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Site:www.purenaturalhealing.com
Price: $39.95 (plus upsells)
Rating: stars4b

pure natural healing reviewEven though we live in a civilized age, with modern medicine, most people still suffer from a number of ailments. Some, like the common cold, are simply a nuisance. Others, like insomnia, can lead to more serious health problems. Modern medicine has treatment for many of these ailments, but some people prefer to find natural solutions if they possibly can. That’s where Pure Natural Healing comes in. This book and video course claims that they can show you how to fix or eliminate 24 different common health problems on your own.

That sounds promising, as health care is expensive, particularly in America. If one can treat such things as migraines or a backache at home, then the book might be worthwhile. Is Pure Natural Healing a scam?

Click here to visit the Pure Natural Healing Website.

Read on for the full Pure Natural Healing review.

Pure Natural Healing Overview

Pure Natural Healing is sold as a downloadable PDF ebook, which means that you can buy it and download it at any time of day. PDF books are also portable, so you can read them on just about any device, such as a laptop computer, a tablet or even a smartphone. The book also includes a couple of high-quality videos to help you with the Qi exercises taught in the book.

Also included with purchase is an ebook called Rapid Remedies, which is a 17 page book that deals exclusively with helping you eliminate headaches and back pain.

When you buy Pure Natural Healing, you’ll be offered three upsells, which we have not seen:

  • Holistic Oriental Health Program ($97)
  • Longevity Secrets ($47)
  • Wellness Collection ($47)

pure natural healing scamThe main Pure Natural Healing book is credited to Kevin Richardson and Master Lim. Lim is said to be an experienced practitioner of Chinese healing methods. The book itself is fairly substantial, and it comes in at some 165 pages. The book says that it will allow you to treat the following maladies and/or conditions yourself:

  • Migraine and headache
  • Eye strain
  • Sinus problems
  • Bad Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Common cold
  • Asthma
  • Bloating and indigestion
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Skin conditions
  • Neck tension
  • Shoulder tension
  • Backache
  • Joint condition
  • Knee pain
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Insomnia
  • High blood pressure
  • Low blood pressure
  • Palpitation
  • Anxiety
  • Depression

That’s quite a list, and it’s also quite a diverse list, as bad breath and backache seem to have little in common. So what is the Pure Natural Healing all about? It’s a bit of an offshoot of acupuncture, where needles are inserted into the body at specific points. There are no needles with the Pure Natural Healing system, as it’s all done using acupressure instead. Acupressure is the practice of applying specific pressure to certain points on the body, known as meridian points, and the practice of doing this is known as “meridian therapy.”

The Pure Natural Healing book says that you’ll learn about somewhere between 30 and 40 meridian points, and by learning which ones to use for which ailments, you’ll be able to apply these techniques to many other ailments you might encounter.

pure natural healing headacheThe premise of the concept is that we all have Qi (pronounced “chee”) which is the energy that flows through our bodies as we live. When something goes wrong, such as when you encounter a cold or have a backache, the Pure Natural Healing book says that these things can be caused by blockage in specific parts of your body. These blockages can prevent the Qi from flowing properly and the result, be it a cold, or indigestion, or whatever, is a symptom of your blocked Qi.

The exercises taught in the book show you how to apply pressure to specific areas of the body for each of the 24 ailments discussed. Each section describes the ailments and their causes, and then explains how to apply the pressure. The directions for each are quite specific, and each of the sections includes good color photographs that show you exactly what to do and how to do it.

It’s worth noting that the book does mention the acknowledged causes of some of these problems. For the common cold, to give an example, Pure Natural Healing mentions that the cause is a virus, but that the symptoms can be reduced or eliminated by using meridian therapy.

In addition to these portions of the book addressing specific problems, there is also a chapter (and accompanying video) on an exercise that Pure Natural Healing calls “Qi-Flexercising.” This is a general purpose exercise that is designed to “build up the body’s constitution.” In short, it’s a good exercise to help you get in better shape.

Pure Natural Healing also mentions the importance of drinking lots of water, eating a sound, healthy diet, and getting the right amount of sleep. The section on sleep also points out that how much sleep you get is important, but so is the time of day when you get that sleep.

The book does mention that you should see a doctor if you believe you have a serious illness or health condition. This cannot be stressed enough. There are several disclaimers that remind the reader that the contents of Pure Natural Healing should not be regarded as medical advice.

Pros and Cons of Pure Natural Healing

Pros

  • Thorough, professionally-written book
  • Detailed treatment suggestions for each ailment
  • Numerous photos make following the instructions clear
  • Professionally shot videos

Cons

  • Several expensive upsells

Pure Natural Healing Summary

delicious detox - thumbs upIs Pure Natural Healing a scam? No, it’s a well-written book that many readers may find to be both helpful and informative. It remains to be seen whether the techniques presented in Pure Natural Healing can cure the common cold, but the recommendations for a proper diet and sufficient sleep are certainly sound, and it doesn’t appear that any of the techniques in the book will actually cause anyone any harm. Again, if you think you have a serious condition, you should discuss it with your doctor before trying the methods in Pure Natural Healing in order to obtain a cure.

Otherwise, I found Pure Natural Healing to be a a fascinating read.

Pure Natural Healing is recommended.

Rating: stars4b

Click here to visit the Pure Natural Healing Website.

 

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