You live on an island of course. No marketer ever gets to you, nobody can influence you and you do not fall for any gimmick.Oh, they've taken the con a step further I see. Radiowaves are around us all of the time - just place your router next to the bed to get the same [-]non[/-] affect...
Try a few things? Like lying on an overpriced bed, whilst an over-paid con-artist places over-priced rocks from his garden on my back to relax me for the over-priced radiowave therapy con?You live on an island of course. No marketer ever gets to you, nobody can influence you and you do not fall for any gimmick.
Live a little. Try a few things.
Oh don't lie about my feet now, my porcupine! You agreed that they passed the grade. This disinformation campaign will be brought to a sudden and abrupt halt if you are not careful!!!!I saw pics of your feet. You're beyond redemption anyway. Rough!
Why don't you just buy the detox pads from DisChem and do it at home? Or do you feel like just getting away?Basically referring to those treatments where they put detox pads under your feet and behind your back and then connect it to some device with radiowaves, S ... err, I mean, DJK.
Oh don't lie about my feet now, my porcupine! You agreed that they passed the grade. This disinformation campaign will be brought to a sudden and abrupt halt if you are not careful!!!!
Look, the idea of some radiowaves detoxing my body is ludicrous in my eyes - any proof that this has some scientific basis? I know that The Schumman resonance affects us, but a radiowave is at such a high frequency I just don't see it doing much apart from it possibly being detrimental. Effectively, they are doing radiotherapy on your organs if they claim to be targeting them, otherwise if they are not targeting organs or parts of the body, then they must be bullschitting!!!!
I don't buy into all of this new age hippie crystal ball pranic healing rubbish!
And plenty of fibre as well so you can schit regularly - that is the point isn't it?you want a health detox?
cranberry juice, grapes, salmon, special k... and no smoking, alcohol or coffee...
try that for 5 days.
And plenty of fibre as well so you can schit regularly - that is the point isn't it?
Blu - do you have regular bowel movements or are they somewhat erratic? Your schit is key to the type of detox you should be on. Is it solid or runny? Smelly or like roses? This all factors in to what detox you should be on...
No she isn't strangely enough...Your latest lay, err, I mean, girlfriend, may be interested in having this discussion.
Salt water has been used for hundreds of years as a detox - now the commercial yoga companies are cottoning on to it. We can soon expect health/detox salt-water with added electrolytes going for R250/litre...There's a yoga "treatment" called Shankhaprakshalana which entails the use of salt water and poses to cleanse your digestive system.
It's quite a process but well worth the benefits.
As a matter of fact, no. That is not the only means for toxins to leave the body.No she isn't strangely enough...
What's the problem with discussing it? You want to detox, and well know that means you will be schitting plenty for a while. Besides, its all natural at the end of the day - I do it too - in fact I had quite a rewarding schit this morning. I felt somewhat detoxed after that as well...