Category: NAET


Help itchy skin, digestion and other immune problems

On October 30th at 4-5:30 pm, I will be sharing several important tips on how to prevent immune mediated diseases. We are not selling any products. This way we can concentrate on the knowledge you need to know to be preventative and proactive. I want to share photos and videos of my cases with you over the past twenty years.… Read more →


Blanca’s skin better!

For many months, Blanca’s skin allergies and secondary yeast infection (black colored) was treated with western medicine: Ketoconazole, antibiotics, steroids and Apoquell, but her immune system adapted until she became resistant. With single protein rotation, herbs to control the yeast, and only 5 NAET visits, we have discontinued treatments because she no longer needed them.     Here is what… Read more →

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Allergy Signs, Symptoms & Treatment (Case Study: JoJo)

JoJo is a seven year-old rescued Chesapeake Bay Retriever with a history of intermittent ear infections, itchy skin and diabetes insipidus which was cured when he was younger with herbs and acupuncture. He was very fearful when rescued and his people did a lot of training and socialization to help him. Since his kidneys were affected by fear and we… Read more →


Treating Chipper’s Severe Allergies

Chipper is a four year-old whose skin allergies were so bad, his people took turns holding him at night to prevent him from chewing sores especially between the legs and around the tail. He had no fleas. The regular vet prescribed antibiotics (which helped) and steroids (which made him crazy). Both these medications had poor long term side effects. With… Read more →


Treating Fonzie’s Stapholococcus Infection

This is Fonzie. He’s a hound dog with a stapholococcus infection. On his back there are little red circular patches with the hair missing. One round of antibiotics cleared it up but now it is back. We are using topical essential oils, Grapefruit seed extract twice a day, a raw diet and treating his underlying allergies with NAET. Check back… Read more →