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About Colon Whisperer

Board Certifed Doctor of Natural Medicine, National Board Certified Colon Hydrotherapist, Nutritionist, Master Herbalist, Certified Raw Food Chef and Quantum Reflex Analysis (QRA) certified health practitioner for 30 years.

French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup has been popular at least as far back as Roman times. Throughout history, French onion soup was seen as food for poor people, as onions were plentiful and easy to grow. The modern version of this soup originates in Paris, France in the 18th century, made from beef broth, and caramelized […]

Comfort Zones

Thrive in Hope

Thrive in Hope

January. A month most of us thrive in hope looking to the new year ahead.  The flip of a calendar and we automatically speak of resolutions involving weight loss, financial growth and other types of goal setting. Personally, I develop those plans all year long learning not to make promises my bottom […]

Most Dangerous Medicines on Earth

Most Dangerous Medicines on Earth  … are you taking any of these?

Most Dangerous Medicines on Earth  … are you taking any of these?
“It’s time to take your medicine, honey.” “But Mom, it’s making me feel weird and horrible, and I’m not getting any better.” “Well, it’s what the doctor prescribed, so it’s what we […]

God Will Save Me

I was reminded of this story recently. May we work tirelessly in study and believing to hear His still small voice and not miss God’s deliverance.

A terrible storm came into a town and local officials sent out an emergency warning that the riverbanks would soon overflow and flood the nearby homes. They ordered […]

Different Colored Eyes

July 12th is National Different Colored Eyes Day!  Being a certified iridologist, this surely is one of the more exciting days to explain how intricately beautiful the eyes are.
They say that the eyes are the windows to a person’s soul. Take a look into a person’s eyes and you can gaze deep into their […]

Pesky Mosquitos

Mosquitos have always loved to bite me to pieces so I loved and dreaded each summer growing up. They usually got me REALLY good on my toes, knuckles, elbow skin folds, you know…those crazy places that are so difficult to scratch. Then I’d draw blood from scratching so hard, so often. Mosquito bites caused […]

Poblano Peppers

These poblano peppers caught my eye at a recent Farmer’s Market. Organic and DEEEEE-lish!
Hope you enjoy.

A neat “pepper reference” website is : From Sweet to Heat

Stuffed poblano peppers are incredibly flavorful. They are pretty too: serve them as an appetizer, or as I did at a weekend party, as the main course with a […]

Missing the Signals

For 25 years I have traveled to Mexico for business and pleasure. Twice in those dozens of trips I did not drive my own vehicle, a backseat passenger. Once we were in a caravan and the leader abandoned us so we sat by the side of the road for over an hour as we […]

Dandelion ~ Liver Herb

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)
Part Used: Leaf & Root
Effective Forms: Tea, Tincture, Capsules
Spring brings warmer weather (hopefully) and rain, the intoxicating, wonderful smell of emerging plant growth, and of course those pesky weeds that invade our flowerbeds, gardens and lawns.

Dandelion, despite its peskiness, has a long history of use and is considered a great […]

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