This conversation is worth paying very close attention to. It has many astonishing reveals, about common mineral deficiencies and things like irritability and quarrelsomeness, all the way to arthritis, osteoporosis, depression, insomnia, bone spurs, ADHD, and more.
I am considering writing, in 2018, strictly on health and healing matters as I continue to attempt resurrection of my own collapsed health, and find a strong urge to share what is working and what clues I find along the way. I find all things pertaining to minerals fascinating. I am always drawn to them. Just a warning–I am also, of late, completely obsessed with activated charcoal. The color, first of all. It is so black you actually can’t see it. Like the black in the horse’s pupil in that poem by…aaargh. Who do I mean? Russian. I’ll find it. I have a sinus infection and am even more forgetful than usual. I have had today: One glass of charcoal, one glass of Bentonite Clay, one clay bath, and some vegetable broth. Sea Salt and tea tree oil Netti pot for 3 days has not resolved sinus infection. It’s bacterial, right? Last night I also ate 2 blurbs of chopped garlic in honey.
These are the kinds of situations I think are actually important. How can you help a person, yourself, say, who has a sinus infection, with what they have at home?
How can people on low income get their mineral levels up to par?
Things like that.
Above all: How does “nutrition” affect the soul? Why did they find elevated manganese in the hair of 100% of serial killers tested?
Why did the rats Dr. Olson mentions in this video like each other again–enough to once again sleep in a single pile– when they got calcium?