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  1. I usually use coconut oil. sometimes add calcium carbonate and peppermint oil. spit it out in a cup not the sink to avoid clogs in drain.
  2. Epson salt baths will help the detox. Also apple cider vinegar is good for reflux.
  3. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  4. It was "The brain Book" by Dr. Perimeter --can't find my notes but I know I posted several places about this. He was very good when I heard him speak.
  5. I found that post-It is under B-12. Ifound that post under B-12.
  6. I believe it was a book about the brain ( I posted somewhere ?) he said celiac's develop white matter in the brain that looks like ms. I will search it if you want.
  7. I have been taking the sublinqual B12. I have the tingling sometimes in my toes. Was researching it www.Weston A. Price Foundation last night. LindaLee
  8. It's the only sweetner allowed on the healing diet I am on-haven't bought any yet. LL
  9. Sophie, I just got the cluster of blisters on my left hand. It is not oozing. Do you still get yours? I haven't had these in ages. Thanks, LL
  10. I used to get them. Itched like crazy. Went to dr. but that didn't help. Mine got so bad had to get my ring cut off(swollen). I just figured it was nerves. My husband was very sick and controlling. LindaLee
  11. Carla, have you tried eliminating sodium laurel sulfites? I did and mine are almost gone. I also get small red welps on my back and chest after shampooing w/ it. LindaLee
  12. Just took that out of the cupboard. I have several I am afraid of. Thanks. LindalLee