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Grassroots Holistic Health was created to foster global healing on all levels of existence which encompass mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Our focus is to foster respect for all religions and principles that honor marriage, family, children, elders and our ancestors, to encourage the elimination of vulgarity and lower self-interaction with each other and to create leadership within ourselves that promote service to each other with the highest of integrity. To provide information regarding various holistic healing and medicinal remedies for all illness and to provide information for a proactive life style that offers preventive health practices. To invite a diversified group of holistic health specialist and doctors as guest speakers along with authors of books devoted to health issues and remedies. For those of you who would like to have a health supplement to assist in maximizing your health we offer popular supplement with ingredients from the Himalayan Mountains. Baba Wesley Gray is a lightworker, and as such,will not tolerate hateful comments or profanity from any guest or caller via any medium. Let us work together to spread universal love and healing. Are you interested in being a guest on Grassroots Holistic Health? Email us here and we will get back to you. For more detailed information, please visit the following site: www.worldwidehealthandwealthmovement.com Disclaimer: Callers must be at least 18 years old. All information shared is for entertainment purposes only. Note that Baba Wesley Gray does not personally endorse any quest or their products/services and will not except liability for anyone's action in any matter. As with all areas of life, it is recommended that you do your own research and consult with a licensed medical doctor.

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