I steered my little Nissan rental car higher… deeper into Jamaica's John Crow Mountains. S-curves and switchbacks emerged suddenly out of the sheets of blinding rain.
As the storm finally began to clear, I spotted a cluster of tin-roofed houses and tiny shops. I had reached my destination: the home of Jamaica's last-living Maroon healer, Ivelyn Harris.
For centuries, the Maroons have been among the world's most skilled herbalists. With just the plants growing in their mountain home, their healers may have already conquered problems that still challenge modern medicine. For example, I'd heard stories that…
- They use a single flowering weed to lower blood sugar, clear up stubborn rashes, ease an upset stomach and even relieve the pain of arthritis.
- They grow a kind of grass in their gardens that clears up almost any fever. Tea made from this grass is even said to protect against yellow fever.
- They discovered a beautiful yellow wildflower that lowers high blood pressure… and raises blood pressure that's too low.
I felt tremendous anticipation as I shook hands with this woman. She was the last repository of this ancient knowledge… and I hoped she’d have the time and energy to share it with me.
But Ivey caught me off guard. She told me she wanted to write a book. A book of herbal knowledge that everyone could use and benefit from.
My mind started racing. I've heard the Maroons have herbal remedies for headaches and backaches… menstrual and prostate problems… impotence… fevers… high blood pressure&heelip; colitis… even heart trouble. Practically every complaint you can name.
Ivey Harris was suddenly - unexpectedly - offering to put the world's most powerful herbal remedies into your hands…
Unique Healing Knowledge from a Disappearing Culture
Hi. I am Dr. Al Sears. I run a busy medical practice and research center in South Florida. My interest in
natural medicine also led me to create a foundation that seeks out traditional healing methods.
It was my foundation work that brought me to Jamaica - just as it's taken me to the home of Ayurvedic medicine in India, the Amazon rainforest in Peru, the Pantanal of Brazil and other strongholds of natural healing.
But I'd never seen anything like this.
Ivey traces her family line directly back to Prince NaQuan, the first leader of the Maroon people. His daughter, Princess Nanny, was a legendary natural healer and is Jamaica's only national heroine.
For 500 years, their people - originally escaped slaves - have lived free high in Jamaica's mountains. And for all those years, they've lived off the land.
Maroon healers combined the herbal knowledge of their African ancestors with the healing arts of Jamaica's native Carib Indians - and added in their own experience. The result is a unique healing tradition that's kept the Maroon people remarkably healthy for centuries.
But the modern world is breaking down Maroon culture. Traditions are being pushed aside by the lure of money and city life. One of those traditions is the village healer. Ivey is now the last of her kind.
The Maroons' healing secrets balance at the brink of extinction. And it would be a terrible loss, because as I discovered, these remedies are real.
Tradition Backed by Solid Science
With Ivey offering so many remedies for so many problems, I wouldn't blame you for being a little skeptical.
But I've done some digging, and I'm amazed by how many Maroon remedies are backed by solid science.
Maroon healers didn't have modern labs 500 years ago. But they sure had a knack for picking the right plants for any given problem.
Take balsam, for instance.
For hundreds of years, Maroon healers used this herb to relieve the discomfort and duration of colds and flu. They couldn't have made a better choice. Balsam contains thymol - a natural oil that kills germs and viruses. Plus the leaves are high in vitamin C.
They use an herb called "tree of life" to relieve the discomfort of insect bites and stings. Animal studies show that tree of life relieves pain and soothes inflammation - exactly what would help with a bite or sting.
Vervain is a lovely purple flower Maroon healers use to ease coughs and colds. Recent research shows vervain contains a chemical - hispidulin - that opens up the lungs and calms wheezing.
Cerasee is a flowering vine Maroon healers use for several complaints - including skin problems. When I'm there in Jamaica, I make a cerasee tea as a detoxifying and purging daily tonic.
Modern researchers have discovered that cerasee interferes with an enzyme that's been linked to psoriasis. And it has antibacterial and anti-viral properties, too. 1 These traits make it an excellent choice for skin problems.
But that's not all. Maroon healers traditionally used cerasee for diabetes - although they didn't understand the causes or progression of the disease. Still, they made a good choice, because cerasee contains a compound that helps normalize blood sugar1 - a major problem for diabetics.
As I dug through the research on these herbs, I found that modern science backed up the Maroon healers in case after case. In fact, I haven't found a single instance where an herb is inappropriately used.
It's the most remarkable batting average I’ve ever seen.
Time after time, these skilled herbalists have gotten it right. They've found natural answers to a multitude of health problems. And modern science is just starting to catch up.
