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  27. <pubDate>Fri, 02 Aug 2013 18:48:09 +0000</pubDate>
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  34. Is that an oxymoron – or a double entendre? Let’s see if I can help you understand. I&#8217;ve missed you, it’s true. But why didn&#8217;t I write? I could say it was writer’s block. I bet there are writers out there who have had writer’s block for a quite a few years. But actually … I went back to school. Yep, 4 years ago at age 58, I “turned back time” by adopting the rather youthful attitude of an explorer. I was so curious in regard to understanding the human body, that I decided I needed to step out on a learning journey and get that needed education. I spent 3 of the last 4 years getting my ND (Naturopathic Doctor) certificate and the last year getting my MT (massage therapy) license. Now I am also studying herbalism – the study of the science &amp; health benefits of plants. I’m not out to prove anything, I just have a driving desire to learn all I can in my final years of life &#8211; about life, starting with what I didn&#8217;t know about the amazing wonders of the precious work of art we call the human body and the beautiful natural environment that surrounds it. I&#8217;ve also fallen in love with the study of Permaculture, also known as Sustainable Agriculture. I am thrilled and relieved by the hope this study gives me for actually returning back to the environment, the stolen life we humans have taken from it. I’ll talk more about that in future blogs. I will discuss too, what I am discovering upon taking up the beautiful powerful Chinese practice of Qigong – as a way of inviting invigorating healthy energy into the body and its organs and directing our heart-flow energy out in loving prayer and gratitude &#8211; to a loving creator and a loving creation. It is a connecting with the healthy beneficial energy of our world. The pictures I&#8217;ve chosen represent the feelings that accompany a journey of this proportion. The oxymoron revealed &#8211; I’m back to write, but still journeying.</p>
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  40. <title>Essential Oils to Fine Wine; Say No to Standardization</title>
  41. <link>https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/?p=191</link>
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  43. <pubDate>Fri, 10 Jul 2009 05:59:20 +0000</pubDate>
  44. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Sandy]]></dc:creator>
  45. <category><![CDATA[Book Reviews]]></category>
  46. <category><![CDATA[Essential Oils]]></category>
  47. <category><![CDATA[Herbs]]></category>
  48. <category><![CDATA[aroma]]></category>
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  52. <category><![CDATA[Miracle Herbs]]></category>
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  58. <description><![CDATA[Since ancient times our ancestors took pride in the art of fine wine making. Today pretty much everyone knows that when it comes to wine, quality makes a huge difference. Just what is it that improves the wine quality? It is well known amongst wine makers, that soil type, pH, weather, climate, length of growing [&#8230;]<div id="crp_related"> </div>]]></description>
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  60. <p>Since ancient times our ancestors took pride in the art of fine wine making.  Today pretty much everyone knows that when it comes to wine, quality makes a huge difference.  Just what is it that improves the wine quality? It is well known amongst wine makers, that soil type, pH, weather, climate, length of growing season, seed stock, harvest time, and the grower’s knowledge, among other factors all determine the ultimate quality of that wine.  This is also why a standardized wine like “Ripple” for example will always taste the same, but will never have the quality of other wines grown, harvested and bottled in the traditional way.  “Standardization” causes a huge loss in quality, because according to Jon Barron, Master Herbalist, <span id="more-191"></span>standardization seeks to control 2 or 3 of the identified active ingredients in a plant, thus distorting that plant synergy.  Standardization disrupts the natural ratios of active ingredients inherent in the plant itself, by replacing them with arbitrary ratios determined by modern researchers. Standardized products, therefore, can never match the quality found in nature.<br />
  61. What is not known by many people, however, is that the same holds true for all plants and plant products.  I’ve had customers ask me why their <a href="http://www.mountainmagichealth.com/product_info.php">Mountain Magic Liniment</a> has a different smell than the last bottle they ordered.  Many of our customers had grown quite attached to and appreciative of that delightful mint fragrance, and called me because they were disappointed to smell a more citrus aroma.  The citrus smell was overpowering the “usually more powerful” mint aromas, because the citrus crop quality was  very good this year.  Once I explain they understand.  They don’t want to give up the powerful curative relief giving properties they have grown to appreciate in trade for standardization in smell.</p>
