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Say Good-Bye to Illness

I’m reading a book called Say Good-Bye to Illness by Dr. Devi Nambudripad. It is packed with information to help people take control of their health, get off toxic medications, and eliminate many common medical problems. Dr. Nambudripad is known for her allergy elimination techniques, also referred to as NAET. She has devised a drug free, natural solutions to eliminate all allergies, including those so severe they cause anaphylactic reactions.

Here are some of the natural cures she recommends:

Coriander strengthens the nervous system, glandular system, and sinuses

Lemon rind and rice strengthen the lungs

Pepper strengthens the heart and circulatory system

Ginger root strengthens the stomach

Brown sugar strengthens the spleen

Dandelion leaves strengthen the liver

Coconut oil strengthens the gall bladder

Turmeric and cumin have antibacterial properties and can help clean the small intestine

Rock salt rejuvenates the kidneys

Lemon leaves strengthen the bladder

Pomegranate strengthens the large intestine

Garlic is a natural antibacterial, antiparasitic, and antioxidant.

This is a very small selection from the book and I recommend reading one of her books yourself. I will continue to share little gems as I come across them.



Do You Know Your Horses’ Rate of Breathing?

A horse at rest should take around 10-20 breaths per minute. During intense exercise the rate will rise to between 120-180. A cool down is essential to allow the time the lungs need to release toxins, exchange gases (carbon dioxide) and take in fresh oxygen.

Make sure to never make your girth so tight that it restricts the expansion of the ribcage. Sports massage can help relieve stress and trigger points around the ribcage, which will allow deeper breathing. Massage also helps increase circulation, relax the nervous system, thus also allowing deeper breathing.


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