Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Babies Can Be Detoxed, TOO!

I just LOVE my baby nephew. He is such a chunk and he is now almost 4 months old. My sister went ahead and got him vaccinated (I disagree with vaccinating, especially babies, but this isn't about pro or anti-vax). So, I had her use the detox foot pads on his little feet. He used them for a couple days post vaccinations, and the foot pads were super gooey and then started slowing down on the gooey-ness (that is a word, I am sure!) as his body detoxed.

See how adorable he is?

and this is a cute picture of his feet with the foot pads!

Here are the first foot pads that were taken off! 

Here is the second batch

Here is the third batch -- one of them didn't stick very well

Here is the 4th batch of foot pads!

While I hate all the toxins in vaccines, if you feel that it is necessary to vaccinate, I recommend that you consider detoxing your baby afterward to help get the heavy metals, mercury and other yucky ingredients out of your poor baby's body.

The foot pads can help with that. One single foot pad can fit on the whole foot, making it easy and less expensive to detox your baby vs detoxing an adult.

Babies also detox a LOT quicker than adults as well. They should be fully detoxed within two weeks if not within days. Adults take months to detox fully, thanks to the many years of exposure to toxins!

I really recommend the foot pads for all babies and kids. I have some customers whose kids ask for the foot pads, calling them "stickers" -- "Can I wear the stickers on my feet tonight?" and it is very intuitive that kids know what is good for them.

I also have customers who can definitely tell a difference in their school age children -- they sleep much better and are much more attentive in class.

Bottom line. Kids are exposed to more toxins and chemicals than they ever have been before, throughout the ages. Keep them healthy by detoxing them!

Friday, July 15, 2016

Glasstic Brand Glass Water Bottles - Unbreakable!

The Glasstic shatterproof glass water bottle is awesome. I only drink out of glass, except on the very rare occasion when I am traveling and need to buy bottled water from a store. I have broken my share of glass bottles. Months later I have found glass shards in the carpet behind my bookshelf! I may not be coordinated but I sure am clumsy!

This Glasstic works great because I can put a slice of lemon or lime into the water, or other fruits of my choice, and not worry about the acidity mixing with the plastic. It is pure glass but has a protective outer shell that makes it shatterproof. Well, nothing is completely shatterproof, but if you do happen to run over it with a steamroller, the outershell will contain the glass shards so you don't have a mess to clean up!

One of the most common uses for this Glasstic water bottle is to put a drop of your favorite essential oil into your water. Because of the volatile components of the essential oils, they say not to use plastic for sure. This way, you won't have to worry about that. 

However I do need to note I do not agree with the ingestion of essential oils without proper supervision from someone who knows your medical history and is certified in aromatherapy.

That being said, many people do ingest oils, and so if you do, so be it. :) I am not here to judge, but so many people who read my blog know that I don't ingest oils, and so I had to write that disclaimer.

Some of the highlights of this water bottle are:
  • Shatterproof: Because of the design, glass on the inside, and a BPA-free protective outer cover, it won't break on you if you accidentally drop it. Glasstic also offers free glas insert replacement for the first year if you happen to break it (see the steamroller note above, hah!)
  • Easy to clean: You can disassemble the glass water bottle and clean it by hand, or put in the top rack of the dishwasher.
  • Easy to Use: This has a leak proof flip top cap so you don't have to worry about spilling. I also like it because I just hate leaving my drinks open without a cover. Bugs tend to be drawn to them and too many times I take a sip only to realize a bug is in it! yuck.
  • Take anywhere: These Glasstic bottles have a handle on them for ease of carrying.
You can buy it here:

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Baby car seat cover and drool bibs

This set includes a car seat cover that can be used as a nursing cover or shopping cart cover, and comes with a drawstring carry bag plus three gender neutral bandanna drool bibs. 

It has stretchy fabric that should fit all car seats, shopping carts, high chairs, etc. The car seat cover helps protect baby from the elements.  And it matches the diaper bag perfectly!!

Since I got this for my sister to use, she has this to say about it:
I love the design and how thin this is. It is so helpful when nursing in the summertime and is a great car seat cover for summer babies! Even comes with a drawstring carrying bag. 
Comes with three bibs with adorable designs! I like that the bibs have two layers and come with two snap sizes. 
The quality of both of these is pretty good. The only drawback i have is that the snaps on the bibs are plastic, so I wonder how long they would last. Still, much better than velcro! Overall, I would recommend this product.

