Trouble is caused not by one toxin, but by an aggregate of toxins built up over the
years coupled with deficiencies.
Broad categories of toxins are:
Chemical (External) e.g. insecticides, household cleaners, cosmetics, deodorants,
soap, toothpaste, food additives, drugs, vaccines, chemicals in water, air pollutants
Chemical (Internal) made by the body e.g. excess adrenalin, hormones, dead cells
Emotional stress, worry, anxiety, grief, anger, insult, etc.
Perverse Energy electro-magnetic, electricity, geopathic, radiation (from mobile
phones, aero planes, power lines and cables, x-rays, computers, TV etc).
There are many components in the journey to good health:-
* Good diet
* Cutting down on toxins
* Adequate water intake
* Adequate exercise
* Possible change in other aspects of lifestyle e.g. looking at relationships, working
hours, meditation, living environment.
* Nutritional supplements
* Flower essences
* Other complementary therapies
The journey to good health is a process.
Getting well is not about taking or doing one thing
It involves a certain amount of commitment on your part
It is not always easy.
(Ref: Sally Ann Hutcheson)
Gemma Hoefkens Tel: 0121 557 0226
I have adopted Sally Ann Hutcheson’s, a naturopath based in London, explanation about
disease. She explains toxins in the body are many and various and trouble may be
caused not by one toxin but by an accumulation of toxins built up over the years
coupled with deficiencies in the body.
Understanding the Recovery Process
Before getting well it is necessary to understand how the human body gets ill. Through
my years of study and practice in Homoeopathy, I have come to a fairly simple view
of health and disease. I have presented it in its simplicity for you below:-
Disease is caused by two things: toxicity and/or deficiency.