I’ve been there and suffered for years until I went to a naturopath who suggested herbs. I took a liver detox and it cleaned up my gut, which helped my chronic sinusitis. Now I never get sick, and that’s since 2013! Good luck!
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I also suffered from sinusitis for years. Luckily I found a naturopath who brought my suffering to an an end. I started taking herbs and I stay healthy. Initially I took liver detox, and that started me on the road to recovery. I’m so very thankful!
Hi, my daughter has interstitial cystitis and has had the annoying urge to frequently urinate. At first she thought she had a uti, but this was not the case. She has had success with controlling her diet, albeit, she has had to do without several things that she likes. Some of these things include chocolate, tomato products, anything with a citrus flavor, sodas. The list is long and she is left with a very bland diet. Occasionally she will go off her diet, but tries her best to adhere closely to it.
I hope this helps you. I know how hard it is to forgo so many items that you like and are used to eating. Good luck to you.
Hi, I never heard of bitters before. Could you explain what it is? Thank you!
Hi! I have taken Garcinia and another herb called colostrum. The Garcinia may have been slightly different than the one in which you are referring, as it is Nature Sunshine’s version. I did fine with both of them and took one after each meal. It curbed my appetite which made it easier to lose or maintain weight. I felt completely normal and had no feelings like I was speeding. I do agree with you that you should talk to your psychiatrist first, as you don’t want to upset s delicate balance with your meds. The problem is is that many doctors don’t know much about herbs and only pharmaceutical products.
I have been seeing a certified naturopath on a monthly bases since 2012. She has her PHD in naturopathic studies, which is an all natural approach to striving for optimal health. Like a medical doctor, she has an in depth understanding of the body’s organs, and how they function in the various systems. In addition, she is knowledgeable about herbs, and how they are used to strengthen the body at the cellular level. Herbs are all natural plant based supplements. They do not contain any dyes or fillers, which can be toxic and stressful to the body. She also might recommend essential oils which can be used in a diffuser.
Each time I have an appointment, I tell her how I am feeling, and I do a Compass Survey. This is done by putting my hand on a plastic hand that is connected to her computer. This generates a report which reflects how my bio markers are functioning and if any are not aligned properly. (Don’t ask me how this actually works, it just does, and is usually accurate.) For example, it might show that I have been stressed out, had joint pain, inflammation, infections, etc.. The report will also suggest a particular herb as a remedy.
The next thing she does is muscle testing, which to me seems a bit hocus pocus. Seriously, I don’t know how it actually works, but I will attempt to explain. With one of her hands touching various herbs, she pushes down on my extended arm with her other hand. Supposedly, if my arm dips down, it means my body likes that herb, because my body knows what it needs. Actually it seems to me that my arm dips down every time she pushes on it, but she evidently knows how to read my reactions. (Ok, are you still with me?) So she puts all the herbs that I liked in a basket and then proceeds to write up each herb and how many and when I should take it, i.e. breakfast, lunch, and/ or dinner. When I go home, I order the herbs online from Nature’s Sunshine, a reputable herb company.
The cost of the office visit is $35, but I spend a good $100 each month on the herbs. This of course is a considerable amount of money on a monthly basis, but I stay healthy and don’t have to go the doctor and buy prescriptions. After suffering for years with chronic sinusitis, this is definitely working for me. The whole premise is that she does not treat diseases, but rather she suggests herbs based on what my body instinctively knows that it needs. A rather interesting concept, wouldn’t you say?