Muneeza, the Intuitive Medicine Woman®, is a healer who was once a patient. Chronic fatigue syndrome and intractable eczema pushed her to find answers beyond what traditional medicine had to offer. She studied nutrition, changed her own diet, became a certified holistic health coach, and ultimately discovered Anthony William, the Medical Medium®, who brought her recovery full-circle and recognized her innate healing gifts. Today, Muneeza counsels private and group clients in the Medical Medium protocols which use foods (the Holy Four: fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices, and wild foods), supplements, and a spiritual connection to get to the root of various ills. During this hour, we discuss pathogens that may be behind autoimmune or other “mystery” illnesses, the Unforgiving Four (disease promoters), brain health, how celery juice got so sexy, and juxtaposing science with a way of seeing health and disease that comes from a very different place.
About our Guest
In her own words: My name is Muneeza and I’m the Intuitive Medicine Woman®. I am also the creator of the Muneeza Method®, a powerful method I have developed in 14 years of practice with thousands of clients to help people receive the information they need to heal. I am the author of the Healing Chutneys & Sauces Recipe book, soon to be released on Amazon.
I have the gift of intuition to be able to ‘read’ people and be able to determine the root causes of illness and symptoms experienced. I can also tap into their emotional struggles. This gift, combined with the power of the information from Medical Medium® that I use in my practice, I am able to help clients reverse chronic and autoimmune illness.
Over the past 14 years I’ve supported over 9,000 people in more than 75 different countries, to discover and understand their bodies’ intuition and unique needs to heal from within. Using herbs, supplements, healing and wild foods and by helping people recognize the PTSD they carry in their bodies, I help people heal from illness so they can enjoy a thriving, joyful life.
Photographer’s Credits: Jeff Skierik, https://www.rawtographer.com