My Mom’s Story

    My mom’s health journey has been a rollercoaster over the years.  She had undergone Holistic treatments with me in 2013 and improved many of her symptoms and lost weight.  But once she resumed her regular diet and lost her healthy habits the symptoms started to worsen again. 

    In October of 2017, she underwent Holistic treatments along with me.  Her symptoms began to improve monthly and the changes in her anxiety and depression were evident.  We have family history of depression and anxiety which has impacted my mom her entire life.  She has always been a negative thinker which impacted her healthcare decisions over the years.  She has needed a knee replacement for several years but her negative outlook was holding her back.  Finally, as her mood, memory and depression started to improve her outlook changed.  She became much more positive and finally decided to schedule her knee replacement. We had been trying to schedule this for years and something always got in her mind and stopped her.  Before her surgery last month, she was happy, at peace, with a positive mind and ready for her surgery without regrets. It was a blessing to finally see her so relaxed and ready to make a step for her health and future.  She has never been so calm and relaxed as she was the day of surgery.  She quietly waited for the procedure with a positive mind and attitude.

    Her arthritis and chronic pain were constant before holistic treatments.  Her symptoms slowly started to disappear over the months.  She used to go to acupuncture weekly, massages twice a month and magnet therapy as well.  As the time progressed, her need for alternative therapies decreased and she no longer needed treatments to reduce her pain.  She felt so happy and pain-free, I could see it in her every day.  She no longer complained about her body aches and chronic pain.  She thanked me for giving her this supplement that changed her health.  She was also ecstatic that I had finally found something that had helped me improve my own chronic pain and symptoms.  I know the fact that my symptoms mirrored hers was hard for her to bear.  She often blamed herself and felt guilty for my chronic illness.  It took me 11 years to finally prevail over my chronic illness and I am grateful that my journey helped her through some of her debilitating symptoms.