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We thought we would give you a little bit of information about the two of us, and let your see we are more then just business people.  We do wish you to know our sincerity about who you are and that you are looking  for alternatives to your health and situation.
Here is some information about our backgrounds:
Caerlion Arthur

Caerlion has worked with many individuals from all walks of life, to help bring peace into each person's life, using a variety of therapeutic techniques including ie, Life Advisory, Reiki, Past Life Regression,Medical Intuitive, Grief Therapy to name a few..

She also works with those that are grieving to bring them to a better understanding and acceptance over their loss. And helps those that have had trauma in their lives, either from childhood or adulthood.   Each person has finished their work with Caerlion in a much better space and much more at peace.

She has spent a lot of time grooming her gifts, furthering her education to have more knowledge about the gifts she was given.

Keeping in mind the many people throughout the world that have needed her. She has had the pleasure of working with people around the world from South Africa to the US. over a 10 yr period, and is ready and willing to work with you, for the asking.

She has specialized in working with "Pain", either Physical and/or Spiritual .   When your spirit is in Dis-ease, the body takes on Disease. 

As an Aromatherapist, She has created a line of pain creams to help with the pain in the body, and also offers the different therapies to help with the spirit's Dis-ease and the physical pain that you may be experiencing from it.


Educational Training and Background

  • Doctorate in Healing
  • Meta-physician,
  • Grand Reiki Master -18
  • Sound Healer
  • Multidimensional Healer
  • Cell Memory Release
  • Master Light Weaver
  • Grief Counselor
  • Medical Intuitive
  • Certified in Quantum Hypnosis Technique
  • Ordained Minister
  • Spiritual Counselor 
  • Angel Facilitator
  • Aromatherapist
  • Life Advisor
  • Medium
  • Channeled Reader
  • Energy Reader
  • Intuitive Advisor
  • Communicator for Pets & Animal

Aromatherapy is a fascinating alternative medicine that involves the use of volatile plant materials, also known as essential oils that can be aromatically inhaled by patients with a wide variety of health conditions. It is often used to improve mood, change cognitive states, and can also be utilized as a supplemental medicine.

Aromatherapy has been around in some form for thousands of years, but it wasn’t well-known until the 11th century when steam distillation first made it possible to properly extract essential oils from plant materials. Since then, cultures around the world have utilized aromatherapy for a wide range of functions. Perhaps the most common countries to find aromatherapy being practiced would be in India, France, England, and the United States, although it can be found in dozens of other countries as well.

Caerlion makes the pain creams, and anointing oils in the store, as well as salves, and insect bite topicals.

Deirdre Arthur
Carol Cheatham (Deirdre)
While some people may dismiss herbal remedies as quackery, the use of botanical s is well rooted in medical practice. Ancient doctors methodically collected information about herbs and developed well-defined pharmacopoeias to treat a variety of ailments. More than a quarter of all drugs used today contain active ingredients derived from those same ancient plants.

It's estimated that nearly 80 percent of the world's population use herbs for some aspect of primary health care. In the United States, more than 1,500 botanicals are sold as dietary supplements; top-selling herbs include echinacea, garlic, goldenseal, ginseng, ginkgo, saw palmetto, aloe, ephedra, Siberian ginseng, and cranberry.

Clinical studies on a handful of herbs are underway, but to help you understand the benefits and risks, we've compiled a comprehensive guide to herbs, including potential uses, side effects, and precautions.
Herbal Masters

 Educational and Training background:


  • Doctorate in Healing
  • Masters in Education
  • BA in Heath and Physical Education
  • Masters Herbalist                               
Certifications:      

  • Hypnotherapy-American Hypnotherapy Institute
  • Divine Intervention facilitator
  • Etheric Web Weaving
  • Grid Repair
  • Cell Memory Release
  • Ordained Minister-Divine Intervention Church
  • Certified Quantum Healing Hypnosis Practitioner
  • Reiki Master Level-3
  • Reflexology
  • Acupressure

In no time you will learn how to use herbs to treat some common health conditions like allergies, indigestion, and even anxiety.

What in a term? Herbal, Homeopathic, and Holistic

Herbal remedies are those which, you guess it, are made from herbs. For example many of the herbal remedies for depression and anxiety contain St. John's wort whereas, many of those fatigue contain ginseng. Most contain 5 or less ingredients and have multiple advantages depending on what herbs are included, the preparation method, and the form of delivery.

The term homeopathy is often confused with herbal, and oftentimes you will see an alternative remedy described as herbal and homeopathic. That said, these two forms of natural medicine couldn't be more different.

Homeopathy is a system of medicine that uses many different types of ingredients found in nature in diluted form. The three principles that govern homeopathic medicine are the law of similars, the single medicine, and the minimum dose. According to the law of similars, "like cures like" which means that an illness can be treated by administering small doses of substances that produce effects similar to the disease or condition itself.

Homeopathic remedies can contain just a few ingredients or in some cases 20 or more. Oddly enough homeopathic remedies are considered to be safer than most herbal remedies and have been shown to be very effective in treating certain mental health disorders such as ADHD.

And finally that leaves us only with holistic medicine. Holistic medicine could be accurately described as a form of therapy whose goal is to treat the whole person, not just the part, or parts, in which the symptoms, or symptoms, occur. This type of medicine is the preferred choice for most naturopathic doctors and often includes a combination of diet, exercise, relaxation techniques, as well as other forms of complementary medicine, combined with herbal and/or homeopathic remedies.



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