Happy October! How was your week?
While winter may be around the corner, sunny, warm days here in the South mean I’m still cutting and making zinnia bouquets for anybody that will take one. I’d love to give one to you today, Lori! My secret for making them extra pretty for giveaway is their glass vases purchased at the Goodwill. Saturday is Dollar Days and I’ll be there early, lol. (And thanks, Bob, for always being there to clap and cheer for whatever my hobby du jour is throughout our happy years together.)
In light of the terrible tragedy in Las Vegas, no matter what, we live in a great nation. We have a history to honor and will get through this. One source of encouragement is to look back on the real people that made America great in its infancy. Yesterday, I met three amazing ladies for the presentation of a special 1300 page book from the local DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) to our local Church’s Family History Center and Library. I wish you could see the ribbon insignias worn on the DAR members’ shoulders in recognition of their own ancestors and family history.
I could have sat and read from the book all day and may do so soon. I believe we can find comfort in the present — no matter how sad or disheartening — by honoring the past! Studying the lives of actual real, resilient people tells our hearts that no matter what, we can survive, thrive and move forward.
(I was asked to photograph and document this presentation document for an article in the local newspaper.)
On a different note: I have so many people report truly noticeable and wonderful results with the tea and how it greatly improves their health. Others say, “I guess it’s doing me good, but maybe I’m already so healthy I don’t need it? I can’t really tell any difference. Why am I even using this product?”
Today’s article shares a dozen “hormone disruptors” caused by extremely toxic common foods and products. Whether you’re aware of it or not, I firmly believe that the tea quietly protects us from them! I know you’ll be interested in this fascinating read and may want to forward it.
Have a great weekend!
This Week’s Weekly Winners For 10-6-2017 Are
Sylvia Argetsinger: 1 Month Supply
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Clarice Sharp: 2 Week Supply
2017 3rd Quarter Winner: 3 Month Supply to Kelly Tyson
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Many who love the tea in the Meridian Magazine community know and love Darla Isackson, a very popular writer there. I did not know her personally (although I loved her profound writing) until she ordered the tea in 2012. A childhood accident as a toddler nearly took her life. The antibiotics used to heal her and the skin that was lost and damaged from the third-degree burns on one-third of her body, almost destroyed her digestive system. All her life she battled severe constipation and its toxic effects. We’ve now created a special page so you can read her story in detail HERE.
Thank you, Darla, for sharing your story and inspiring SO many people to try the tea.
Do You Really Need The Tea If You Don’t Have Noticeable Results?
While we primarily reach out to people with digestive problems or irregularity, and then the other conditions that are blessed with the tea … do you really need the tea if you do NOT have stomach or digestive problems? Or any of the other things (bloating, swelling, allergies, nail fungus, respiratory, blood pressure ….) that the tea helps with?
What if you have NO health problems that you know about? Do you need the tea? Why bother with it!?
An interesting and rather long article from Dr. Josh Axe (my favorite “food rather than medicine for health and wellness” doctor) addressed the issue of modern-day toxins. He calls them “hormone disruptors” that destroy the body — and health.
He says: I want to share a number that recently took my breath away: $340 billion. For the first time ever, researchers were able to pinpoint the economic damage caused by hormone-disrupting chemicals. Every day, I see how these common chemicals trigger haywire hormones. The list of side effects is unbelievable. You may be experiencing some of them yourself. So, where do we start? Here are the Dirty Dozen Hormone Disruptors — and the best ways to keep them out of your life.
Rather than a lengthy book, in ONE article, he summarizes all the things that we are exposed to that NO ONE has protected us from. It’s up to us to be knowledgeable on what we put in our mouths, on our skin, touch with our hands, breathe, etc.
Managing some of these toxins is controllable, (i.e., purchasing organic fruits and veggies grown without pesticides,) but much of it is NOT, i.e. the that plastics food are often stored in and the extremely toxic thermal paper used for the receipts from credit card machines.
All I can tell you is this: The tea has been used for 30 years to eliminate the toxic effects of both medicinal and recreational drugs. If it can do that, it can remove the toxins from nearly anything. It is our best and most easy-to-use defense against the poisons that surround us — especially the ones we don’t know about and can’t see, taste, or touch.
I truly believe that the tea makes it possible for us to consume and touch many so-called “toxic” items and yet be protected. Long-term and consistent use of the tea, I feel, will put us in a completely different place of health as the days and years go by.
I urge you to read his article today for an informed understanding of the toxins that surround us each and every day.
Whew. While we can’t do or see EVERYTHING, by drinking the tea we can go to bed each and every night, knowing we’ve done our best to guard our health and our futures! Even if we can’t tell every single day whether the tea is doing us any immediate good or not, time will tell that we’ve been proactive in ridding our bodies of the poisons surround us.
Do have a great weekend!