Flowers of Sulphur

Posted on Jan 08, 2013 under Uncategorized | No Comment

Flowers of Sulphur Powder, 16 oz (Sulfur, USP Grade)

The “Beauty Mineral” For Clear, Healthy Skin

  • Promotes clear complexion

  • Nourishes hair, skin & nails

  • Supports joint health
  • Here is how some people use sulfur.

    As I have mentioned in my book my family has a recipe dating back many years where we use sulfur powder twice a year with unsulphured molasses to purify the blood and keep you healthy.

    These are some other uses for sulfur. Sulfur is nature’s beauty mineral for healthy hair, beautiful skin & strong nails. In fact, it’s a vital component of collagen, the protein that helps skin maintain its youthful elasticity.

    However, this amazing mineral does more than promote skin health! The body uses Sulfur to maintain bone and joint health as well. It’s involved in the production of collagen, the principal protein of tendons and cartilage.

    Use Humco sublimed Sulfur with confidence. Our pure, USP grade Sulfur means it meets the United States Pharmacopoeia’s standard of high quality. Sulfur is an odorless, lime-colored, very fine powder.

    ALSO KNOWN AS: Brimstone, Flowers of Sulphur, Sulfur, Sulphur.

    Common use: Promotes clear, healthy-looking skin; promotes joint comfort; mineral detoxifier; skin care ointment (itchy skin, blemished skin).

    Suggested directions: To make ointment: Combine 1- 4 oz Sulphur powder, 6 oz Cocoa Butter and 1 oz Beeswax; heat together in covered pot on low heat for 3 hours; cool and use.

    Cut Fat

    Posted on Dec 28, 2012 under nutrition | No Comment

    One of the best ways to cut fat retention is by eating seaweed. I know that sounds gross. I grew up by the ocean and the thought is a little hard to imagine.

    However Annie Chun has a product called Sesame Seaweed Snacks that sells for a less than three dollars that delivers 35% of the daily recommended amount of vitamin a and 8% vitamin c.

    Seaweed contains alginate which has been shown to reduce the bodies ability to absorb fat by almost 75%.  Sounds good to me and for the price definitely worth a try.

    Detox in Minutes

    Posted on Jul 19, 2012 under old remedy | No Comment

    Love this recipe and it’s easy to do.

    This will help relieve sore muscles and if you have callouses on your feet it will help to soften the soles of your feet as well.

    Mix two tablespoons apple cider vinegar I like to use Braggs organic apple cider vinegar myself with 1/4 cup plain yogurt. Get two large square bandages self adhesive.  Put a thin layer of the mixture on the gauze side of the bandage and apply to the bottom of clean feet when you go to bed at night.

    Apple cider vinegar helps to re-balance your acid-alkaline ratio and draws out toxins while the lactic acid in the plain yogurt will help to soften those callouses.

    Japanese woman have used this for centuries ! The easy part is that it works while you sleep.

    Less Belly Fat

    Posted on Apr 26, 2012 under nutrition | No Comment

    In addition to helping you lose weight and reduce your midsection vitamin D also does the following.

    Did you know that taking 2,000 IU of vitamin D daily can reduce your risk of developing all cancers by 70%.  Isn’t that amazing? It will also reduce your risk of upper respiratory infections by 90%, arthritis 42%, multiple sclerosis by 40% and type 2 diabetes by up to 33%.

    These statistics are from among others the Journal of the American Medical Association.

    Vitamin D is a nutrient that once in the bloodstream is activated by the kidneys and turned into a hormone. This hormone level will be low if you do not have enough circulating vitamin D. Why is this critical? Because this hormone controls the the growth of cells.

    Not only does this control fat cells, but cancer cells as well. This hormone tells fat cells to get smaller. Especially belly fat.

    How exactly does vitamin D help belly fat?

    It promotes fat metabolism

    It drains fat cells

    It will suppress your appetite

    It will also increase muscle strength

    Multiple studies have shown that the higher your levels of body fat, the lower your level of this circulating vitamin D.

