Naturopathic & Plant Medicine; Religious Exemptions

Naturopathic & Plant Medicine; Religious Exemptions

November 6, 2020
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Why this petition matters

Started by Angelica Craig

Currently, In Texas there are no religious exemptions protecting families of faith, color and responsibility from the dangerous practices of allopathy, or western medicine. 

Medical treatment should always be holistic in nature for infants and children.

Holistic treatment is gentle, harmless, hypoallergenic and without any negative side effects. 

To promote a longevity of health and wellness for my children, natural medicine is our first line of defense. 

Currently in Texas there are only laws to incriminate people of faith, color and responsibilities when it comes to child safety. 

Child Protective Services are being called in on people of color too commonly when it comes to care of a child. In Texas State hospitals, doctors are abusing the rights of patients and their parents by not communicating properly alternative treatment options. This is a sign of  inequality. 

According to Pew Research, in Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, West Virginia, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Oregon there is a lack of constitutional protection for a families' religious liberties.

Child Protection Services were called in on my family, and I was accused of medical neglect while we sought alternative treatment options for our infant. We received care from a Licensed Professional Women of Color out of pocket, without medicaid. 

As it is in the beginning, so shall it be in the end. 

It is NOW time for naturopathic medicines, holistic medicine, functional medicine, and all ayurvedic medicine, as primary medicine. 



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Signatures: 38Next Goal: 50
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