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How harmful is Pink clothing? & Effects of clothing colors

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by Matty_M, Nov 19, 2016.

  1. I bought Celtic sea salt awhile ago and have been using this in a water solution. Is that what you mean @Denise0918 ?
     
  2. Evan Leck

    Evan Leck New Member

    @JanSz @caroline I know this is an old thread but I did not see anyone make address this point.
    I would think that Redmond salt is a bit better than Himalayan salt, but still in the same boat of sub-optimal. Redmond's is mined from salt deposits in Utah, rather than sourced from the sea, so I would think that the same principle's that Jack mentions such as lack of lithophile organisms and lack of amphoteric chemistry would apply here.

    This is probably completely spurious, but I have noticed feeling worse since last Sunday when I had to get more salt and purchased Himalayan from Walmart rather than Redmond's which had been my go to salt.

    I'm wondering if in the meanwhile while I wait for my salt to come in it would be better to use refined salt over Himalayan salt.
     
  3. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    we use Redmond salt, but also love salt flakes from France......
     
  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I tried
    lots of salt got swollen feet
    lots of potassium got swollen feet
    I use now what makes me feel good (much less than was recomended in that book)
    forget about teaspoons and tablespoons doses

    =
     
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  5. Jenny S

    Jenny S Gold

    We use celtic sea salt
     
  6. Louise Nennstiel

    Louise Nennstiel Does a rainbow top help?

    :oops: Pink is most little girls favourite colour to wear!!!!
     
  7. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    conditioning.........
     
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  8. Louise Nennstiel

    Louise Nennstiel Does a rainbow top help?

    true, but what we are taught is sweet and adorable in the little princesses is harming them no?
     
  9. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    How long have you been here?????????
     
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  10. Louise Nennstiel

    Louise Nennstiel Does a rainbow top help?

    Ha! a nano second! just been back reading.. will be stopping the Himalayan salt then!
     
  11. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Better buckle up then, mam.
     
  12. I'm experimenting with wearing less and less pink overtime and more purples and reds. Will report back at some point. Is there an effect I might notice? Should we also avoid wearing blue?!
     
  13. Christina Gagnon

    Christina Gagnon New Member

    If pink is bad what about clores like lilac which are a bluish-pink?


     
  14. Evan Leck

    Evan Leck New Member

    Right now I'm reading The Rainbow and The Worm by Mae Wan Ho. Interestingly, she talks a lot about light in that book, and it has a pink cover.

    Btw, it's a fantastic read, and should probably be everyones starter book after getting on board with the bio-physics perspective.
     
  15. Evan Leck

    Evan Leck New Member

    I think I've noticed a nice improvement after switching from Himalayan salt to Celtic Salt.

    I add salt to my water, and it definitely makes the water taste less acutely salty from similar amounts of salt, which could be realted to the salt ionizing and hydrating the water more thoroughly.
    I also noticed that when I went to the sauna my sweat tasted less salty.

    Granted, this may just be because Celtic salt has a lower sodium density. It looks almost fluffy like sand.
     
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  16. Christina Gagnon

    Christina Gagnon New Member

    @ScottishEmma I wonder if the no pink rule applies to underwaer too - not sure if enough light passes through our clothing to have a bad effect.
     
  17. drezy

    drezy New Member

  18. Phosphene

    Phosphene Gold (finally)

    Obviously that gun is just there for modesty reasons to conceal her butt crack.
     
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    Christina Gagnon New Member

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