  62. <p><a href="http://www.jonbarron.org/audio/audio_files/TalkR7.mp3  " target="_blank" class="broken_link">Listen </a>to this audio of Jon Barron and what he has to say about herbs and standardization.</p>
  63. <p><a href="http://www.jonbarron.org/audio/audio_files/TalkR7.mp3  " target="_blank" class="broken_link">Miracle Herbs</a> by Jon Barron</p>
  64. <p>and <a href="Dhttp://www.jonbarron.org/book/book-sign-up.php " target="_blank">download</a> his free ebook <a href="Dhttp://www.jonbarron.org/book/book-sign-up.php " target="_blank">&#8220;Lessons From the Miracle Doctors”</a> You won’t be disappointed.  It’s one of my absolute favorites.</p>
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  73. <title>At the Mercy of My Genes</title>
  74. <link>https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/?p=172</link>
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  76. <pubDate>Fri, 19 Jun 2009 04:35:43 +0000</pubDate>
  77. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Sandy]]></dc:creator>
  78. <category><![CDATA[Biology]]></category>
  79. <category><![CDATA[Book Reviews]]></category>
  80. <category><![CDATA[Human Anatomy & Physiology]]></category>
  81. <category><![CDATA[Bruce Lipton]]></category>
  82. <category><![CDATA[cellular biology]]></category>
  83. <category><![CDATA[DNA]]></category>
  84. <category><![CDATA[epigenetics]]></category>
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  88. <description><![CDATA[In former posts we spoke about how scientists have probed down into the cells of man and animals to try to understand more about this life.   What they have been learning is amazing them.   We have been taught for the past 50 years, that we are more or less subject to our DNA.  I hear [&#8230;]<div id="crp_related"> </div>]]></description>
  89. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_24" style="width: 110px" class="wp-caption alignleft"><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Biology-Belief-Unleashing-Consciousness-Miracles/dp/1401923119/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;s=books&amp;qid=1245384437&amp;sr=8-1"><img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-24" class="size-full wp-image-24" title="The Biology of Belief  by Bruce Lipton Phd" src="http://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/11315.jpg" alt="The new biology!" width="100" height="100" /></a><p id="caption-attachment-24" class="wp-caption-text">The new biology!</p></div>
  90. <p>In former posts we spoke about how scientists have probed down into the cells of man and animals to try to understand more about this life.   What they have been learning is amazing them.   We have been taught for the past 50 years, that we are more or less subject to our DNA.  I hear all the time “oh, I will probably end up with arthritis” or “diabetes runs in my family; I will probably get it, too”.  I have even heard someone say he expects he will get cancer, because it is in his genes.  Well, it sure seems like people think they are at the mercy of their genes.  I am sooooooo happy to have learned, folks,  that according to the new epigenetics (which means “above” genetics) that DNA really doesn’t dictate our health.  Infact, it only determines how the embryo develops, but once that embryo becomes a fetus, it is the environment that determines  <span id="more-172"></span>development.</p>
  91. <p>While in the womb, after the embryo stage is over and that little person becomes a fetus, it is the mother’s emotions, her perceptions are that which affects the developing child.  The DNA is only a blueprint for the beginning development up through the embryo stage.  After that, it is the environment that shapes the formation of the child.   If the mother is stressed, fearful or unhappy, her body produces stress hormones that will  affect the fetus development.  Her stressed body will send more blood to the child’s limbs (to prepare for fight or flight) and that will increase development of those  area as it cuts off blood to the viscera and the frontal part of the brain where we develop intelligence.  It will send that blood to the back of the brain, where we have less intelligence, but more of the quick reflexes.   So, if a mother is happy and relaxed, her child will be more intelligent, but if she is stressed, unhappy, etc. her child will develop more size, but less mentally.</p>
