Why can not you prove alternative healings?
Nothing in this article is intended to replace the advice of licensed medical workers.
The fact may be that you have not heard of the scientific confirmation does not mean that such does not exist. The fact that you do not know proves only that you do not know.
For example at the University of Arizona Dr. Gary E. R. Schwartz and Dr. Linda G. S. Russell are directors of the Human Energy Systems Labratory. That laboratory did research on Dr. Eric Pearl’s style of reconnective healing.
Even though several in the research panel were prejudiced to the negative about frequency healing and vowed to disprove it, the scientific naysayers of the group ended with the conclusion that they could not say what was going on, but they had to admit positive results came from it. They even found that after treatment there were curious changes in the DNA, Dr. Pearl told me. He has a book on the technical findings of the scientific research.
The news media gets revenue from pharmaceutical company advertising. They have a financial interest in not reporting the research in to alternatives.
For example there were double blind scientific studies that proved that red rice yeast lowers cholesterol better than the statin drugs. The findings were so scientifically clear that the FDA tried to take that yeast off the market (after a 5000 year history of being safe). They wanted to make it prescription only.
The federal court had to prohibit them from doing such. As a result you can still by red rice yeast over the counter.
Let us see. That yeast was scientifically proven safe and effective, more effective than pharmaceuticals which have a long list of dangerous side effects. But the safer and more effective treatment was targeted.
Does that sound like it is news worthy? Especially in the touted epidemic of high cholesterol in this country?
The major media were silent. They continued to receive advertising revenue from the drug companies. That area of their business is in the millions of dollars. They did not question the science. How could they? They were just silent.
Similar silence was noted in N. B. Anderson Cancer Center’s use of the herb turmeric as an add on to their skin cancer treatment protocols. It with two other herbs relieves inflammation, a factor in sun related cancers.
The fact that you do not know of the scientific verification of some alternatives does not mean that that research has not already been done.
The original question here assumes that some alternative protocols have not been scientifically proven.
And it should be noted that just because something has not yet been proven to work does not mean that it does not work. Reconnective healing, turmeric, and red rice yeast worked before it was proven. These are just three examples.
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[Nothing in this article is intended to replace the advice of licensed medical workers.]