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17 years ago
Horsea
Re cayenne. It is not suitable for certain types of deficiency conditions. You can find further information on this angle on some websites on Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Thanks kindly for the information, Funky Rob.
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
You might find the ideas & advice of Julia Chang on www.sensiblehealth.com helpful re PCOS. She says it is brought about by poor condition of the liver.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Carlson, what brand of nutritional yeast do you use? I use Gayelord Hauser yeast; it says "brewers" on the label, but it isn't really, I don't think, since true brewers yeast has that bitter beer-like smell & taste, as far as I know. Also, I heard that some yeast manufacturers top up their yeast with synthetic B-vitamins so that they can say all the B vitamins are equal in amoun
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
75%, what are those drawbacks of consuming cooked brown rice that you experienced?
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Have you heard (not saying it's true) that candida is a good thing to have if you are mercury-toxic, because the candida is surrounding the mercury in an attempt to protect your body from the damage that mercury does. So, as I see it, candida-removal and mercury-removal go together. If you interfere with one, you change the whole picture.
Forum: Other Health Related
17 years ago
Horsea
I am wondering how powerful an indoor-grown wheatgrass would be. Wheat is not an indoor plant, nor was it ever meant to be, regardless of fertilizer or intensity of artificial light. I grew my wheatgrass in the garden in lovely rich soil with the sun shining all day and wind and forces of nature in general - and boy, did it pack a punch or what!
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
Re algin (sodium alginate extracted from seaweed): It does not coax mercury out of the tissues; rather, it gathers up and send out of the body (thru bowel) any mercury in the intestines that was extracted from the tissue by other means, eg, cilantro. If you take a chelating substance such as cilantro, the mercury may not all be excreted, as I understand it. Instead, it may recirculate and be
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Or you can take Neuromins if you are not sure your body can convert oils into DHA.
Forum: Other Health Related
17 years ago
Horsea
It's not good enough for Huggins to say that "vegetarians can't heal". Maybe he is right, but then maybe not. He would have to explain exactly why. Is it an insufficiency of amino acids in an ordinary veg diet? Is it certain essential fats? Certain minerals that are more likely to be found in meat? I'd be interested to know his reasoning.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
It's no scam if that Champion is cheap!
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
Have you thought of going to a forum where that (mercury fillings & detox) is all they talk about? I know of one but I don't know if you are allowed to post other sites' names here. Whatever you do, when you are detoxing, fillings in or fillings out, Algin is the best thing going.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Thanks for further info!
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
Try going to a site on Traditional Chinese Medicine and look for "deficient kidney yin".
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Yogi, is the Norwalk one of those that you kept and are now using? Just curious. I can't believe all the juicers you have owned!
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
Thank you very much, djatchi, for that link to www.veganhealth.org. I started out asking about hydrilla, not thinking about B12 at all, but if that is what we are discussing, then how about this. More than a dozen years ago I read in a natural-living type magazine an article which basically said that when it comes to B12 we are not always given the whole story. I was real lucky to find tha
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Tks. for your replies and opinions. I don't have any pictures, unfortunately. As to B-12 analogue, I don't know much about this; is it actually harmful to us, or merely useless?
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
888. Hydrilla
I posted a question about hydrilla in January, but there was no response. So I am re-trying: has anyone here had any experience with a food supplement called Hydrilla, which is an aquatic plant that causes much grief in freshwater lakes, but, like kudzu in the south, is a tremendous accumulator of Calcium + other minerals. I sent away for a jar of this stuff. I'd be interested to hear of any
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
The issue for me is - would I have to chop or slice hard vegetables like carrots and beets into lots of small or narrow, spear-like pieces in order to get them to engage with the augers? With my Omega single-auger machine, I spent much time with a knife preparing the vegetables. With a Champion-type machine, or the larger spinning-basket types, you can drop in whole carrots and smaller beets a
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
Thanks, Arugula, for your informative posts & links.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Strange, isn't it, that such an expensive top-of-the-line machine has such a crude, unsatisfactory pulp ejection mechanism that one has to fiddle & fool with to come up with a solution.
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
I recall reading about a farmer who didn't like the idea of having to use all that animal manure that biodynamic growing (apparently) requires because it meant having to keep animals as "slaves". So, he was led to the use of rock dust, also called rock flour, which he found to be a wonderful fertilizer.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
It is a style of agriculture. It gets a bit complicated in some ways, and has a sort of mystical/spiritual aspect, too. There's plenty of information on this on the w.w.web.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
Many thanks, again, Yogi. I will take your word for it now. I can't quite understand why Omega would come out with a relatively expensive juicer (9000) in this day & age that is not continuous-clean (pulp ejection). That is like going back to the horse & buggy, isn't it. We are lucky to have you here to assist us.
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
What is a "nut milk maker"? Is it just a soy milk maker, eg, Soyapower, Soyquick, etc. being used for nuts instead of soybeans? Or is there a dedicated nut milk maker available? You know, without the heating element.
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
Many thanks, Yogi. I read the little reviews that you referred to. One person said it was a pain to clean, and someone else said cleaning was a snap! I guess it's all relative, whatever you are accustomed to. Sometimes I wish there was one juicer and that's all, so we didn't have to knock ourselves out weighing the pros and cons. I think that I would like to make more than 2 cups of carr
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
Thanx v. much for your recommendation, Yogi. I see that there is also an Omega called the 9000, but I can't find any reviews of it. Maybe it's too new?
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
I have an Omega single-auger juicer, which is v. good for leafy greens, wheat grass, etc., as I am sure you all know. But it is too slow and cumbersome and inefficient for carrots and beets, which juices I love. I am not sure I want a Champion, even tho it was reviewed well for years by virtually everyone who has one. (Too big and heavy.) Nor do I want a $69.95 el-cheapo that is going to last
Forum: Juicing, Juicers, Blending and Blenders
17 years ago
Horsea
Thanks for your posts, Jose, which I agree with. Nice to have you here to politely express some unpopular views. Have you ever read the banned-in-US book by Brian Ellison, "Why We Will Never Win The War on AIDS"?
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
17 years ago
Horsea
I have heard that a mineral-vitamin-herb-etc. supplement sold by Truehope has been successfully used for treating bipolar and other mental/neurological disorders.
Forum: Other Health Related
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