About ten years ago, a woman of about fifty was dying from a chronic heart disease. She had emaciated as a result of high blood pressure, angina, insomnia, and loss of appetite. Doctors in a prestigious hospital, where she worked as a nurse, recommended a specialist hospital in the USA for surgical treatment. Her family could not afford the air fare, let alone the costly bill for the operation.

I visited the home to assess her condition. I then went to the bush behind her house in search of appropriate herbs. The most important herb I found for her condition was GOAT WEED (Ageratum 
conyzoides). Using this herb in conjunction with a few others to form a formula, and applying the 
general principles of diet, treatment commenced. In three weeks, the woman 
was hale and hearty. She was counseled to adopt the new lifestyle of diet and exercise, and is very 
healthy to date.

If I were one of the doctors or nurses in that hospital where the woman was a staff, I would approach the herbal practitioner to find out more about his methods. Thank God, we have had some medical personnel come for treatment from chronic diseases and also for training in naturopathy. This eclectic approach to healthcare should be encouraged everywhere.

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By Mike Oye
Added Sep 9 '15


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