Relief for Nearly Every Complaint
You can't imagine how much using Ivey's knowledge could boost your health. She’s walking around with 500 years of experience in her head. Here are just a few of the secrets she's agreed to share in her book, Healing Herbs of Jamaica:
- A cactus-like plant that relieves joint pain, lung problems, stomach ailments, wounds and more. It boosts your immune system and soothes inflammation, too. And you may have it in your home right now!
- High blood pressure? Ivey will show you 3 ways to help get it under control. One is a common weed that can help you shed extra pounds, too.
- "Women's herbs" that clear up yeast infections, soothe menstrual cramps and regulate heavy flow. They ease hot flashes and calm the stress and anxious feelings of menopause, too.
- The recipe for Wood Root Tonic. This preparation is famous throughout Jamaica for increasing men's sexual stamina. Until now, only Maroon healers knew how to make it.
- Think a sore back means weeks of bed rest? Maybe not. This herb even gets mountain farmers on their feet again in just hours.
- Discover a delicious way to lower your appetite… but still feel plenty of energy. This tasty secret delivers a whopping dose of antioxidants, too.
And this is just a hint of what Ivey has to share with you.
Herbs to Help You Sleep, Ease Discomfort and More
Healing Herbs of Jamaica is practical. You can use it to beat:
Insomnia. The locals call it "nerves bush." But if you have trouble sleeping, you'll call it your new best friend. And this little purple flower does more than get you a good night's sleep. A cup of nerves bush tea will leave you feeling calm and relaxed anytime.
Rashes. Ivey used this scruffy-looking bush to clear up a girl's rash that even had doctors baffled. Just one bath, and the girl's itchy rash cleared right up - after 5 years of suffering. It's great for dry skin, too.
Menstrual Pain. If cramps and other menstrual discomfort hold you back, Ivey may have your answer. She's used this lowly weed to clear up crippling menstrual pain within three months - and keep it away for good.
Hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids can be embarrassing and incredibly painful. But Ivey reveals the broad-leafed vine that could make this painful condition just a brief inconvenience for you.
Stomachache, Gas & Diarrhea. Nothing slows you down like digestive problems. And nothing gets rid of them as quickly as the buds of this tropical fruit. And here's a bonus: This same plant clears up bad breath, too.
Weak or Overactive Bladder. It's frustrating - and inconvenient - to always be on the lookout for a restroom. And an overactive bladder can ruin your sleep. The seeds of this lovely yellow flower clear it right up - often with just 2 or 3 doses.
These are just a few of Ivey's practical remedies. Remedies she's used successfully with thousands of people for over 20 years.
Many of these herbal secrets have never been revealed before. Ivey's sharing them because there's nobody left to follow in her footsteps. And her love of her heritage has overcome the secrecy of her craft.
Imagine holding in your hands 500 years of healing secrets that have never been shared with outsiders before. Many have been handed down seven generations from mother to daughter, starting with Princess Nanny all the way to Ivey…
… and now Ivey is passing them on to you.
Five Centuries of Secrets - Yours at Absolutely No Risk
I can't think of another time when such a treasure-trove of healing has become available.
Even more amazing, Ivey has insisted that you take no risk on her book. Order Healing Herbs of Jamaica. Look at it… explore Ivey's wisdom… and if you don't think it's everything I've said, simply contact us for a full refund of the purchase price, no questions asked. It's that simple.
Discover natural answers to your most vexing health issues. Uncover the healing secrets of a vanishing culture. And have the last living Maroon healer as your guide.
An opportunity like this comes along less than once in a lifetime. Yet this one is right here - offering amazing healing secrets you can use that have never been revealed.
Any drug company would pay millions to be able to patent these secrets. But you won’t pay millions… or thousands… or even hundreds.
Ivey wants to be sure the healing knowledge of her people isn’t lost. So she’s insisted that Healing Herbs of Jamaica should be available to anyone who wants it… not just those who can afford it. And that's why you can have Ivey's most powerful remedies for just $29.97.
That's no misprint. Secrets Big Pharma would kill for can be yours for just $29.97. Secrets that could relieve your most nagging health problems. All yours for just $29.97. And at no risk.
To be among the first to receive this new book hot off the presses, just click here to order Healing Herbs of Jamaica now.
I consider meeting Ivey one of the high points of my life. And I think you will, too.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD
P.S. Don't miss this rare opportunity. Ivey is the last living Maroon healer. This is your only chance to be among the first outsiders to discover these remedies that have been jealously guarded for 500 years. Remedies that could relieve your most vexing health problems. Click here to order Healing Herbs of Jamaica risk-free.
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