A frequent client came into Jill’s. She has Parkinson’s. She was very depressed and sad, and so weak. She said she had been so active and fit her entire life and that it didn’t run in her family. She didn’t understand why she had it and she wished she was dead.
I stopped her. I told her that she didn’t have the right to take her own life. That for some reason God had put her here in this situation and she wasn’t done doing whatever the plan was for her to do and the proof of that was that she was still alive.
Her husband talked about finding her exercise equipment, like a recumbent home exercise machine. I said that would be a great idea. Lift her mood a little if she could start with even just a few minutes a day. Then I asked them about parasite cleanses. Had they heard of them? Ever done one?
They were both Guatemalan. The husband told me how he used to live so remote and rural that traveling to a doctor took hours upon hours. So they relied on plant medicine a lot. He told me had disentary and that the bark of a tree steeped in tea had cured him effectively.
She was telling me her displeasure with Western medicine doctors who have all but given up. Basically telling her she will gradually degenerate and shown the door. So to speak.
I told them to think outside the box. Think back to their roots, to home remedies. I told them the breakthroughs they are having with fecal transplants, not that I know if they have tried it with Parkinson’s yet.
I just heard of a detox that centers around only fruit consumption two days ago. Wonders never cease to amaze me. Fruit? Who’s to say it isn’t possible? I’m definitely not consulting western medicine about it though. Lol
I consider myself to be on cordial terms with Western medicine. Ask my opinion I’ll give it. If I want and need your help I’ll graciously accept it. Mostly I like the scientific testing aspect of it and for determining progress on a substantial level, other than also quality of day to day life improvement.
I remember when I walked in emergency and they asked about my pain level and I said look “I don’t care about my pain. I will manage that myself. I just want you all to tell me what’s wrong with me.”.
They couldn’t and the stalemate ensued. We’ve been in one ever since unfortunately. Lol. No hard feelings. There is a time and place for everything. I wish Western medicine took this stance more and not the regimented one they seem to take. But whatever…… the truth will come out eventually. Always does.