How to Join Holistic Healers Private Network

  • How to Join Holistic Healers Private Network

    Posted by flccc-eric on February 8, 2024 at 6:39 pm EST

    Thank you for your interest in the Holistic Healers’ Network! The purpose of this forum is to provide an opportunity for holistic practitioners, doctors, herbalists, chiropractors, etc. who are in clinical practice to network with others to share treatment protocols and clinical pearls.

    1. How did you hear about this forum?

    2. What is your interest and/or purpose in joining this group?

    3. What is your background related to holistic health?

    We want to help grow a Holistic Healers network in an open and public way, as you can see with this primary group.

    However, there may be topics or discussions that are more sensitive and are better served in a private setting.

    The organizers of this network will be providing that criteria soon. When you request to join the private subgroup, you can respond to their criteria and how you may qualify. The organizers will then determine which requests qualify and can approve them.

    You may also reply to this thread, introducing yourself. The organizer may vet out members here and send invites into the private group.

    This is our first test of the custom private group system, so please bear with any awkwardness or inconveniences.

    d.ehling replied 6 days, 19 hours ago 16 Members · 25 Replies
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  • loyo

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    February 12, 2024 at 6:30 am EST
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    Hello! I am a nurse in Illinois. I work in surgery as a circulator and I am the facilitator for pediatric general surgery services. I am a Christian. I am unsure of how I can be useful, but am here to learn and serve in any way I can.

    • valtheherbalist

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      March 25, 2024 at 3:14 pm EDT
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      Welcome to the group Ioyo!

  • theornerynurse

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    February 20, 2024 at 3:45 pm EST
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    Glad to have finally joined this forum/group.

    I have been working in healthcare for over 20 years (first as a Firefighter/EMT and then as Registered Nurse in Emergency/Urgent Care, Behavioral Health and College Health). I lost my job in 2021 because of mandates, but was finally able to find work as an occupational health nurse (experimental injections not required, thank goodness).

    I enjoy empowering patients to take charge of their own health and improve it with natural foods, functional movement and a better work/life balance.

    I see many who have recently developed significant medical problems (some to the point of disability) and would greatly benefit from the expertise of other nurses and doctors. New England is tough because we are so controlled by the big hospital systems and, by extension, Big Pharma, and the patients I see often get the run around from insurance/government controlled providers. Paying out of pocket is difficult for them because they already pay a fortune for insurance.

    I can always use guidance from more experienced colleagues!

    Sincerely,

    Kate, RN

    New Hampshire

    • valtheherbalist

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      March 25, 2024 at 3:17 pm EDT
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      Welcome Kate, you are definitely a hero for what you have been through. I am so glad you have found meaningful work. I will be interested in hearing about your experiences with clients, including the vaccine injured.

  • lrae67

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    February 20, 2024 at 11:12 pm EST
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    I found this group from listening to FLCCC’s weekly webinars. I am an herbalist that became a mast cell educator and consultant about a decade ago. After my own experience with it. My practice was hit hard by the pandemic, especially 2021 forward as people came to me having MCAS. (Mast Cell Affective Syndrome). My hands were tied in many ways, being able to mostly educate and treat with herbs. I was very grateful as FLCCC came on the scene as the 18 hour days were difficult and like putting a finger in the dike with everyone that was needing help. I’ve currently stepped away from consulting and am exclusively educating on mast cell now. I joined here in case my extensive mast cell knowledge can be helpful in some way.

    • valtheherbalist

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      March 25, 2024 at 3:22 pm EDT
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      Welcome, I am so glad you joined the group, Irae! MCAS is hard and complicated to work with. I am very interested in any clinical pearls you have to offer. I am an herbal clinician as well and one thing i use that is controversial, but very helpful, is drop doses of fermented vegetable juices. I slowly titrate the doses up, removing them if there is a flare. I also treat, inoculate and seal the gut.

