Santa Fe Living Treasures ‚Äď Elder Stories

Six months after Hazel had been declared a "medical reject," doctors couldn't explain her remarkable recovery. Her kidney was healing, and " ... there wasn't even scar tissue in the lungs," she recalled. "I hadn't taken any medications. The heart condition had cleared up. At that time, no one knew anything about electrical energy in healing, and certainly nothing green as part of it. Spinach, at that point, was our commercial source of folic acid. No cell can be rejuvenated or rebuilt without it."

As her quest for wellness continued, Hazel became a doctor of naturopathy. She earned chiropractic certification, studied homeopathy, and received a doctorate in comparative religions. Hazel arrived in Albuquerque in 1968. She didn't advertise. She didn't solicit. She didn't distribute any information, yet many people sought her counsel.

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