Here is my cute nephew, the little chunker!! He is 5 weeks old in this picture:

The cost is super affordable -- only $18.99 at the time of posting this. The company offers a money back guarantee if you are not happy with it.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Nutri Maqui Liquid Antioxidant Supplement

I had the opportunity to try out this Nutri Maqui Antioxidant Supplement. I am always looking for something that tastes good enough so my husband will eat or drink it! He doesn't swallow pills and it is hard getting vegetables into him, so I know he needs better nutrition.

I finally found some gummy vitamins that he will take (Thank you, Costco!) but I know that is not enough. So I got this liquid supplement to try.

This supplement is made out of different fruits: the dark purple maqui berry, acai berry, pomegranate, elderberry, blackberry and raspberry. All of these berries and fruits are high in antioxidants. The Maqui berry is indigenous to Chile and has been consumed for centuries by the Mapuche Indians to help support energy and immune health.

The color is a dark purplish, and the taste to me is like a straight cherry juice (not fake cherry flavor). It is ok, something that my husband will take when I remind him, but it is not something he will seek out on his own. (unfortunately).

I do not see taking this long term. I cannot find information about how high of an ORAC value it has, and I think I would rather focus on the fruits from my own yard -- we grow elderberries, raspberries, and blackberries, and also have goji berries among other fruits. And a large garden filled with green vegetables.

Once opened, you have to refrigerate and consume within 30 days of opening. There are 32 servings in it. Which means if you are the only person consuming it, 30 days will have passed before the 32 servings are up. That is confusing to me as well.

I am just a bit wary about products that don't have a ton of information about them, or cause some confusion -- like the 30 days refrigeration but there are 32 servings in it.

They do have the obligatory recommendations:

-- Consult a physician if you are pregnant, nursing or taking prescription medication
-- Shake well before use
-- Refrigerate after opening
-- Serve chilled
-- Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing

I do think this might be a good product, however I think they need to re-label or re-package into maybe 8-oz size bottles, or single serving packets, etc. 

The products and the information provided about specific products on or through this site have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.  The information provided on this site, is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

50% off Detox Foot Pads - One Day Only

My sister had her baby on Friday! I am so excited. Mom and baby are doing well.

All my customers know that my sister, Suzy, fills and ships the orders with loving care. And now we are going to celebrate the birth of her son, my adorable nephew, by offering 50% off the detox foot pads ONE DAY ONLY.

Please note the following:

The coupon code is ITSABOY and is good only for detox foot pads from my website (no phone orders)

The coupon will work until midnight Monday, May 23, 2016.

Use the coupon code at checkout. The discount will show on the last page.

Your orders will be delayed by a few days as a result, since my sister will be adjusting to life with a newborn.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

41% Off Detox Foot Pads


I am turning 41 this month so I wanted to give you a special discount!!

This month we are offering you 41% off your order of detox foot pads. Good through April 30th. Use coupon code HAPPYBIRTHDAY at checkout :)

You also get FREE shipping to the US, and amazing customer service :)

This is for web orders only, except for International customers. (Good only for detox foot pads).

International customers please contact me first.

 Order here

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Steward Pet Foods -- Raw and Freeze Dried... and HEALTHY

Stewart® Raw Naturals™ Freeze Dried Pet Food is a huge treat in my house!! Both my cat and my dog absolutely LOVE it and will do any amount of begging, pleading, tricks, or even give me the puppy dog eyes to have me give them some.

We use it as a treat vs a meal because my dog is 95 lbs and right now we feed him grain free kibble, with raw organ meats and other raw tidbits as we get them. He is 8 years old and healthy. My cat is 11 (almost 12) and she is healthy as well. The vet could not believe she is that old. 

What is so good about Stewart Raw Naturals? Well, they use human grade ingredients. Their products are prepared with a single source protein (or limited source) and they add fruits, veggies, etc to it to provide vitamins and minerals. Then, they freeze dry it in its raw state, making it shelf stable. 

Pretty cool, right? We got the Fresh To Home Turkey Recipe and it is extremely tasty to my dog! He goes bonkers over it (I haven't tried it personally but if I decided to, I think I would need to cook it first because we shouldn't eat raw turkey). 

The food is complete and balanced. And, it is made in the USA. It won't have any of the fake Chinese ingredients in it. Like I mentioned, they use human-grade ingredients, and prepared with whole, real foods. You can use it for all breeds and life stages and it is filled with nutrients. 

