“Brayden was always a very healthy child. I think she missed two days of school kindergarten through 7th
grade. She was very active as a child being involved in many activities from dance to basketball to raising
and showing livestock. Brayden was always the girl everyone wanted to be around.
In about October of 2011, my daughter had her first seizure, although at the time we didn’t know what
it was because she didn’t have the typical Grand Mal. She was a junior in high school at that time. We
called them “episodes.” They came more and more frequently as the months passed. When it happened
Brayden would basically become unconscious for a short time and described it as a shaking sensation in
her brain. She would have to go home and sleep the rest of the day each time. It got to the point where
every time my phone would ring I’d panic.
We were tossed from doctor to doctor and Brayden went through test after test over the next two
years. Her involvement with friends and school took a huge hit. And her ability to perform up to her
potential on the court was impossible. Her vision was blurry and her reaction time was delayed. She
would have headaches or weird pains always on the left side of her body. Her short term memory was
diminished. She would forget that she wrote a paper for school and rewrite it or she would see herself in
pictures and not recall being there. Doctors tried seizure drug after seizure drug but all they did was
make Brayden feel foggy.
Despite all of this Brayden still wanted to play college volleyball so badly but was beginning to be
realistic about this possibility.
In the summer of 2012, a neurologist in Denver, Colorado put Brayden in the epilepsy monitoring unit at
the University of Colorado Medical Center. After a weeklong stay we were told she was having complex
seizures from an injury sustained during a car accident her sophomore year. The doctor put her on a
very low dose of Lyrica, another seizure drug. She said this one wouldn’t make her feel so foggy but she
was wrong. After one week of being on it Brayden put her foot down and said, “No more. I’d rather have
the seizures than feel like this every day.” This is the point in which I knew as her mom I needed to find
another option for her and look for more of a homeopathic route.
Some friends told me about a guy in Laramie, Wyoming that used energy and bio scanning. I took
Brayden there and she had some short term relief but after a year she was still having the seizures
although not as often.
My niece and nephew recommended Heilkunst with Allyson after having awesome results with their
daughter. During Brayden’s very first consultation with Ally we knew we were with the right person.
Brayden felt so drawn to Ally and was very comfortable talking to her. It was amazing how much she
knew about Brayden and her condition.
Brayden has not had a seizure for eight months and progressively just keeps feeling better and better!
She is a sophomore in college now and playing volleyball!! She’s the captain of her team.
Not only does Brayden feel better physically but also emotionally. I’ve seen her become more confident
and she has a better outlook on life. When my phone rings now I don’t panic but I smile when I see it’s
her. Allyson and her Heilkunst treatments have brought my daughter back to her whole self.
I’m forever thankful!”
~ Brayden’s Mom (With Permission)
Please note: Brayden suffered seizures shortly after having received a series of three Gardasil HPV shots. Here’s two more posts we wrote on this unethical and deleterious practice and how it is stealing the health of our young girls.
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