Episode 59: Amandha Vollmer - Healing With DMSO & Coffee Enema's
Amandha Dawn Vollmer is the published author of Healing with DMSO, a science-backed guide that will help readers understand how DMSO works, why it works, and the many ways we can harness its power to heal aches, pains, and other ailments, all in an easy-to-read and friendly way.
In the first half of this podcast Amandha talks about supplements and the synergy of nutrients and how she uses DMSO in the management of a wide range of conditions. In the second half, Amandha answers questions from my audience about coffee enemas, molecular hydrogen therapy, as well as dry and wet fasting.
About Amandha Dawn Vollmer
Amandha Dawn Vollmer holds a degree of Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto and a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Biotechnology from the University of Lethbridge. She is a professional Holistic Health Practitioner, helping people to prevent disease and heal naturally for over 15 years.
Amandha owns and operates YumNaturals Emporium (yumnaturals.store), in Ontario (Canada) where she designs and produces handcrafted, all-natural body care remedies, since 2012. She is also a blogger, vlogger and the mother of a young and creative daughter.
She shares her precious holistic health knowledge and the wisdom of Mother Nature in articles and countless videos on her blog called Yummy.Doctor.
Amandha Vollmer is passionate about health and truth and is not afraid to voice her opinion, candidly using humour to deliver the message. During these challenging times, she has been recognized as one of the brave souls to tell the truth about what’s really going on in the world, encouraging and empowering people to be their own master.
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