Natural Medicine
William S. Eidelman, MD

  Clinic Hours: 12-5pm | Tuesday-Friday


  1654 Cahuenga Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028

Medical Cannabis: Gateway Herb To Natural Medicine

Pursuant to the Compassionate Use Act, also known as Proposition 215, Dr. Eidelman will consult with patients who have serious illnesses or conditions for which cannabis provides medical benefit. If you have a serious illness, and can prove it by presenting prior medical records or the name and phone of a physician who can verify it, you can become a patient of Dr. Eidelman.  Read More >

Nutritional Medicine

Natural cures for cancer?

Natural cures for heart disease?

Natural cures for almost all diseases?

Better ways to a positive state of health?

Better ways to age gracefully and healthfully?  Read More >

Energy Medicine

The Body is a liquid crystal.  As obvious as it might seem to young folks, to older folks, it is against what we were emphatically taught.  We were taught the body is electrochemical, not electromagnetic.  That was the dogma, and for most today, still is.  Read More >

A Revolutionary Breakthrough In Treating Nicotine Addiction

A revolutionary treatment for nicotine addiction is here, now. Cigarette cravings are dissolved in minutes. I've tested this on about 8000 smokers since July, 2006, with a shocking success rate: 94% of the time the craving and any idea of a cigarette disappeared, melted, evaporated. 6% of the time they could still mentally want a cigarette, but the physical craving was completely gone.  Read More >

Dr. Eidelman's Blog

The Mindfulness Miracle

Mindfulness started out as a Buddhist meditation.  It is now also a psychological method of its own, growing in acceptance so much that even Anderson Cooper reported on 60 Minutes about his own positive experiences.

To be “mindful” means to be present in your own being right now.  At the most basic level it means feeling your body from the inside, being aware of the breath as it goes in and out.  When one is in the body like that, there is a different feeling that is hard to explain.  If you just did it, you know.  Now do it again, go back and feel yourself in your body.  You will of course go in and out.

Usually, people are lost in their minds, thinking about the past or the future, and are not present to themselves at all!  They are also not present to people and situations around them, living in “Automatic Pilot” while they are thinking about the past or future.

We get ourselves stuck in unconscious, habitual patterns, run in “Automatic Pilot,” while we’re somewhere lost in the inner space of the mind!  Because we’re not paying attention to ourselves.

Even right now, if you shift your attention from just reading this, to reading this and feeling your whole body, and feeling the breath going  in and out, and you do both at the same time, you can feel there is a difference in your state of mind.  It is expanded from your head alone into the whole body.   This is a different state of consciousness.  It is an expanded state of consciousness.

Usually, when people use the term expanded state of consciousness, they are referring to something hypothetical, since they’ve been always stuck in what seems like the ordinary, normal state!  Or some people will be thinking about something like the inner part of the outer five senses.  But the initial most important starting point is the body.  One should be present in the body.  It is here where mindfulness starts.

In the past, teachers of mindfulness/meditation would recommend that you set aside 20 minutes (once or twice a day) up to an hour a day, where your activity is devoted to mindfulness/meditation.  The long term goal has always been to integrate it into one’s daily life, so that it becomes your full time state.  In the past, this was a luxury.  Now it is a necessity.

Now, my recommendation is that you have some signal that you can easily give yourself that will remind you throughout the day to come back into your body, to feel yourself, to be present.  By remembering 20 – 40 times a day to come back into yourself, into your body, into your bodymind, you can become mindful.

Right now, people are rarely if ever mindful.  It takes some work, practice, and attention, but the rewards are worth it.  In fact, the rewards can be miraculous!  On any and every level, if you become mindful, everything will improve.  Stay tuned, we’ll be continuing this conversation!


Welcome To My New Website

I’m glad to have a more modern, easy to navigate website.  It’s still in the early stages, and will doubtless grow and morph.  I’ll be explaining and introducing new, old, and wonderful ways to stimulate the healing process.  We have ways of melting pain safely.  Stay tuned! I hope you’ll come back often and checkRead More

Gluten-Free: Miracle for Some People

Gluten-Free:  Miracle for Some People

Gluten-free is the latest buzz-word.  Some think it’s the latest fad.  Some think gluten-free is a healing miracle, because the modern gluten is toxic for many or most people.  I happen to be in the last group. I’ve been hearing about the dangers of wheat (to some people) for many years, but the evidence isRead More

About William S. Eidelman, M.D.

I've been in the natural healing field for over thirty years. I've traveled all over the world, and have seen and heard almost everything! I've learned a lot about natural ways of healing the body, the mind, and the spirit, which I hope to share with you. I believe that these approaches to healing and to prevention and to awakening can be a boon to each of us, and to the country as a whole.

Currently, I work as a consultant in natural approaches to healing. The main treatment modalities are herbs, nutrition, bioelectromagnetism, and meditation. As you'll see on other pages of this website, these modalities are yielding amazing, paradigm-shifting, life-saving, health-giving, feel-better results!


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