  92. <p>Each and every cell in our body is like a little “Mini Me”.  It has its own digestive organs, circulatory system, waste system, and its brain is the “membrane” of the cell and its organ of “perception”.  As it perceives the environment, it reacts accordingly, like our own skin perceives our outside environment. Our skin is made from the same ectoplasm that our brain, eyes, nose, and mouth are made from (during our development in the uterus).   Those smart little cells will go toward nourishment and take it in because they perceive it to be good for them, but they will go away from toxins.  When we have fear, anxiety, any such negative perceptions, our cells get ready for fight or flight and this sets us into stress mode.  That stress mode sends our blood rushing to our limbs and away from our vicera.  This means those organs of digestion, circulation, etc. don’t function as well. They have to wait ‘til the stress is gone and the blood returns.  This also sets us up for disease, as our immune system doesn’t get the blood either.  This stress happens, because we are buying into fear, worry, etc.  This is our perception.  We perceive we must be afraid, or we must worry.  We perceive that a disease runs in our family, so we buy into that, too, and we say we will probably die of that same disease.  BUT, the good news is that according to the new biology, scientists say that this is not true.  We create the environment by our perceptions.</p>
  93. <p>Faith, on the other hand, gives us a perception that all is well and will work out fine.  We can have peace when we have faith.  Our body can have peace.  The blood returns to our main organs and our immune system is working again.  Our heart is working properly, our brain becomes more logical.  Our digestion is working beautifully.  I hope I never hear another person tell me that they will probably get cancer, because it runs in their family.   As for me, I believe I will choose health.</p>
  94. <p>Read Dr. Lipton&#8217;s two books about this topic:  &#8220;<a href="http://www.amazon.com/Wisdom-Your-Cells-Beliefs-Control/dp/1591795222/ref=pd_sim_b_9" class="broken_link">The Wisdom of our Cells&#8221;</a> and <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Biology-Belief-Unleashing-Consciousness-Miracles/dp/1401923119/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;s=books&amp;qid=1245384437&amp;sr=8-1">&#8220;The Biology of Belief&#8221;</a></p>
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  102. <title>Its a Wonderful Life!</title>
  103. <link>https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/?p=45</link>
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  105. <pubDate>Tue, 09 Jun 2009 03:43:17 +0000</pubDate>
  106. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Sandy]]></dc:creator>
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  112. <description><![CDATA[If you read the last post, we were discussing some pretty amazing, earth shaking, life changing precepts arriving along with the new discoveries in science.  I was saying how Dr. Bruce Lipton,  an epigeneticist involved in stem cell research since the 60&#8217;s, is so excited about his discoveries that he reminds me of a kid.  [&#8230;]<div id="crp_related"> </div>]]></description>
  113. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<div id="attachment_165" style="width: 250px" class="wp-caption alignleft"><img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-165" class="size-full wp-image-165" title="its-a-wonderful-life" src="http://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/its-a-wonderful-life.jpg" alt="It IS a wonderful life! It's all about Your Perceiption!" width="240" height="240" srcset="https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/its-a-wonderful-life.jpg 240w, https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/its-a-wonderful-life-150x150.jpg 150w" sizes="(max-width: 240px) 100vw, 240px" /><p id="caption-attachment-165" class="wp-caption-text">It IS a wonderful life! It&#39;s all about Your Perception!</p></div>
  114. <p>If you read the last post, we were discussing some pretty amazing, earth shaking, life changing precepts arriving along with the new discoveries in science.  I was saying how Dr. Bruce Lipton,  an epigeneticist involved in stem cell research since the 60&#8217;s, is so excited about his discoveries that he reminds me of a kid.  I have an audiobook of him and I must say, I love  listening to people who are so filled with the joy of discovery that it overflows from them.  I feel the same way myself.  I can&#8217;t help it.  <span id="more-45"></span>There is soooo much to be excited about.  I think, even though the world is pretty messed up in many ways, that there is so much goodness in people, and so many amazing things to learn, to discover, that basically, there is no limit.  I find myself enamored with science now, but when I was in high school I could hardly stand it.  It seemed so boring.  I think we all can find the joy of life and living, if we really want it.  I believe that this is the secret.  As long as a person believes he will find good things, he will.  Sometimes we all have &#8220;bad times&#8221;, for sure,  but we learn from those times and grow stronger, as a result.  I&#8217;ve always been glad that I wasn&#8217;t born a spoiled little rich girl.  I never wanted my kids to get super famous like a movie star, for example,  because fame is hard on people, too.  It makes it much more difficult to make the right choices, our pride definitely is harder to deal withwhen so much is going on.  I think it would be nice in some ways, but very difficult, too.  What do you think about it?</p>
