Classes & Consults Now Available

We are excited to launch our first wellness classes and consultations! These are provided by women you have seen at present at our seminars, utilizing their expertise to give you the information you need to get well and stay well without hospitals.

Options include Immunity Support Zoom Consults, Nutrition Zoom Consults, and a Diabetes class starting November 1.

Learn more here

Our “Immunity Zooms” give you 1:1 consultation with someone who knows what she’s talking about, about the supplements and home remedies that will help boost immunity against… you-know-what.

Do you have diabetes? One of our consultants used to offer diabetes training at one of the big hospitals… the cost to the patient was $1200. You can receive the same information – the same 8 hours of content – for just $229. Onsite in Kelso plus Zoom viewing.

Learn more here

Interested in becoming a Well Washington Consultant? Just email Palmer at

Video from Today’s Presentation


Contribute to Scott Miller’s GoFundMe

Medical Freedom Petition

Rob Anderson spoke about the petition folks were signing in the lobby. Learn about it here: Clark County Medical Freedom petition

Wednesday 10am, 10/13 we are meeting at Chandelier Bakery in Vancouver to organize signature gatherers.

Tomorrow’s Workshop

Tomorrow’s workshop is sure to be informative. I will try to record it for those who are not in this area. Please reach out if you are interested in hosting or collaborating in other parts of the state. We are grassroots. Local co-hosts make this happen.

COMING SOON: We are ***this close*** to offering Zoom and in-person consults and classes on topics like diabetes management, nutrition and herbalism. This is really exciting because it will unleash all our wonderful, insightful healthcare practitioners to empower you outside the industrial system that has been trying to…. shall we say… dominate us? Stay tuned, and reach out if you are interested in becoming a consultant in your area.

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Your insight makes this happen! Please keep sending in links and resources. Even if I haven’t responded, I’ve heard. Email to

To the future,


Updates & Video

One of the amazing things about “grassroots” health is that we can share information with each other. Do you have a particular passion or interest, whether in something shared in a past workshop, or something of your own? Email us at We are working to add a catalog of workshops and classes so folks can dive deeper into the subjects that interest them.

About Vitamin C

Download list of foods for immunity

Mouthwashes/Gargles to inactivate SARS-Cov-2

Getting Ivermectin/HCQ prescriptions

The basic supplement protocol to protect against the spike protein. Get stocked up now!

Workshop Video & Updates

Video from our last workshop:

Next workshop: Kelso 4:30pm Thursday 9/30, 314 Academy (Republican HQ).

Ways to get an Ivermectin Rx

Protect you and your loved ones’ rights as a patient – if you have to go to a hospital. Details

All About Nebulizers

Herbalism win: Study demonstrates dandelions effective against COVID.

Medical Freedom Rally 10/3. This is going to be a big one. See you there.


In September 2020 following a review of the evidence, the WHO issued guidance not to use Remdesivir for people with COVID-19, as there was no good evidence of benefit.

WikiScamia, yesterday

Remdesivir is the only Food and Drug Administration-approved drug for the treatment of COVID-19.

NIH, today

You know those random rabbit holes you fall down, this time, about Remdesivir, the company that acquired it in March 2020, its anticompetitive practices, and the fact that it went from being unapproved to being the *only* approved drug for COVID. 

The phrase “follow the money” is always useful, but when you’re asking why certain drugs are forced on patients while others are denied during a “pandemic,” it takes on a whole new urgency.

5 Senses Healing

The mind-body connection is very real. We are only beginning to understand how our emotions, stress levels and mental attitude impact our gut microbiome, hormonal balance – and vice versa.

I experience this to a higher than average degree – most illness in my case is caused by stress of one kind or another.

I wanted to share some strategies for treatment when you can’t find a viral, bacterial or toxic cause for your illness and think it may have mental/emotional/spiritual roots instead.

The idea is to create an environment where you can observe how your thoughts may impact or even create physical symptoms such as pain.

Obviously step one is to create a peaceful space. Carve out an hour by yourself somewhere you can relax. No devices or media except music if desired. You must turn off the TV, put away the laptop and mute phone notifications.

Choose elements that appeal to you from the list below. Go with your gut when choosing. In all cases choose things that are natural and nontoxic.


  • Sit looking out at your favorite view
  • Use a meditation light app
  • Gaze at flickering flames – like a candle or fire


  • Soothing music
  • Meditation sound or white noise app
  • If outdoors, meditate on the sounds of nature that you’re hearing


  • Aromatherapy – use good essential oils or natural candles
  • Massage with natural blends
  • Nature smells great! Go for a walk at the beach or in a field, burn a fire
  • Smell and taste can be combined by simmering some broth or mulled cider


  • Wear comfortable clothes
  • Massage, either self or with a partner
  • Take a bath – this can combine with smell
  • Heat – sunlight, a heating pad, sauna etc


  • You don’t want to be chewing but you could have something like…
  • Tea or juice
  • Mints or candied ginger

What happens now?

Illness is upsetting. We want to feel better. So we start questioning, worrying, feeling fear or anger.

What if I can’t get Sam to soccer tomorrow. What if this is chronic. What if I have cancer.

These thoughts can spiral out of control pretty fast, and we often don’t even notice. Our inner narrative is aggravating how we feel.

So you get quiet and comfortable. Not to worry about the symptoms, but to calm the mind. Surround yourself with comforting sensations, a bubble of ahh.

Now that you are in your bubble, close your eyes. Breathing calmly, direct your attention to your symptom, or one of them.

Just look at it or consider it. Watch the thoughts and emotions that come to mind.

You will very likely judge whatever comes up. We experience psychosomatic illness because we’re ignoring our feelings or thoughts, so they manifest themselves physically to force you to listen to yourself.

So whatever comes up will probably seem stupid or irrelevant. You may be considering back pain and think, I am so tired. Or, you may feel resentment toward your husband.

Look at that.

Notice how the thought or emotion makes your physical discomfort better or worse.

Let yourself have the thought process, feel the feeling. Let out that weariness or resentment. This isn’t being “self-indulgent,” it’s being honest.

This is the equivalent of re-opening a wound that has started to close but become infected.

If you start to feel worse, just refocus on the comforting sensory things around you. Reflect on the smell, the sensation. Let it go. When you’re settled again just gently return to the pain and the emotion.

Don’t judge. Don’t censor. Don’t question. Just use the comforting bubble to hold you while you look this in the face.

Over time, things will start to shift. You’ll cry. You’ll make a decision. You’ll start stretching or moving your body. You’ll start taking to yourself. You’ll start praying.

You may not even be able to articulate what changed, because you may be processing unconsciously, but something will shift.

And when it does you will wish you had been kinder to yourself and done this before.