Menopausal Years - the Wise Woman Way

SLEEP DISTURBANCES Sleep disturbances are short-lived, but recurring, part or menopausal change. Most menopausal women are so exhausted they can fall asleep with their cloths on, but wake after a few hours. A few menopausal women wake so frequently, for so many nights, that they acquire the dazed look of a new mother of twins. Some catch u with a nap later. Other stay tense all night and are achy and irritated all day. Keep a journal by your bed - Creative juices flow wildly during menopause; if you’re up when they are, grab’em. Lavender blossoms – and their essential oil are crone classics. The strong but agreeable odor brings sleep at night, relieves dizziness and faintness during the

The Brain Health Reference Guide

Although working with a qualified practitioner is frequently necessary, you must realize the bulk of the work falls on your shoulders. When it comes to addressing your brain health, your first and most important step ---- and probably your most difficult ---- is changing your diet. Take charge of your brain by taking charge of your diet If you want your brain to works you have to change your diet. This can make it more difficult to eat at friends’ houses, grab easy snacks, or eat dirt-cheap. If you are going to complain endlessly, then this program is probably not right for you. Your negative attitude will raise stress levels and inflammatory cytokines. GO GLUTEN – FREE (chapter 8) At t

Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Gold

Mono-atomic elements, also known as ORMUS (Orbitally Rearranged Molecules of Unusual Size) are a group of molecules that could be classified as “pre-metals” and have the ability to correct DNA among other amazing properties. ORMUS or ORMEs (Orbitally Rearranged Mono-atomic Elements) have also been called white gold, manna, the philosopher’s stone, monoatomic gold, m-state, and microclusters. These molecules exist in a state that is pre-metal meaning they are not the metals like gold, silver, platinum, etc., but are “folded” and cold open up into these elements if stimulated in a certain way. Discovered by Einstein in the 1920’s and again by David Hudson in the 1970’s, these monoatomic elemen