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ambigram

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About ambigram

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  • Birthday 01/02/1947

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    San Jose, Puerto Rico
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  1. OMG, I love this product! So, not to repeat myself, you can read my full review here. I aslo include how I make it yummylicious!
  2. Ok, I am about to give you, perhaps the most detailed response yet...there in only one other..lol! Let me pull out my handy pocket herb guide. Burdock root: Therapeutic Applicatons: abscesses, acne, boils, carbuncles, blood disorders, cancer, canker sores, chicken pox, colds, constipation, eczema, fever, gout, hemorroids, herpes, blood sugar disorders, posion ivy, posion oak, psoriais, tonsillities, tumors, gallbladder disease, liver disease, weak immune system Complementary agents:
  3. Just finished posting a response to Honey's forum (Candida=Acne) But, briefly will restate it. Check out my favorite product here. As I stated in my previous post, candida feeds off of sugar but also protein. So, if/when you do this detox (I've done it twice so far...never fails) then don't eat dairy or meat during the detox. My CHC remmended this as well as consuming a boat load of veggies, fruits, grains, and 3 liters of water each day. I didn't feel hunger and was still able to take/teac
  4. Just finished posting a response to Honey's forum (Candida=Acne) But, briefly will restate it. Check out my favorite product here. As I stated in my previous post, candida feeds off of sugar but also protein. So, if/when you do this detox (I've done it twice so far...never fails) then don't eat dairy or meat during the detox. My CHC remmended this as well as consuming a boat load of veggies, fruits, grains, and 3 liters of water each day. I didn't feel hunger and was still able to take/teac
  5. Yes, Yes, and Yes! It is my life's work to learn spiritually, mentally, and physically. They are truly interconnected. Sometimes, when emotionally I am at floor-bottom, I need to begin with the physical: taking long walks or remembering to breathe can jump start my emotional recovery. Sometimes, if I am physically dogged with insomnia, illness, etc, I must remember to look beyond myself to the beauty around me and form that spiritual connection (for me, it's most likely rocks! trees! bu
  6. I started this topic because after a couple of days reading numerous entries in this forum, I didn't notice (could have missed it) the other two components of "holistic" health and nutrition, i.e. spiritual and mental health. Why is that? Perhaps I am the lone solider on this one, but it is imperative that we consider their roles in the body's functionality and well-being. More specifically, all three (spirit, body, mind/emotions) are dependent on one another, e.g. cyclical and, again, all th
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