Archive for November, 2010

Angela Moorman, Naturopath and Microscopist will be providing Dry Blood Cell Analysis at Desgined 4 Healing on Mondays from 4 pm to 7 pm. The cost is $35.

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At Designed 4 Healing we’re excited to announce the addition of Iridology and Sclerology to services offered.  LaVonne Perske, PhD has recently moved to Missouri from Wyoming and is joining with us to offer her services. 

Most people are familiar with iridology which is an eye science that identifies inherited tendencies, and pinpoints organ systems that are likely to be affected by stress and imbalance in the body.  This information can be used by the client as a preventative strategy for future health. 

Sclerology, on the other hand, provides a visual assessment of current and chronic pathologies by interpreting the colorings and red lines in the whites of the eyes.  It reveals areas where congestion and stress has affected the body and to what degree.   In a healthy person, the sclera is crisp and white.  As the health of the person deteriorates the whites of the eyes change color and accumulate various lines.  Anatomically, the sclera is continuous with the dura mater of the brain which allows signals from the body to be shown in the sclera.  It is the white coating made of fibrous material that shapes the eye and continues to the optic nerve.

The sclera display many conditions such as tumor, trauma and injury, infection, emotions, drug embedment, irradiation poisoning, pathologically significant parasitic activity, immune depression, and neoplasm.  These signs are interpreted by their type (primary or secondary), configuration (single, forked, or compound), length (long or short), thickness (thick or thin), depth (superficial or deep), shape (curved, straight, or angled), color, clarity/shading (clear or faded), location (origin, travel, and destination), and juxtaposition (in relation to the iris).

A consultation begins with photos taken of the irises and of the four sclera quadrants for each eye using a specially formatted digital camera.  Once the photos are taken, they are loaded into a laptop for visual assessment.  Now you will be able to “see” for yourself what your body is trying to tell you.  This consultation is beneficial in several ways: 
1. It can give you an early warning of impending health conditions, giving you time to effect nutritional corrections before a condition becomes chronic; 
2. You can follow your progress due to the changes in the sclera; 
3.  Helps prioritize chief stress patterns; and 
4. Identifies inherited weaknesses so that you can strategize a plan for health.

Sclerology is a non-invasive tool that can empower your decision to take control of your health.  “See” for yourself.

LaVonne Perske, Ph.D. of  “Eyes Never Lie” combines the use of sclerology, iridology, and nutrition to educate those who wish to improve their health.  She is currently seeing clients at Designed 4 Healing

Please call (417) 326-7845 for an appointment.

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You can now buy “Total Tea-Gentle Detox” teas
at Designed 4 Healing in Bolivar, Missouri.

Stop and see us for a FREE sample today
or you can purchase a box of 25 bags for $14.00.

Total Tea® herbs are known to help with symptoms related to the following conditions:
Constipation Irritable Bowel Syndrome
(IBS) Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Ulcerative Colitis
Crohn’s
Proctitis
Indigestion
Candida Yeast Overgrowth,
Candidiasis
GI Ulcers
Gastroenteritis
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Diverticulosis,
Diverticulitis
Acid Reflux
Bad Breath (Halitosis)
Stomach pain
Diarrhea

 Ingredients:

Senna (Cassia angustifolia, Locust Plant) A “cleansing herb” that relieves constipation, increases peristalsis, and helps soften stools

GynoStemma (Gynostemma pentaphyllum) Acts as a scavenger in the stomach and intestines to eliminate waste and toxins from the body Helps accelerate metabolism by adjusting blood sugar and reducing blood fat Contains many beneficial amino acids and vitamins and minerals, including selenium, magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc, potassium, manganese, phosphorus and more Strengthens the body’s overall health and thought to have a strong anti-fatigue effect

Papaya (Carica papaya) Contains “papain”, an enzyme chemically related to “pepsin” which helps digest protein in the body and acts as an anti-inflammatory A safe and natural digestive aid that helps prevent indigestion

Ginger (Zingiber officinalis) Excellent digestive aid that helps reduce stomach acids and contains anti-inflammatory components Relieves indigestion, gas pains, irritation to the intestinal walls, diarrhea, and stomach cramping Contains therapeutic properties that stimulate blood circulation, toxin removal, and cleansing of the bowels and kidneys

Peppermint (Mentha piperita) Soothes and comforts the stomach, promoting healthy digestion Stimulates the flow of digestive juice and bile and the expulsion of gas from the GI tract Helps with the treatment of ulcerative conditions of the bowel and intestinal colic

Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) Stimulates the immune system to counter both bacterial and viral infections An alterative herb that can be used for long periods of time to gradually and gently detoxify the blood stream thus improving digestion, glandular secretion and assimilation Contains anti-inflammatory conponents

Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) Calms and relaxes the entire body; reduces anxiety; supports a healthy nervous system; helps ease digestion, tense muscles, and menstrual pain; relieves irritability; and helps sleep Contains anti-inflammatory properties that soothe the digestive tract and help relieve pain, indigestion, acidity, gas, gastritis, bloating, colic, ulcers and other inflammatory conditions of the digestive system

Rosehips (Rosa canina) Mild diuretic and laxative that helps soften stoos without purging Beneficial for constipation, infections, bladder problems and diarrhea Excellent nutritional supplement and helps prevent colds

Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) Used to combat microorganisms, diarrhea and other GI disorders, and has anti-oxidant properties

Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) Used to treat constipation Possesses anti-inflammatory properties

For more information or for testimonials regarding Total Tea, give us a call or stop by.

 

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