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Brilliant Formula of a Brilliant Product – Ionix Supreme

I am a label reader so when a product or anything new is introduced whether it is food, cosmetics, supplements or medicinal I study the labels. I did of course study this product from Isagenix that I take the first thing in the morning called Ionix Supreme. This is only one of the many quality products as part of their packages. It really does make a difference to your energy levels. I take it before I head off on my 27K ride in the mornings and I do believe it makes a difference.

You may or may not be interested but if you are considering this weight loss program it is well worth knowing what you are consuming and its quality.

“Ionix is perhaps the most complex formula from Isagenix. It includes a proprietary trace mineral complex rich in fulvic acid to facilitate the bioavailability of nutrients. Other key biologically active substances are provided via the inclusion of a select group of adaptogens.

The term ‘adaptogen’ was coined by Dr. Israel Brekhman, a famous Russian scientist who is widely recognized as the father of adaptogens. Dr. Brekhman was head of the Institute of Biologically Active Substances and oversaw a team of nearly 1,300 scientists whose job it was to identify natural plant, animal, and marine substances that could boost human performance and support good health.

The institute was based in Vladivostok in the Far East of Russia, primarily because of its proximity to the Primoria region. The Primoria is an extremely hash and remote area about the size of California. It is largely made up of a primordial forest and peat bogs. Many of the adaptogens in Ionix are sourced from this region, including Siberian ginseng, Rhodiola rosea, and schisandra.

Isagenix Co-Founder Jim Coover developed a relationship with Dr. Brekhman in 1991 immediately upon the fall of the former Soviet Union and was responsible for helping introduce the science of adaptogens to the Western world.

When John W. Anderson formulated Ionix Supreme, he also decided to include some adaptogens sourced from India (ashwagandha) and the Himalayas (shilajit). Shilajit is particularly interesting, as it is a mineral substance made up of decomposed forests that were trapped during the shifting of the tectonic plates that formed the Himalayas. It literally oozes out of the cracks of the earth during the spring thaw as the mountains give up their magic.

The unique combination of adaptogens in Ionix helps bring the body’s systems into balance, or ‘homeostasis.’ These adaptogens have also been shown to help normalize body systems and support prevention of the damaging effects of stress. The benefits of adaptogens are well-documented, but the real proof is in the experience. No matter what other nutritional products or wellness strategies you might be following, Ionix Supreme can be a game changer.” — Peta Kelly

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Essential Oils So Naturally Good For You

Here are just some of the uses that essential oils have. Never choose fragrant oils as they are not pure. Essentially, Essential oils are pure. It’s almost like having a first aid kit in your bathroom as they have uses for all sorts of medicinal and cosmetic conditions. Some are a little expensive but that is because it is not as easy to procure the oil from some plants and the cost are more. 

I pinched this information off the Dr Axe site as sometimes it is easier to look at infograms  for information than reading screens of text

Try it you will just love the smell anyway.❤️

 

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One Spoonful, Inexpensive – Helps With Many Problems Like Arthritis

 

Most mornings when  I remember, I take baking soda in a glass of  Kangen water on an empty stomach.  Together with the Kangen water it helps to elevate the PH Level of your body. That is a good thing. I don’t believe all Baking sodas are the same. The pure organic stuff is much more palatable I feel. Could be my imagination but I think if you get the pure Baking Soda, you can’t go wrong. Odd taste to begin with, but it grows on you.

Here are some other great benefits of taking this baking soda each day.

  • Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate or NaHCO3) has a number of medicinal uses and benefits. It’s commonly known to have alkalinizing, antacid and electrolyte replacement properties
  • Studies have shown drinking baking soda solution can help pregnant women who are having a slow or difficult labor to avoid C-sections in about 20 percent of cases by neutralizing acid in the womb
  • Research funded by the National Institutes of Health suggests baking soda may be a safe and effective treatment for autoimmune diseases by priming your immune system against inflammation
  • The data suggests drinking baking soda infused water activates an anti-inflammatory pathway that is mediated by the neuronal-like function of mesothelial cells that line your internal organs
  • Baking soda is also useful against other aches and pains, including heartburn and ulcer pain, and may enhance sports performance (a strategy known as soda doping)   
  • Quote from an article of Dr Mercola

To get more in depth information just click on Dr Mercola and it will go to the article. I advise you do this as it is very informative as always.

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Rosemary And Its Medicinal Properties

I actually got this information from a Magazine called “Freedom Leaf“. It is a magazine that is promoting the reform of medicinal use of marijuana.
Wether you agree with legalizing Marijuana or not it actually has some good arguments and ideas, one of them was this list of uses of Rosemary.
They are not just promoting cannabis they are also promoting the health benefits of most herbs and as they say the more we use herbs in our everyday life the healthier we will become.

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Rosemary is native to the mediterranean and a member of the mint family Lamiaceae.

Health Properties of Rosemary

1. Research on rosemary highlight its ability to help prevent cancer and age-related skin damage, boost the functioning of the liver and act as a mild diuretic to help reduce swelling.

2. Shown to increase the blood flow to the head and brain, improving memory concentration.
If you have a rosemary plant, whether it’s in a pot or in the garden, when you come home from work each day or on your way to work, pick a small piece of rosemary and give it a good sniff and you will be surprised how good it makes you feel. Gives your head a cool, clear, fresh feeling. 

3. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, rosemary has been shown to have antioxidant properties that can prevent free radicals from damaging cell membranes and altering DNA which can result in cell death.

4. Physiotherapy research confirms that rosemary increases circulation by dilating arteries and noted that this herb possesses antioxidant properties that reduce atherosclerosis risk in young healthy adults by improving serum activity

5. It also contains anti-inflammatory compounds that may make it useful for reducing the severity of asthma attacks.

6. Extremely rich in many B-complex vitamins, such as folic acid, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine and riboflavin.

7. Extractions of rosemary when applied over scalp have stimulating function on the hair-bulbs and help prevent premature baldness and restore hair growth.

8. Rosemary tea – good remedy for removing nervous headache, colds and depression.

9. Use the tea as a gargle to help heal mouth ulcers, sores and as a mouth wash.

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Top Six Herbs For Health.

1. Watercress. It is so powerful it’s thought to have anti-cancer properties. It is high in iron, calcium, vitamin A and C, folic acid, iodine and antioxidants

2. Rosemary. High in iron, calcium and vitamen B6. Rosemary is thought to assist in brain function, including improving memory. There is still widespread belief that it can help prevent strokes and brain seizures.

3. Oregano. An easy-to-grow aromatic herb, oregano has many health benefits and can be taken in capsule form. It can be useful in combating colds, fevers and pain.

4. Dill. this aniseed flavoured herb is a digestive aid and can help soothe indigestion, bloating and stomach pain.

5. Lemon balm. This fragrant herb is best known as a mosquito repellent when the leaves are rubbed onto the skin. It’s said to have some antibacterial properties and has a calming effect when drunk as tea.

6. Aloe vera. Although not technically a herb, this succulent, which grows best when neglected, has been recognised for centuries as a balm for burns or cuts and has anti-bacterial properties. To use it, cut a piece of stalk from the plant and smear an open wound with the clear, sticky sap

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