism, sciatica, and skin diseases. Often used on the forehead, back and front of the head/neck, over the heart, and between the shoulder blades.

It is believed to inspire creativity, balance energy, and promote a sense of serenity. Research has shown that exposure to violet light may help regulate mood, reduce stress, and improve overall emotional well-being.

Scientific Research on Color Therapy

While color therapy is still considered an alternative therapy and more research is needed, several scientific studies have provided promising insights into the potential benefits of color therapy:

    1. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology found that blue light therapy significantly reduced symptoms of depression and improved mood in patients with seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
    2. Research published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine indicated that red light therapy accelerated wound healing by stimulating collagen production and enhancing cellular regeneration.
    3. A study published in the Journal of Sleep Research demonstrated that exposure to green light before bedtime resulted in improved sleep quality and reduced insomnia symptoms in participants.

Color therapy offers a unique approach to holistic healing, utilizing the energetic properties of colors to promote well-being. While scientific research supporting the specific claims of chromotherapy is still evolving, studies have shown promising results in areas such as wound healing, mood enhancement, and sleep regulation.



Pharmaceuticals vs Natural Herbal Remedies

The third-largest cause of death in the USA is medicine and medical practitioners, in the shadow of heart disease and cancer, and if the truth were known, the medical and pharmaceutical sciences and the practitioners thereof would be revealed as the number one cause of death.


Not all pharmaceuticals are good for you. In fact, many are killing unwitting Americans while medical doctors and staff collude with and assist the industry to extract as much capital as possible from your estate (or subsidized medical resources) before your pulse finally stops.

Many legally prescribed medications have a dark side and are far more dangerous than the pharmaceutical companies would like you to know. Some of these could include benzodiazepines (Klonopin, Valium, Xanax). Then there are the anticoagulants (Heparin, Warfarin, Xarelto).

Other potentially dangerous prescription medications include antidepressants (Cymbalta, Prozac, Wellbutrin, Zoloft), and patented anti-hypertensives (Cardura, Hytrin, Minipress). Clozapine is an antipsychotic medication used to treat schizophrenia, not to forget Semi-Synthetic Opioids (OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin) which are generally used to treat moderate to severe pain.

Thanks to lawsuits against the pharmaceutical companies, we now know that they are so committed to profiting greatly off an insignificant public that they will falsify and create medical studies and pay doctors to put their name(s) on the studies to get them published, in many cases with the full knowledge that their new drug(s) have potentially deadly side effects.

A many as 10 percent of all published reports regarding new drugs are written by the drug manufacturers who pay doctor(s) to use their names on the reports when the doctors named had little or nothing to do with the study.

More than 60% of all academic studies are financed by the drug manufacturers, who have been known to alter the data prior to submitting the results.

The most prominent example of the insatiable greed of Big Pharma is Merck’s Vioxx debacle, where they were likely responsible for the deaths of 500,000 Americans over the age of 65, but gladly paid 4.85 billion dollars for killing 3,468 seniors, after enjoying a 5-year run of selling the aspirin replacement that caused heart attacks and strokes.

Having to pay a negotiable percentage of the revenue from the lethal painkiller seems like a small price to pay, an acceptable cost of doing business in the pharmaceutical industry where you take the good with the bad and still come out on top.

Other “legal” drugs that suffered a fate similar to Vioxx include Risperdal, Seroquel, Zyprexa, and Hormone Replacement Therapy, among others, which makes you wonder about the other medications that we see promoted on TV and in the media with the laundry list of side effects that may include death in some people (a possible side effect of manufacturing patented prescription medications).

If that’s not enough, there are other prescription medications, like the statin family available under the names of atorvastatin (Lipitor), fluvastatin (Lescol XL), lovastatin (Altoprev), pitavastatin (Livalo), pravastatin (Pravachol), rosuvastatin (Crestor, Ezallor) and simvastatin (Zocor, FloLipid), which tout efficacy in the lowering of cholesterol and preventing heart attacks, but the side effects can cause crippling muscle pain, type 2 diabetes, memory loss, confusion, or rhabdomyolysis leading to liver damage, kidney failure, and death. Stop taking the statins, and the side effects fade away.

Before the advent of all this medical profiteering, we tended to our needs using natural substances from Mother Earth. These primitive methods of healing were all placed here with us, to help alleviate pain and heal us, her inhabitants, from every ailment.

They are so effective that Big Pharma models their patented medications after them, like aspirin. Aspirin was fashioned after a pain-relieving compound found in the bark of a willow tree.

