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Eytons' Earth Discussions / Re: Grit in clay
« on: April 04, 2021, 06:29:55 AM »
Understood, thank you! :)
Rebecca

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Eytons' Earth Discussions / Re: Grit in clay
« on: April 03, 2021, 04:38:36 AM »
Dear Jason,

Will zeolite, diatomaceous, or charcoal sink to the bottom together with the grit if I shake my mixture and let it sit for a while? I wonder whether I'm throwing a lot of the good stuff away along with the grit from the clay by hydrating, mixing and letting all four binders sit all together in one jar.

Have a nice weekend!

Rebecca

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Hi Jason,
do you ever recommend a liver cleanse, the type where you fast and drink epsom salts...
Thanks!
Rebecca

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Eytons' Earth Discussions / Re: Grit in clay
« on: February 08, 2021, 05:07:20 AM »
thank you! :)

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Eytons' Earth Discussions / Re: Grit in clay
« on: February 07, 2021, 05:35:07 AM »
PS just checked Argiletz's offering of ultra ventilated clays and they have white clay (kaoline), red clay, green clay, yellow clay, ghassoul...Which would be the best for internal use? Is Illite ok to drink?...I seem to remember reading that it doesn't swell up like other clays in one of your articles.
Kind regards,
Rebecca

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Eytons' Earth Discussions / Re: Grit in clay
« on: February 07, 2021, 05:27:46 AM »
Thanks a lot! I usually shake it and let it sit for a few minutes but probably not long enough, only 10 minutes or so,  so I'll try 30 mins tomorrow. The water on top does not contain much clay at all, it's only slightly cloudy. And next time I'll buy the hyper ventilated, good to know!

btw, is it ok to create a dry mix of zeolite, clay, diatomaceous earth and charcoal, keep in a jar and hydrate the whole mixture together for 24hours?

Kind regards,

Rebecca

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Eytons' Earth Discussions / Grit in clay
« on: February 06, 2021, 03:13:12 PM »
Hi Jason,
I currently drink a mix of zeolite and Argiletz finely ground green illite clay in the morning. I hydrate it 24 hours before drinking (2 teaspoonfuls). I shake it and let it rest for a few minutes and then drink the water. However I still find it rather gritty. Is it the Argiletz clay? I know it might not be the best for drinking purposes but I can't seem to find any of the ones that swell up here in Europe. Argiletz is the main brand. Any advice?
Thanks!
Rebecca

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Chronic Ilnesses / POTS - Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome
« on: March 31, 2020, 11:01:37 AM »
Dear all,
I'm just wondering whether anyone has any experience with POTS (Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) and is willing to share...
thank you!
Best, Rebecca

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Red Light LED Therapy / NIR / FIR / Saunas / Head in or out of sauna?
« on: March 02, 2020, 02:51:11 PM »
Hello all,
Is it best to keep your head out of the sauna when trying to heat your body up as much as possible, such as in a tent sauna? So far I've only used my tent and have kept my head out of the sauna, but I was looking at showers that can convert into steam saunas for small bathrooms and wondering whether anyone has any experience with these. And if so, do you manage to heat your body up as much as when you can keep your heat out?
 thanks!
Rebecca

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Physical Exercise & Physical Therapy / Re: Wim Hof breathing & ice baths
« on: January 31, 2020, 02:27:01 PM »
I guess it's harder to do in the desert and in warm climates, you really would need a lot of ice and it would melt immediately! I have a lot of resistance to going in the cold water, especially if I'm already cold from exercising outdoors in the cold, I find myself finding little tasks to do like the washing up, which suddenly needs doing, until I realize my mind is playing games with me, and go straight in!
I haven't been doing the warm showers afterwards or sauna, because I'm trying to get my body to produce brown fat; it appears that it's good for you... but really I'm happy just not to be fighting a cold all the time, even though your advice about olive leaf works wonders!

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Physical Exercise & Physical Therapy / Wim Hof breathing & ice baths
« on: January 31, 2020, 12:10:04 PM »
Hello,
Has anyone else tried the Wim Hof breathing method and ice baths? I am having great experiences with the breathing exercises, I find that they genuinely help reset my mind and give my meditations a kick start. I'm also appreciating the baths (started with showers, moved on to baths now). While it was difficult initially to get my head round taking a cold shower, I don't dread the cold as much as I used to and don't feel as cold in winter, and more importantly, I haven't been sick since I started taking them! I also exercise out in the cold in shorts and a short tshirt. Initially, when I started all this, I wasn't sleeping well, but now I sleep like a log. The main benefit is a calmer and more resilient mind! And second benefit, not getting sick (not sure how long this will last, touching wood!). I was experimenting to help someone, and it turns out I'm the one that has really taken to it, and the other person too now! (helping with depression). It's so easy, you don't need any equipment, just a bath or shower (or barrel you can fill with water) and a pair of lungs.

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