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Holistic/Herbal/Amish Doctor in Celina, TN

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Cookeville, TN

#1 Jul 30, 2009
What is this "MD's" name and how do you contact him? What exactly is his title and credentials?
I hear people come from all over the country just to see him!! WOW!! Would like to know more info and contact him or come and see him. Where is his office located????
THANKS
not an MD

Jamestown, TN

#2 Jul 30, 2009
he isn't an MD, he will look in your eyes and sell you several hundred $$ of vitamins & minerals. I saw a bottle of liquid he sold one man, and the bottles was clearly labeled " Veterinary use only".

Since: Jul 09

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#3 Jul 30, 2009
if you are talking about the amish iridologist, then yes, he looks in your eyes and can tell you some of the things you need to do to fix them. he will tell you what you need but he doesn't sell the "medicines" he just tells you where you can get them. He takes no money for this. I know several ppl who go to him and he has helped them alot.
not an MD

Jamestown, TN

#4 Jul 30, 2009
onyxmoon13 wrote:
if you are talking about the amish iridologist, then yes, he looks in your eyes and can tell you some of the things you need to do to fix them. he will tell you what you need but he doesn't sell the "medicines" he just tells you where you can get them. He takes no money for this. I know several ppl who go to him and he has helped them alot.
technically you are correct, but the herb salesman is also an Amish business.
caution

Celina, TN

#5 Jul 30, 2009
just use caution when going to a doctor such as this. Several Herbal medicines can have a negative reaction to your everyday prescription drugs. Counsult your family doctor before using any herbal remedies.
not an MD

Jamestown, TN

#6 Jul 30, 2009
The majority of medical doctors reject all the claims of all branches of iridology and label them as pseudoscience or even quackery.[3] Iridologists are rarely physicians. Iridology is only studied at private institutions, and it is not taught at medical schools.

Critics, including most practitioners of mainstream medicine, dismiss iridology as published studies have indicated a lack of success for its claims. Clinical data does not support any correlation between illness in the body and coinciding observable changes in the iris. In controlled experiments,[4] practitioners of iridology have performed statistically no better than chance in determining the presence of a disease or condition solely through observation of the iris.

It has been pointed out that the premise of iridology is at odds with the fact that the iris does not undergo substantial changes in an individual's life. Iris texture is a phenotypical feature which develops during gestation and remains unchanged after birth. There is no evidence for changes in the iris pattern other than variations in pigmentation in the first year of life, eventual freckles and variations caused by glaucoma treatment. This stability of iris structures is at the foundation of iris recognition for identification purposes[5][6].

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iridology
He is good

Lancaster, SC

#7 Jul 30, 2009
My cousin went with me and she took her daughter.
He told my cousin that her daughter had a cyst on her ovaries. My cousin took her in to a medical center for testing and she did indeed have a cyst. The girl was 12 years old.
This could have left her barren later in life had this not been addressed. I believe in him but havent been there in many years.
BULLCRAP

Jamestown, TN

#8 Jul 30, 2009
That is pure BS, most all females have cysts at some point in their life, and hey are tied to hormone levels, and most likely this girl is well into puberty. Cyst's routinely rupture & reabsorb, and are generally not noticed unless they become rather large. They by no means leave a woman infertile. Stop spreading ignorance "He is Good"!
zzz

Celina, TN

#9 Jul 30, 2009
BULLCRAP wrote:
That is pure BS, most all females have cysts at some point in their life, and hey are tied to hormone levels, and most likely this girl is well into puberty. Cyst's routinely rupture & reabsorb, and are generally not noticed unless they become rather large. They by no means leave a woman infertile. Stop spreading ignorance "He is Good"!
Sounds like you think you are a doctor!!
BULLCRAP

Jamestown, TN

#10 Jul 30, 2009
zzz wrote:
<quoted text> Sounds like you think you are a doctor!!
It don't take a doctor to recognize BS. Look up cysts on any reputable sight, or better yet, go waste a few hundred on some overpriced amish minerals & vitamins, it don't bother me to see you waste money.

