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Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by nonchalant, Feb 4, 2015.

  1. nonchalant

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    Phosphene Gold (finally)

    I have no clue what that is and I’m not going to click the link, but I like it anyway. :D
     
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  4. nonchalant

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    Hi Phosphene. Imagine sunlight (which is circularly polarized) hitting a helical molecule (like collagen) which is conveniently twisted in just the right direction.
     
  5. Phosphene

    Phosphene Gold (finally)

    Ok you got me to look.

    I’m guessing the awesome rainbow worm fusilli is relevant to everything because, as Jack says, “We are made from a liquid crystal amalgam of water and sunlight.“

    On the right track?
     
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    I was looking for information on my sensitivity to elastic and to polyester in clothing and bedding, and happened upon a fibromyalgia forum. I was amazed! People talking about problems with polyester and zippers. Also being hot at night. Almost like fibromyalgia is EMS plus pain. They mention feeling crawling sensations and stabbing pain while wearing artificial fabrics, while I would mention a slight pleasant tingly feeling. (A feeling I've learned to avoid immediately.) None talk about EMF that I have seen. They blame pressure for the elastic waistband problem, but they know that covered waistbands are better. One even mentioned that using a feather mattress was helpful.

    I wonder if some of these folk would be open to considering that they might have an EMF problem? The pain might be a separate issue, controllable, as we know here.
     
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    I've been messing around with "white iodine" these past few weeks. I absolutely love it for topical use.
     
  8. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Hi Sally and Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year!

    tell us more about white iodine please.........
     
  9. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Merry Christmas to you, Audrey! You remember the Iodine Thread days... I tried iodine on the skin years ago, but it stains so bad, and it takes so long to soak in... I inevitably stained some clothing as well. I've recently tried some Atomidine, and it soaks right in. And it seems to be doing good. I ate plenty of sweets around Christmas, which always makes me twitchy at night. Rubbing on some iodine stops the involuntary muscle contractions. Similar to D-ribose or magnesium, just faster.

    I'm thinking Candida has a hold on me (literally, as in piezoelectricity), and iodine is the key. I know, the natural package is best, but I don't think I'm getting enough. I don't tolerate iodine well, so I figure transdermal is good for now.
     
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    Inger Silver

    I do transdermal iodine too Sally! Only that. I stopped taking it orally I think I had enough, my thyroid felt a little off in the end I guess from taking too much orally. It told me it was sufficient I guess? So now I paint it instead. Breasts, ovaries, feet. Several times/week. Works great. I do not care if it colors my skin, I paint it where no one sees anyways. But so cool that you found some different brand that works for you :)
     

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