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The evidence is overwhelming that whole food based diets are the foundation to maximizing the body’s ability to heal or recover from the smallest ailment to debilitating medical conditions. The Kahunas have decades of experience seeking alternative health care for the mind, body, and soul in the most unconventional practices. We do support all medical journeys of health and recovery regardless of the therapeutic method:
With the Kahunas philosophy “the closer you stay to the Mother, the healthier you will be” The Kahunas are strong supporters of alternative health care methods for treatment. All health care providers agree that there is no harm in consuming whole, unprocessed foods that are naturally nutrient dense. Where alternative health care turns the corner from the traditional standard of medical treatments are the use of organic dietary supplements, vitamins, herbs, special teas, and spiritual healing. All of which the Kahunas practice daily and have available located in the Skyline Mall at 380 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack NH, 03054.
When asked about organic dietary supplements, vitamins, herbs, special teas, and spiritual healing the Kahunas share information about their cultural beliefs. The Kahunas are not healthcare providers, it is their belief in and use of folklore/ancient remedies that have been passed down from generation to generation. They DO NOT offer products, goods or advice that will guarantee health through any scientific evidence, or registered medical instruction or prescriptions. They are about sharing information and encouraging people to start asking questions about their current health care and preventive care methods.
Seek information to inform yourself about whole food based diets and alternative treatments. At Kahunas you will find a limited selection of organic dietary supplements, vitamins, herbs, and special tea from reputable organic vendors. Many families that visit Kahunas are caring for loved ones or dealing with ADHD, autism, anxiety, multiple sclerosis, cancer, HIV/AIDS and so on… illnesses that often require harsh conventional drugs to treat.
At Kahunas, patrons are offered support by way of love and information, and can be provided special meals approved by their primary care providers if their illness is chronic. It is in the understanding of specific dietary needs, that families have found a place of safety at Kahunas.
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CBD possesses the largest therapeutic potential of all the cannabinoids and has the fastest growth in natural remedy practices in the United States and millions of people around the globe.
The Kahunas trust Natures CBD Oil. They operate under the best practices in CBD hemp oil industry. Their CBD is produced in a ISO 7 Clean room and use the cleanest techniques to extract the CBD from the hemp plant. Nartures CBD uses a special CO2 extraction technique that allows their CBD pharmacists to capture the CO2 in a liquid state and efficiently draw the CBD in the purest form from the hemp plant material. The CO2 extraction removes any kind of solvents, pesticides, metals, and unnatural substances making Natures Pure CBD 100% Natural and GMO Free. Most CBD companies on the market use a butane extraction technique which is not good, and not clean. We advise any CBD user to understand where their CBD is coming from.
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“Like other ancient healing systems, Native American medicine focuses on a holistic approach to medicine that emphasizes the treatment of the entire person, including physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects. Native American healers, often referred to as “medicine men,” “medicine women,” or “shamans,” believe that individual health is intertwined with the natural and spiritual world and thus incorporate symbolic healing rituals, ceremonies, and the extensive use of herbal remedies.” (http://www.medaus.com/index25fb.html%3Fid%3D23:the)
Our organic, vegan, paleo-friendly location has taken a quiet plaza and turned it around to become a destination location for patrons desiring to eat clean or partake in a holistic lifestyle approach, starting with whole food based nutritive diets. We support the alternative health care dispensary. The dispensary’s mission is to focus on assisting their patients who desire to be through with undergoing the administration of noxious and damaging medications and treatments, and who are unwell due to a myriad of debilitating medical conditions. We believe that natural alternative treatments and whole food based, nutritional diets go hand and hand, as a package for those who are seeking wellness.
“The facility (Prime Alternative Treatment Center/primeatc.com) is expected to provide treatment to 25-50 patients a day and would employ 10 people. A representative from Big Kahuna’s Cafe and Grill, a restaurant and catering service that occupies the same retail plaza, was the only member of the public to speak during the public hearing.
“What’s unique about what these gentlemen are bringing is it kind of coincides with what we have going on,” he said. “Meaning that the food that we are providing is very clean. We have a lot of clients that are actively dying of cancer, HIV/AIDS positive, parents that are treating their children or spouses for anxiety. This is not about teenagers getting high … this is about people suffering from serious illness. I felt compelled to reach out to the dispensary to say welcome, because our mission is the same – it’s a humanitarian issue.” (http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/1077203-469/merrimack-center-okd-at-new-location.html)
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