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CT during spring/summer?

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by MattD1995, Nov 22, 2018.

  1. Penny

    Penny New Member

    oysters are the keys to the kingdom...
  2. Karlosis

    Karlosis New Member

    does you buy oysters online and have them shipped to you home?

    If so, do you keep them in the freezer or fridge?
  3. Penny

    Penny New Member

    I buy 7 cans per week at Trader Joes and I put Siracha, a bunch of crushed garlic, turmeric, black pepper and lemon juice to get them down - raw oysters are too expensive but it's around $3.00 for a can -
    I eat one can per day and it really helps sleep -
  4. malc0088

    malc0088 4th dimension

    search for your local seafood distributor in town. I buy from the same distributor that all the grocery stores and restaurants do. 1 east coast oyster from the store is 1.99....I buy in cases of 100 ct for .65 a piece. I just exchanged all the supplements i used to take for oysters. I go through 100 ct every 2 weeks. I just keep them on ice in the fridge.
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  5. Jason Yun

    Jason Yun Gold

    My tub is outside here in ohio and I can only get the water down between 66-70.5 degrees.

    Am I still getting a benefit doing it?

    I'm not shivering at all like I used to when water was 55 or lower. But I still feel somewhat colder for about 1-2 hours afterwards.
  6. drezy

    drezy New Member

    You're gut is telling you the answer right there.

    Anything under body temp is technically CT. Time needed and effect will vary with temperature.
  7. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    CT works at anytime and is never a mismatch. It basically mimics magnetism allowing us to tap free energy as electrons fall to the ground state. Since cold increases the density of water, we have a better repository for "light" energy in the cold. This means we have better control over the amount of light/heat we release to drive the biochemical reactions within our cells, and lose less coherent light/energy back to the environment. This is why we release more IR light from our mitochondria and less ELF UV light in the cold. We are minimizing the energy leak, while also allowing chemical bonds to strengthen (think hormones binding to their receptors).

    I would say we probably didn't need to do as much (if any) CT back in the day of living a natural life adapting to our environment, but given our modern world filled with EMF and blue light while burying the sun, we need as much CT as we can tolerate if our environment is toxic.

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