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Just What Is Good Health?

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In order to survive, each and every cell needs voltage. Cells need voltage to maintain themselves, to gather new raw materials for making new cells, to repair any damage from injuries, and to remove toxins from the body. If voltage is too low, cells do not have enough energy to run all their processes. When there isn’t enough voltage, toxins build up, causing fatigue and pain. Therefore, having enough voltage is a basic component of good health. Where do cells get voltage? The ultimate energy comes from the sun, which we need too. Cells get...

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Germ Theory vs Terrain Theor

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As a biologist, I was taught and taught for many years about the Germ theory. Louis Pasteur published a paper in 1861 stating that germs are the cause of disease. Western medicine picked up on Pasteur’s Germ theory and today it is a basis of Western medicine. It is generally accepted that one gets disease from microbiota, or germs from fungi, bacteria or other pathogens, parasites and viruses (although viruses were not included in Pasteur’s original theory).  Modern medicine isolates each microbe to identify it, to see how it grows, and...

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Charlie Horse & Cramps

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If you ever get a charlie horse or a cramp in your leg after doing some kind of exercise, or just because, there is a simple solution. It’s a very easy fix. It just takes 4 pills of the cell salt Magnesium phosphate and add to a mug of hot water. Take a sip every minute or so until it is gone or gotten cold and voila! The cramps are gone too! This works great for muscle cramps, stomach cramps, spasms of any kind and even for menstrual cramps. I like to keep it in my drawer in case anyone needs it while at work.  What are cell salts? They...

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Traveling & Motion Sickness

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Although there seems to be a little less travel this year, there are still many people who are taking shorter trips by both car and air during the holidays. Often they are affected by motion sickness. Here are a few thoughts of how homeopathy can help when traveling.  First, if you feel a little anxious, anticipating that upcoming trip and what will happen before you travel, you know what I am talking about. You have an uneasy feeling in the pit of your stomach and you are just not your calm balanced self.  In this case try...

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Deciphering Coughs

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What do you do when you come down with a cough? In homeopathy, it doesn’t always matter why you have the cough, but more importantly it matters what type of cough is presenting. By this I mean, how does the cough sound? When did it start—is it more in the throat or the chest? Is it part of a cold or the flu? When does it occur—when mostly lying down or after eating? Is it dry or is it croupy?  There are many homeopathic remedies to take for many different kinds of coughs. To simplify it a bit, we will start out with a remedy that will stop a...

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What to Take When Traveling?

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Sometimes when you get up in the morning you feel just fine. As the day goes on all of the sudden you feel tired or run down. You start sneezing, have a runny nose, or scratchy throat. You feel like you are getting sick. Sometimes you just can’t back home fast enough to retrieve a remedy to stop an ailment. Even on short trips, there is an easy way to carry a small packet in your bag or backpack.  This is where Coldcalm comes to the rescue, and is easily kept in your bag.  Coldcalm is a homeopathic remedy for the very first signs of...

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Plantar Fasciitis

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While we are in the midst of social distancing and self quarantining, one of the few ways to get out is to walk. You can still be out in nature and generally be away from people. But what happens if your foot becomes so sore, you cannot walk? It starts out as a cramp in the arch or the heel of the foot.  Then in the morning you wake up and you can hardly put any weight on your foot. You hobble to the bathroom, and after a little while, with a little bit of stretching it feels better. It settles down and you soon forget it happened. The...

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Temporal Tap for Emotional Release

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Do you ever feel like you are under an emotional cloud and you just can’t seem to snap out of it? Sometimes a dramatic event or grief can keep our emotions stuck in place so that we can’t separate what is caused by the emotions and what is our real life. The more we try, the more enmeshed they seem to become. When this happens there is a simple way to check in with the body from Applied Kinesiology, known as the Temporal Tap. First you want to come up with an affirmation of what you would like to experience. This can be something like…”I am...

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