Most of us know that Aloe Vera is a very versatile, effective soothing and healing plant, with many medicinal uses; internally and externally. it has been used for millennia to bring relief to a wide range of symptoms including burns, insect bites, digestive inflammation, constipation and asthma.
Anthony Williams , The Medical Medium, describes it as anti-viral, anti-parasitic, anti-fungal and anti- bacterial from a physical point of view. From an emotional aspect he describes it as being: ‘a wild food that helps you feel at peace with your surroundings.’
However recently I had a client that stated that they were experiencing a reaction to Aloe Vera in their morning smoothie.
What we uncovered in the session was that due to trauma experienced at birth, he held the belief that he would never be safe. Therefore by taking Aloe Vera internally he was creating an emotional conflict within his body..
The Aloe was encouraging a sense of peace, however his subconscious was adamant that he was not safe.
This conflict was being physically manifested through his digestive response and reducing the amazing properties of the Aloe (until of course we cleared it).
Food intolerances (rather than allergies) are often an emotional response rather than purely a physical response to the food that we are eating. It may be because of the properties the food holds, or it may be because of subconscious associations that have been made.
Either way it affects our ability to reap the benefits of these foods until we uncover the conflict that they are triggering..
I would love to hear your thoughts on this and any issues that you may have experienced with foods which felt more emotional rather than purely physical x
Kinesiologist, Damara Wellbeing
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