  115. <p>Not all my posts will be about science, or natural health, education, naturopathy, alternative healing, natural remedies, or nutrition.  Check out the evergrowing list of categories.  I am learning so much as I study and research (two of my favorite hobbies).  Life is full of wonder &#8211; wonderful times, wonderful learning, wonderful food, wonderful people, and it&#8217;s a wonderful life.  Maybe I should give this blog a name.  Maybe that should be the name.  &#8220;It&#8217;s a Wonderful Life&#8221;  ok, it isn&#8217;t original, but it is the way I feel for one.  If you come back to this blog, you can overhear us talking about lots of exciting news, educational topics, natural health by the tons, homeschooling, nutrition, lots of fun, maybe some heated discussions (our family is famous for these).  And, it will be upbeat, &#8216; cause I&#8217;d rather be happy.  It&#8217;s a wonderful life (even if you don&#8217;t see it that way ALL the time.</p>
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  127. <title>The New Biology: Your Textbooks are Outdated</title>
  128. <link>https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/?p=19</link>
  129. <comments>https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/?p=19#comments</comments>
  130. <pubDate>Mon, 08 Jun 2009 00:20:46 +0000</pubDate>
  131. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Sandy]]></dc:creator>
  132. <category><![CDATA[Biology]]></category>
  133. <category><![CDATA[Book Reviews]]></category>
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  138. <category><![CDATA[biology; DNA; cells; Bruce Lipton]]></category>
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  141. <description><![CDATA[In our last post I spoke about the complexity of nature.  It seems the further down into the interior of  our being we go, or the further out in space we go, either way we discover more complexity than we had ever thought possible.  Scientists have been studying DNA for over 50 years and have [&#8230;]<div id="crp_related"> </div>]]></description>
  142. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><img class="alignleft size-full wp-image-32" title="the-wisdom-of-your-cells-by-bruce-h-lipton-phd" src="http://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/the-wisdom-of-your-cells-by-bruce-h-lipton-phd.jpg" alt="the-wisdom-of-your-cells-by-bruce-h-lipton-phd" width="75" height="75" />In our last post I spoke about the complexity of nature.  It seems the further down into the interior of  our being we go, or the further out in space we go, either way we discover more complexity than we had ever thought possible.  Scientists have been studying DNA for over 50 years and have been so enamored with their research into the double helix that they were cutting away the surrounding material and throwing it away to get at their closely sheathed treasure.  <span id="more-19"></span>Finally, after all those years, according to Dr. Bruce Lipton,  a foremost epigeneticist &amp; one of the first stem cell researchers, he says someone said, &#8220;hey, maybe we should examine this stuff we&#8217;ve been throwing out.  Maybe, since it makes up more than 50% of the cell nucleus, it has some importance&#8221;.   Well, lo and behold, it did turn out to be important trash&#8230;it was the protein trash that was really at work.  Here is the big discovery that now makes our text books old,  they discovered that it isn&#8217;t the nucleus that is the brain of the cell, as they thought, but it is the cell&#8217;s skin that is the real brain.  They decided to test out this hypothesis, so this time they threw away the entire nucleus and kept the rest of the cell.  Well, we all know what happens when we cut out the brain of any organism, it dies of course.  Guess what? You guessed it.  It not only didn&#8217;t die, but it lived on for several weeks (a long time for a cell)!</p>
  143. <p>When they started studying the skin (membrane) more in depth, they realized that it is the membrane skin with all its many tiny organelles of perception that decides what comes in and what stays out.  Like our own body&#8217;s skin tests our environment.  It is an organ of perception as we feel things, touch things.  Even our ears, nose, eyes, are all really part of the skin in a sense, and even part of the brain.  In fact, in the womb, after conception, the ectoplasm becomes the skin, eyes, nose, mouth, and brain.  In his book, &#8220;The Biology of Perception&#8221; or his larger text &#8221; The Wisdom of Your Cells&#8221;, Dr. Lipton is so full of excitement of these discoveries, that he reminds me of a kid who has just learned what life is all about.  He can hardly contain himself.  These and other major discoveries he discusses in his books have basically changed his whole life.  