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Published: 11 years ago
 
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Re: Sadly ended


I have never heard of these terms before,

( microbial systemic dysbioses
candidiasis/colostridium difficile over-growth
microbial elements
SOEF's , subtle organizing energy fields )

can you explain?


I can't remember the last time I blended greens, though I did chew on some parsley and look at parsley at a supermarket today thinking about the quantity needed for blending them to make a potent green juice. I've suffered from Depression for a long time and this seemed to switch my mood. Happiness has fueled my blood to a fever pitch, so I haven't needed it the past couple days, yet my mind remembers it and plans for it.

But now that you mention this about subtle fields of living force, it makes more sense to just grow it and make it last.

What do you think about the gallbladder or Liver Flush and using a cup of oil to push out stones ? I've never tried it, but if i tried it, i would probably eat massive amounts of potato chips just to make myself sane again. A salt water flush with added potato! Then a hot and sour soup cleanse! I think sitting naked in the snow would make a better remedy, honestly. Not that I would suggest it. And beneficial bacteria seems sketchy to me too. Better to solve the problem at the source. Maybe Australia could tame their snakes and leave the mongooses alone.

Your commitment to living foods makes a lot of sense. I look forward to hearing about how it goes. I feel connected to a similar direction.


 

 
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