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Re: Australian's with Morgellons
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Published: 16 years ago
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Re: Australian's with Morgellons

Hey Bunty,

Just thinking about you, glad to hear all is quiet down under. My skin is doing better as well. I need to get more Iodine while I can. I understand it is going to be taken off the market here as well. I know I will still be able to get it at the feed store, but that is not lugols. I'm am going to try to get a script from my doctor. I wonder how that will go over, I wonder if they will still sell in the pet stores for the salt water fish tanks. Might check that out over there, it is the same stuff says Lugols and all on the bottle. What's up with everything being taken away? Iodine seems to be a part of why so many are so sick, so just when we figure this out off the market it goes. I remember when I lived in America, I guess it is the brain fog, I don't remember moving. There is always the underground.

North Carolina was really nice, such a change from here. The weather was a welcome break from the Florida heat it was in the 50s a couple of nights. The mountains are like being in a fairy tale if you are used to living in Florida. Went hiking as much as I could, my knees are still giving me some trouble so not as much as I would have like to. Went to a Hot Springs a town named after the hot spring that is there. It is kinda a funky resort with separate hot tubs where the water from the springs is piped in. The water was great, really helped with the skin and I got a deep tissue massage. I also was able to go on a horseback ride in the mountains, we were at a walk most of the time. Once my horse stopped to eat something and everyone else went ahead so I got to trot for a small distance. Wasn't supposed too, but couldn't resist. Also we crossed a small river which was pretty neat. Looked for wild herbs, only two I was sure of yarrow and mint. Yarrow is one you should look into it is supposed to be good at stopping excessive bleeding. Good for womens complaints and skin conditions. Also my husband's little dog ate rat poison, had to take it to the vet. The vet gave it a shot to make it throw up and gave my husband vit K pills to help with clotting. The rat poison is a blood thinner. From the Health Builder Vitimin K protects against hemorrhaging and helps the blood clot properly. Good sources of this vitimin alfalfa, spinach, kale, and carrots.

I have a back molar that has a silver crown that is giving me trouble. So looks like I'm in for the tooth thing as well. Don't think I'll be getting a root canal. Are you still oping I would think that would help with the socket, After the oil I do kinda second with warm salt water and rinse with H202.

The garden grew so did the weeds. I have plenty of tomato and cayneene peppers, my lemon grass is three feet high the snails ate most of the canolope. Are you growing anything? Have you ever tried sprouting stuff? It is late here and bed beckons.

Sending healing energy your way
Lots of love and peace

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