Dherbs.Com compounds (formulas) provide organic nutrition, which are designed to promote optimal cellular communication.
As Hippocrates said, the best medicine is FOOD, so ‘Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine your food.’ Ezekiel the Biblical prophet stated in 47:12, “… and the leaf shall be for medicine.”
You do not diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease with food or herbaceuticals. You merely FEED (nourish) the body with the food or herbaceuticals it requires and this allows the body to grow, repair, and maintain itself.
When you use any substance, natural or unnatural, with or for the “intention” to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease, that substance is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The term “drug” means articles intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in man or other animals according to 21 U.S.C. 321(g)(1)(B). State health agencies also have their own set of regulations overseeing the development, production, marketing and use of drugs.
The elements of the statute(s) that leads to control are the terms: “articles”, “intended”, “use” “diagnosis”, “cure”, “mitigation”, “treatment” “prevention”, and “disease.”
So if your intention is to use herbs or any other natural substance to provide nutrition or to heal, natural healers must state their intentions via jurat or affidavit and give public notice.
Disease versus Health, Healing and Wellbeing
Natural healers and herbalists are regulated only under “disease”, not “health”, “healing”, and “wellbeing” which are divine rights. So the key to freedom on all levels is to focus only on HEALTH, HEALING, and WELLBEING (physical, emotional, mental, etc.); and remember, “where thought goes, energy flows.”
Remove the word “disease” from your vocabulary and you have nothing but health and wellbeing.
Focusing on disease comes from a place of weakness, whereas focusing on health comes from a place of strength.
Ways to Focus on Health, Healing and Wellbeing
First, commit to a different way of thinking and living. Modern life makes it easy to fall victim to “disease.” Focusing on health, healing and wellbeing takes commitment.
Making a commitment is promising yourself that a better way of living and healing is possible. Here are some suggestions for how you can make the commitment to live a life of health, healing and wellbeing:
- Write down your commitment
- Promise yourself to follow through on what’s required to honor the commitment
- Make the commitment a priority
- Mentally prepare yourself for this new way of living. Change your thoughts from negative to positive.
- Visualize what the result looks like.
- Think in terms of “result” rather than accept what simply is.
- Take specific intentional action and follow through with the activities.
- Create an environment that promotes positive thinking and activity.
- Accept that inaction is not an option.
- Accept that things may happen to detract you from your chosen path. These are challenges, not barriers.
- Forgive yourself for going off the path, but recommit immediately to returning to the path.