Celebrating Veteran’s Day

When you join the military you sign over (temporarily) your body and your life.

You become dedicated to a cause bigger than yourself. While that is patriotic and noble, this gift has somehow been very downplayed in recent years.

Our government has allowed our servicemen and women to be exposed to things they never should have been exposed to and then pretty well turned their backs on the results down the road.

The mental and physical health of many of our vets are in trouble.

A thank you for your service or happy veterans’ day is a nice wish but try to really realize how much many gave up and continue to sacrifice so you can have what you have in your life.

Freedom isn’t free. It never was and never will be.

“Happy” Veterans Day… 🇺🇸

Gulf War Syndrome. Is there any relief?

I have been writing in the field of natural health and medicine for 20 years now. Though I am a great detective this one has me stumped and in figuring out a way to either heal or at minimum, lessen symptoms related to Veterans and Gulf War Syndrome, I have a personal stake.

I am asking my readers for help this time.
If you have a loved one dealing with this horrible grouping of symptoms related to service and exposure to Sarin gas and potentially other toxins they came in contact with, would you please message me if you have found ways to help?

My husband is a Navy Vet. He is having symptoms so severe they are becoming a problem with daily life…


He cant sleep (severe insomnia)

Massive night sweats (literally soaking the sheets, his clothes, and even through a mattress protector)

Headaches

Aching joints

Declining mental state

Mood swings

Inability to focus or think clearly

and the list goes on.

We only recently figured out what this was and while that is a good first step, we are floundering for what comes next having seemingly tried everything natural and pharmaceutical.

If you are out there – please help.

Sincerely,
Sarah