> I think it is well known on how crystal can be used to concentrate white
I've had limited experiences with using large quartz crystals. They
did seem to help with EMF tolerance, but I also found them somewhat
agitating so I stopped using them.
> 1) Omega 3 oils, etc; Avocados & olive oil; Salmon oil
> 2) Calcium
> 3) Potassium
> 4) Low carb diet
> 5) Detox: Chic seeds; Active-H; Immunocal (my own favorite); SpringLife
> 6) Raw fish & beef (previously frozen)
For me, I've used all sorts of things, but the things I've done
continously for years are:
carrot juice, avacados, dates, bananas, apples, quinoa (cooked),
olive oil, sea vegetables, Active H-, Cellfood, EMF protection
devices (various), beans/rice, avoidance of wheat, meat, sugar,
As for chia, these were definitely helpful for my EMF tolerance,
however I recently took them in for EAV testing, and the tester
thought it was stressing my heart too much, so I discontinued it.
> >From: "Marc Martin" <[hidden email]
> >Reply-To: [hidden email]
> >To: [hidden email]
> >Subject: Re: [eSens] polarizer poll
> >Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 10:02:18 -0700
> > > Anyone know where I could get one of these in Australia?
> >Supposedly, the ones sold at Bioharmonics.com are energy balanced,
> >making them superior to the standard polarizers offered elsewhere.
> >Since I've only used the ones from Bioharmonics, I can't say whether
> >or not this balancing makes any practical difference. But I do
> >believe they ship around the world.
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