Re: also... by freeatlast ..... Ask CureZone Community
Date: 2/11/2007 6:08:52 PM ( 14 years ago ago)
I have been consuming a LARGE amount of hempseed oil and flax oil (both organic). I sometimes take the oils in combination with Lecithin as I feel it increases the effectiveness of the oil in making it water soluble. I have seen a huge improvement in the softness and texture of skin. Now it's almost never dry (with exception to scalp). I also use extra virgin coconut oil topically.
To adress SqueakyClean's suggestion of digestive enzymes, I used them for a month and didn't notice any difference. For some reason, I'm conviced about the "grain theory" and how it inhibits the absorption of zinc. This would explain the skin problems and white spots on nails.
"Liquid, freely flowing, EFA-containing oils are REQUIRED for healthy skin. W3's make skin soft and velvety. The best way to oil our skin is from the inside, using liquid, flowing, unrefined w3 and w6 oils found in foods."
On that note, I listened to the radio talk show on the Iodine support forum, and learned how Bromine can solidify or thicken oil. I believe it was olive oil in the case study. Anyways, I'm wondering if the oil will be more effective when used in combination with Lugol's solution. Maybe my scalp IS getting the EFA's it needs, but they're not liquid, freely flowing EFA's due to the bromine thus plugging it up from the inside causing dry scalp, dandruff, and dry brittle hair.
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