Learn old mountain remedies, natural cures

Published 3:18 pm Thursday, January 11, 2018

Walt Cross from Tennessee is a wealth of natural health information. Leaving the allopathic philosophy of disease to a more naturopathic approach, Walt educates the public in a most effective and understanding way.  We have the privilege of viewing via DVD the full scope of information to help keep one well and restore or reverse disease on Monday, Jan. 29 at 6:30 p.m. in the Morgan Center at Tryon Seventh-day Adventist Church.

In this series, Walt Cross will show:

• how the kitchen is more than just a place to cook  – it is a medicine cabinet full of remedies that can be used to our benefit. In this series he will share many natural remedies that are affordable and accessible with recipes to help our bodies heal themselves.

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• how to avoid stress and deal with anxiety naturally. Discover what an effective lifestyle plan is and develop one alongside Walt Cross. Follow along as he discusses how to effectively address weight loss. Additionally, learn all about the different natural herbs, vegetables, and fruits that can be used in many applications to deal with wounds, infections, aches, pains, and more.

• how to explore different remedies by diagnosis.  He will show how to supply kitchen cabinets and fridges to give the best health.

• different types of stress and how many there are. How can stress physically change our bodies? What can be done about inevitable stress? Come to this series to acquire the knowledge you need to address these issues.

• how to start creating an effective lifestyle plan. He gives us great ideas on how to start and what common and accessible herbs, fruits, and vegetables can be used to treat disease.

• how address methods to effectively manage weight loss in an unconventional, but long lasting way.

This series begins Monday, Jan. 29 and runs Thursday and Monday evenings thereafter through Feb. 15 at 6:30 p.m. going until approximately 8:30 p.m. Please contact Bev Cook at 704-692-6667 if you are considering attending. There is no charge but a love offering would be gladly accepted. Resources to purchase will be available for the public.

– submitted by Bev Cook