From Texas: I got into natural medicine because after almost 6 years of trying, I had 4 miscarriages (3 within a year) and NO help from doctors. They all told me everything about me was perfect and with each miscarriage they said well you look great, we'll wait and see what happens with the next one. I had a close friend who knew I wanted a baby more than anything told me about Connie. After 5 months with Connie I got pregnant and this one has been so wonderful! He is due in March and NO problems so far! Our girls have also benefited so much from Connie's help. Our oldest was sick with strep and stomach problems for months at a time and now we've been months without a problem. Our youngest had serious allergy problems and has benefited tremendously. My husband was on numerous medications and now takes none. I'm still VERY new to natural medicine and usually have more questions than knowledge. But I'm loving the path we've taken and am so glad we are cutting doctor visits down!
From another mom: I started our path of natural healing about 4 years ago. My son was in 5th grade. He had been diagnosed with ADHD since kdg. and we had started meds shortly after. The 4 meds he was on were no longer working for him so we were about to start the process of weaning him off of all the meds to try new ones for him since he was maxed out on the current ones. We had just had him tested for Aspergers and we were waiting on the results from that. I reconnected with a friend from High School and she told me about Connie and how she had helped her son. Perfect timing! I mean if I can give him supplements to help his behaviors and social issues while we were starting new meds, perhaps that would help curb things from getting out of control. (My way of thinking at the time) Well, he never started any new meds and we weaned him off the old ones at the rate his body needed to be done. Anyhow....here we are, wrapping up the 8th grade with my son. I sent Connie the update for him today since we don't talk as often as we used to. I opened his grade card this morning and his lowest grade is a B+ and he came home from school yesterday telling us he had gotten the lead in the school musical. This was the first year that I had gone into conferences and almost every teacher told me he was a joy to have. it does get better. There is no magic pill and it does not happen quickly. In fact, at the end of 6th grade and the beginning of 7th, Connie suggested I pull him out of school to give him a year to mature. That was what it was going to take. A YEAR. He begged us not to do that so we parented him through it. Well, here we are, and he is MED FREE for the 3rd year and also not taking any supplements daily. I continue to test him and "treat" as problems arise but for any of you that this is speaking to, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.