From early childhood I have always been intrigued by nature and its ability to assist the body to heal itself. I have also acquainted myself by reading up on various natural healing disciplines, e.g. Ayurveda (Indian), Unani Tibb (Arabic), Chinese medicine, African herbs, as well as Egyptian medicine – did you know that 2400 year old honey was found in the Pyramids, which was still edible
At 4 years old I enjoyed caring for anyone who was ill in the family and I even had to dress up as a nurse and administer their medication. When I was 9 years old my sister became ill with rheumatic fever and no doctor or specialist was able to cure my sister of her rheumatic fever during her six week stay in hospital. My mother consulted a homeopathic doctor (which was very unethical during the 1950’s) who prescribed special powders which my mom covertly gave to my sister in hospital during visiting hours, that cured her almost instantaneously! A special meeting was held by the medical fraternity because they could not fathom the reason for her sudden excellent health. About 25 years later my daughter also developed rheumatic fever and I took her to the same homeopathic doctor (no medical doctor was able to help her condition) and she also healed immediately. From early childhood I have always enjoyed fresh fruit and vegetables, nuts, 100% pure juices and everything that God put on the earth for mankind’s good health.
With the above in mind I had a calling to use only natural foods and medicines – food is medicine and medicine is food! The Bible tells us that our body is the temple which houses our Holy Spirit, hence I lived by the rules of a healthy mind, a healthy body, and a healthy soul, for my wellbeing and happiness.
I have remained healthy and energetic since practicing these God-given principles and my practice is also governered by these principles.
Yours in jolly good health!
Certified Ethno Medicine and Ethno Psychology Practitioner through EPASA, 2012.
Certified Iridologist (diagnosis through the eyes).
Complete Herbal Course through Patsy’s Potions (Patsy Vergeer, deceased) which covered botany, identifying herbs, which parts of the herbal plant to use, making herbal medicines, oils, creams, lotions, shampoos, conditioners, soaps and many other products.
Honey wound healing – note: there is a process as how to apply the honey to the wound. In other words, not just any honey can be used and expect the wound to heal.
Herbal medicines/tonics/products, Raw honey/honey products