      • pnursepeters

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        May 15, 2024 at 9:13 pm EDT
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        Hi Valtheherbalist, I am also in Illinois. Am very interested in finding out more about how you became herbalist. I am in RN, volunteer parish nurse interested in learning more about herbs but not sure which resources are best. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

  • Mlee

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    March 2, 2024 at 12:59 am EST
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    Thank you for providing this Forum. I have been following FLCCC for several years. I became registered as a nurse in 1976 and have since worked in both Complementary health (own part time practice 1985 – 2000) and community based nursing including remote Aboriginal Child Health and Life Coaching. I was about to start training in a new part time role assessing people in nursing homes early 2021 but due to producing a medical exemption to the Vax was informed that they took that (my medical exemption) as my resignation.

    I care for my 94 year old mother (dementia) but I am interested in online or casual small group work. I am 65 years young and considering not renewing my nursing license this year. Although the Nurses Board no longer requires the jab all positions I have seen do. I have considered doing formal training in FLCCC protocols and would like to be able to offer help to people in Australia. My main interests are now in subtle energy therapies and I am currently studying BioGeometry.

    Personally, I have the sense that I am suffering an itchy skin rash due to shedding by a vaxed person who stayed in our house for three weeks (left 19th Feb). My mother has the same symptoms (rash worse on back). Nothing else has changed in our lifestyle, food, environment etc. Last September we both suffered neurologic symptoms after a different person stayed for 3 weeks. Neither of us have been vaxed or as far as we know had Covid.

    I have a web site (NaturesheartIntentions) where I wrote about Covid in 2020 to 2022 and I am thinking of writing again as so much more comes to be known.

    Photos – My rash (best selfie I could do) on back today – 2nd March and mother’s rash Monday 26th Feb – I think mine started a day after hers.

    • pojeda

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      March 18, 2024 at 12:46 am EDT
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      I see these pictures are two weeks old. Have symptoms resolved yet? My first thought is bed bugs since you mentioned having house guests and bites can be anywhere. Google can definitely be a help if you are still dealing with this. I am now itching in sympathy.

      • Mlee

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        March 18, 2024 at 8:48 am EDT
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        Hi. Thank you for your reply.

        Yes, we still both have the rashes, mainly back and upper legs on us both, and chest for my mother. I have used a lot of steroid cream on my mother which soothes it for her. She says she is aware of her itchy back but not needing to scratch i.e. aware if I ask her, but her chest was itchy today. My itching (including lower legs due to swollen legs from venous insufficiency – varicose veins) was intense yesterday to the point that I used steroid cream. I have been avoiding it partly due to my preference for natural products, but also as an informal case study compared to my mother.

        I used vet-purposed topical Ivermectin on my back on the second day of it. It stung – had alcohol in it but I did not notice any improvement. Interestingly a 2022 study looking at bed bugs in poultry concluded that the newer drug was better (As usual doubt on validity of studies- I wonder what conflicts of interest etc, maybe not??). “Researchers tested fluralaner and ivermectin, which are used to kill fleas and ticks on household pets like dogs and cats, among other uses, in the context of controlling resurgent bed bug populations on poultry farms…. Both drugs showed powerful efficacy on the lab bench, killing most bugs, although fluralaner performed much more effectively on bugs that showed resistance to common insecticides.

        “The drugs affect receptors in the insect’s nervous system,” says Coby Schal, professor of entomology at North Carolina State University and corresponding author of the paper in the journal Parasites & Vectors.

        Fluralener was highly effective at killing bed bugs that fed on chickens dosed with the drug. ivermectin, meanwhile, was ineffective against bed bugs that fed on dosed chickens.

        “We used the recommended dosage of ivermectin, either in a topical form or ingested, but neither was able to kill bed bugs,” says first author Maria González-Morales, a former PhD student at NC State.” https://www.futurity.org/bed-bugs-poultry-farms-chickens-2836892/

        I did look for bugs previously and again today but could not find anything. (I used to be a school nurse plus a community nurse where scabies and head lice were rampant so familiar with signs). I even wondered if I was developing psychogenic itching when I could feel things crawling on my skin but nothing was there. However, reports say this can be a sign of neuropathic itch (shingles is neuropathic).

