Frequently Asked Questions 

Question: Where can I find a doctor skilled in the use of herbs?

Answer:  While there may be a few physicians who treat with herbs, they are in high demand and hard to find.  The best method is to learn to treat yourself.  I love the way this author puts it.   "The true method for healing the sick is to tell them of the herbs that grow for the benefit of man. Scientists have attached large names to these simplest preparations, but true education will lead us to teach the sick that they need not call in a doctor any more than they would call in a lawyer. They can themselves administer the simple herbs if necessary.   

     "To educate the human family that the doctor alone knows all the ills of infants and persons of every age is false teaching, and the sooner we as a people stand on the principles of health reform, the greater will be the blessing that will come to those who would do true medical work. There is a work to be done in treating the sick with water and teaching them to make the most of the sunshine and physical exercise. Thus in simple language, we may teach the people how to preserve health, how to avoid sickness.” {The Place of Herbs in Rational Therapy pg. 13}

        Two different hydro-therapists of the 19th century made it clear that the principles of health and healing are so simple that well-informed, intelligent people can essentially treat themselves, their families, and their friends.

         A Dr. Trall predicted, that hydro-therapists who understood the laws of life and health, “will well–nigh emancipate themselves from all need of doctors of any sort.” He thought home practitioners could successfully treat functional problems, which he estimated to be 99 percent of all ailments, but that they would probably need the skill of a trained surgeon for “mechanical injuries, displacements of parts, organic lesions, etc.”

        Mrs. Nichols wrote in 1849, “The only way a Water Cure physician can live, is by constantly getting new patients, as the old ones are too thoroughly cured, and too well informed, to require further advice.”  (Send Us a Lady Physician: Women Doctors in America)

           We have found that if you have a knowledge of God’s Plan for disease (Godly Trust, Open Air, Daily Exercise, Sunshine, Plenty of Rest, Lots of Water, Always Temperate, and Nutrition), including simple herbs and natural remedies that are non-toxic as well as the principles of basic hydrotherapy you will seldom, if ever, have to go to a doctor.

         We believe that, “Every student [and person] should understand how to take such care of himself as to preserve the best possible condition of health, resisting feebleness and disease; and if from any cause disease does come, or accidents occur, he should know how to meet ordinary emergencies without calling upon a physician, and taking his poisonous drugs.”  {Fundamentals of Education pg. 426}  


Question: Where is a good place to get training in Natural Remedies?

Answer:I am so excited to find this homestudy medical missionary course after following the link after a sermon 

on Amazing Discoveries channel. 
This place creates a threefold cord by combining herbs, hydrotherapy, and lifestyle.
One of the things that impressed me most about this place is both the students and patients give all the glory to God for the healing. 

Their acronym for the 8 natural remedies is God's Plan. 
Godly Trust
Open Air
Daily Exercise

Proper Rest 
Lots of Water
Always Temperate

 They have even (with the power of God) cured a lady of AIDS.  Here is the link to the testimony of an MD.

This is samples from this DVD course.

We are currently trying to save up the money to take the homestudy course ourselves.
May God bless any of you who try to do the same.


Question: Where are some good places to buy non-GMO and organic products?

Answer: We are always trying to find good and cheaper ways to find these products. Most grocery stores now carry organic produce.  Even Walmart carries organic carrots, celery, potatoes, green onions, lettuce, spinach, peanut butter and occasionally broccoli. I also buy organic baby food powder here and regular green olives that don't contain the ferrous gluconate. You can also usually find Dave's Killer Bread that is supposed to be organic and non-GMO.

 Ordering produce in bulk can often save you money.  In the west azure standard is a wonderful option.  I often order storable produce like organic apples and grapefruit in a box from them. This is also a wonderful option for buying things like grains in bulk.  You can also find silken tofu, coconut milk, sucanat, sesame seeds, etc. from them. Search for items marked organic.

In the west Costco is also a feasible option to many.  They offer organic raisins, figs, carrots, coconut oil, olive oil, some cereals, tomato paste, soymilk, rice milk and sometimes corn chips or other produce in season.  They also sell Non-GMO rice and organic quinoa, chia seeds, organic cane sugar and natural almond butter from Maranatha.  I also usually get my Dole pinapple here.  It is not organic, but is in its own juice and pineapple is on the clean 15 list. Read the label. 

The cheapest place I have found to buy organic orange juice concentrate is Trader Joe's.  They also sell canned beans that are nice for trips.  Stock up when you're in the big city. 

We grow sprouts throughout the winter and garden all summer, freezing, canning and drying to preserve our own cheaper produce.  We make almost all of our own bread, granola, tortillas, desserts and cookies from scratch, but our favorite store bought dessert is the Crispy Rice Bars from EnviroKidz put out by Nature's Path.

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