Cation Mud Therapy for Pain ReliefCation Mud Pain Relief Therapy by Dr Kathy Veon with Central Florida Preventive Medicine explains| Cation Mud is great for pain relief. Chronic and acute pain are common health issues facing many people in our society. Underlying issues such as lack of nutrient dense foods, chemical exposure, hidden infections, inflammation, poor digestion and low pH levels are often the root causes of pain. Supplements, acupuncture, and other physical therapies are often helpful, but what if we can take simple steps to make sure that al these therapies work better? The ancients knew of the healing powers that herbs, clay, and volcanic muds offered in healing injuries, wounds and other traumas. This wisdom has been passed down through time and cultures to relieve pain and chronic illnesses. Specifically, cation mud therapy is still used today to alleviate pain and clear stagnant energy channels within the body.
What is Cation Mud? | Cation Mud Pain Relief TherapyCation mud is often a mixture of detoxifying herbs, volcanic and kaolin clays, zeolite minerals, peat magma, and shilajit. The mud’s ionic charged properties make it an excellent means of promoting the release of toxins locked within the body’s cells. Most notable in clinical is pain relief, which is often instant and long lasting. The placement of the mud is key to achieving good results. When I see a patient with stubborn or chronic pain that has seemingly no explanation, I look for old injuries, scars, tatoos, broken bones or sprains on other parts of the body that may be ‘reflexing’ to the painful site. Often, these old traumas are causing a blockage in the flow of energy through the body’s meridian system. Cation mudpacks can be used in much the same way as acupuncture for the treatment of pain, and it is totally non-invasive and painless. Acupuncture is a tool that is used to restore normal energy flow in the body’s meridian system, but often several sessions are needed to obtain full healing. In comparison, cation mudpacks can offer pain relief in just one or two sessions.
Examples of pain relief from cation mudpack therapy include:
- Chronic back pain relieved by applying mud to an old ankle injury site
- Knee pain alleviated by applying mud to surgery scar on toe
- Neck stiffness diappears after applying mud to a vaccination and vitamin B12 injection site
- Hip pain stops after application of mud to old injury on the shin area
Examples of organ / gland restoration include:
- Heart palpitations and anxiety subside after applying mud to old ankle sprain injury
- Liver function restored after mudpacking old whiplash injury
- Thyroid function restored after applying mud to umbilical scar
- Lymph function improves after applying mud to C-section scar, alleviating swollen legs.
Cation Mud Therapy for Pain Relief Written By Doctor Kathy Veon
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Dr. Kathy Veon, DAOM, AP, CCN is a graduate of Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine in Santa Monica, CA as well as Florida College of Integrative Medicine in Orlando, Florida.
She is a board-certified Licensed Acupuncturist, Certified Clinical Nutritionist, and Doctor of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. Dr. Veon is currently serving as Chair of the Florida Board of Acupuncture, and Committee Chair of Continuing Education for the International and American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists (IAACN).
She holds a private practice in Lake Mary, Florida at Central Florida Preventive Medicine where she specializes in holistic medicine therapies such as Functional Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Quantum Reflex Analysis (QRA), Acupuncture, Pelotherapy, NAET (allergy elimination technique), Western and Chinese Herbology, Nutrigenomic Testing and Nutritional Therapies, EVOX Perception Reframing, Environmental Medicine and helping her patients overcome chronic and debilitating illnesses through finding and correcting the root causes of disease.
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