Vera Kaur is from Sikh Indian origin. She was introduced to holistic healthcare from a young age and has always been aware of the body’s innate ability to self-heal. In her twenties Vera visited and lived in ashrams in India, where she observed the holistic healing techniques applied by the traditional energy healers, and has since been drawn to all forms of holistic health. Through meditation and dreams, Vera has the capacity to connect and communicate with the spirit world, from where she was guided to write this book. She feels that this was part of her life path, and wishes for everyone to be empowered with the knowledge of these ancient Indian self-healing therapies.
Try acupressure therapy for sciatica and back pain thrice every day. Doing the Back Mudra thrice a day helps strengthen the back. Make a pain relieving balm with organic ghee and cayenne pepper, and apply it on the affected areas. A hot ginger bath is good for joint pain. Taping crystals like smoky quartz to the affected areas gives pain relief. Drinking 8 to 12 glasses of cold, pressed juices like cherry juice is raw juice therapy for severe pain.
Modern day allergies and food intolerance can naturally be healed by Indian remedies. Acupressure relieves symptoms of allergy attacks, balances thyroid and adrenal glands, and calms immune system. Bhramara mudra calms an over-active nervous and immune system to prevent allergies. Sun salutation warms the body and activates the mind. Moon salutation cools the body and calms the mind. Nature's remedies detoxify the glands, prevent allergies, and decongest the digestive and respiratory system. Chakra-clearing exercise is also effective.
Take alternating hot and cold, mineral-rich, Himalayan pink rock salt sitz baths, preferably daily evening. Massage the lower abdomen, lower back, buttocks daily, with 2T of warm organic ghee and 5 drops of essential oil of choice to help improve pelvic circulation. Try herbal helpers like shatavari, ashwagandha, amalaki, black cumin and ajwain seeds.