Qigong Master & Doctor Oriental Medicine, Dr. Love
Dr. George Xavier Love, Jr - Dr. George Xavier Love, Jr., Doctor of Oriental Medicine, founder of the Qi.M.D. program at Blue Dragon Qigong Academy, and a Florida licensed primary care physician and certified Acupuncture Physician since 1986. Dr. Love is renown as the first non-Chinese Qigong master, certified by the Ju Shi Lin Taoist Scholars Council in 1994. He has been an Acupuncture Physician Licensed in Florida since 1986, and a Massage therapist since 1974. In this article Dr. Love shares how her became the first non-Chinese Qigong master, health benefits an individual can experience with Qigong classes, health benefits of food therapy, detox our bodies and how often should we be doing it, some modalities he uses to treat diseases, and preventative and therapeutic methods would you recommend for those who have been affected by this pandemic we know as COVID-19, and much more.
Paul Sutherland, Founder of Natures Essentials
Traditional Medicine not only heals our bodies, but it also promotes skin wellness. With so many readily available commercial skin care products today, it’s easy to be confused about how best to care for our skin. Moisturizers full of petrochemicals and other unpronounceable ingredients can actually exacerbate skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis. etc. Quite literally, the skin consumes what is applied to it, and distributes residual amounts into the body, which is why the quality of the products we use on it; is very important to our overall health. Our skin is the body’s largest organ, working in tandem with the liver and lymphatic system to assist the body with functions like elimination of toxins, maintenance..........
Jah-Sun, Minister of Wholistic Health & Wellness
Jah-Sun, Minister of Wholistic Health & Wellness, is a passionate Health practitioner and founder of 3rdEyeVisionsUnlimited. He credits his affinity for natural healing to his indigenous family traditions and friendships throughout his childhood with elders in his community, who passed on their traditions to him. He reflects on his childhood in Jamaica: “I lived for 7 years with my grandmother, where I gained first-hand experience of living on the land and off the grid. We had no electricity, and we collected rainwater for drinking and washing. I grew up around lots of elderly folks in my village, by the time I was 10 I was keeping company with 90-year-olds. My maternal grandmother, Miss Will, was a daughter of one of the indentured Indians bought to Jamaica as laborers. She stood.......
Juawana Montgomery of Ancestral Healing Arts
Alternative Medicine is the use of Herbs, Natural Foods and Lifestyle for healing and maintaining health. It can be used in combination with Western Medicine. Chinese Medicine, Macrobiotic and Ayurveda are all traditional medical systems from China, Japan and India, but here in the west are now considered alternative. Western Medicine is a very new science which is now called traditional. So, I believe the label alternative is also meant to trivialize the awesome healing powers found in nature. Juawanna, shares what does traditional medicine mean to her personally, holistic health business, the role traditional medicine can play in people’s daily lives, and so much more.
How Traditional Medicine Is Practice Today!
Throughout my childhood, I can remember pots containing water, leaves, and roots boiling away in our kitchen. My mom’s Jamaican home remedies included fever grass (aka lemongrass), ginger root, cerasee, and peppermint teas. I later learned that these plants are full of powerful compounds that serve many healing purposes, including anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial properties. Fueled by a lifelong curiosity about natural health, in 2002 I became a certified health coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City. We were trained to isolate aspects of traditional healing modalities and put them together to customize individual wellness protocols.