If I could afford it, I would have it be the main meal that my dog eats. But it is expensive and he eats about 4 cups of kibble a day! So it is used for treats only :) 

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Compact Camping Stove

I received this "camping stove" today and it comes with the two pans (they are tiny, like one serving size) and the igniter thing that you screw onto a butane canister (the 4oz ones are smaller and easier to carry). It doesn't come with the fuel, but for around $20 it is pretty affordable. 

You probably would need more than one if you are using this for your whole family. But for a bug out bag for emergencies, it isn't too bad at all. super small, easy to pack and carry and lightweight.

You even can hook it up with an adapter, to a larger propane canister, but then you will have to rig the igniter up because it isn't stable just sitting on a rock or flat surface.

Here are some of the features:

  • DURABLE MATERIAL: Made of aluminum alloy and stainless steel which can stand high temperature and weight
  • COMPACT AND COLLAPSIBLE: Both the pot and pan have folding handles for space saving and compactness; The handle is foldable and easy for storage, with a silicone tube cover to protect your hand from burning. A mesh bag is included to hold everything
  • COMPACT AND COLLAPSIBLE: High-energy ceramic piezoelectric ignition system make it very convenience for outside camping or hiking. Compact and collapsible design combined with a carrying case for enhanced portability
  • PERFECT KIT:This set is perfect for camping, backpacking, hiking, emergency preparedness, or as part of a survival kit
  • LEAVE NO TRACE: Adheres to "Leave No Trace" principles set forth by the US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and National Park Service. Burns clean, with no debris or soot left behind. 2 Year WARRANTY

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Lightweight and Compact Mummy Sleeping Bag

This is a very SOFT and comfy sleeping bag. Well, let me get it off my chest first that I do not like mummy bags at all, as I feel too confined in the sleeping bag to ever get comfortable. Other than that, it is comfy. It feels good to lay on it. 

It also is extremely lightweight, and very compact. 

It appears to be well built and good quality, as well. And it can be used for many things, including emergency preparedness, backpacking, boy scouts, camping, and sleepovers.

As you can see from these pictures, my 95# dog is taking a nap in it. I laid it out on the floor to test it and take photos, and he burrowed in it and fell asleep. I had to use these pictures for this post because he is so cute and he makes a good model. 

This sleeping bag is rated to as low as 30 degrees F. While I have not tested it at that temperature, and don't ever plan to, I do recommend that you not use this in the middle of winter outside. I think that it should be fine for Spring through Fall.

The material is made out of polyester, with the fill being cotton. It easily rolls back up into the tiny bag, to be used for whatever purpose. Maybe leave it in your trunk just in case?? It is not expensive, only around $30.


Saturday, February 27, 2016

Nice Crossbow

What a fantastic bow!

First off, it is a nice looking hunting bow. I like that it comes with a scope. But please bear in mind I am not an expert. I am just a layman who really loves bows, and I especially love crossbows. My husband put it together, and the instructions were very hard to understand. But we got it.

Then, we started test shooting. It came with 4 arrows. We shot three of them and each one of them bent, one of them even broke! We figured it out that it was because we were aiming for something in the dirt (an old volleyball) but we kept hitting the hard ground. This is powerful, so you want to aim for something softer, so it can penetrate.

The scope was pretty accurate, and we were aiming for a ball (volleyball, old, dirty, etc) in the dirt mound beyond our property, and both my husband and I got super close -- just a little bit under where it was. Once we get our straw bales up (we got them tonight) we will be able to shoot a better target!

We took a video of my husband loading the arrows, and then there is a picture of the arrows -- three of them we have shot, and the 4th one we haven't used yet. We need to go get more arrows. Man, if only I had some decent fletching skills!! I think it would be great to be able to make your own arrows. 

If you buy this, you will be getting a decent bow, but be careful with the arrows -- be sure to hit things that are softer, not harder. For example, if you go hunting and hit a deer, you will be fine. But if you hit an Oak tree your arrow might bend. That is why the scope and accurate aim is important! 

#LeaderAccessories #crossbow #compoundbow #hunting #bowhunting #hunter #archery

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Lightweight and Compact Sleeping Bag

I give this sleeping bag a 5-star rating. I got it to review, and was thrilled! 

My 5-star rating is based on the following:

1. This is inexpensive for its weight class and temperature rating
2. It is SUPER lightweight and doesn't take up much room.

If you consider those factors, this is a fabulous bag. It is lightweight, so it is great for backpackers who are under 5'10". I say that because in the picture above, my 5'9" husband was modeling for me, he went inside the sleeping bag and we zipped it up. He put his arms in the bag as well. He weighs 200 lbs and sleeps on his back. In the picture, his feet are touching the bottom and his head is out of the bag (he is covering it up because he didn't want to show his face, silly man).

