posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 01:35 PM
Originally posted by MegaMind
Originally posted by crankyoldman
I have made a batch with Calcium and Magnesium - two ingredients the body sorely lacks, and it seems to work the same. I have taken it, and usually
the cal/mag combo goes right through one's system, but in this case there was no system change. The application of the technique seems well suited
for other things that have a hard time making into the system of many folks.
Very nice, I have been considering the same ...
Does your Calcium and Magnesium come separate? together? in powdered form?
Also did you add it to the C or by itself?
Also considering making some Liposomal Glutathione ... but I 'll have to wait for more funds ...
edit on 7-6-2012 by MegaMind because: (no
"CalMag" is a stand alone formula that comes in powder - it is cheap at most health food stores. The issue here is dissolving, it is usually taken
with hot water like a tea, so hot water is needed for fully dissolve. I did not add C as the other formula focuses on that of course, but added some
serrapetase and glutamine in a more "muscle oriented" formula. Seems good so far, no obvious downside at all.
I have purchased the Glutathione pre-made version and would have to say, despite the price, it is a MUST. The difference is subtle, one would have to
have been studying their own body for some time to notice, but the quote I read about all sick people being deficient in Glutathione is spot on -
another man said next to water is the most important contribution to the body.
I did read in your formula for testing post that keeping the mixture shallow in the machine is optimal. I mixed mine for 30 minutes, slowing stirring
continuously and noticed a shallower situation might be better - making the formula in two batches seems best, or bigger machine.
I would add, that a subtle, but important addition to making anything on your own, is to add some positive intent. The main problem with most factory
stuff is that it is factory stuff. Example: Home cooked pasta is amazing when mom makes it. The same exact ingredients, in the same dish, when made by
Olive Garden is beyond awful. "Intent" is the dose needed to make the system really sing the high notes.
There are two ways to "intent." One is simply to focus while mixing on the desired contribution "good health," or "detox smoothly" or any other
thing really (528 hrz frequency is a great thought to keep). The other way, which is fine as well, is to write you intent on tape and place it on the
machine. While intent isn't needed for the stuff to work, it can really connect one to the process of the creation and the benefit of both the
creative process and the mixture itself.