He will not bottle it up, but is bubbling over with the joy of discovery.  I highly recommend his books and I must say that I too, am excited about these discoveries, because there are many deeper implications here.  He has basically come to the conclusion (along with other scientists I&#8217;ve heard discuss this) that we are not bound to our DNA, but that we can actually change it.  Whoa, don&#8217;t fall off your seat or get all upset.  Read his book and then decide.  He explains it way better than I can.  Basically, science is learning that the DNA is basically just the blueprint and just sits there to be used.    The protein, meanwhile, is  working like a construction crew put to work by the brain (the cell&#8217;s skin).  This sensitive knowledgeable protective covering of the cell can rearrange things like an architect and use whatever part of the DNA it wants.  It isn&#8217;t the DNA that is dictating anything.  The architect membrane (mem-&#8220;brain&#8221;) can change the building plans according to the need.  So, if your cells are happy, and getting what they need, you will get one building, but if they don&#8217;t like the environment and perceive it not to be good, you will get a different building.  These books have changed my perspective about life.  I, too, am excited about this.  Don&#8217;t take my word about it though<a title="The Wisdom of Your Cells by Bruce H. Lipton Phd" href="http://www.amazon.com/Wisdom-Your-Cells-Beliefs-Control/dp/1591795222/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;s=books&amp;qid=1244500542&amp;sr=8-1" target="_blank"> read it yourself</a>.</p>
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  170. <title>Welcome, Friends, to Our New Blog!</title>
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  173. <pubDate>Sat, 06 Jun 2009 04:08:11 +0000</pubDate>
  174. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Sandy]]></dc:creator>
  175. <category><![CDATA[Health News]]></category>
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  182. <description><![CDATA[ We’ve been silent long enough. Now it is time to share all the amazing things we have been learning. What are we here for but to live, learn, love, and share the joy of discovery with others. They say the pen is mightier than the sword. So be it. Now I am setting pen, well, [&#8230;]<div id="crp_related"> </div>]]></description>
  183. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><img class="alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-7" title="11176" src="http://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/11176-150x150.jpg" alt="11176" width="150" height="150" srcset="https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/11176-150x150.jpg 150w, https://mountainmagichealth.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/11176.jpg 240w" sizes="(max-width: 150px) 100vw, 150px" /> <span style="font-size: x-small;">We’ve been silent long enough. Now it is time to share all the amazing things we have been learning. What are we here for but to live, learn, love, and share the joy of discovery with others. They say the pen is mightier than the sword. So be it. Now I am setting pen, well, I guess I better say web code, to paper, or rather computer screen, to open what I hope will be a new understanding for those who are interested. <span id="more-5"></span></p>
  184. <p>If you have come to our website, you may have heard about the effectiveness of our all natural health products, maybe you have tried them yourself, and love them. Maybe you have read some of the website material about essential oils or about the comfrey in the &#8220;Bone Magic&#8221; and found that you understand a bit more why the products work so well. Would you like to know more about how to help your body the natural way?</p>
  185. <p>We are starting this blog, because we have heard from so many of our wonderful customers how they are tired of taking so many drugs for every health problem that comes around. Often they discover they have to fight the complications of one drug by taking another one and before long they are taking lots of expensive drugs and still not feeling well.  Many have heard from their friends &#8220;oh, those herbal things don’t work&#8221;.  Maybe you have taken vitamins or a new multilevel juice product thinking this may work, only to find yourself still sick. Probably some of you did improve, maybe you improved a lot, but others of you didn’t. So you wonder…&#8221;is it all just hype?&#8221;</p>
  186. <p>Only a hundred years ago, Science thought our bodies were like machines. They figured, like a machine, if they could break it down and study to learn about each area, then they could get an understanding of how the whole thing worked. If the human body were like a machine, that would be possible. Now, one hundred years later they realize that this isn’t the case. The more scientists have discovered the more they realize how much they don’t know.&lt;span&gt; &lt;/span&gt;The complexity of it all is mind boggling. Your body is more complex than anything ever designed by or even imagined by mankind.</p>
