JTG #21 Intuitive Medicine To Heal Your Skin With Muneeza Ahmed

This is part 2 of my conversation with Muneeza Ahmed. Click here to listen to part 1.

Muneeza is a medical intuitive who helps people with chronic and mystery illness. She uses the healing principles and protocols from the Medical Medium Anthony William to help people heal. Muneeza studied with several pioneers in the field of holistic healing such as Susun Weed (Herbalism), David Wolfe (Raw Food Nutrition) and Dr. Bradley Nelson (Emotion and Body Code). She’s also a certified Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and Columbia University.

 

Q&A portion of the interview

Question #1
“I’ve been drinking celery juice for 12 months and been doing the protocol for 9, why am I still breaking out?” (Dermatitis and acne)

Question #2
“What can I get rid of brain fog besides drinking celery juice?”

Question #3
“Is there a test for strep?”

Question #4
“Will a test give me definitive answers?”

If you’ve enjoyed this episode of the Journey To Glow podcast you will love episode #16  with Jacqueline Gibbs called Healing Acne With The Medical Medium Protocol.

Links & Resources

1. Muneeza’s website muneezaahmed.com

2. Connect with Muneeza on Instagram instagram.com/muneeza_medical_intuitive

3. Connect with Muneeza on Facebook facebook.com/Health.With.Muneeza

Why I Choose doTERRA Essential Oils

I’ve always been attracted to the plant kingdom to treat and heal ailments. But I never really knew how to incorporate plant power in my daily life — until I came across essential oils.

Lavender for a rejuvenating sleep, Peppermint to soothe a migraine or for a mid-afternoon boost of energy, DigestZen for an upset tummy, Wild Orange to disperse feelings of sadness, Deep Blue to ease tightness in the shoulders,  Copaiba to quiet the thought-storm that creates anxiety, overwhelm and stress.

Essential oils can be extremely effective but only when they that have been tested and proven to be of the purest quality. (You do not want to use essential oils that have been diluted with synthetic compounds to cut the cost and make it more “available” to consumers. Would you eat an apple that’s been sprayed with toxic pesticides? Counterproductive, wouldn’t you say?)

It’s critical that we are absolutely discerning about the essential oils we choose to use.

I’ve chosen to align myself with doTERRA essential oils for so many reasons, but the most important ones are the absolute purity of the oils and the integrity of the company.

You can learn more about why I choose to use and work with doTERRA here. You’ll also have the option to purchase oils for yourself and your family, and start your journey of taking your health into your own hands by incorporating these powerful plant allies in your daily life.

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After spending thousands of dollars on organic, non-toxic skincare products but not seeing much improvements in my skin, I started researching essential oils.

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