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Re: It's not easy being green... (answer) Re: blue dye concern Re: tttt

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Re: It's not easy being green... (answer) Re: blue dye concern Re: tttt

Couple thoughts:

1) We have 2 roomies, live in a huge old farm house together. During a little family meeting, one of the roomies said it bugged him that I didn't wash the blue-green paint out of the sink but he hadn't bothered to say anything. But-I'd been cleansing. I haven't painted in many months. I was perplexed by this. Then, many weeks ago, I was doing a strong back-to-back coffee enema and on my way back to the floor, noticed some blue-green rings on the counter. I moved my ball jars and to my shock - when the coffee solution was drying - it turns this wacky aqua green! Huh...and I thought it was one of the boys letting their shaving cream dry in the sink so I HADN'T said anything. hee - I'm sure hopin' that's what it is and not some blue stuff schleffing off the tubing.

2) I seem to remember your posting about this months ago (the itching thing). If your histamine response is high - your adrenals are likely involved as well. We know parasites & liver are definitely players, but make sure you're not ingesting something you're having an allergic reaction to. Maybe a small something you didn't think was an issue and poof - you're on a histamine time frame. Now - thing is most parasite folks (especially Hulda) say that any twitching at night, et al - is indeed caused by parasites. But - also look to your laundry soap. If your bed sheets have been washed in an ingredient you're aggravated by - that's a good thing to look at. Get some green laundry detergent and wash your bed clothes in super hot water with white vinegar a few times. See if that doesn't make your skin feel better. If it doesn't - then I'd say it's safe to say that you're primary culprit is parasites. I think I remember that you did smear coconut oil on your skin, right? That's anti-parasitical as is sesame oil. Try going between them. You definitely wanna work inside the body, then outward but if clay (drawing skin mites/other skin irritations) and anti- parasite oils doesn't help then yeah - get hard on killing those parasites.

Good luck!!

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