My name is Candy. Welcome to the introduction on how I became a Detoxification Specialist/Health Counselor.
I was raised on the typical standard American diet. Both grandfathers passed away before I was born, one from heart issues, the other from kidney issues. One grandmother died when I was about 8 years-old from brain “cancer” and the other died when I was 18 from pancreatic “cancer”.
We were outdoorsy kids, following my dad around his various farms, running, ripping and romping. The kind of childhood we wish for our children of today’s times.
As a very young girl, I was a bedwetter and would often wet my pants during the day playing outside and just couldn’t make it to the bathroom in time. Next came severe seasonal allergies, which was apparent by the reaction I would have when my father would bail hay. Tonsils came out in 5th grade, then pretty ugly cystic acne when I was in high-school.
Several different antibiotics were taken for the acne and then the final drug I took was Accutane. Thinking about my level of unconsciousness at that time, that even though each individual covering over where the capsule would pop out, was an image of a pregnant woman with a circle and a line drawn through her. As in ‘X’ No Pregnancies ALLOWED, MUST NOT GET PREGNANT! The Dr. stressed to me that if I was to get pregnant, termination would be required because of the strong possibility of birth defects. I took it anyway, and not only one round, it was one and at least 1/2 of another round.
When I got to college, the area that interested me the most was the Allied Health Department. After hearing a description of Occupational Therapy at a recruiting meeting, that sounded like something I could do. After following the prerequisites to enter into UAB’s OT program, I came back to Nashville and worked that summer at a restaurant. I had bad enough pelvic pain one night to call my dad and have him take me to the emergency room.
An Ultrasound was ordered, I had the scan and it struck a big interest in me. UAB and I had corresponded and I was actually lacking one Psychology credit. The closest school offering Diagnostic Medical Sonography was in Western Kentucky, and I needed a Physics credit to be accepted. Off to MTSU I went for the summer to pick up the Physics and then Ultrasound school followed. That was 23 years ago and what a trip it’s been.
It was a rash on my hand in mid-March, 2015 that led me to determined research and watching countless hours of videos. Watching this rash develop into 11 areas over 9 days, had me knowing deep down that it was something my body was trying to tell me.
Finding Dr. Robert Morse on YouTube was life-changing as I heard him describe the body in such a simple, exact way. Hearing “the treatment of a condition never reveals a cure” resonated to the core as the experience I had in the medical field solidified such an eye-opening statement. Watching my body react to acids and bad polysaccharides is what put me on the path of Detoxification, as that is the Golden Key to Wellville.
Iridology is something I fell in love with straight away. I’ve watched my eyes change and excited to watch them continue to change as I clean my body.
Forever grateful, forever learning, forever cleansing. It is a process, and a fun, cool one for sure!
Keeping it true.
Keeping it real.
Keeping it natural.
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