Granted, natural remedies have also seen their share of darkness as “snake oil salesmen” used to promise the miraculous healing capabilities of herbal substances for money.

Nonetheless, there are some herbal remedies that have eared their right to compete with the most high-tech patented pharmaceuticals. One such herb is the most prescribed medication in Germany, Ginkgo Biloba for its supremacy in improving memory and other cognitive functions, in the USA, Ginkgo is not as well respected among the medical community. In Germany, medical students are obligated to study herbal alternatives, if even only rudimentarily (not so in the United States).

A few other herbal remedies have been proven to be as effective or even better than their patented prescription imitators, and they have survived and been proven in clinical trials to be the real deal. Besides Ginkgo, the top “proven” herbal supplements are:

  1. Black Cohosh – Helps with the effects of menopause
  2. Chestnut – (horse chestnut) Improves poor blood circulation in legs (varicose veins)
  3. Devil’s Claw – Anti-inflammatory and helps with joint pain
  4. Garlic – Reduces cholesterol and lowers blood pressure
  5. Hawthorne – Helps some heart conditions
  6. Saw Palmetto – Helps with men’s enlarged prostate, better urination
  7. St. John’s Wort – For mild or moderate depression

And there are many other noteworthy natural herbal remedies worth their weight in complementary alternative medicine (CAM) with fewer side-effects than pharmaceuticals, but without the clout of clinical trials to back them up.

The ongoing battle between Big Pharma and Mother Nature continues. And no one here is failing to admire the medical community for all the good they do in the world, but this dark side of pharmaceutical companies is causing the faith of patients to waver.

The smart thing to do is to practice due diligence in all medical interventions and take responsibility for your own care. You decide what is best for you.

Do not be the next casualty of being an uninformed patient.

Consider having two doctors, a medical doctor, and a holistic professional, consulting with both before committing to any prescribed medication, do some research on your own, then make your own educated decision.

Your life may depend on it.

David M Masters

So, You’ve Been Told You Have a Terminal Disease and Are Going to Die

Imagine being given a grim prognosis by your doctor, who tells you that you have only a limited time left to live. It’s a disheartening situation, to say the least. However, in such critical moments, it is crucial to maintain a sense of skepticism and to consider alternative approaches to conventional medicine. While medical science has undoubtedly made remarkable advancements, it is essential to exercise your own due diligence and explore healthy alternatives to prescription medications. In this article, we will delve into the significance of being wary of blindly following doctor’s orders and the potential benefits of researching alternative treatments to combat terminal illnesses.

Questioning the Status Quo

Your doctor’s diagnosis may seem like a definitive sentence, but it is crucial to remember that medical professionals are not infallible. Thousands of individuals facing life-threatening conditions have defied the predictions of their doctors and, astonishingly, have found themselves alive and well years later. These individuals embarked on a journey that involved questioning the prevailing medical dogmas and exploring alternatives that conventional medicine often overlooks.

The Doctor’s Paradigm

It’s important to understand that doctors are bound by their training and the knowledge they have acquired throughout their medical education. Their training often leads them to believe that certain terminal illnesses are incurable, leaving them with limited options to offer patients. Consequently, their recommendations may revolve around palliative care or strategies to manage symptoms rather than actively addressing the root causes of the illness.

Unlocking Alternative Approaches

Fortunately, there are numerous non-conventional methods that hold promise for tackling terminal illnesses and promoting overall well-being. These approaches, which prioritize holistic healing and often emphasize lifestyle changes, offer opportunities to combat diseases without relying solely on prescription medications. By exploring alternative treatments, individuals have the chance to address the underlying factors contributing to their condition and work towards long-lasting health and vitality.

A Drug-Free Path to Healing

One of the fundamental principles guiding alternative approaches is the understanding that not all solutions come in the form of a pill. While pharmaceutical drugs have their place in modern medicine, it is important to recognize that they often carry side effects and are not without risks. In some cases, these medications may merely manage symptoms rather than provide a comprehensive cure. By embracing alternative therapies, individuals can avoid the potential toxicity of pharmaceuticals and explore natural remedies that work synergistically with the body’s innate healing abilities.

Researching Healthy Alternatives

When faced with a terminal illness, it is crucial to take an active role in your own healthcare journey. Empower yourself by conducting thorough research into alternative treatments that have shown promise in addressing your specific condition. Explore complementary therapies such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, naturopathy, or energy healing. Investigate lifestyle changes, including dietary adjustments, stress management techniques, and exercise programs tailored to your needs. By combining the wisdom of traditional practices with the advancements of modern science, you can pave the way toward a more comprehensive and integrative approach to healing.

