Meet Beverly A. Jensen, Ph.D.
After the world’s experience with the social, economic, and health consequences of the covid pandemic, there is a new interest in health self-care. And with invasive technology that threatens health freedoms and privacy, there’s more reason to learn how to protect and heal oneself. And always it has been and still is women who lead in tending to the family’s health.
In a study a few years ago of who is practicing natural medicines in the US, it was found to be primarily women who came from a family using traditional remedies. I grew up in such a family. In 1953, my mother chose to have her third birth in a hospital, for unknown reasons. The doctors in Colorado strapped her flat on her back for the birth, against her protests. There were complications with the birth, and I don’t remember my mother ever seeing an MD again.
Learning Started Early
So I grew up with Prevention magazine, and in my 20s I was buying books on natural healing that filled many shelves. I wasn’t actually reading or using these books—yet, but they seemed like a good resource to have. In my mid-20s I was living in central Missouri, and during the winters I would have a cold every month that lasted for 10 days, and I was so ill I was bed-ridden for 4-5 days. Finally, Linus Pauling discovered the usefulness of Vitamin C. I immediately began taking larger doses, and I reduced the number of colds to 2 per season, lasting 4-5 days and never requiring bed rest.
In 1978, I moved to Seattle, and after a few years sinus infections began reoccurring. I was excited when they came out with Sudafed but it had no effect on me. Once I had such a fierce sinus infection I finally turned to that shelf of books on natural healing that I’d barely read. I found a recipe to overcome congestion:
These books became my medical guide books. But I had many more lessons to learn.
At the end of ‘80s stress brought on a dis-ease which had no name, no diagnosis, no treatment, and surely no drug in the world of MDs. I coped with what felt like flu symptoms, off and on, for 18 months before women friends told me about homeopathy. The disease, now known as an autoimmune disease, became labeled IBS or Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
I saw the homeopathic physicians, and after a 2-hour consultation, I was prescribed a remedy. One dose, and I never had another symptom.
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Wellness is our Natural state, and we have been given plants to heal all our ailments. Search various types of healers until you find a modality and practitioner who can heal you.
Discovery of a New Medical System
But at the end of each decade, I developed the bleeding-edge disease, always the affliction of women so we were told “it’s all in your head.” At the end of the ‘90s, and again brought on by stress-environmental and emotional—I crashed with another unknown ailment. This would eventually become labeled “Fibromyalgia.” This time constitutional homeopathic remedies didn’t resolve the issue. I searched for answers, saw every type of MD by specialty. The MDs were like blind men trying to describe an elephant; they only saw the area they were specialized in, and nobody had answers.
TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)
Two years passed. I worked as a consultant, telecommuting, so I could keep the schedule I needed. Finally, a woman friend reminded me of Traditional Chinese Medicine. I had vaguely known of TCM when growing up in Okinawa. I found a local TCM physician in Virginia and took with me to the appointment a page-long list of symptoms I had experienced since becoming ill. Then Dr. Yan asked me if I had also experienced others that I had forgotten about—foggy brain is one of the symptoms!
At last I had found a physician who understood how all the body’s systems work together. He gave me a prescription of raw herbs to pick up in the Asian neighborhood. I cooked them at home, and in seven days I was dramatically improved. In three weeks I was able to return to Prague for a project I managed and then catch a train to Italy to join the family for a holiday. Full recovery from fibro took a few months, but Dr. Yan became the family’s primary physician.
In face of complex environmental challenges, we must reassess and take charge of our well-being.
The project in the Czech Republic was to train physicians and public health directors in use of the Internet for health education and political advocacy. It was 1999. After my years of experiences in these alternate realms of health, I decided I would promote and educate American women in the world’s choices of healthcare using the Internet.
The site, WomensMedicineBowl.com, was launched in 2003. Twenty years later our challenges in managing our health are greater and more complex than ever. A heating planet with erratic and violent weather, unreliable or unsafe electric and water systems, living with 80,000 chemicals that are unregulated and untested, and being barraged with NIR from telecom cell towers, spreading to the heavens and oceans, and now gene-altering vaccines. More than ever, we need to learn to simplify our living, to recognize and fight for freedom in health choices and take control of our wellbeing.
This site strives to lead and support you in doing this. In the lab, Radio Frequencies increased toxicity of bacteria by 700x. Reducing our exposure to NIR from wireless technology is a necessary first step to taking control of our health.