Archive Year 2013 month 3

Kali Phos, also known as Potassium Phosphate, is the sixth cell salt of twelve.

Where is Kali Phos found?

It is found in all cells, especially the gray matter of the brain, nerves, muscles, blood cells and plasma. All oxidation processes use this. 

How can Kali Phos help you?


Kali Phos is especially effective for use with the brain and nerves. Someone who is nervous and restless will benefit from Kali Phos. Good for nervous exhaustion.


Kali Phos is great for sharpening the memory and brain fatigue. It can be used for those who are worn out following a heavy work or study period. Consider it a stress buster for students during exam time and those with mentally-taxing occupations, such as accountants and software

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What is Essential Oxygen 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide??  

It is H2O2, which is water with an extra boost of oxygen. Advocates of food grade hydrogen peroxide 3% claim it is the cleanest way to clean....everything! 

The 3% concentration is very important. Avoid a concentration any stronger than this unless you know how to properly dilute it. The "Food Grade" label is also important.

What's In Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide? 

It is Certified USDA Organic with no heavy metals--free of sodium laurel sulfates, chlorine bleach, pesticides, fluoride, glycerin and alcohol. It contains 3% hydrogen peroxide and water.

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Portobello's are the vegetarian's steak!  But even the meat-eater will enjoy this recipe. 

The thick, meaty texture of the portobello, combined with the quinoa and nutty flavor from the walnuts are an absolute must try!  I made this recipe for dinner last night and I can't decide what I like best about it.  From the balsamic vinegar marinade to the cranberries and walnuts, each flavor adds something surprising and delicious to the overall taste.     

Another plus...quinoa is the only grain that is a complete protein source.  Since quinoa tastes great as a leftover, pack any leftover quinoa mixture for weekday lunches.

Cleaning Tip for Portobello's: 

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Cell salt #5 is associated with the color WHITE:  White tongue, White mucus, White pus. Kali Mur is the fifth of the twelve cell salts.

Where is Kali Mur found?

It is primarily found in muscle, nerve, blood and brain cells.

How can Kali Mur help you?

Without the right balance of potassium chloride, fibrin, which is the clot former/coagulant, cannot be made, broken down, or kept in proper solution in the body.  A state of fibrin deficiency shows up as a white coating on the tongue or in white slime or phlegm via mucus, blisters, or scaly skin eruptions.  Kali Mur can be a great cleansing agent.

It makes sense Kali Mur is useful in the treatment of all inflammatory or catarrhal conditions such as everyday colds, coughs, bronchitis and chickenpox, measles, burns, leucorrhea (white blood cells flowing

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Fever, Blood loss, Anemia, Nose bleeds? Try cell salt #4! Ferrum Phos is the fourth of the twelve cell salts.

Where is Ferrum Phos found?

It is primarily found in the blood.

How can Ferrum Phos help you?

This widely used salt is THE principal first-aid remedy due to its oxygen carrying capacity and related anti-inflammatory action. Fevers are treated most effectively using Ferrum Phos, especially in the acute stages.

Anemia and its associated fatigue as well as bleeding are other common indications for the use of this particular remedy.  Some sources comment on this remedy having the ability to slow or stop abnormal hemorrhage and bleeding. External bleeding can often be stopped by sprinkling the powdered cell salt on the wound. Remember that Ferrum Phos can be helpful in practically all illness especially during the

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Is it March already? Wow, yes it is! It's NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH! 

This year's theme is EAT RIGHT, YOUR WAY, EVERY DAY

The theme encourages personalized healthy eating styles and recognizes that food preferences, lifestyle, health concerns, and cultural and ethnic traditions all impact individual food choices. 

Today, in particular, marks Registered Dietitian Day! 

RD's play a critical role in helping people eat right, their way, every day. I enjoy real, unprocessed, fresh food and apart from my every day eating routine,

here are a few of my favorite Healthy Good products...

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Skin Ailments, Wounds, Infections, Pimples, Foot Odor? Consider Cell Salt #3! Calc Sulph is the third of the twelve cell salts.

Where is Calc Sulph found?

It is primarily found in the skin.

How can Calc Sulph help?

Calc Sulph is an important remedy for skin ailments and wounds that are slow to heal. This remedy has the ability to improve the structural integrity of the skin while also controlling the production and discharge of pus which is thick, yellow and lumpy. 

If there is exudate or discharge from any part of the body from bronchitis, acne, boils, abscesses or ulcers, this remedy may be very helpful in cleansing the system and ridding the body of these infections.

Consider using this remedy at the first sign of a new infection or after colds, it helps clean out a lingering, thick, croupy morning

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Don't CELL yourself short!! Use CELL SALTS instead! Calc Phos is the second of the twelve cell salts.

Where is Calc Phos found?

While it is found in all cells and fluids of the body it is considered the primary builder of bone tissue.

How can Calc Phos help?

Calc Phos may be a terrific remedy for bone disorders and healing, including osteopenia and osteoporosis. Aids conditions with structural stress, growth, or weakness, such as the elderly who are suffering from symptoms of decline.  

Calc Phos (along with Mag Phos) may be very helpful for the treatment of cramps and spasms such as back and neck pain, menstrual cramps, etc.

It is often used frequently for weak digestion, stomach aches, and poor assimilation of food and nutrients.

It is best to remember this is a remedy for feelings of overall'

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Don't CELL yourself short!!  Use CELL SALTS instead! Calc Fluor is the first of the twelve cell salts.

Where is Calc Fluor found?

Primarily in the surface of our teeth and bones. It contributes to much of the characteristic hardness of our teeth and bones while also keeping many other tissues soft and flexible such as our blood vessels, muscles, connective tissues, and ligaments.

How can Calc Fluor help?

It is best to remember that Calc Fluor is responsible for tissue ELASTICITY. This cell salt offers fundamental healing support for tissues in an overly relaxed state---worn out, flabby, and lax. Problems like muscle/tendon/ligament laxity or weakness, stretch marks, hemorrhoids, varicose veins,'

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Benefits of Lavender Oil

3/1/2013 8:01 AM

 What Is Lavender Oil?

A plant native to the Mediterranean, lavender (Lavandula angustifolia or Lavandula officinalis) gets its fragrance from the essential oil found inside its flowers. In aromatherapy, lavender essential oil is often used for its many healing properties.

The Benefits of Lavender Oil

Although lavender essential oil has yet to be extensively studied in clinical trials, research suggests that lavender-based aromatherapy may help with these conditions:

1)  Anxiety

Thought to help calm the nervous system, lavender helped ease anxiety among a group of adults shown anxiety-provoking film clips in a 2009 study. According to the study's authors, lavender appears to act as an anti-anxiety agent under conditions of low anxiety, but may not be as useful in'

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