I was curing myself with no cost. I lived a relatively normal life as it's only limitations were more or less bothersome symptoms which were getting milder over time. Compared to the time when I used prescriptions to shrink polyps in my nose, breathing comfort was obviously less, however, I didn't complain as this type of healing process requires fortitude and patience when the disease is in an advanced stage. Gratification is definitely delayed, although it differs depending on patients. This is the only drawback that I see in healing by forces of nature, but looking at the whole package - relatively small, after all.
Not having to give up anything that I like doing, eating or drinking (except for products that increase inflammation in the body), I lived a normal life and still noticed changes for the better in my health every day. I saved lots of energy without having to think about chasing doctors, making appointments, waiting for the date of the next surgery or checkups, thinking about how much of my medicines I had left and if maybe I needed a new prescription, as well as worrying about what happens if I can't get it, especially in the coronavirus pandemic, uncertainty of the future was at play here. I had my own doctor and nurse 'on board' who optimally set healing parameters for me and monitored my health 24/7. Now that I understand their language after years of communication errors, I know how to follow my internal doctor's orders and maintain good health.
Healing by Force of Nature