You can choose which one you want to see. This review will be in the next post. So keep checking back in.
People who use natural remedies such as herbs or supplements, even though they may be skeptical about the effectiveness of these products, are often considered "natural healers" by the mainstream medical system. People with a high belief in "natural healing," can easily dismiss alternative medicine when it is not proven by mainstream medical organizations. It's important to point out, that some products that are marketed as "natural" are really not, in fact.
We'll discuss why in a bit. I do have a few recommendations though. If you have questions, feel free to ask them here or on Facebook. Also, it's a good idea to be familiar with alternative medicine, as it often uses natural ingredients that you can use as a part of your healing regime. There are a few common complaints that I see people have when they try to get started with an alternative treatment. They want something that is super-simple, so that they don't have to spend time figuring out what to do and when. They also want something that doesn't "take a long time" to take effect (this is really one of my biggest issues with conventional treatments as well). So we'll talk about why I think that this doesn't really work for most people.