“Shock and Awe”

Since: Mar 09

Celina, TN

#11 Jul 30, 2009
onyxmoon13 wrote:
if you are talking about the amish iridologist, then yes, he looks in your eyes and can tell you some of the things you need to do to fix them. he will tell you what you need but he doesn't sell the "medicines" he just tells you where you can get them. He takes no money for this. I know several ppl who go to him and he has helped them alot.
And the Amish don't have to pay taxes. Their entire operation is classified as a church. That is a tonic in itself!!
so are

United States

#12 Jul 30, 2009
Chiropractics are the same... quacks.
AAA

Glasgow, KY

#13 Aug 2, 2009
Is his name Rubin?
And where and what are the hours where i can go see him?
Quakery

Cookeville, TN

#14 Aug 2, 2009
If you pay attention when you see this guy. You will notice he tries to use clues and get info from you before he starts "diagnosing" you. He read my eyes and I sat in on several other readings. He asks everyone what medicine they are taking as soon as he looks at your eye! He told me my thyroid was bad (I had it checked it's perfectly normal.) Then he tried to sell me about $300 worth of herbs.
Believe

London, KY

#15 Aug 4, 2009
Quakery wrote:
If you pay attention when you see this guy. You will notice he tries to use clues and get info from you before he starts "diagnosing" you. He read my eyes and I sat in on several other readings. He asks everyone what medicine they are taking as soon as he looks at your eye! He told me my thyroid was bad (I had it checked it's perfectly normal.) Then he tried to sell me about $300 worth of herbs.
I've went to him several times, and I have confidence that he knows what he is talking about. When my husband and I go to him, he has never asked us what medications we are taking if any. And so far, everything that he has told either one of us, is true. Most usually when you go to a medical doctor, anything that is tested there is a range. If what is being tested falls within a certain range, then the doctor will tell you it's okay. I've had my thyroid checked by a doctor. The doctor told me that it is within the range that is considered okay. But, if the thyroid as well as other things, if they are not working exact, then, that means they are not doing all they were made to do. Range or no range, everything has its purpose to function. It can't be almost, it has to be exact. By the way, this man is not just some quaker. Anyone can be taught how to study the eyes. This man has also been recogonized by doctors that study diseases and has been offered jobs to work with them. Also, some of the medicines that are on the market selling in the pharmacys do have natural growing herbs in them as well.
thunder

Columbia, SC

#16 Aug 4, 2009
when You go to the dr office do they not first thing ask you WHY you are there and whats going on with your body ???
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Jamestown, TN

#17 Aug 4, 2009
Believe wrote:
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I've went to him several times, and I have confidence that he knows what he is talking about. When my husband and I go to him, he has never asked us what medications we are taking if any. And so far, everything that he has told either one of us, is true. Most usually when you go to a medical doctor, anything that is tested there is a range. If what is being tested falls within a certain range, then the doctor will tell you it's okay. I've had my thyroid checked by a doctor. The doctor told me that it is within the range that is considered okay. But, if the thyroid as well as other things, if they are not working exact, then, that means they are not doing all they were made to do. Range or no range, everything has its purpose to function. It can't be almost, it has to be exact. By the way, this man is not just some quaker. Anyone can be taught how to study the eyes. This man has also been recogonized by doctors that study diseases and has been offered jobs to work with them. Also, some of the medicines that are on the market selling in the pharmacys do have natural growing herbs in them as well.
Why not have him pick you some lottery numbers, you are playing with pure fire, trusting someone to look into your eyes and diagnose, treat and cure you with vitamins, minerals and horse medicine.
i dontbelieve

United States

#18 Aug 4, 2009
Believe wrote:
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This man has also been recogonized by doctors that study diseases and has been offered jobs to work with them.
Prove it. Provide the reference. He is a quack.

Eyes do not change. That is why the military uses eye scans for security checks. If they changed every time you got sick, the security scans would not work duh.
Believe

London, KY

#19 Aug 5, 2009
i dontbelieve wrote:
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Prove it. Provide the reference. He is a quack.
Eyes do not change. That is why the military uses eye scans for security checks. If they changed every time you got sick, the security scans would not work duh.
I've never heard of eye scans for security checks. But therefore, I've never been in the military. But eyes do change, when you get sick. If you don't believe in taking natural herbs, don't take them. Whatever he sees when he looks in the eyes, evidently it works, because when medical school doctors have given up on people that were dying, the amish guy provided natural herbs and assistance to them. My pastor was battling cancer, had taken all the chemo that he could, doctors sent him home, not expected him to live but a few days, he took a combination of natural herbs from the amish and oh yes praise God, he is still living. That happened about 2 years ago. It's not about just taking any herb, its knowing what herb to take and how much. Like man-made medicines, herbs have to be tested as well to know what will work for the ailment. If you don't believe, why don't you just give it a try?
Believe

London, KY

#20 Aug 5, 2009
next time wrote:
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Why not have him pick you some lottery numbers, you are playing with pure fire, trusting someone to look into your eyes and diagnose, treat and cure you with vitamins, minerals and horse medicine.
First of all, I don't play the lottery. Just because someone has a medical certificate on the wall doesn't mean that they will always have the correct diagnosis for you. I've known of several instances that Medical doctors have misdiagnosed and people have died because of it.

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