Hashimoto's Healing Series | Genius Insight | Ariel PolicanoRegular price $297.00 Sale price $147.00 Save $150.00
Hashimoto's disease is an autoimmune disorder that can cause hypothyroidism or underactive thyroid. With this disease, your immune system attacks your thyroid. The thyroid becomes damaged because you can't make enough thyroid hormone.
This series of libraries goes through a program to harmonize the stress disturbances which could contribute to Hashimoto's.
Hashimoto's Session 1: Reduce Inflammation and Heal Digestion - The first step to healing an autoimmune condition is to heal the digestive system and any inflammation that could be created as a result of poor digestion. This library can be run stand-alone on Quick Balance as part of an initial session. It includes frequencies for herbs such as althea, boswellia, bromelain, sangre de grado, turmeric, lycium and more. Includes Rife frequencies for healing the digestive system (727 Hz and more) and for reducing intestinal inflammation (105 Hz and 880 Hz).
Hashimoto's Session 2: Detoxification Heavy Metal Hormones Allergens - Heavy metals such as mercury can create an autoimmune response. Includes frequencies to maximize the energetics of the liver including glutathione, dandelion, cilantro, milk thistle, activated charcoal and bentonite clay.
Hashimoto's Session 3: Natural Remedies and Frequencies - Frequencies of natural remedies to balance and clear autoimmunity. Includes andrographis, bilberry, cumanda, glutamine, glutathione, licorice, mangosteen, samento, turmeric, noni, phosphatidyl choline, phosphatidylserine, trimethylglycine and more.
Hashimoto's Session 4: Tonify Immune System and Clear Infection Stress Disturbance - Frequencies including "cytokines optimized", "immune system balanced", "immune system stabilization 10,000 Hz", Mycoplasma completely clear effects and cellular memory, white blood cells energetic, Inosine production stimulate (2642 Hz), lymphatic vessels, optimize ATP 9.6 Hz.
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