        I have checked two chooks and they are clear but a weird thing happened a few days ago. I had picked up a piece of timber in the pen and a few minutes looked down to see over 20 mite like organisms crawling on my hand. It was like the Alien coming out of my skin 😂. They were tiny – maybe 2mm, not the 5 or 6mm of bed or poultry bugs. And then today, whilst sitting at my computer , at least half an hour since I had been in the chook pen for a short time, a saw one on my hand. I don’t know why I didn’t try to capture it to examine it, and now wonder if it even happened. Anyway, if topical Ivermectin can kill bed bugs when applied to the skin, I have applied it.

        Maybe I will write it up as a case study.

        • pojeda

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          March 19, 2024 at 12:56 am EDT
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          So, the mites may be your answer. I know there are some that like the chicken’s feet and I believe different ones that prefer under the feathers. Good luck in your investigations.

  • fainz

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    March 2, 2024 at 12:51 pm EST
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    Love your website! You’re the kind of practitioner I’d love to have. Best of luck on your journey. One day these jab mandates will go away. The best we can do now is to reach out to the community with which we most closely identify and hold our beliefs and actions dear.

  • [email protected]

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    March 9, 2024 at 2:40 pm EST
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    Very happy to be here with you all. I’m from Texas, learned about the forum from the member website, and have been a part of the FLCCC group since its inception. Learned so much and am thankful for having a tribe I can journey with during these crazy times.


    My primary interest and purpose is to glean clinical pearls from other healers. Currently, I am working with many that have vaxx injuries and I want to really refine my skills so I can help the many that come to me. I have been in the healing world professionally for almost 30 years. I run a private practice where I see the young through the old for various reasons. I am degreed and licensed as an RN, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Board Cert. Faith-Based Therapist, Pastor, Life Coach, & Wellness Coach.

    I am trying to connect with another clinician that could guide me in protocol to help a mother who just gave birth 3 months ago. She was not vaxxed but unfortunately, they had to do a revision on her episiotomy, and she lost so much blood that the surgeon chose to give her a blood transfusion. Her odd neurological symptoms started showing up after this transfusion and every doctor she goes to tells her it’s just post-partum symptoms. I suspect the blood she was transfused with was contaminated with the vaxx and sadly she now how stuff floating around in her body causing vaxx injury like symptoms. She is also nursing her baby and I am concerned that her newborn will also start having issues. Please can someone direct me to where I can connect and talk with other clinicians to get support while helping her? Thank you so much.

    • Mlee

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      March 12, 2024 at 3:02 am EDT
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      Hi Rhonda. I agree, it would be great to be able to access case studies etc to help people like your client.

      I have just finished the Foundation training for BioGeometry and one of the other students uses Blood microscopy (I think what was called Dark field microscopy- assuming the same from what she said). She is picking up abnormalities and then using Biogeometry corrections with good results. All non invasive, subtle energy corrections. I am not sure where she is in the USA but my thoughts are that anyone using DF microscopy should be able to detect if there is anything in the blood (beyond what normal labs would test for other than if there are large clots). It was always considered very fringe when I looked at it decades ago but I found this research article slightly related. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9775988/ and this one discussing apheresis https://www.nature.com/articles/s41380-023-02084-1.

      I am thinking of searching for a practitioner of this myself. I am sure it has come a long way from when I looked at it in the 1990’s or early 2000.

    • valtheherbalist

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      March 26, 2024 at 8:40 pm EDT
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      Rhonda, do you have her on a protocol to break down spike proteins and to dissolve microclots and reduce inflammation? There are multiple choices to address these three areas, but a very good start would be Megaspore probiotic (the most viable probiotic and the one that most functional practitioners use) + turmeric capsules, 1-2 caps, 2 x a day with food or slippery elm gruel is also quite antiinflammatory as well + Bromelain – 500 mg caps + 2000 FU Nattokinase, both 2 x per day and both on an empty stomach would be a great start.

