Why are you not healing?

Or, why are you not healing faster?

Find out the common mistakes people make in their Healing Journey, and how you can avoid or fix them!

Although I received dozens of emails outlining numerous health concerns, many people’s chief complaint was lack of energy. My report below goes into numerous factors that can be underlying this problem, but there are also some things you can do directly to increase your energy levels:

  • Make sure you don’t consume caffeine
  • Take an astragalus, siberian ginseng and mixed mushroom blend supplement (reishi, shiitake and maitake mushroom). If you can’t find these in one product, then buy tinctures from Herb Pharm and just drop them into one cup of herbal tea (no milk).
  • Meditate for half an hour per day – don’t just gloss over this one, you’ll be amazed how rejuvenating it is.
  • Take a power nap for 20 minutes whenever you are most tired. Again, sounds simple, but the results are truly staggering.

Anyway, I asked for your feedback on your top health concerns and so for everyone who took the time to write in, I wanted to really be able to address this topic, and those concerns, properly. So instead of a very long written report, I have prepared an Audio Report for you.

Just me, talking to you, addressing your top questions and concerns.

click here to get a copy of this powerful report about Why People Don’t Heal & How To Remove The Blocks To Healing

After listening to the report, if you have any questions or comments, please post them below…(p.s. please don’t email me, I can only answer those posted here on the blog, right below this post…)

Soar higher,


Remove Your Blocks To Healing

2 thoughts on “Remove Your Blocks To Healing

  • I am scheduled for a colonoscopy and endoscopy on Wednesday, but am concerned. Found this article / site while looking up “Healing diets after colonoscopy”. I am now considering canceling both endoscopy and colonoscopy and want advice. Other than my family doctor pointing out that I have a wee polyp on the lip of my vaginal area, I’ve had no problems with elimination. I’ve had stomach bloating / discomfort at times, but mostly decision for colonoscopy/endoscopy came about due to two separate bouts (at 2 to 3 month intervals of each other) of “black soup” vomiting. Perhaps an bleeding ulcer? In any case, I’m thinking I should just go on a life time health changes. My concern is about the endos/colonoscopy depleting my good bacteria in a way that will take much time to recover from, and now having read this article, about possible beginnings of long term harm/ concerns. What advice would you give?

    1. Hi Denise,

      I’m afraid we aren’t able to give you advice about your specific situation as we are not medical professionals and not qualified to do so (Jini included). If you have specific concerns about getting a colonoscopy and endoscopy we would suggest bringing them up with your physician. If you proceed with the tests, it might be a good idea to supplement with wild oregano oil and probiotics afterward to ensure that your gut is populated with good flora if it ended up being compromised as a result of the procedures.

      Kind regards,
      Customer Care

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