About the Author

I am a specialist in Stress Management and Author of the book “Relax Into Success” and “21 Ways to live a Stress Free Life in Only 21 Days”

I am the kind of person who wakes up at 5AM and walks 5 miles or goes to the gym every day. Then doing a 1/2 hour of yoga, 1/2 hour of Qi Gong and 1 hour of meditation. I am also a great nature photographer helping people see God in the details of life.

I help people put rituals into their lives and encourages them to put family and their inner connection to their soul’s purpose first. Once that happens like a magnet great abundance, health, and prosperity is drawn to you.

It can’t happen any other way—once you become truth — great truth is drawn to you!!!

You have the power and the knowledge — all you need is to know you CAN!

Love, Care and Support,

Paul Haider

32 Responses to About the Author

  1. Subbu says:

    Paul, I came across your site today and it appeals ! Keep going!

  2. Gilat says:

    i found your site a few days ago. and i can’t stop reading it since then.
    I wanted to ask you about herbs that are good to take when you have hypothyroid . i am taking syntroid and i really want to reduce my pills or help with my situation.
    Thanks in advance.

  3. Vee says:

    thank you so much for your article on “floaters” – i just recently got one in my right eye, went to doctor and she scared me half to death saying i’m now at risk for retinal detachment. Yipes! i’m going to try your suggestions and then TRY to relax.

    • paulhaider says:


      Eat lots of green leafy veggies… chard, collard greens, and other greens they are good for your retina.

      At Your Service — Dr. Paul Haider – Master Herbalist

  4. Morris says:

    Hi Paul,
    Excellent article. I was hoping you could help clear some confusion i’ve been having with leaky gut. You mention to take herbs like slippery elm for instance. Isn’t it possible for this herb to leak into the blood, & thereby create an immune response leading to more inflammation? From my understanding, slippery elm is not digested by our body. I ask you this because i’ve been refraining from using various supplements (slippery elm, marshmallow root, bentonite clay, etc) for this reason..
    Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    • paulhaider says:


      I have not seen this happen over the last 25 years – nothing is impossible but so far I have not noticed this happening.

      Your Humble Servant – Dr. Haider – Master Herbalist

  5. hi paul im a 53 year old woman in ireland ive always eaten healthy and excercised im 5ft and 7&a 1/2 stone (dont know what thta is in kg) ive hypertension, depression also IBS not very nice can you help me with sumac and also chronic asthma xx

  6. i just want receipes for that spice its supossed to be so good for you??????

  7. lallousx86 says:

    Hi Paul,

    Nice and inspiring work.

    Are you Lebanese?


    • paulhaider says:

      Thank You Elias,

      My father was from India and my mother goes all the way back to the Mayflower landing in the New World.

      Your Humble Servant

      Dr. Haider

  8. Z.Sadiq says:

    You’ve got suchh an uplifting blog, I happen to have stress and anxiety issues, perhaps you could help me 😀 Whattaya say?

  9. Lina says:

    Hi Paul, I came across your page as I was researching H Pylori that I have recently been diagnosed with and been put on the 3x antibiotic and niacin therapy. I have been suffering with the symptoms of extreme hunger for years now, which led to anxiety and depression. The Doctor’s answer to it was to put me on SSRIs and Benzos. As I am reading H Pylori’s symptoms, I am finding out that many of my concerns over the years might be very well related to HP.
    I would love to hear your thoughts on this and how I can support my digestive system.
    I appreciate your time.

  10. Rhonda Ave Vivares says:

    Hi Doc Paul,
    I count blessings as often as possible.
    A BIG THANK YOU for being one!
    More Power!

  11. jojie says:

    i just want to thank you for your write ups regarding kerson fruit, im not familiar with its scientific name,i need to research more if it is the one we are calling “manzanitas” in my dialect.if it is the one, oh i will be very happy and thankful i maybe knowing.im interested to know very well abt herbal plants and its uses.happy to know if it is the one.thank you for your contribution.god bless.

  12. Vicki Jo says:

    Hi Paul,
    Just came across your site. Sounds like your in the groove! Have too long of a personal story to go into but I agree with what you said about magnatism. I’m excited about how our understanding and enlightenment happens in a series of steps and growth is not always easy. Sometimes there’s a struggle for truth. But I think when one genuinely desires and seeks wisdom then it will be revealed to them. I’m happy for you and happy that you are able to express the journey and pass it on to others! I was trying to open up some of the headings on your site but they didn’t open? Maybe you can help me with that?

  13. Vicki Calloway says:

    can it be fatal Drinking soursop tea while taking prescription medication like gabapentin for pain, bladder medication ect.

    • Hi-Vicki – I recommend you talk to your doctor – they will know all the ins and outs of your medication – Many Blessings My Friend – Dr. Haider – Master Herbalist

      I don’t take amy medications so I would not know.

      Dr. Haider

  14. Anna says:

    Hello, Paul! Than you so much for such a useful article! May I clarify several details reg. chlorella? If it helps in case of adrenal fatigue, does it mean that chlorella helps to boost adrenaline level in blood? And do other algae have such an effect?

  15. Sanjay jain says:

    i found your site just today and i can’t stop reading.
    I wanted to ask you about herbs that are good to take when you have ascitic with damage of lever. I am taking some ayurvedic medicines as well as allopathy. Detail report being sent to you through mail. Dr’s hands up and adv for lever transplantation. I really want to reduce my pills or help with my situation.

  16. Lynda Scott says:

    What would you say is the best way to deal with upper respiratory issues? Thank you.

    • Well we would need to do a consult… this will take 60 to 90 minutes on the phone or Skype so we can understand your challenge better … I recommend a $50 donation for consults… let me know if you are interested.. Many Blessings My Friend… Dr Haider 😀🙏🏻❤️

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