Collaborating with Medical Professionals

While advocating for alternative approaches, it is vital to acknowledge that medical professionals possess valuable expertise and can play a crucial role in your journey toward wellness. Rather than dismissing their opinions outright, seek to establish a collaborative relationship with your doctor. Share your research findings and engage in open discussions about the potential benefits of alternative treatments. In this way, you can combine the best of both worlds, drawing from both conventional medical knowledge and alternative healing modalities.

In conclusion, in the face of a terminal illness, it is understandable to experience fear and uncertainty. However, by approaching your situation with a sense of skepticism and taking the initiative to research healthy alternatives to prescription medications, you can open doors to new possibilities for healing. Remember that doctors, despite their expertise, are subject to the limitations of their training. By embracing alternative therapies, you can actively work towards addressing the root causes of your illness and strive for a healthier, more vibrant life. Embrace the power of knowledge, advocate for yourself, and embark on a journey of holistic healing that offers hope and the potential for transformation.


Holistic Approach to Healthcare

There is a growing trend in alternative medicine and natural remedies among the people (about one-half of the American population believes in alternative therapies and this number is growing rapidly). Even so, many people are still locked into the science of believing in traditional medicine and ongoing medical care by trained professionals. Remember, these professional doctors have been professionally trained in dispensing designer patented drugs, referring patients for tests by exposing themselves to expensive scientifically advanced equipment and surgeries.

Some people aren’t buying it anymore. They are questioning the idea that expensive designer drugs and surgery are not always (and maybe never) the best answer. These free-thinking individuals are refocusing their attention on natural remedies and alternative medicine.

This is part of the expansion explorer’s journey. In order to make a break from the mainstream you have to stop believing in the propaganda which exists all around us in an effort to make us believe this information is true, yet those who do believe in all the persistent lies, think that if they’re not feeling well, they must seek out a doctor and blindly follow his or her recommendations.

If you want to make the move toward more natural approaches to your individual health care you must think differently. After you’ve decided to believe the hype in the false claims of advertising and promotion of these designer drugs, you need to look at your maladies in a different way.

Instead of thinking about going to the doctor, you will need to look at other things that are going on in your life that might be affecting your mind, heart, and body. One of my favorite people, Louise Hay, shared a list of symptoms and the conditions of life which contribute to these sicknesses and diseases in her book, You Can Heal Your Life. This book is probably one of the most significant contributions to making the world a better place and will long be revered even though she has left us to continue her journey on the other side. What a gift.

Although it is known that these principles, as Louise Hay presents them, are not necessarily a new idea, as these concepts are found in ancient spiritual practices, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and other holistic health systems. But she, so cleverly inspired, provided the modern world with a map that we could wrap our consciousness around.

When you’re entertaining the idea of taking responsibility for your own health care, you need to look outside the box of traditional medicine. When you use Doctor Google to help self-diagnose and treat your own symptoms, you will note that expensive clinical research and scientific studies have been conducted and their results published and made easy for you to find.

Keep in mind that these expensive studies are funded by the pharmaceutical company that created the patented drugs, as well as the organizations, universities, and government agencies that support them. While natural remedies are free or extremely inexpensive, so there is no scientific proof to support any claims that you might find for results associated with these alternative therapies. What you will find, though, are anecdotal stories and personal experiences of those who have taken this road less traveled.

While you are looking into these alternatives, also keep in mind that there are people who specialize in these alternative therapeutic interventions. There are natural healing modalities and practitioners who specialize in these, as well as other approaches to natural healing. These practitioners agree that healing is a three-fold process addressing the body, the mind, and the spirit; this is the holistic approach, treating the whole body.

When you’re considering self-healing, be sure to take the time to examine all three areas of your life, the body, the mind, and your spirit.

Alternative Medicine and Natural Remedies

I know this is a tender subject. When you talk about alternative medicine and natural remedies, people start to roll their eyes and imagine you dancing with a rattle in a grass skirt, like some kind of cartoon witch doctor. A toast to the powers that be responsible for brainwashing the general population, hat’s off to a job well done. We’ve all been duped and we don’t even know. That is unless you do know…

If you do know, maybe you’re like me and you’ve seen in impact or natural holistic health modalities which embrace the idea of natural medicine as an alternative to patented designer prescription medications.

