“Do not take vitamin E.” “Take vitamin E.” “Do not eat butter.” “Eat butter.” “Milk is bad.” “Milk is good.” I am a 59 year old woman and I have been getting contradictory advice like this for years. Then three years ago I met T.I. Bishop, and through the services she offers, I found out first hand that some people do well with certain foods, vitamins, make up, hair products and medicines and some don’t. And that some products that my friends use liberally every day affect me negatively.
I am so relieved to know that I now have a place and person who will be able to tell me what my personal body needs are and what may be causing trouble. Every step is personalized to my particular chemistry. This alone has been a stress reducer in my life.
A few testimonies – I purchased a bottle of fish oil gel caps and had been taking them for about a month when I noticed a dramatic change in my mood and nervous system within a few hours after taking my vitamins. I narrowed it down to the addition of the fish oil and since I’d been reading so much about mercury in fish these days, suspected that mercury may be the culprit. T.I. tested the gel cap to my body for mercury and sure enough it registered a substantial increase in mercury. I stopped taking it and was back to normal within a week.
I began having heart palpitations. They were at first annoying, but soon became more than annoying. At night I could barely sleep with pounding that felt like my heart couldn’t take any more. I went to my doctor, who put me on a 24 hour heart monitor. The reading showed a very irregular heart beat, and he scheduled me for a treadmill stress test. I called T.I. and her computer showed a pretty substantial deficiency in two minerals that I was already taking in a multivitamin. Further digging showed a parasite that was preventing those minerals from being absorbed into my system. She gave me a remedy for the parasite and started me out on a substantial dose of the minerals. When I went back for the treadmill stress test the next day, it came out absolutely clean. Not one missed or extra heartbeat. The doctor was amazed, and thankfully, he accepted my explanation gracefully.
I have brought in everything from hair products and makeup to actual food and medicines. And having tested them all, she has been able to confirm suspicions on my part and eliminate problems that would have gone otherwise unresolved. Having the resources available that T.I. uses has made quite a change the quality of my life. I am truly grateful for her services. –Allie Larkin, Franklin, TN
We have been having some work done around the house by a handyman named Jim. A few weeks ago, he told me that his schedule was some what unstable due to a family crisis. His three year old granddaughter was on life support in a Memphis hospital. No one knew exactly what was wrong, but she had something terribly wrong with her lungs. Jim was not at all hopeful. It did not look like she would survive. This was particularly hard for Jim because he had lost two of his own children to Cystic Fibrosis.
My heart went out to Jim. Because I had been struggling with my own health, I felt an over whelming sense of compassion. If any of the resources that I had learned about over the past few months could help this child, I wanted to bring them into play. First I called Jina to see if she had any ideas. She said that carrot and spinach juice could help. When I offered this idea to Jim, he shook his head because there was no way to gain access to the child’s mouth. The respirator tube was blocking access.
Next I called TI Bishop to see if she had any ideas. She said that she could prepare a blend of essential oils that had been helpful for some of her clients with lung problems. She prepared the blend and I shipped it to Memphis. We prayed and waited to see if the nutritional oils would help. A couple of days later, Jim called to tell me that the nurses at the hospital were amazed! Every time that the child’s dad would rub the oils on her chest, the life support readings would change. In less than a week, Kaytie began to override the respirator. Doctors were cautiously optimistic. Because they had almost lost her at an earlier time when they had tried to remove her from the respirator, the doctors decided to sedate her and give her a paralytic so that she would not try to come off the respirator too quickly. By the end of the week, she was successfully removed off the respirator and was breathing on her own. I have never felt greater euphoria than when I heard this news. I called TI Bishop, ecstatic. Praise God!
I was so elated by what had happened that I had to learn more about essential oils. I asked TI to direct me to books and whatever resources that she could. She let me borrow some wonderful books. My favorite is “Reference Guide for Essential Oils” by Higley. This book is out of print, but I found a copy on Ebay. She also gave me information about a company called Young Living Essential Oils. This company has a great deal of educational materials about these oils as well as a full line of single oils and oil blends available to the general public. I decided to subscribe so that I would have easy access to the educational materials and could order products at the lowest price possible. For more information, go to http://www.youngliving.com. My sponsor number # 876465 will give you access to the discounted prices. I found the CD “Essential Oils: The Missing Link” item #3974 particularly interesting.
Now back to Kaytie. About a week after I had heard the good news about Kaytie, her grandfather called to tell me that she was not waking up from the paralytic and sedatives. He was concerned that she may not even have brain wave activity! This was so sad after the previous good news. I was not trying to “play doctor” or interfere in any way with her medical treatment, but I wanted to help. I looked in the books on essential oils for anything that might help to wake her. When I found some remedies that looked promising, I asked T.I. if she agreed. She agreed that Kaytie might benefit from the nutritional support of frankincense, myrrh, geranium, and peppermint. We sent them and the parents rubbed the oils on her neck, forehead, and feet. According to Kaytie’s grandfather, the doctors were surprised to arrive at her room to find her sitting up in her bed playing. She went home from the hospital a few days later with the title “Hospital Miracle.”
–Anna, Brentwood, Tn.