Auricular acupuncture is the stimulation of acupuncture points on the external ear surface for the diagnosis and treatment of health conditions in other areas of the body. The ear holds a microsystem of the body, consistent with the brain of the body exist on the surface, or sensory cortex, of the brain. This same brain map is also projected onto different areas of the body, “Microsystems”, and in particular precision, onto the ear. Ear acupuncture has proven to be an efficient method of treating a wide variety of conditions, from headaches and allergies to addictions and pain disorders. Although acupuncture evolved in the context of Asian medicine, the specialty of ear acupuncture was developed in western Europe. The map on the ear is in form of an inverted fetus with all the fine details of the anatomical, physiological, and emotional body represented. The tissue of the ear is unique and has functions in addition to our sense of hearing. The ear is the first organ to develop to its full size and become fully functional about 18 weeks after conception and is one of a few anatomical structures composed of tissue from each of the 3 primary types (endo, ecto, mesoderm) in the developing embryo. This profound protocol is used to originally treat addictive behaviour conditions, yet has subsequently proven to aid in so much more conditions, from addiction to cancer. The detoxification process produced by this protocol is by far the most effective and fastest way to detox the body physically and emotionally. This treatment is in Andre's opinion imperative for pregnant women, a calm and detoxed mother makes for a calm and detoxed infant.Learn More
The Life Insight Centre does formal training for Auricular Acupuncture, ADS (Auricular Detoxification). This training is developed to assist students and give rise to serve others with the same or similar conditions. Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist Course – NADA Certified Become an approved Auricular Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist. The use of acupuncture to detoxify the human body. Acupuncture is used to treat emotional and psychological conditions. The process is done using auricular acupuncture. It’s the process of treating the human body through acupuncture on the ears. Auricular Acupuncture can be used to treat addiction, attention deficit disorder (ADD & ADHD), depression, bi-polar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and can even be used to help you quit smoking. Acudetox is just another word for acupuncture detoxification. It’s the most powerful and fastest way in the world to remove toxins from the human body. It’s also the fastest way to treat stress and anger problems. Life insight Centre is the first in bringing this skills training combined with professional training skills (life coaching) to South Africa. This course will teach you the five point NADA protocol with the theory and practical training to become an approved NADA Specialist. NADA 5-point Protocols are being used in many countries around the world: Austria Denmark Greece India Foundation South Africa Norway Japan Finland Germany Philippines Ireland Sweden Tunisia Bermuda Canada Chile Bhutan Columbia Guatemala Croatia Scotland Greenland Haiti USA Iran Singapore Italy Israel Russia Kenya Hungary Nepal Romania Peru Thailand Trinidad & Tobago Uzbekistan Ecuador United Kingdom Mexico Australia New Zealand Uganda You will be able to treat people with: • Anger • Addiction • ADD – ADHD • Bi-Polar • Stress – Depression • Smoking The Course fee is R8 500.00. This fee includes: • 30 hours of theoretical training • 40 hours of practical training • Training literature • A rubber practice ear for training purposes • 500 needles and alcohol swabs for your practical training • Posters for you to use as a start up
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A trained iridologist can recognize and identify patterns in nerve bundles known as trabeculae which are pervasive in the iris. These nerves display information relayed by the oculomotor nerve from various organs and systems in the body to give an indication of their state of health. When examining a patient’s eyes, an iridologist will generally look at: Iris colour Brightness (i.e. lightness or darkness) Placement and shape of the trabecular fibers Rings and other discolourations/shadings in the white part of eyes With this information in hand, an iridologist will compare these findings against a chart indicating potential health concerns which have triggered changes in the iris. They will also take measurements over time to track changes indicating the progression or regression of an ailment. So which conditions can iridology be used to detect? Let’s take a look at how the practice can be used to detect common ailments that may not otherwise present symptoms. Andre is a trained Iridologist. He uses this protocol to assess your wellbeing. Be sure to make a booking.
Cannabis refers to a group of three plants with psychoactive properties, known as Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. When the flowers of these plants are harvested and dried, you’re left with one of the most common drugs in the world. Some call it weed, some call it pot, and others call it marijuana. As weed becomes legal in more areas, names for it are evolving. Today, more and more people are using the term cannabis to refer to weed. Some argue that it’s a more accurate name. Others feel it’s more neutral compared with terms like weed or pot, which some people associate with its illegal use. Also, the term “marijuana” is falling out of favor due to its racist history. Cannabis is usually consumed for its relaxing and calming effects. In some U.S. states, it’s also prescribed to help with a range of medical conditions, including chronic pain, glaucoma, and poor appetite. Keep in mind that while cannabis comes from a plant and is considered natural, it can still have strong effects, both positive and negative. Cannabis is made up of more than 120 components, which are known as cannabinoids. Experts still aren’t sure what each cannabinoid does, but they have a pretty good understanding of two of them, known as cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Each has its own effects and uses: CBD. This is a psychoactive cannabinoid, yet it’s non-intoxicating and non-euphoric, meaning it won’t get you “high.” It’s often used to help reduce inflammation and pain. It may also ease nausea, migraine, seizures, and anxiety. (Epidiolex is the first and only prescription medication to contain CBD and be approved by the Food and Drug Administration, or FDA. This medication is used to treat certain kinds of epilepsy.) Researchers are still trying to fully understand the effectiveness of CBD’s medical use. THC. This is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis. THC is responsible for the “high” that most people associate with cannabis. Read more about the differences between THC and CBD. You can find cannabis products that contain just CBD, THC, or a combination of both. But the dried flower that most people associate with cannabis contains both cannabinoids, though certain strains may have much more of one than the other. Hemp has large quantities of CBD, but no THC. Borrowed content.