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Designed to clear toxins from the large intestine 1 teaspoon Epsom Salt (magnesium sulphate) or Celtic sea salt : Dissolve this in 1-2 ounces/50 ml of warm water. Drink as a shot and chase with 4 ounces/125 ml of fresh citrus juice Intestinal Cleansing Fast: No solid food through out this time. 1 teaspoon (heaping) Read More

The main function of the gallbladder is the storage of bile, which is formed continuously by the liver, but is delivered to the small intestine only after meals containing fat and protein. Bile producing areas are present throughout the liver. The pathways that carry the bile to the gallbladder do many things, including serving as Read More

Follow this until sugar balance is re-established. Always use organic products when available. Get plenty of exercise and regular rest. PROTEIN: Red meat: (3 ounces/ 85 grams) three times per week minimum. More if desired. Also as much as desired of: Fish, poultry, raw nuts and seeds, soy products (except in females with imbalanced estrogen), legumes Read More

This month-long cleansing process is a very powerful way to help restore normal function to your liver. The citrus punch is loaded with fresh Vitamin C, rutin and other key cleansers. The strong astringent action it has on your liver helps it to squeeze out toxins. It is best to juice your own citrus, as Read More

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What is Meditation? There are as many opinions about this as there are grains of sand on the beach. Here is my definition: Meditation is any focus that brings one into complete presence now. The consequence of now presence is internal stillness. The consequence of stillness over time is limitless manifestation. The consequence of knowing Read More

Kinds of upset: whiny, teary, angry, scared, worried, sad, insecure, traumatized children or adults, tantrums Main Remedy: Bach Rescue Remedy: available in drops, crèmes, and lozenges Whether the upset is purely emotional or in conjunction with a physical trauma a couple of drops of Rescue Remedy under the tongue, diluted into water to be sipped Read More

Oil Pulling Healthy Issues this will Help: gum, mouth and dental issues, whitens teeth, clears bad breath, chronic sinusitis, asthma, allergies, fatigue, headaches, joint and back pain, PMS, chronic skin issues, blood sugar issues, chronic digestive issues, chronic inflammatory issues  How does one do oil pulling? Use any good raw, organic oil. I like Olive Read More

Urinary Tract Infection Main Symptoms: frequent urination, painful urination, smelly urination, dark or cloudy urination Main remedy: Apple Cider Vinegar Cocktail 8oz pure filtered water 2 Tablespoons organic apple cider vinegar 1 teaspoon local, raw, organic honey (manuka honey also good) Dosage: Drink 3 - 8oz glasses per day.  If symptoms are not better in Read More

This started out as my top ten shots!!! So many great memories Read More

You have to love the Chinese attempt at making the common sign more enlightening and multi-lingual. This makes me wonder what our signage translations look like to eye of the native speaker....Oh Wait!!!! We rarely put our signs in any other languages...what does that say about us Read More

The variety and color variations on the common insect here are incredible. Almost like being on another planet. Enjoy Read More

Our train ride was uneventful. We rested, watched TV on our computers, read, ate one last “very” Chinese meal and then woke up in Beijing. We booked a traditional hutong style hotel called The Beijing Soluxe Courtyard Hotel. For an inexpensive 3 star hotel, it was lovely. Very close to the subway station with a Read More

Here are some of my favorites from Kailin's photo shot with Renato. It was a fun few hours....Renato you are the best Read More

This month began with both a high and a low. We both finished and fluffed our forms, but we were both sick. What started out as sore throats and sniffles turn into a full blown flu and cold combination. We don’t usually catch things but the whole school was sick: Chinese and Foreigners. I was Read More

Beauty: thy name is Wudang: There is so much beauty here. I will let these flowers tell the story Read More

April began with snow melting and us finally making the climb (20,000+ steps) up to Golden Top from Nan Yan. We have wanted to do this since we arrived last August, but our knees and general fitness were not up to it. I am proud to report that we did the walk that Master Guan Read More

We arrived late and spent the night at a hotel near Wudang Gate. No one is allowed up after around 6pm. The next morning was spectacularly beautiful, and not as cold as we expected. We did a bit of shopping: bought a rice cooker, as it will be nice to have more food options, and Read More

Our journey began with a very early 5 hour train ride to Poiphet, a border crossing town into Cambodia. There is only one train that runs the route, and it is a local train. This means the amenities are minimal. We spent our time sitting on straight back, wooden bench seats that gave a whole Read More