As a matter of fact, I’ve witnessed natural cures (I realize I’m not qualified to use the word, “cure,”) using simple techniques and herbal medicine that have far-surpassed whatever promises the medical community might make.

I’ve known many people who were given six months to live. For those who simply accepted their dire diagnosis, they passed away within a year.

For the others who sought to fight the doctor’s death sentence, with alternative medicine and natural remedies, guess what? You guessed it, and something deep inside you knows it’s true. They are all living their lives fully and joyously.

What do the doctors have to say about this when they are confronted by their self-healing now healthy beyond belief patients? They all have this response down pat, “It’s either a misdiagnosis or a miracle.”

There is nothing miraculous about the healing of themselves, except for this:

The miracle of the human body to heal itself while accelerating natural healing with what mother nature has provided for us. Our planet and its inhabitants are perfectly matched and attuned to work in concert for our highest and best outcome.

Everything you could possibly need was placed here on earth before we were put here. We experience life in the most comprehensive closed system, which is in itself is one of the most amazing miracles, confounding the highest thinkers of time since our introduction to this planet.

Nothing is more natural than having the ability to heal yourself; this is what your body was designed for.

If this is true (and you know it is), then why is it illegal to honestly tell your story? There are people who have boldly proclaimed the power of natural healing and natural cures. Where are they now?

The answer is so impossible to imagine that I won’t even attempt to offer any suggestions. Suffice it to say, in general, they do not continue their professing natural cures for very long until their voice slowly fades into the confusion of obscurity.

I have long been a supporter of natural healing, studied and practiced in various areas of alternative health care, though this is not the main focus of my personal calling. I was first so impressed early in my ministerial career, at how effective prayer was in initiating spontaneous healing, this sparked my interest in natural healing.

And believe me, if you’re seeking out natural remedies or an active participation in holistic health, consider spirituality as part of the comprehensive therapeutic approach. A little belief goes a long way. The integration and calling upon a higher power can make all the difference.

If we can agree that all disease affects three separate but unified parts of us, our body, our mind and our soul, then neglecting the soul can hinder your healing and wellness significantly.

Can natural healing be accomplished without spiritual integration? Absolutely, but the results are far greater and more rapid with your heart connected to the source of all life.

If you think you’re ready to take responsibility for your own health, the good news is, Google is a good repository for the otherwise hidden jewels for natural remedies. You can pretty much find anything you could possibly think of, though much of the information is anecdotal, and you will find a lot of people swearing that considering any of these natural cures is dangerous, if not lethal.

Be smart about it. Exercise your due diligence and see what dies. If you’ve been given six months to live, it may not be you, it might be your belief in what you’ve been trained to believe about health and medicine.

Natural Pain Relief

Chronic Pain Management
(the problem)

For many people chronic or persistent pain can be debilitating. It can render you incapable of experiencing the good life that abounds all around you. Doctors can medicate you in such a way so as to keep you in a mild state of pain, which further limits your ability to find joy in life, but as soon as the drug wears off, you rush to the pain medication again for some relief.

The thing with drug interventions for pain, especially long lasting pain associated with some physiological trigger, is that it can develop an addiction or dependence on an unnatural substance which leads to liver failure and a declining overall health of your biology. In other words, the pain medication, while it does offer relief, is making you susceptible to contracting other disease, bodily malfunction and deterioration, and quite frankly is slowly killing you.

There are options for natural pain relief

Throughout my life, I have had the opportunity to respond to people who have suffered from persistent and chronic pain and offered some impressive relief. Successful methods of eliminating pain which were not associated with drugs or other medical intervention included prayer, meditation, positive thinking, hypnosis, life change (living a better life), and Reiki.

All of these are sound eliminators of pain which had been suffered as a constant or persistent state for long term victims of pain. Prior to these interventions, chronic pain victims could only mask their symptoms by maintaining a medicated zombie-like state. Though this is not much quality of life, it is far better than living in constant pain. Yet, these same people were able to start new lives free of pain and were able to reverse the process of deterioration resulting from the pain and its medical management.

And it makes me wonder…

Why is it that these alternate methods of eliminating pain (instead of managing it with drugs, which have known side effects, including but not limited to resulting in death) are not taught in the colleges and universities responsible for training our health care professionals?

While our medical professionals are trained on the body’s neurology and biology, the only treatments offered as solutions include surgery and drug therapy. While these can be necessary and prudent in urgent interventions, are they all there is?