  187. <p>The same holds true for anything natural. The more they research into it, the more complexity they discover. All of the things we thought were simple, like even the single celled organisms, or simple bacteria, science has discovered are really not simple at all. Now that they have studied them with more powerful microscopes, they have learned that they are absolutely astounding. I watched a documentary a few days ago called &#8220;Unlocking the Mystery of Life&#8221; where the scientists were aghast at the incredible discovery that a single celled organism had parts like their flagella that was built better than any machine man has made. It rotated at the amazing speed of 100,000 rpms and had a biological information processing system described in the DVD as &#8220;more powerful than any computer network&#8221;.</p>
  188. <p>If nature came to us with such complexity and perfection, then maybe that little old herb, or that carrot, or even the grass our cows are eating to maintain their huge size is more complex than we realize. Can a man-made concoction of chemicals possibly have the complexity found in nature</p>
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  196. <p class="MsoNormal">We’ve been silent long enough.<span> </span>Now it is time to share all the amazing things we have been learning.<span> </span>What are we here for but to live, learn, love, and share the joy of discovery with others.<span> </span>They say the pen is mightier than the sword.<span> </span>So be it.<span> </span>Now I am setting pen, well, I guess I better say web code, to paper, or rather computer screen, to open what I hope will be a new understanding for those who are interested.<span> <!--more--></span></p>
  197. <p class="MsoNormal">If you have come to our website, you may have heard about the effectiveness of our all natural health products, maybe you have tried them yourself, and love them.<span> </span>Maybe you have read some of the website material about essential oils or about the comfrey in the “Bone Magic” and found that you understand a bit more why the products work so well.<span> </span>Would you like to know more about how to help your body the natural way?</p>
  198. <p class="MsoNormal">We are starting this blog, because we have heard from so many of our wonderful customers how they are tired of taking so many drugs for every health problem that comes around.<span> </span>Often they discover they have to fight the complications of one drug by taking another one and before long they are taking lots of expensive drugs and still not feeling well.<span> </span>Many have heard from their friends “oh, those herbal things don’t work”.<span> </span>Maybe you have taken vitamins or a new multilevel juice product thinking this may work, only to find yourself still sick.<span> </span>Probably some of you did improve, maybe you improved a lot, but others of you didn’t.<span> </span>So you wonder…”is it all just hype?”<span> </span></p>
  199. <p class="MsoNormal">Only a hundred years ago, Science thought our bodies were like machines.<span> </span>They figured, like a machine, if they could break it down and study to learn about each area, then they could get an understanding of how the whole thing worked.<span> </span>If the human body were like a machine, that would be possible. <span> </span>Now, one hundred years later they realize that this isn’t the case.<span> </span>The more scientists have discovered the more they realize how much they don’t know.<span> </span>The complexity of it all is mind boggling. <span> </span>Your body is more complex than anything ever designed by or even imagined by mankind.<span> </span></p>
  200. <p class="MsoNormal">The same holds true for anything natural. <span> </span>The more they research into it, the more complexity they discover.<span> </span>All of the things we thought were simple, like even the single celled organisms, or simple bacteria, science has discovered are really not simple at all.<span> </span>Now that they have studied them with more powerful microscopes, they have learned that they are absolutely astounding.<span> </span>I watched a documentary a few days ago called “Unlocking the Mystery of Life” where the scientists were aghast at the incredible discovery that a single celled organism had parts like their flagella that was built better than any machine man has made.  It rotated at the amazing speed of 100,000 rpms and had a biological information processing system described in the DVD as “more powerful than any computer network”.</p>
  201. <p class="MsoNormal">If nature came to us with such complexity and perfection, then maybe that little old herb, or that carrot, or even the grass our cows are eating to maintain their huge size is more complex than we realize.<span> </span>Can a man-made concoction of chemicals possibly have the complexity found in nature?</p>
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