We are in the “Age of Aluminum”, this according to a lecture by Dr. Chris Exley, PhD at a January 2011 vaccine safety conference in Jamaica.
A common expression among those who deflect aluminum’s toxicity issues is that aluminum is prominent throughout the earth’s crust.
What they fail to mention is that aluminum (Al) wasn’t widely bioavailable to humans until the latter part of the 19th Century when it began to be mined for creating metals and medicines.
Now we have aluminum appearing in cookware, wrapping foils, beverage and food containers, underarm deodorants, tobacco, over the counter (OTC) and prescribed medicines, and as adjuvants in vaccines.
Al is highly reactive with other chemicals and creates antigens to stimulate immune system antibody responses in vaccines. But the mechanics of these reactions are not understood by Big Pharma.
Dr. Exley, has been focused on aluminum biochemical mechanics for two…
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If people ask me what do I do to have relaxing moments after stressful & chaotic day, one of the answers I would say is “ soaking in hot tub”. Not just tub filled with hot water, but aromatic salty hot tub, aka essential oil + Epsom salt. I exclude the bubbles because it triggers my paranoia, remember many horror movies in the tub scene? –smile- I want to be able to see clearly what is in the water … Ha!!!
Soaking in a few cups of Epsom salt can ease aches and pains, calm the nervous system and soothe muscle strains, also has been known to relieve bruises, athlete’s foot, and gout. Magnesium sulfate is a natural mineral found in the water. When the Epsom salt dissolves in water, the magnesium sulfate is absorbed through the skin and restores the body’s level of magnesium which helps body produces serotonin, a chemical within the brain that creates a feeling of calm and relaxation.
The key here is Magnesium. It is an important mineral that regulates the activity of 325 enzymes in the body, reduces inflammation, helps prevent artery hardening, helps muscles and nerves to function properly. ( source: Massage Therapy Journal )
You can buy Epsom salt with essential oil blended into it, but I use the regular type and make my own blend oil for aromatherapy. By doing this I know the quality of the oil. Mostly I use only lavender, simple and never fails me. Put 2 cups of salt into hot tub and add 10 drops of essential oil or more if you prefer stronger aroma. Avoid Epsom salt baths if you are sensitive to sulfur. Always use caution, as skin sensitivity, skin rashes, allergic reactions and respiratory distress may occur in some individuals. Enjoy !!! – Health is a treasure –
ps: I recycle the water for my garden to avoid unnecessary waste of water 🙂