Where are the classes being taught about other known and proven therapeutic models, such as prayer, meditation, positive thinking, hypnosis, life change (living a better life), and Reiki? (a short list of all the possible healing modalities that can be found all around us, yet ignored, if not shunned, by the medical community).

While my life’s work has been more focused on the human ability to change one’s life in a powerful, transformational metamorphosis, the modalities and therapeutic sciences I have trained in and use as tools to effectuate massive changes in neurology often are effective and also used to allow sufferers of chronic pain to let go of the pain, and live highly productive lives without pain and in unexpected states of fulfillment, happiness and joy.

Eliminate pain without the threat of deterioration or death?

I don’t know about you, but to me, this is a much better potential outcome to therapeutic intervention than deterioration and death by patented medication.

I am tempted to develop a support system for alternative therapeutic models that maintain a drug-free alternative to traditional medical practices. I call many of these practitioners friends, and I so appreciate their answering the call to follow these practices and helping so many people find a better life, without pain allowing them to find fulfillment, happiness and joy.

We can do this together

If you’re practicing an alternative healing modality, contact me. I think I can help you better answer your call and help to make the world a better place.

Blessings to all the natural, alternative healers.

Thank you for all that you do.


Heal Yourself

There is a growing sense that all things medical may not actually be as presented by the current medical community. Increasingly people are starting to take full responsibility for their own healthcare. Even though it has been thoroughly beaten into every fabric of our being that to do so would not only be folly, but potentially suicidal to attempt to heal yourself.

There is that part of me that looks at the magnificence of the human body, and I feel coherence with the idea that this gift that I’ve been given of this body comes prepackaged with all the science and technology necessary to maintain itself for some 120 years or so.

Certainly, there will be times, when push comes to shove and something exposes a chink in the armor and something gets through that is incongruent with your body’s otherwise healthy state of being and intervention is necessary.

So what do you do, if you’ve taken responsibility for your own healthcare?

You try to heal yourself in any way that might be available. Fortunately, I know a PhD of Natural Medicine with whom I consult. Don’t tell him I told you this, but I always fact-check his advice on Google before jumping into any regimen he might suggest. And you know what?

Nine times out of ten, I could have just gone straight to Google. You might be surprised at how much genuine alternative resources are available with the typing on a few letters into a search engine. Keep in mind, that for as much valid information is available via the web, there is just as much misinformation, and sometimes, it’s impossible to determine which you’re looking at.

On either side of the fence you will find representations and exaggerations of otherwise commonly believed ideas supported by wild claims and/or death warnings for anyone who might even consider such a type of alternative approach to healing.

I might be much more cautious if I didn’t personally know of people who were given death sentences by Medical Doctors, threatened with certain death from unspeakable maladies if not offering to sacrifice their bodies on the altar of pharmaceuticals in exchange for a few more moments on planet earth, who did heal themselves.

Your body will heal itself if you love it with everything youve got You cannot chastise punish or poison yourself to health
Your body will heal itself if you love it with everything you’ve got. You cannot chastise, punish, or poison yourself to health.

Knowing hand fulls of folks who have successfully looked professionally prophesied death in the eye and decided to heal themselves, did just that. I mean, I couldn’t possibly disclose the details of these true life stories without risking being thrown in prison or at the very least being labelled a liar and a kook, here and everywhere else. The fact remains, these people are not only not dead, they are quite fruitful and are thriving healthfully.

And if you know someone, like that, it can’t help but make you wonder…

You might find me studying alternative therapies from time to time along my journey. To date, I have not been diagnosed with one of those frightening diseases that makes you feel like if you don’t submit to the full barrage of authorized treatment, the result will be certain death, so I can say for certain what my response would be. But since I know so may people who have done so, successfully, I would think I would give it a go.

I partake in some natural maintenance regimens, and tweak my own personal cocktails according to the natural response of my body, as well as a bit of research and checking with my inner circuitry to keep myself from falling prey to some nasty malady.

I also feel that I, along with all the others who are taking responsibility of healing themselves, are making a contribution to humanity in some small way, as though my self healthcare might be contagious.

I realize there are wildly opposing point of view on this pharma vs. farm-a idea of natural healing, but I can see both sides, and I am not – by any means – suggesting that someone not go to the doctor. I have both a primary care medical doctor and my natural health doctor that I keep open lines of communication with, so I feel I’ve got both feet on the ground, but I must admit, I am more inclined to seek a natural alternative rather than a pharmaceutical intervention, but if I need it, it’s there.

What about you?

Heal yourself lately?