Disclaimer and Terms UPDATED


Please read my Disclaimer Read to End.  NEW POLICIES 5/25/18

The information provided by the client to Ronnie Allen is kept strictly confidential and will not be distributed to any other health care professional, networking organization, publication, mailing list, or anyone seeking information on said client. I understand that Ronnie Allen will not discuss my concerns, and/or personal issues with anyone. If my question is posted in the Q&A section, my identity will not be revealed.

If the client wishes his/her own health care provider to have a copy of any report, a formal release will have to be signed to waiver Ronnie Allen’s responsibility in any causes and effects.

Ronnie Allen is not a medically licensed physician therefore the suggestions and recommendations made by her in regard to crystal and gemstone therapy, Tarot reading, nutritional supplements, light & sound therapy, Bach Flower Remedies, Aromatherapy, meditation techniques and rituals (Angels, Spirit Guides, Goddesses) are not a substitute for prompt medical attention.

These are tools for you to use to provide relief from stress, as you work to increase your mind/body integration. The result desired is to gain control over your life so that you can self-heal. It takes time.

Do not stop seeing your own health care provider. Do not stop prescribed medications. Ronnie Allen will not be responsible for the misuse of her suggestions and comments or for the relief or lack of relief of symptoms.

Healing and medicine are two different things. No claims of prescriptions or “cures” can legally be made.

No methods taught by Ronnie Allen are for the purpose of diagnosing, treating, alleviating, mitigating, curing, preventing, or caring for disease in any way whatsoever. This would be outside the scope of Natural Health & Life Science.

In the Resources section the links pages, are link partners with me. Please be advised that you are using their services by your own accord, and it is not a personal recommendation by me.

Some of the practitioners I know and use their services personally. Some have been referred to me by practitioners I know, but I am not personally familiar with their services. Some have responded to my postings, and I don’t know them at all. It is your responsibility as the client to decide with whom you work for your own healing needs.

Terms of Service

I hereby release Ronnie Allen from any or all liabilities or claims of whatever nature that may result from any healing report, verbal or written or from my failure to pursue medical remedies for any physical ailments I may have.

I acknowledge that I have not been dissuaded by Ronnie Allen from pursuing prescribed and appropriate medical care.

I can verify that I am over 21, and that my credit card is in my name.

I acknowledge that it is my responsibility to decide which practitioners and links I will pursue.

I acknowledge that if I e-mail Ronnie Allen with a healing question she will decide which ones will get posted on the website and which ones she will answer personally. It is her discretion which ones she will choose to answer.

If you agree please continue and enjoy using my website. Feel free to e-mail me with any questions you may have regarding any of the healing modalities I practice.

Another note. I’m a firm believer in working with a practitioner who ‘walks the talk.’ The picture of me above was taken a couple of weeks ago, and I’ll be 70, on June 9th. Follow someone, listen to someone who has what you want. You know what I’m saying.


This is a short post regarding GDPR compliance, which came into effect on 25 May 2018. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, deadlines and facts

GDPR is a regulation that requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. And non-compliance could cost companies dearly. Here’s what every company that does business in Europe needs to know about GDPR.

Companies that collect data on citizens in European Union (EU) countries will need to comply with strict new rules around protecting customer data by May 25. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is expected to set a new standard for consumer rights regarding their data, but companies will be challenged as they put systems and processes in place to comply.

Compliance will cause some concerns and new expectations of security teams. For example, the GDPR takes a wide view of what constitutes personal identification information. Companies will need the same level of protection for things like an individual’s IP address or cookie data as they do for name, address and Social Security number.

That being said, any cookies on my website are there for normal website functioning. These cookies cannot be switched off because the website would not operate without them. However, it is my understanding, these identifiers do not store any personal data.

When you leave a comment on a WordPress blog, such as this one, WordPress will automatically store your Gravatar image, your comment, your IP address, and your email address. I would only use this information to contact you when we have a giveaway on the blog. Leaving a comment is considered a definite intention, as defined by GDPR, providing me consent to store this information and permission to contact you in the future.

Please be rest assured your personal information will not be sold or shared with any third parties under any circumstance. If you wish your information removed, please contact me privately.

If for whatever reason you do not agree with the above, do not leave a comment on this blog.

I do not currently maintain an email list nor do I send out a newsletter, but you should pop by periodically to see if any changes have occurred.

Here are some other Resources you might find helpful if you have questions about GDPR: