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Your Body is Intelligent and Capable Enough to Heal Itself Under the Right Conditions

It seems like we have a pill for every ill

In the US, around 50% of the population use at least one prescription drug, and roughly 25% use three or more prescription drugs. The number of drugs provided or prescribed is 860.4 million! And 68.7% of physician office visits involve drug therapy.

The most frequently prescribed therapeutic classes of drugs include analgesics for pain, anti-hyperlipidemic agents for reducing cholesterol, and antidepressants for depression; And for many of those people who are taking prescribed medications for their chronic health conditions, it seems like their illness gets worse over time, despite the medications they take.

Traditional medicine, also referred to as Western, allopathic, or conventional medicine is based on the use of drugs and surgery to treat symptoms, and that may be interfering with or even possibly destroying our body’s innate ability to heal.

More time, money and energy are being spent on discovering how to become more comfortable in our illness, and learning how to adapt to a toxic environment instead of using natural approaches to healing.

In our “pill popping” society, if you have a hard time falling asleep, you’re advised to take a pill. If you’re in pain, the solution is to take a pill. If you’re feeling unhappy, there’s a pill for that too.

The sick are only getting sicker because these drugs are used for treating symptoms caused by an underlying illness. This means that they are prescribed solely for treating symptoms and not the actual cause of the symptoms.

Your body reacts with symptoms to protect you

What if I told you your pain, your fever, your cough or even your high cholesterol are signs of your body’s attempt to heal, and medications interfere with or disrupt that process?

If you’re at a movie theater, and you’re just munching on some popcorn, and a piece of popcorn gets stuck in your throat – you start coughing – would you want to suppress cough or allow that cough to force that popcorn out of your throat?

Let’s say you’re cleaning your house and you inhale some dust and sneeze. Is the sneeze a problem that you need to suppress? Or is it the solution to expel the dust from your nasal passages?

If you accidentally swallow poison, extreme vomiting follows… Is vomiting the disease that needs to be stopped? Or is it a healthy reaction of a body designed to flush out the poison?

Is it a good idea to interfere with that process so that the poison doesn’t get out of the body? Or is it best to support the process? Why are we making the mistake of labeling healthy responses as illnesses or symptoms that we need to suppress, or get rid of?

Symptoms are signs that your body is under stress, they are not the problem. They are part of the process by which the body is working to protect itself and return to a normal balance state, known as homeostasis.

They are a part of the healing process, and common symptoms such as vomiting, coughing, diarrhea, fever, runny nose blisters and rashes are cleansing processes of the body. They are the body’s way of getting rid of toxic waste and getting dead cells out of the body.

Your body will do whatever it can to cleanse itself, but somehow this cleansing or healing process has been labeled as disease. Suppressing this process with conventional medicine typically interferes and causes waste to stay in the body which can eventually lead to various other chronic conditions.


  • If you suppress diarrhea, infection is left in the bowels
  • If you suppress vomiting, poison is left in the stomach
  • If you suppress coughs, foreign particles are left in the throat

Suppressing symptoms is not a cure. True health requires supporting the body’s natural healing process and addressing the cause.

Conventional medicine will never solve chronic disease

Are the conventional treatments involving drugs and surgery healing the body? Or are they fighting the corrective processes of the body? These are some very important questions you need to consider as you continue your journey to healing.

By my mid 20’s, I had dealt with chronic UTIs for many years. I had progressively gotten worse despite the course of antibiotics I had taken to treat it. I would take the antibiotics, but the infection would eventually come back. It was extremely unbearable, and I had developed a resistance to the antibiotics. They just were not working.

A friend of mine recommended me to a chiropractor who was also an herbalist. He educated me on a proper diet and told me to reduce my sugar intake which was feeding the bacteria that was causing the infection. He also recommended an herbal protocol to help my body fight the infection. When I initially started the protocol, my symptoms got worse. He said it was a normal healing reaction known as a Herxheimer reaction, which is a short-term cleansing reaction of the body.

As the body cleanses or detoxifies, it’s not uncommon for it to experience flu-like symptoms, headaches, joint or muscle aches, sore throat, sweating, chills, and other symptoms. When I was going through the discomfort, my body was fighting to eliminate the infection that had been suppressed for many years.

Herbs were used to support my organs as they worked to eliminate the bacteria from my body. The temporary worsening that I had experienced was from the die-off of the bacteria, and after a few days I was healed and never had a UTI again. That was 26 years ago, and I haven’t had a UTI ever since.

It’s not all unicorns and rainbows

I had to experience extreme discomfort in the healing process. Sometimes, many individuals fail to recognize this phase when they decide to eliminate things like caffeine, sugar, or begin a cleansing or detox program. When the going gets tough, they withdraw from the program and return to their unhealthy habits because letting go was too uncomfortable.

The solution is not to quit, but to support the detoxification process. The only way out is through.

Remember this

You can’t expect natural health by adopting unnatural means, which is unfortunately forced on us by today’s standards in society.

Adopting a lifestyle of eating dead devitalized food, excessive drinking, smoking, and prolonged stress destroys the immune system, and once it collapses, the body can no longer fight. Most times, instead of blaming the poor lifestyle choices which compromise the body, the virus or the bacteria gets all the blame.

I’m aware that there have been circumstances when medical intervention has saved lives, but medical solutions cannot be used to fix a lifestyle problem. We can’t fix a lifestyle problem with a pill.

I’m not going to put all the blame on the medical doctors, some holistic doctors utilize the same approach. They may use herbs or supplements to suppress a condition without addressing the actual cause. Yes, there are natural products that can suppress blood pressure or blood sugar. But if you are not addressing the correct cause, or incorporating new healthy lifestyle habits, then what’s the point?


  • Traditional medicine may be interfering with or even possibly destroying your body’s innate ability to heal
  • Symptoms are not the problem, the causes of the symptoms are
  • We can enhance our body’s ability to heal
  • True Health requires supporting the body’s natural healing process
  • Don’t be afraid of temporary discomfort on your journey to wholeness

Let’s talk about how I can help you get to your ideal health destination. Request a free 45-minute Breakthrough Call. CLICK HERE to get on my schedule.

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Until next time, go out there and achieve more freedom in your health and your life!

Dr. Leona