Being able to diagnose, through dowsing, the root of food intolerance is most effective when it is understood what causes unfavourable responses in the body. Often, intolerance stems from stress at some point in a person’s life. A stressful period or event contributes to a breakdown of the body’s ability to reject toxins and function properly. Incidents in life can affect how you behave and react to current and future events; your reactions can, in turn, affect your well being. Dowsing looks for the root cause of stress, together with an analysis of diet, leading to a removal of the problem.
To some dowsing may seem an ‘off the wall’ approach to dealing with allergies and intolerance. Before I ever went to see a dowser, I’d never have believed it could benefit me and would have thought the whole process distinctly unconventional. But, whilst there remains little scientific understanding or dowsing, it is a natural process requiring no medication - and it has been proved to work.
Dowsing is not a miracle cure and sometimes it takes time to be really effective. Other times the effect of a treatment can be almost immediate. However, it should never be a replacement for ‘proper’ medical advice. It should be used as a complementary therapy that allows people with food-related ailments to gain a deeper understanding of the root cause of their problems, and to change their diet accordingly.