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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 01 Apr 2010, 12:51

Good info Haudenosaunee...thanks for this as it is interesting to me.

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Post  seraphim on Fri 09 Apr 2010, 04:24

Hi ya'll, aren't essential oils heavenly, they smell so darn good, I can't help but program myself! I do all kinds of things with them. If you like citrus and sage, you might like bergamont, Blackbird! The body tells you what it needs doesn't it and those smells are very balancing for women.
Have any of ya'll here smelled ylang ylang before??

If I didn't mention before from testimonies, peppermint oil used with massage oil is real good for pain as long as the person isn't sensitive to essential oils. Oh, Swerdlow said that plants may induce people, well of course they can be used for brainwashing, but if you use them on yourself and know what you are doing if they are toxic then they are very beneficial. I will find out his list of plants.

This line here is pure and very potent, Gary Young the founder, had an interesting story, guess someone didn't want him to use the medicinal oils, but his company made it. He has some interesting mixtures.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 09 Apr 2010, 07:40

However, on the other hand, using Bechamp's philosophy of pleomorphism, we should treat and stabilize the terrain and the germ will go back to its normal, symbiotic state.
I like this approach
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