SpOOKtacular Holistic Myths Unraveled

Continued from the October 2011 holistic email newsletter

3. Holistic care is not going to have the reliable results that traditional care does.
Holistic care is different in that it looks at people and animals as a WHOLE - the body (physical), mind (mental and emotional) and the spirit or soul (spiritual). Each is an integral part that plays a vital role in a person and animal’s overall wellbeing, with the ultimate goal to achieve a state of harmony and balance. Traditional care tends to look at just the physical. Holistic care looks at getting to the root cause of the health or behavioral condition. Traditional care tends to look at the symptoms. Because of this unique and thorough approach that holistic care takes, it can have incredible, effective and long-lasting results.
4. Holistic care replaces traditional care.
Holistic care is never meant to replace conventional medicine. Holistic care is never meant to replace proper medical or veterinary care. It is a compliment to it. And you do not need to choose one over the other. They both have an important role in the care of a person or an animal. Traditional care offers wonderful diagnostic tools and trauma care. We are a big believer, though, in trying holistic methods first as they have little to no side effects as is seen with many traditional medications. But sometimes, traditional care is the best way to go, especially when holistic care has not been effective enough.
5. Holistic care is painfully expensive.
Most holistic care methods and products are very affordable. Some things you will already have in your home such as vinegar, cinnamon, honey and mouthwash. You can save money from unexpected medical bills through prevention and by determining the best methods for helping the person or animal.
6. Holistic care takes a gruesome amount of time to see results.
Some results can be seen immediately and others within hours or days. But through prevention and getting to the source of an issue, holistic care is a big time saver when it comes to the health of a loved one. And what is the key to finding out the best holistic method to help a person or animal and therefore helping them the fastest? It is muscle testing, also called energy testing. Our 30 page instructional ebook teaches you how to do this incredible and life changing skill.
7. Holistic care is difficult to learn, like teaching a zombie.
Anyone can learn holistic methods easily. Consider taking a holisitc care workshop with us. You can take a workshop that is several hours long, or you can study with us for a week or two. You can also consider taking a distance class with us. While having a teacher is ideal, there are also many good books out there such as:

  • The Natural Remedy Book for Dogs & Cats by Diane Stein
  • Natural Remedies For Dogs And Cats by CJ Puotinen
  • Dr. Pitcairn's New Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats by Richard H. Pitcairn, DVM
  • Holistic Guide for a Healthy Dog (Howell Reference Books) by Wendy Volhard & Kerry Brown, DVM
  • So spread the good news. The wicked witch really isn't dead - and she really isn't wicked. Didn't you see Wicked?

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