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Kaur educates people on their body’s self-healing powers in new book

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It's important to realize that every common disease has a specific traditional healing treatment, there isn't a one-for-all cure.

Ever wonder if our bodies are capable of self-healing when it comes to common diseases?

In “Diagnose, Treat, and Cure All Dis-ease with Traditional Indian Holistic Therapies,” author Vera Kaur educates readers on the importance of holistic healthcare, treating the entire person and not just the symptoms, how the body was perfectly created to remove imbalances and regulate itself without assistance and how to apply the ancient Indian wisdom of self-healing techniques to initiate the body’s natural ability to cure diseases.

“I want us all to empower ourselves with this knowledge,” Kaur said. “It’s important to realize that every common disease has a specific traditional healing treatment, there isn’t a one-for-all cure.”

Kaur is from the Sikh Indian origin and has spent much of her life practicing holistic medicine on family, friends and coworkers.

“Treating health problems using traditional Indian therapies was part of my upbringing,” Kaur said. “In my twenties I visited and lived in ashrams in India where I observed the holistic healing techniques used by traditional energy healers and have since been drawn to all forms of holistic health.”

Diagnose, Treat, and Cure All Dis-ease with Traditional Indian Holistic Therapies
By Vera Kaur
ISBN: 978-1-5049-9555-9
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouseUK

About the author

Author Vera Kaur lives in Forest of Dean, England, where she continues practicing holistic healing techniques and educating locals on the benefits of self-healing. Kaur hopes to one day relocate to rural Spain where she can open her own non-profit based holistic healing practice and be of service to any who need it.

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