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Monday, April 27, 2015

W is For

My theme for the
A-Z Challenge is
Aging into Longevity










    W is For.......Forget it. No way!!!!!
I can't go there. You'd never believe me anyway.

I'll just wish you a Super Happy W-Day.

22 comments:

  1. W is for What! We Want to know, you must tell us. pWease, pWease, pWetty pWease.
    Water? Witlof? Watermelon? Wheatgerm?

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    1. River
      Cute, cute, you.
      Pat told. Over at his Rhyme Time I'm known as the Worm Queen. Haha

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  2. You too .. hate to think what you were going to come up with!! Happy Super W-day - Hilary

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    1. Hilary
      Pat told. WORMS. Nobody believes.

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  3. What a tease!! :) Wishing you a great week!

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    1. Melanie
      Worms..... Pat, of Rhyme Time told.

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  5. lmao oh I know and I'll spoil it at your show, W is for WORMS! Yep, people can stick their head in the sand but they have worms in them.

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  6. Pat
    I was waiting for you to tell the W. I knew you would. At least then they won't think I'm the only weirdo. LMAO also.

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  7. Worms?
    Huh.
    And here I thought 'W' was for something dirty.
    Come to think of it, they ARE naked worms.
    Cool.

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    1. Al
      Yuck, Yuck. they are dirty. I don't like talking about it because most allopathic doctors deny that humans have worms. I wonder why they do that. Must be that de-worming blends into the Naturalpath's territory and they would lose their license if they did holistic work. All I can think of.

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  8. Here I was hoping that you would tell us ONE MORE TIME how to deworm. I mean it. I still haven't followed your deworming advice and I'm becoming convinced I need to. Thank goodness for this blog. I can always go back and look over the old posts.

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    1. Robin
      I bet 98% of the population has worms, parasites, fungi and candida. They'll all kill you..... not directly .....but they gotta eat too and they take all your good nutrition and leave you just the de-vitilized junk. They bore holes in your intestines and cause all those colon problems. The hook worms travel in the blood stream and can end up in any part of the body, the brain, eyes. If anyone has a dog or cat, they have worms. (But don't ask a medical doctor, he'll tell you I'm crazy.) They can stay fairly quiet and live with their host and silently zap all his vitality. So the host goes to the doctor, gets lots of drugs, he has no energy and his immune system is all messed up.... always sick.... more drugs. can't lose weight, now the drugs are doing havac to the body. But usually the host won't admit he has worms and if he does admit it, he buys one little box of deworming herbs at the health food store, takes it but doesn't see any worms and says he doesn't have worms. Ain't that easy. They don't want to lose their home or die so they know just where to hide. Especially if the host has never had a colonic..... layers of hardened poop in the colon. See why I didn't want to talk about this.... Because.... most people are squemish about subjects like this. Robin, remember..... death begins in the colon.

      How to get rid of them. It ain't easy because they lay thousands of eggs each day. Even when you think you're near the end, do another cleanse because those eggs will hatch. Tools of deworming. Zappers (look online). They stun them pretty good but then use a good herb mixture along with it. Hulda Clark's is good. The Dr. Clark Purity ...Quick ParaZap cleanser. I also do the Tessla lights. I can take the cat and dog in with me and I also give the pets their own worm pills. A hydrotherapist (who gives colonics) has the Tessla lights in Bozeman and I'm just going through a series of 6. I guess the lights can zap the bugs inside and it can cure a lot of diseases in the body. There is also the Rife Machine that is good. These are expensive machines and the lights so you probably wouldn't buy one for yourself but pay for the treatments. I've been on this last cleanse for 6 months. I had acquired some pretty good candida. Now I have some belly fat to deal with. That's how one deworms.Good luck.

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  9. Phew, at first I thought we were to eat a version of them for health benefits. I get it now--- we get rid of them. I was wormed once and it was awful. I'm sure your method is much nicer.

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    1. Patti
      No, getting rid of worms is extremely difficult. And I know you have pets (me too) so people with pets usually have worms and have to de-worm both the pets and themselves. But worms are responsible for so much of our illnesses and medical doctors won't admit people in the US can have worms. Just people in 3rd world countries, according to them. I didn't want to talk about this because people believe the doctor and do think I'm crazy. Have you or anyone you know ever gone to a doctor and the doctor told the patient to go home and take a coffee enema. I know the answer.

      Most people born within the last 50 years have never had an enema. When people get sick, if they'd take a colonic or enema they may be surprised if they got well sooner. But, instead, they think the drugs will do it. Look at Robin's post above if you want. I'm being graffito and most people think they are lilly pink and white inside.

      Sorry Patti..... I'd like to say it's easy to get rid of the parasites in the body.... but it is not. I've studied this stuff all my life and I've helped people with cleanses and I've been responsible for many people buying their own colonic board.
      In fact, I think you've heard me mention my friend, Marilyn. She recently moved to Co from San Diego and just this morning she said she's driving back to CA. mainly to get her colonic board. You're probably wondering why I keep mentioning colonics when the subject is worms. Most people's colon is sluggish and when you cleanse, you need to eliminate that die-off crap as soon as possible. If you don't and they get stuck in the colon, it can make one uncomfortable.... as in sick. Ha

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  10. Keeping a worm farm? Making a smoothie with worms? I can believe it. Oh, I just read up there. Deworming. Hmmm, that's probably a good thing to know. :-)

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    1. Susie
      I am so sick of talking about worms. People don't believe that if they have "any" disease, THEY ALSO HAVE WORMS."The worms are what caused their disease because worms eat all the good nutrition and screw up your immune system. See why I don't want to talk about it. No one beieves me. So pretend I didn't write this. Haha

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  11. I knew it because I've seen Pat pick on you about it.

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  12. Holy Ghost
    Oh yes, I'm the "worm queen." Sometimes I share my title with Terry.

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  13. I've never had a 'colonic' but according to my recent colonoscopy, I have a very clean colon. I eat plenty of fibre and drink lots of water. I've also read that eating garlic daily and/or drinking acidic drinks such as apple cider vinegar tea, renders the colon inhospitable to worms. Since I very rarely get sick, I'm going to say I probably don't have worms. But to be safe I will get the worming tablets for myself from the chemist and use them when I give my cat his worming paste. Both of us will be worm free.

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  14. Worms... brrr! Yet, believe me that i believe you! :)) Heard of this too, and there are good antiparasitic dietary supplements. May be used as a just-in-case remedy from time to time.

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