  • pojeda

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    March 18, 2024 at 1:32 am EDT
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    Hello, I have been an inpatient RN for 20 years. I used to believe everything. My last and second flu shot was 2006. I thought it was silly to be giving them to everyone, but I was bribed with a coffee cup full of Hershey kisses if I took it. I was sick enough a few days later to call out sick. When my autistic spectrum daughter was offered the HPV vax forcefully at every visit; I started to become a sceptic. The NP said, “The FDA says it’s safe” when I asked her if she had heard about all the girls fainting after injection. Then I took care of two older women with documented vaccine injuries in the same week and I became a conspiracy believer. My medsurg floor became the covid floor. My husband had a friend who was a holistic dentist who shared FLCCC info with him. I printed the treatment guidelines and used myfreedom app to get my 86 yr old mom Rx to have on hand. After I had to send a young man to step down, I spoke to one of our ID docs about the protocol and he said family had to request. He also rambled on about more studies, blah, blah. Pt was in our hospital for about 4 weeks before dying. I can’t even go into all my thoughts about that. I had three other of my patients who died on the floor. One was a DNR. He was looking good when I left after giving him tylenol and was on Bi-pap the next day. He died when I was on lunch. Two other over-50 men died of cardiac arrest after continually removing their oxygen. We all had/have some PTSD with our 10-14 patient days and seeing what was in our morgue.

    I had gifted myself with a functional medicine Dr appointment for my 50th birthday. He is the one who wrote my medical exemptions which were approved when that became a requirement. I decided to enroll in the School for Applied Functional Medicine. I am about to complete level 2 and then there will be level 3. What an education. These last two weeks I have been educating patients and co-workers about the need for CoQ10, especially if they are on a statin! What a racket that is going on with pharma and allopathic medicine. It’s almost like they are purposefully trying to disable us. No surprise to most of us now, right? And hormones? It’s so puzzling that I had to educate and fight my OB/Gyn to give me safer non-oral estrogen and prometrium. She fired me after I told her I was also consulting with a FMD. I have had the opportunity to do stool testing, then got my husband and mom to do GI map out of pocket. I got them both through step one of tx for their different issues and have much more to do. It was news to me that most of us can order our own labs! My growing thyroid nodules shrunk after starting selenium and removing some foods I tested high in with a KBMO test. I have helped so many constipated people and a few with RLS with some Mg suggestions. It is awesome to actually start to fix something at the root instead of just adding another med with their own side effects! When I complete this training I may do online consulting. It would be great if my employer would use me as a nurse coach-following up people with chronic conditions. I feel like I have a target on my back, but every once in a while, I wonder about the possibility of creating my own position. It is such a wonderful feeling when someone gets safe relief from a problem that is greatly impacting their life.

    • valtheherbalist

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      March 26, 2024 at 8:50 pm EDT
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      Welcome Pojeda! Functional medicine is a tremendously fulfilling field. There is a huge need for good-hearted health practitioners who are able to drop their egos, and have a real desire to assist their clients with injuries caused by over-medication and over-treatment by returning to the healing path of the the Nature Way, as it was intended. 🍎

    • jomonnp

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      I cant love your post enough! I relate to so many things you’ve spoken on. I worked for a large trauma center here in Kentucky on the cardiac progressive unit prior to 2020. I heard from fellow nurses on that floor that after the rollout of the jab, they had seen a steep increase of 20 something year olds admitted for cardiomyopathy.

      I am so excited to be progressing my knowledge toward functional medicine. Hopefully I will take the full leap sooner than later and do a program and be able to fullly integrate it into my practice. Everything you talked about is so interesting!

