Tips from cus­tomers could help you too

Wicklow People (West Edition) - - LIFESTYLE - WITH CLAIR WHITTY Clair Whitty is a Bach Flower Prac­ti­tioner, a Nu­tri­tional Health Coach ac­cred­ited with Thought Leader Nat­u­ral Health 2018 and a Vega Food In­tol­er­ance Tester at The Nat­u­ral Health Store, 24 North Main Street, Wex­ford 053 9121613 | clairm1

I’D like to share cus­tomer tes­ti­mo­ni­als with you as it would be fan­tas­tic if their sto­ries helped you too.

A young girl aged 10 had warts on her face, nose, and mouth. This was very dis­tress­ing for her. Her mother had tried an anti-vi­ral rem­edy that she got from her doctor, this didn’t work. She also tried tra­di­tional reme­dies in­clud­ing le­mon, tea tree oil, and holy wa­ter. Noth­ing worked. She asked me for help. I sug­gested Vi­ta­min D be­cause warts can be vi­ral, and a de­fi­ciency of D could im­pact on her over­all im­mu­nity. I also sug­gested us­ing Col­loidal Sil­ver ex­ter­nally. Sev­eral months later she told me that the warts had cleared and that both she and her daugh­ter were ab­so­lutely thrilled. So was I, this was bril­liant news to hear.

Si­nus pain is com­mon. Nor­mally I sug­gest herbs to deal with in­fec­tion or con­ges­tion, and of­ten sug­gest avoid­ing dairy food, sugar, and wheat. So I was sur­prised when a lady told me that Flex­o­fy­tol a nat­u­ral anti-in­flam­ma­tory rem­edy nor­mally as­so­ci­ated with arthritic pain and in­flam­ma­tion had re­lieved her si­nus pain within days. She is on per­ma­nent med­i­ca­tion for on-go­ing al­ler­gies but this doesn’t re­lieve the si­nus pain. So far the only so­lu­tion has been pain med­i­ca­tion ev­ery morn­ing and evening. She wanted to try some­thing nat­u­ral and de­cided to try Flex­o­fy­tol. This sup­ple­ment con­tains cur­cumin an ex­tract of turmeric in a bio op­ti­mised form which is eas­ier to ab­sorb. I would never have thought of sug­gest­ing this rem­edy but it makes per­fect sense if in­flam­ma­tion is a fac­tor. It might work for you too. Don’t take this if you’re on blood thin­ners.

A girl came in to me slightly pan­icked. Her mother had an itchy, red lumpy rash all over her body. She showed me pho­tos. It had come on sud­denly out of nowhere, the doctor didn’t know what it was, they thought maybe stress re­lated, or hor­monal. I sug­gested Ir­ish Botan­ica Milk This­tle to sup­port liver func­tion, and Virid­ian Black Seed Oil as this has both anti-in­flam­ma­tory and an­ti­his­tamine prop­er­ties. Last week the mother her­self came in to thank me, she said that her skin was calm­ing down and re­turn­ing to nor­mal. No itch, and the red lumps were re­ced­ing. We were both re­lieved.

I hope that th­ese tips can help you too.

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