Its been a while since I been here, but I still do the detox baths regularly. I love them, they work for me big time. It took a while to get upto the dosages and times you say is ok, but I feel the benefits every time I do a bath, which is 2-3-4 times a week.
My diet too has been effected by your words and i usally avoid too much acid foods.
and i dug a vegetable garden after getting a refractometer, it is covered in green manure at the moment.....bring on spring time!
I have been discussing these baths with some other friends and one of them has some questions that I’d like to ask you if you could help or understand.
[quote] Would your Askmoreless guy know why I cannot tolerate epsom salts or magnesium sulfate in any form at all? My biggest mercury problem is blood sugar control and insulin resistance, for which magnesium is supposed to be key. I have low Mag and high Cal (ratio of 46) on my hair analysis, which according to Cutler lines me up nicely for blood sugar problems - I think I am close to diabetes. I am desperate to avoid this, hence the need for magnesium, which apparently slows the flow of insulin.
I have some magnesium sulfate cream, and some magnesium chloride oil, and every time I use these my blood sugar just becomes a basket case, with big crashes a few hours later. If I am as deficient in magnesium as my hair analysis indicates, I would have thought my body would be craving it. But if I try applying the cream or oil, it is just a disaster. I already supplement with magnesium citrate, taurine, B6 - all the things that are supposed to help the body hang onto magnesium - as per Cutler, but thought I could boost things with the cream / oil.
The thought of having an Epsom Salts bath is just out of the question for me - this would doubtless be a disaster.
I used to do the Himalayan salt baths before my adrenals gave out - they were good, and would give me a clear head the next day. I daren't do hot baths now - my adrenals are too weak.
Any insight on the magnesium thing would be great - it is such a puzzle for me.