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Wormwood, Clove, Clarkia, Turmeric, Epsom Salt, Uva Ursi, Goldenr...

Hulda Clark Cleanses
Wormwood, Clove, Clarkia, Turmeric, Epsom Salt, Uva Ursi, Goldenr...

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Re: ** Product recommendations

Hello Kevin,

Get on to the internet and type in Grain and Salt Society. You will find everything you want to know about the very BEST in Sea Salt . There is also a most excellent book by Jacques de Langre on Seasalt that is really indispensable reading. I think that you will find it available through the Grain of Salt.This Society is in no way connected with CureZone.It is useless to buy any hand harvested Seasalt that isn't dried in a particular way. And always always always when you receive your precious salt...dry it in your oven for 5 minutes at 200C(400F) . Do this because Seasalt harvested and dried in the correct way needs sterilising as it is dried out in the sun with seabirds flying around.

To your other probably all depends in which country you live. as to the convenience of on-going purchases.As far as I am concerned you can do no better for flaxseed oil than to buy it direct from Waihi Bush Organic Farm. You can find them on the internet very very easily. They are in New Zealand. Their flax oil is grown and produced in the ultimate pristine would be impossible to buy a better product.

Í do not know about the other oils you mention, but I was going to have a look into hemp oil which has none of the traditionally thought of side effects! I use a minimum of organic olive oil, but I do not trust the production of any of it quite frankly as it is rarely kept in the optimum conditions after its manufacture even by health food stores or indeed the manufacturers! Always it should be stored in very dark glass bottles and stored in the dark in a fridge. It rarely is. Incidentally you have to be very very careful about the flaxseed oil too as it is the oil which goes rancid the quickest...even only after a very few hours from manufacturing. Be very very careful.

Regarding soap !!! What a maze this is!! I ask you ...what IS soap??!! What is natural about any soap?? However, the nearest I have come to a natural soap is I have considered making the soap after the way Hulda Clark recommends and adding my own herbs or oils that I like. I have made up the borax solution she recommneds as a liquid soap...that seems to be perfectly ok. I also use her recommnded mix of 50% borax and 50% washing soda for washing clothes and washing the dishes. It works so well and the coltes come out smelling fresh and clean and so soft, especially if you are able to dry them out of doors. I have also dumped ANY sort of toothpaste and use the following which leaves a really refreshing taste in the moth leaving the mouth feeling lovely and clean...put a small quantity of baking soda in a small glass of warm
spring(if possible for you) water and dissolve it. Dip in your toothbrush and use. Rinse the mouth with a small glass of warm salt(Celtic or very similar)water and gargle with it too. It will feel GREAT besides doing a great deal of good.

Good luck with all this Kevin.

Kind thoughts and love...pass it on...

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