by Dr. Lawrence Wilson

© February 2014, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.


All information in this article is for educational purposes only.  It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.


Dozens of mechanisms can be used to heal the body and brain with nutritional products.  Nutritional balancing science uses all of the following mechanisms, at various times, and uses many of them at the same time for the most effective results.  This article can help one to understand why this method is so effective, and why we usually do not need to recommend drugs, bio-identical hormones, or most herbs.




This set of effects of nutrients consists of mainly symptomatic effects similar to that of all drugs and herbs.  These effects include: alterative, anodyne, anhelmintic, aperient, aromatic, astringent, antibiotic, anti-cancer, antibilous, antiemetic, antiepileptic, antihypertensive, anti-inflammatory, antiperiodic, antipsychotic, antilitic, antirheumatic, antiscorbutic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antisyphilitic, carminative, catharti, cephalic, cholagogue, demulcent, deobstructant, depurative, detergent, diaphoretic, discutient, diuretic, emetic, emmenagogue, emollient, exanthematous, expectorant, febrifuge, hepatic, herpatic, laxative, lithotryptic, maturating, mucilaginous, nauseant, nervine, opthalmicum, parturient, pectoral, refrigerant, resolvent, rubifacient, sedative, sialogogue, stimulant, tranquilizer, stomachic, styptic, sudorific, tonic, vermifuge.




Get rid of the need for compensations.

Somatid removal

Precursor therapy

Placeholder therapy

Preferred mineral replacement

Biochemical bridge therapy

Nutritional and herbal germ, yeast, fungus, and parasite killers

Enzymes used for digestion, inflammation, tumor elimination, and many other purposes

Changing the oxidation rate.

Altering mineral ratios in the tissues such as the hair.

Antagonists used to remove toxic metals.

Synergists used to support other nutrients.


Methyl donors

Tissue, cell membrane and blood level mineral transporters

Hormone regulators such as copper and zinc compounds and others.

Nutrients used for specific psychotherapeutic effects, for example, to relax the nerves, lift the mood, etc.

Glandular products used to support and rebuild the glands.

Tissue extracts used to rebuild specific tissues and organs of the body.  Many of these are available in tablet form.

Fibers or bulking agents used for many purposes including constipation, toxin removal, and more.

Vibrational remedies.  These can include glandular and tissue extracts, some herbs, homeopathic remedies and others.

Trauma release nutrients and nutritional methods such as improving brain function to permit better processing of traumas.

Probiotics and prebiotics, used for a variety of purposes such as improving digestion, killing yeast and other digestive tract infections, dysbiosis, enhancing production of some vitamins in the intestinal tract, autism and many others.

Balancing and raising adaptive or biochemical energy production for hundreds of healing purposes.

Methods to increase awareness.  This is vital for some types of healing, and a critical part of nutritional balancing.

Use of nutrients and transporters to increase the bioavailability of foods, nutrients, etc.

Biological transmutation as used in nutritional therapy.

Balancing the “mineral system”, a very precise system of the way the minerals interact in living systems.  This has to do with biological transmutation, and is a clinical application of this science, along with others.

Mineral solvents used to enhance and reduce the levels of various minerals in the body such as calcium and others.

Use of structural minerals such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper and others to rebuild all body structures.

Honoring the timing and order of correction of all types of imbalances by withholding and giving only certain nutrients at any time, depending on indicators on a hair mineral analysis, or other methods.

Breaking ‘stuck’ patterns in the body to effect changes.

Re-education of the chemistry.  This may sound strange, but giving certain nutrients can favor certain biochemical pathways to re-educate and re-establish more favorable biochemical enzymes and pathways.

Pushback therapy, which is the intentional confrontation of problems with nutrients that will upset and alter imbalanced body chemistry.

Signaling approaches to healing.  Many are possible.

Methods to regulate blood sugar and sugar-handling, in general.

Nutrients and other natural methods used to promote mental/spiritual development.

Toxin removal methods.


Updating the minerals to promote healing.

Maturing the minerals to promote healing.

Karmic-related methods such as promoting retracing of past lives, causing purging suffering and pain with methods such as coffee rectally and some nutrient therapies that cause intentional reactions in the body.

Use of nutrients for empathic therapies.  This means nutrient use to help another person.

Restoring superior “weapons” to defeat certain infections and other disease.

Moving the body to a healthier pleomorphic state.




Increasing or decreasing chaos in the whole system for the purpose of healing the body.  This is based on chaos theory, a powerful and newer science of complex, self-regulating systems.

Therapies aimed at the autonomic nervous system and the voluntary nervous systems.

Balancing yin and yang in dozens of ways.  See the article entitled Yin And Yang Healing on this website.




Preparing a person for divine interventions that occur with a four lows pattern (Arcturian intervention), rocking pattern (angelic intervention), replacement of poor-quality magnesium and potassium (elf intervention), somatid rmoval, and others.

Cord and chain nutrition.

Nutrients used specifically to shift the emotions and thoughts.

Nutrients used specifically to masculinize or feminize.










Home | Hair Analysis | Saunas | Books | Articles | Detox Protocols

Courses | About Dr. Wilson | The Free Basic Program