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There is so much controversy in the news these days about cannabis. But raw cannabis is something you don’t hear mentioned very often. But it’s one of the most powerful and easy to administer substances that can bring true healing to a wide variety of conditions and diseases.
We all know that taking personal responsibility for your own issues and moving toward healing from the pain can be a hard thing to do. None of us come by that kind of courage naturally because the pain and fear hold us back. Normal is often more comfortable than the difficult path toward healing. But my guest today has a story that is a wonderful example of what can happen when you do take personal responsibility for your healing and walk the path to get there. I want you to meet Frank Ferrante, an inspirational author and speaker, on this episode of Vidal Speaks.
Dr. Reese Halter's passion for the environment is lifelong. He is a powerful voice for bees, trees, and seas and saving nature now. Dr. Halter is a distinguished biologist, an award-winning broadcaster and writer. His latest book is Shepherding the Seas: The Race to Save Our Oceans.
I’m so excited for you to hear what my guest, Dr. Reese Halter has to say today. He’s known as The Earth Doctor and in this conversation, we focus on the unbelievable amount of pollution that’s been done to our oceans and the devastating impact it’s having on life all over the globe, including human life.
Personal transformation is not an easy thing to achieve and today’s guest shares the difficult path she had to walk to experience it herself. Rachel Adams was a successful Real Estate agent by all accounts, but her inner world was not in harmony with the persona she was putting on for others. Be sure to listen so you can hear what sparked the changes in Rachel that have transformed her.
What have you heard about breast thermography? Probably not enough. It’s one of the things I’m most excited about when it comes to the prevention of the terrible disease of breast cancer simply because it enables you to diagnose a potential problem years before other methods will be able to detect an issue, and by then it could already be too late.