    Ask your doctor to test your levels. Be sure to ask for a “25-hydroxyvitamin D test”this test the circulating vitamin D not the active form.

    Herpes

    Posted on Apr 12, 2012 under Uncategorized | No Comment

    Summer is coming and many people have problems with cold sores.

    How do you prevent these nasty looking buggers? The medical community would have you believe that there is no hope and you are doomed to suffer the rest of you life. However that is not true there is a cure for the herpes simplex virus. Check out this site for more answers.    How to prevent herpes?,what is herpes and more.       http://bit.ly/herpesquestion .

    Check out this site for more information to your questions about herpes. http://www.herpesquestions.com


    cold and flu

    Posted on Dec 22, 2011 under Uncategorized | No Comment

    Botanic Choice Zinc A / C Lozenges 50 tablets

    I have been suffering and I mean suffering from a nasty cold and finally went to the doctor today. What did he suggest? Zinc! Yup something as simple as this little mineral I was missing and without taking nasty meds or spending a lot of money. So give this a try what have we got to lose. I will keep you posted on my results…….

    Hope you don’t get this nasty cold, but in the winter especially around the holidays we all tend to get run down. The previous Indian recipe I have to confess I only took once. It was gross. Give it a try if you are a trooper. I could not swallow the ginger and it smelled gross too. It may work great I was just too wimpy to stick with it…:)

    Winter Colds

    Posted on Dec 15, 2011 under old remedy | No Comment

    Today I’m trying this India remedy for the common  cold.  Combine 1/2 cup of water and 1/2 cup of milk in a pan and heat to a boil. Add 1tsp. minced ginger , 1 tsp honey and 1/2 tsp turmeric. Simmer for 2 minutes stirring frequently.

    Let cool and then drink. I know the ginger helps congestion and the milk and honey help soothe a sore throat. I will keep you informed on the results.

    Drink this twice a day until your symptoms are gone.

    Change of Season

    Posted on Sep 18, 2011 under Uncategorized | No Comment

    The change of season seems to bring with it a lot of viruses and opportunities for a cold or upper respiratory infection to start. What can you do? The most important thing especially for those of you that are busy is to make sure that you get enough sleep/rest and drink at least half your body weight in water a day.

    If you do manage to get sick take emergen c and if needed something like Mucinex to help keep the secrections thin and prevent you from getting bronchitus.

    Stay away from chocolate and dairy. This will just make it worse. Hope this helps.

    6 Natural Cures of Native Americans

    Posted on Jul 18, 2011 under old remedy | No Comment

    These were listed in First for Women, however I thought that they were worth repeating.

    1.Insect Bites- use Coneflower. Also known as echinacea it helps ithcy welts like insect bites. Dab it on twice a day and use the alcohol free extract.

    2.Brain Fog-use Sage.This aromatic spice has an antioxidant that helps keep the brain cells functioning at their peak.

    3.Skin Problems-use Pumpkin Seeds. The oil in these seeds reduces inflammation as effective as non-steroidal drugs. Plus they are rich in skin healing copper and zinc.

    4.Sleeplessness-use Passionflower.This herb doubles the brain’s output of serotonin which relaxes the nervous system.

    5.Heal Aches and Pains-use Yarrow. The indian’s use this to make a poltice. They brew the tea with water and soak a cloth in the mix and apply it to sore muscles.

    6.Constipation-use Cascara Sagrada. Sip a tea made from this herb. It triggers muscle contractions in the intestines. Do not use for more than one week.

    Rough Elbows

    Posted on Jun 29, 2011 under Uncategorized | No Comment

    Here’s one for rough elbows. This only takes a few minutes and can be done with items in your kitchen. Cut a fresh lime in half and top with salt. Rub your elbow as if you were juicing the lime with a twisting motion. The acid in the lime removes tough layers of dry skin. If you have sensitive skin than try using sugar instead of salt. Since it’s summertime get a big glass add the lime with some sour mix use the salt to rim the glass with the salt and have yourself a refreshing margarita…

    See this stuff can be fun!!! with or without the alcohol your choice….

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