      Thanks,

      NP from Ky 🙂

  • Reesa Mustafa

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    March 26, 2024 at 4:41 pm EDT
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    Hello Everyone,

    I didn’t realize that the FLCCC had these groups available until now! I am a Holistic Practitioner located not too far from Toronto. I am a Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner & Herbalist. I work mainly online with clients due to the fact that things changed a lot during the lockdowns. Like many others, it wasn’t an easy time during the lockdowns and years that followed once the jabs & boosts were released. I also provide Live Blood Analysis services for the clients that I meet in person and it’s quite interesting and emotional to see this process with a client.

    • valtheherbalist

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      March 26, 2024 at 8:45 pm EDT
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      Hello and welcome to the group! I am a clinical herbalist as well, practicing out of my herbal pharmacy and lab in Colorado Springs. It is great to have you in the group! 🙌🏽

  • Susan Vonk

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    March 28, 2024 at 3:42 pm EDT
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    I am a Family NP that has been following Dr. Paul Marik’s protocols before there was FLCCC, then became a regular supporter and follower of FLCCC protocols. I am in Maryland, and have my own practice, so had the freedom to make my own decisions, though I would say, it was terrifying at times to be arguing with pharmacists, getting letters from the AMA telling me the dangers of ivermectin, and from the US Customs department telling me I was breaking the law to order ivermectin from overseas. I have treated about 400 patients for covid since early 2020, and kept them out of the hospital. (During the Delta wave I lost 3 that came to me very late and critically ill). I got really burnt out, and am now semi-retired, and completely disillusioned by our medical system. I myself am vaccine injured, and being followed by the Leading Edge clinic, Scott Marsland. I have the distinction of being in the 25K club, with continuing high levels of spike antibodies. My search for health has led me to naturopathy, and at 67 yo I don’t know how long I will be practicing, but am hoping to join this forum as a venue to listen, learn, and grow as a provider.

  • dr-z

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    May 10, 2024 at 9:59 pm EDT
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    Good evening. I am a family medicine physician with an interest and certification and functional medicine. I am always trying to learn more about natural treatments that I can recommend to my patients. I’m here to learn and grow professionally.

  • jomonnp

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    May 15, 2024 at 2:32 pm EDT
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    Hello!

    I am a newer FNP, Nurse of 16 years, and have been in healthcare overall for close to 30 years. I’d like to start off by saying that if I hadnt been blessed with accepted exemptions I was prepared to leave the field and the graduate program behind to preserve my ethical standards for myself and others. I realized very quickly that the system and culture I have dedicated over half of my life to is not what it used to be, or at least not what my naive mind always thought it was. Fortunately, that didnt have to be the case and I have started to educate myself, little by little, in terms of natural approaches to health and wellness, over the past 5 years. I am fueled by seeing more and more people questioning, researching, and banding together to share knowledge for the benefit of others. I have been following FLCCC and discreetly sharing their recommendations since their inception and am extremely thankful for their courage and dedication.

    I am opening my own wellness practice this year and hope to add functional medicine when I get settled in. It can be overwhelming at times but I love the process and the thought of helping my patients autonomously in ways that are not money-driven by bandaid (domino effect) treatments. I am excited to see a community of professionals to navigate things with and learn from.

  • drlora

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    May 15, 2024 at 8:32 pm EDT
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    Hello, my name is Dr. Lora Chamberlain from Chicago. I am an Osteopathic Family Practitioner who has been following the FLCCC from its inception – I have treated many COVID patients with their protocols. I am an herbalist, a Reiki practitioner, and interested in many various forms of alternative health. May I join this group? My email is [email protected] – please let me know what is required to join – thanks!

    1. How did you hear about this forum? Via FLCCC

    2. What is your interest and/or purpose in joining this group? To discuss various types of alternative health treatments and modalities.

    3. What is your background related to holistic health? See above.

  • d.ehling

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    May 22, 2024 at 9:00 pm EDT
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    Hi, I’ve been meaning to check out the forum but, after tonight’s Wednesday webinar, finally took a peak. I wasn’t aware that there was holistic healer network. I’ve been a licensed acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist and functional medicine practitioner & lecturer for 35 years. Looking forward to some meaningful exchanges here.

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