About JoDee

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JoDee Braeme Vale

JoDee became an alternative practitioner as a way to partner with people on their healing journey. She believes that the body has an innate wisdom through which it can heal itself if given the proper nutrition and tools to do so.

JoDee is a board certified Holistic Health Practitioner, certified through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, and a Licensed Massage Therapist in Prescott, Arizona. Her focus is to assist people in tuning in to optimal health by reducing stress and listening to what the body needs in order to heal. She has been practicing Massage Therapy since 1983, and has been working in Arizona since 1999.

JoDee offers many different healing modalities that compliment each other and facilitate deep healing at the quantum level, including cranial sacral therapy, auriculotherapy, dowsing for change, vital force technologies, reconnective healing, nutritional coaching and more.

She is currently working on her combined Masters, and PhD in Natural Medicine, and practices the following:

  • AcuTherapy,
  • Auriculotherapy,
  • Aromatherapy,
  • Natural Hormone Support,
  • Cupping,
  • Cranial Sacral Therapy,
  • Deep Tissue Massage,
  • Dowsing for Change,
  • Functional Nutrition
  • Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis,
  • Metabolic Testing,
  • Nutritional Coaching,
  • Ozone Sauna Therapy
  • Quantum Health Coaching,
  • Reconnective Healing,
  • The Reconnection,
  • Swedish Massage.

Schedule with JoDee either online, or contact her personally to talk about which therapies would best suit your needs.

JoDee Braeme Vale, HHP, LMT
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Review: Adjunctive Use Of Cannabinoids Efficacious In Patients With Treatment-Resistant Epilepsy

Cannabis and Epilepsy
Sydney, Australia: The adjunctive use of cannabinoids, particularly CBD (cannabidiol), typically reduces seizure frequency and improves the quality of life in patients with intractable forms of epilepsy, according to a review of clinical data published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry.

Australian researchers reviewed data from six randomized, placebo-controlled studies, involving 555 patients, and from another 30 observational trials, involving an additional 2,865 patients. In the randomized trials, CBD administration was more effective than placebo in achieving complete seizure remission and in improving patients' quality of life. In the observational trials, nearly half of patients achieved a greater than 50 percent reduction in seizure frequency.

Authors concluded: "We synthesized available evidence on the safety and efficacy of cannabinoids as an adjunctive treatment to conventional AEDs (anti-epileptic drugs) in treating drug-resistant epilepsy. In many cases, there was qualitative evidence that cannabinoids reduced seizure frequency in some patients, improved other aspects of the patients' quality of life and were generally well tolerated with mild-to-moderate AEs (adverse events).

Earlier this year, FDA regulators announced that they will undertake a 'priority review' of randomized clinical trial data specific to the safety and efficacy of Epidiolex - a standardized, plant-derived CBD extract formulated by a British pharmaceutical company - for the treatment of pediatric epilepsy. The review is scheduled to be completed by June 27, 2018.

For more information, contact Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director, at: paul@norml.org. Full text of the study, "Evidence for cannabis and cannabinoids for epilepsy: A systematic review of controlled and observational evidence," appears in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry.

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U.S. FDA Approves China's First GMO Rice: The FDA has approved a genetically engineered insecticidal rice developed by Huazhong Agricultural University in China. Most of China's public is against the growing and commercialization of GMOs, and this GMO rice has not been approved for commercial planting in China. (Note: Illegal GMO rice has been found in China's markets before. How it got there, nobody seems to know.) Unfortunately, the FDA's approval takes America one step closer to yet another unnecessary GMO crop being introduced into our food and agriculture system. The USDA is the agency that regulates commercial plant cultivation in the U.S. With "deregulation" being the mission of the current administration, with no attention paid to human or environmental health, is it only a matter of time before America becomes the dumping ground for insecticidal GMO rice? READ: www.gmwatch.org/en/news/latest-news/18084-china-s-first-gm-rice-gets-us-fda-approval #FDAApprovesGMORice #GMORice #China #Huazhong #FDA #GMO #rice #InsecticidalRice #BoycottGMOs #gmofreecanada #gmofreeusa

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