I am a homeopath and frequently give people their homeopathic medicines in liquid form. It's essential to have clean bottles and droppers for this. You can buy individual bottles and droppers at various stores, but the droppers are often in a bin where they get pawed over by any person who sticks a hand in the bin. This will not do for homeopathic dosing. Bach bottles are properly prepared for use with the flower essences, and that is fine for homeopaths. These come with a nice stack of labels and a good-looking box, so you can put a professional touch on your homeopathic dosing. I keep a dozen of these on hand at all times. This is the best price I've found.
My husband had a stroke, and received a tPA ("clot busting" drug) in the emergency room. A tPA will indeed break down a clot, but if you get another one, you need another tPA, and they told me it costs $5000 to pop the cap on one of those vials. You can also hemorrhage from these drugs. I learned that nattokinase has the property of digesting clots for many hours, so now we include Nutricology NattoZyme in his daily regimen. As a heart transplant recipient, he has invasive tests done on a regular basis. After he is finished with a left or right ventricular catheterization, as soon as he's awake enough to swallow, I give him NattoZyme to protect him from clots that may have formed from the procedure. I'm happy with NattoZyme.
My husband liked the Cranberry Emergen-C, and was not pleased that it is no longer available as a single flavor. I convinced him to try the Cranberry Pomegranate, and he decided it was good, too. So, go ahead and jump out of your rut! Try the Cranberry Pomegranate, and throw caution to the wind!
Andy Griffith told the story of how he explained to George Lindsey the character of "Goober", who is a little dense and slightly off-kilter. Andy told George, "Goober is the kind of guy who would say, 'This is really good salt.'" Well, I'm here to say, this IS really good salt. There is a difference in salt from various places and various sources. I really like flake sea salt, and also like the pink Himalayan salt. Once you've tried a few types of salt, you'll never buy a container of Morton's again. But this salt is really the best salt I've tried. It's not as salty as other sea salts, and certainly less salty than the Himalayan salts. It's not quite pure white, which is nice. And it doesn't overpower the flavor of your food. Give it a try. You may become like Goober and me, and agree that this is really good salt.
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