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At Tree Of Life Holistic Wellness Center we will  use our unique skills, knowledge, and principles of naturopathic  protocols to provide  expert health education built upon a foundation of caring and committed  relationships.

Walking with the Plant Kingdom for a better way of living.

Throughout history herbs have been used for healing the human condition. Since the days of Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, who also was an herbal healer, plants have found their way into our homes and clinics around the world. The definition of an herb is simply any plant which can used for culinary, fragrant or medicinal purposes. Our focus at Tree Of Life Hoistic Wellness Center is educating the public on the historical applications of plants. Traditionally, herbs have been used to treat illnesses diverse as colds, flu, cancer, auto-immune diseases, wounds and the plague. The information we pass on here is used to increase public awareness and to simulate debate on the topic of health.
"I believe that the gentle, yet effective properties of plants can help to support the body's own restorative powers, by targeting the underlying cause of the condition. I educate on a variety of conditions but I always consider a holistic approach seeing every client as an individual."

Owners of Tree Of Life Holistic Wellness Center

Dr. Earendil M. Spindelilus D.N.M., M.H., C.R, PSc. D.. - Traditional Naturopath, Holistic Practitioner, Clinical Master Herbalist, Certified Nutritionist, Certified Reflexologist.
Doctorate degree in Natural Medicine.
Doctor of Pastoral Science and Medicine.
Board Certified Diplomate of Natural Medicine.
Licensed under the Pastoral Medical Association. License # L4318546
Reiki Master

Member of the American Council of Holistic Medicine.
Member of National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health
Member of the Pastoral Medical Association.
Member of United Plant Savers of America
Member of American Botanical Council.
Member of One Tree Planted.org
Member and listed doctor with the Physicians Committee for Reponsiible Medicine.

Trained in such areas as Traditional Naturopathic protocols, Clinical Herbalogy, Orthomolecular Medicine, Water Therapy, Nutrition, Homeopathy, and Enzyme Therapy, as well as others.  I have also been a lecturer/international author since 1999.

I have always had a deep and abiding interest in the Plant Kingdom. Even very young I loved the way the herbs held the mystery of healing within them and how I could learn about them. I traveled around the world learning from different cultures their own unique floras and how they incorporated them into the daily lives. With each new herb I learned how special the world is and how Nature supplies us with all we need. In the 1990s I decided to take my education further and enrolled in the School and Natural Healing, the College of Herbal Medicine. I graduated in 1999 with my Master Herbalist. I have also studied with the New Eden School of Natural Medicine where I completed my Doctorate in Natural Medicine. Shortly thereafter, We opened our first center . It has always been a great joy meeting with our clients. We are all meant to live a happy, healthy life and when we allow our body to perform it's innate ability to heal itself then this can happen. I am also a past board member of the Reflexology Association of California. I am also a published international author/writer of numerous holistic books and articles as well as a past host of a holistic radio show. I am an instructor with the School of Natural Healing where I teach a course on Practicum, relating how to run a medical clinic with patient case histories.

Doctors of natural medicine are a multiple disciplinary group of  Natural Health care professionals — Naturopaths, Homeopaths, Osteopaths,  Dentist, Holistic Medical Doctors, Chiropractors,
Orthomolecular  Medical Doctors and Eastern Medicine Doctors, among others who have  dedicated themselves to providing basic Natural Medicine health care  worldwide.
Doctors of Natural Medicine have met the standards as established by  the WHO — World Health Organization for the practice of Natural Medicine worldwide.


A master herbalist is a specialist in herbal medicine who can advise  people on what herbal remedies to use to resolve various health issues.
Clients will often employ master herbalists to advise  customers on the products they need to cure ailments naturally.
Herbalists, also sometimes called herbal practitioners are specially trained in the field of herbal medicine.
An herbalist  uses plants and other natural substances to improve health, promote  healing, and prevent and treat illness.

Herbal medicine, also called herbalism, botanical medicine, or phytomedicine, has been used for thousands of years. In Western civilizations, including the United States, herbal medicine is considered a type of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 80 percent of people worldwide use herbal remedies as part of their overall health care.

“Herbs are nature’s naturally concentrated pharmaceuticals that work simultaneously on physical, emotional, and energetic levels – nature’s green holistic pharmacy” – Steve Schechter, NP, HHP

PSc. D. – Doctor of Pastoral Science & Medicine
A type  of license that allows qualified practitioners to practice nautral  medicine for people across the country and into Canada.
The license is called Doctor of Pastoral Science &  Medicine or PSc. D.  It is issued by the Pastoral Medical Association  (PMA), a private membership association that grants licenses to  qualified practitioners to practice natural medicine for its members.
This is why registration for membership  in the PMA is so important.
Registration for membership in the PMA is FREE and is good for life, until and unless you decide to change it.

Peggy Spindelilus, Certified Nutritionist, Clinical Family Herbalist, Nutritional Herbologist, Farmacist

Peggy has always had an inborn ability to heal and to nurture. For years she remained a wonderful assistant helping me in the center. The clients have always responded well to her. After years of helping me she finally decided to take it a step further and enrolled in the School of Natural Healing, the College of Herbal Medicine. She has to date received her certification as a Family Herbalist. She has also received her certification as a Nutritionist. We are all very proud of her.

She is a also a past co-host of a holistic radio show. She is of the Cherokee Nation and is proud to continue her families native traditions at the center.

It should not be misconstrued to mean, imply or indicate that the
product or programs described here will cure anything, as no such claims are made. Only the body can heal itself. These nutritional suggestions
are not offered as a cure, rather, as aids to the body in reestablishing normal functions. The human body is very complex. Although each person is similar in general structure and function, each is also uniquely
different, responding differently to similar stimuli, therapies and conditions. What may help one person in a certain circumstance or condition, may not help another. This is also true with foods. A
particular food that may be nourishing to a healthy person may cause an allergic reaction in another. Each condition may also be unique.
Although thousands have had help from the natural methods described here, there have been and will be cases where destructive pathological changes are so severe, and the bodies own healing mechanisms so weakened, that the process of healing could be an extended process. Persevere, and your hard work will be amply rewarded.

I fully understand that the partners of, and Earendil M. Spindelilus D.N.M., M.H. C.R , PSc. D. Holistic Provider are not Medical Doctors, nor a PHYSICIAN nor a SURGEON and that they are not diagnosing, treating, or curing any disease.

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