Mya Raichyk is one of those gifted young people who always knew she wanted to be a writer as well as taking care of and understanding the fascinating characters of cats, studying herbalism/homeopathy/rawfoodism and real world skills that are meant to produce major improvements in living. Data collecting, risk analysis, and hands-on projects were ubiquitous in home edu graduate level work, documented at the Center for Independent Graduate Home Edu organized by goals and interests of each member of the Center.
A significant focusing point came in which one little companion, Loyal Sir Butterscotch became deathly ill, requiring 1 oz raw calf liver and ocean fish force-feedings every two hours around the clock to support his struggling life, while SAMe and B12 and grass did their work, rebuilding his liver. For weeks on end, all because of a vaccine. The detoxing of the vaccine's wreckage held even one episode of a herxheimer reaction and a need for dealing with a bloody abscess. But Sir Butterscotch made it and he was deliriously lively, removing bandages and leaping into one lap after another. The die was cast.
Life led to more learning, as is seeable in our naturopathic portfolio of cases. On the studies side, she worked through Dr Andrew W. Saul's online course on MegaVitamin Supplement Therapeutics. Which led to acquiring a library of orthomolecular text books, subscriptions, working with local veterinarians on experimental protocols, adding holistic therapeutics, oriental/energy medicine and realizing that oxygen support was missing, unless she added hyperbaric chamber technology. By now, having seen the range of problems where this missing technology fits into wellness care, and analysing the difficulties encountered by those wishing to try it for self-care in fellow members of facebook groups doing mhbot, is providing many accumulated experiences. You can also visit her MeowRescue website for adventures in cat rescuing as well. And not sick, halleluia .