GERD- do You Have It?


Mayo Clinic lists symptoms for persons who think that they might suffer from GastroEsophageal Reflux Disorder (GERD):


Common signs and symptoms of GERD include:

  • A burning sensation in your chest (heartburn), usually after eating, which might be worse at night or while lying down
  • Backwash (regurgitation) of food or sour liquid
  • Upper abdominal or chest pain
  • Trouble swallowing (dysphagia)
  • Sensation of a lump in your throat

If you have nighttime acid reflux, you might also experience:

  • An ongoing cough
  • Inflammation of the vocal cords (laryngitis)
  • New or worsening asthma

There is an energetic healing technique used to tighten up the peptic sphincter, the valve which, when damaged, allows stomach contents to come up into the esophagus, causing the damage. It is non-surgical and so far we have had very good reports from persons having this done. 

Meanwhile, no doubt, if a person has these kinds of symptoms or finds that spicy food of acidic food, like an orange or grapefruit burns the “throat”, there may already be damage to the esophagus. 

To that end, a home remedy has been suggested that you might want to talk over with your licensed healthcare professional to see if this makes sense for you toward helping the esophagus heal and grow a new lining.

GERD Protocol

– 1 quart Aloe Vera Juice

– ¼ cup Honey, local honey no boiled or processed honey: sometimes jars say “Raw Honey” (AntiBacterial and Antiviral)

– 5cc (1 tsp) Red Thyme Oil

– 2cc (~1/2 tsp) Oil of Oregano

– 2cc (~1/2 tsp) Oil of Clove

Mix ingredients together into a quart, pour some into a tall shot glass, sip slowly before bed at night (most important). Do this also 20 minutes before you have a meal and about 20 min after meal – gives time to soak in and soothe area. The goal is to allow this mixture to thoroughly coat the throat, not drink it all at once, just sip on a shot glass. A quart should last about a week or so. 

Suggested  nutritional support supplements are offered for evaluation only. This a pastoral healing service based upon psychic and energetic approaches to healing and traditional herbal knowledge. Use of herbal or homeopathic remedies is based upon the literature of each discipline and on anecdotal experiences of clients or practitioners who have used these over many millennia in our indigenous Scandinavian tradition. In modern Tietajar training, shamanic students learn global herbalism and so suggestions may refer to herbs employed in other folk medicine traditions. Do research the uses and applications of components yourself and discuss it with a licensed healthcare professional prior to using.

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