Before you ask for it though, consider that many physical and psychological problems are related to the diet. So first, try adjusting your diet to see if that helps.
Be aware that the conventional western information on diet is wrong. Many things marketed as healthy are actually very bad for you. Most people were not made to eat as much sugar or grains as people eat nowadays. Also, many important things are missing from many people’s diet.
To get started figuring out what you should be eating, visit CookingSlim.org for easy to follow advice and recipes. If you’re ready for some heavy reading, go to Weston A. Price foundation’s webpages.
Once your diet is natural, or reasonably so, we can be sure that any herbal treatments will be more effective. It will also be easier for the Spirits to cure you because you aren’t undoing any healing they do by damaging yourself again.
We have a special program for weight loss. It is a combination of an African version of the plan outlined at CookingSlim.org, our secret herbal formula, special talismans, and ceremonial work with Oya and Shango. The herbs, talismans, and ceremonies make it easy to stay on the plan. A side effect of this program is that people on it seldom, if ever, catch a cold or flu. If they do, it is usually over within 24 hours and is just a little sneezing, or some mild stomach pain or maybe sleeping a little more than usual, and that’s it. It isn’t a cure. It just makes you very resistant to the symptoms. You can still pass a cold or flu to others even if you never even get a runny nose. Others who aren’t on the plan or eating right may get sick while you just carry the virus and stay well. So it is important to pay attention to small changes and upsets even if you’re not sick. The weight loss ceremony and nkisi set is $400.