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Discussion in 'Optimal Reset 2013' started by Jasmin, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. Jasmin

    Jasmin New Member

    If I use a pair of indoor skinmoccasins in winter to ground myself when I am outside can I then use beewax or fat at the sole to prevent that it will suck moist and water or will I eliminate the grounding-effect??
  2. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Oh wow, I'd forgotten that! Those "Indian" moccasins were our favorite footwear as children. They were fairly inexpensive, but since they got holes in them quickly, we had to convince Mom to keep buying them. Yeah, I remember laying them on their sides to dry the soles.
    Sure don't see them in the stores any more.

    They looked like these, but without the extra sole on the bottom.
    hippie moccasins
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2013
  3. SeaHorse

    SeaHorse Gold

    I think if the conditioning stuff is natural, they will be fine. I just bought moccasins for doing my barn chores...They're pretty heavy duty and I wear lots of wool socks. If you're in a rainy climate I think you are going to need to condition the leather. I'm saving up for some handmade ankle boots with leather soles...
  4. Oh Nonchalant we lived in those things as kids!! Loved them.

    I agree with Seahorse and think that if whatever you put on your feet is natural it would be OK.
  5. Jasmin

    Jasmin New Member

    Thank you Nonchalant, SeaHorse and Patty Cakes I will buy the skinmoccasins I have found and wear lots of wool socks because I have Ranauds and my tors hate cold :) But I want to be grounded no matter what.
    First I will try to just dry them but if it doesent work I will use some fat to protect them.
  6. Destiny

    Destiny New Member

    I remember Dr. K saying that wet leather is best for grounding.

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