FAQ

Is Rachel Bright, ND a medical doctor?

Rachel Bright is a Family Naturopathic Practitioner and works with your Medical Doctor providing natural health care suggestions, but she is not a Medical Doctor. She holds a Board-Certification from the American Naturopathic Medical Association as a Traditional Naturopath and a Doctorate degree in Naturopathy from First National University of Allied Health Sciences. Additionally, She is a Certified Holistic Nutrition Practitioner with the American Naturopathic and Holistic Association and she graduated with high honors from Fairmont State University with a BS in Exercise Science.

Are your products suitable for vegans and vegetarians?

In short, no. Our doctor-formulated and whole-food products are NOT suitable for vegans or vegetarians.
We believe of providing our clients with the best products available in the marketplace today so they can experience balanced health. Oftentimes, the body becomes ill and unbalanced, by not what you are not doing, but from what you are doing!
Our powerful products help restore organ imbalances, fill in the gaps of nutritional deficiencies, overcome chronic GI issues, hormonal imbalances and etc.

How does a Natural Health Care Practitioner address my health concerns?

  • Provides education on herbs, homeopathy, therapeutic oils, and other natural substances

  • Assists with stress relief with mind body therapies

  • Teaches benefits of healthy lifestyle

  • Counsels on nutrition, historic remedies and lifestyle

  • Uses non-invasive practice, procedures, and philosophy

  • Evaluates subtle energies

  • Uses muscle testing, bio-energy evaluation, oriental pulse, skin, and nutritional evaluations

  • Looks for and treats the underlying cause of ailments

  • Focuses on healing organ systems and strengthening the constitution

  • Researches a case to determine the imbalances of the systems

  • Treats imbalances of the systems thereby treating symptoms

  • Uses theories from the orient and Europe in their assessment

  • Uses a preventative approach to health care

  • Complements conventional medical care

  • Assists during times of acute sickness

How long should I expect to see results?

Many individuals begin to notice positive improvements within the first couple of days or weeks following the health program customized specifically for them. Yet, if a person has had a chronic illness for a long time, we explain to give their body time for deep healing (at least 90 days for even bigger signs of healing to take place) + one additional month for each year that they’ve have had the condition.

Can homeopathy be used on children?

Yes, absolutely! Due to the gentle nature of the treatment, homeopathy is frequently used on children worldwide. In our practice, we use homeopathy for almost all acute to chronic cases. If a child has a cold/flu and etc, we find that homeopathy works quite quickly. Also, in the United States, homeopathy is becoming increasingly popular with practitioners working with children with ADD/ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, and autism.

What are homeopathic remedies?

Our HumanKind homeopathic remedies are FDA-approved medicines made from small amounts of natural substances, including plants, minerals, and animal substances. They are highly diluted and given in very small doses to eliminate adverse reactions. The homeopathic is in a liquid form and is added to a water bottle, where it is sipped throughout the day. These do not have any interactions with any pharmaceutical medications.
Homeopathy is designed to re-balance the body on a nutrient, chemical, cellular and vibrational level- this is a form of powerful energy medicine.

What should I expect during my first treatment?

To begin, your initial visit will be approximately 1.5-2 hours. This amount of time allows for us to gather the appropriate information to start your recommendations.
 The following will be reviewed during Part I of your first appointment:
Your health history (even asking questions from infancy)
Functional Nutritional Health Evaluation (This evaluation assesses contact reflex points located across the surface of your body that are used to assess where nutritional support products are used restore health to specific organs). For more information, visit this website: http://bdort.org/
Referrals to other practitioners, if necessary
 Part 2 of first appointment (this appointment is scheduled on a separate day)
Report of findings. This appointment is where I will go over my findings from your first appointment. We will review together my recommendations and how your future natural health treatment care plan will proceed moving forward to give you the best care*
 *Recommendations could be a combination of dietary suggestions, food-based supplements, homeopathic and herbal remedies, lifestyle suggestions, as well as any referrals, if needed. These recommendations may change during your time under her care as determined by her findings and how your body is healing.*

Who does Rachel Bright, ND treat?

Even though Naturopath, Rachel Bright treats the entire family, she has a special interest in women’s and children’s health care. Typically she sees individuals who suffer from gastrointestinal disorders such as chronic constipation, diarrhea, chronic inflammatory bowel conditions, acid reflux upset, to the overgrowth of harmful bacteria and other daily digestive upsets.
She also helps mothers pre/post conception, newborns, to teenagers who’s parents want their child’s health challenges addressed naturally.

What is natural healthcare?

Its approach treats the whole body by using only natural remedies. The entire body is brought back into balance using one or a combination of the following: organic herbs, homeopathy, healing foods, detoxification, food-based supplements, mending the emotional wounds, exercise recommendations and other naturopathic methodologies.

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