Some factors to consider: It is inexpensive, so the materials / stitching are probably not going to last through a lot of rough wear and tear. I can see kids rough housing at a sleepover and tearing the bag. So just be aware of that.

If you need a sleeping bag to keep in your car, or to take hiking or backpacking, or keep in your boat, or wherever, where space is limited and weight is restricted, then this is your bag.

If you are looking for a durable, long lasting high quality bag that will be able to withstand a lot of wear and tear, this is not your bag. Just keep that in mind when you are searching. I have a zero degree high quality bag for when I am camping all year round, and it is actually a bit too hot for me in the summer, so this will work perfect for me.


Sunday, February 21, 2016

We got a new showerhead

I love reviewing products, especially when they are items that we need and can really use. In this case I got to review a brand new hand held showerhead, for our bathroom.

We had an old yucky waterpik in our bathroom, that was hard to use, it had hard water build up and sprayed all over. We bought our house two months ago so we have been focusing on other things in the house to update, until I got the opportunity to review this new showerhead. It has 7 settings plus an on-off switch and can be used as a handheld or a standalone shower fixture.

One thing that is important to us is to have the handheld shower nozzle. Our other two showers don't have them, but we need it to use in our walk in shower, to bathe our 95 lb dog. If you have never used one of these to bathe your dogs before, then you are missing out. SUPER easy.  Bathing the dog is not a chore anymore. (Can't speak for the bathing of cats though!)

It was SUPER easy to install. It took my husband less than 15 minutes. And there are no leaks in the plumbing.

If you want to buy it, Check it out here.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Archery as a Sport is Becoming Super Popular

Robin Hood. The Ranger class in my MMORPG game. And now Katniss Everdeen. For as long as I can remember, as a kid growing up, my favorite "weapon" of choice was a bow and arrow. It was so cool, and looks awesome!! And to this day I still get teased by my siblings about my favorite movie, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. And I really enjoyed the Hunger Games movies as well. And I will skip over any detailed mention of when I played Everquest, haha! 

Anyway, I got the opportunity to try out and review this 50-70lb draw weight compound bow from Leader Accessories. 

And as you see, this is not me that is in these pictures or the video. It is my husband. Because I had shoulder surgeries and for the life of me, haven't gotten my complete strength back yet. So I am unable to draw the arrow back yet. We adjusted it down to 50 lbs. It was super simple to adjust. 

And so my husband got to have a lot of fun with it, target practice in our backyard. And I got to watch how perfect he looks. 

The bow is extremely comfortable in my hands, it is not too heavy, but super strong. It is a camouflage color which makes it easy if you go hunting. This definitely can be a hunter's bow, if you do like bow hunting.

My husband is left handed and he felt comfortable using it. He holds it like a right handed person would, though. 

Here is a video of how smooth the arrow flies off the bow:

This bow is surely a lot of fun! Archery is becoming a ton of fun thanks to The Hunger Games, lots of the teenagers these days are super into it! This is a great bow to get (not for younger kids because they are unable to draw the bow.... and even some older kids might not be able to. Just keep that in mind).

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Small 5-slot Bamboo Drawer Organizer

This bamboo drawer organizer includes 5 slots and can be used in a small apartment kitchen where you have small drawers, or it can be used in a desk to organize paperclips, pens, etc.

It is built out of sturdy construction, I like that it is bamboo as that is a very eco friendly wood. Bamboo grows quickly and is easy to replenish in the bamboo forests. I like that it is wood instead of plastic. However, please note that plastic seems to be easier to clean and the plastic ones can just be thrown into the dishwasher, while these ones can't. But these look a lot classier.

The main problem I have with this to use in the drawer for utensils, is that there is no slot for my serving spoons. The slots are long and narrow so there is wasted space as you can see in this picture.

This is the smallest drawer in my kitchen, and the one I had before, had 5-slots across the top, and a bigger one where the knives are, which is where I kept my serving spoons and weird shaped things like that long skinny tiny spoon no one knows what to do with.

So this isn't very feasible for me to use, and doesn't make good use of the space I have in my kitchen drawers. I am moving this to my office to use in my desk drawer. The space will be better utilized.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Liver Without Onions

I was diagnosed with fatty liver disease in between Christmas and New Years' Eve 2015. With the diagnosis being so new, I have been learning a lot the past few weeks about it, about what I can do, and why I got it.

Diagnosis. I went in to see the doctor mid-December because I felt a lump with pain in my breast. I first noticed it during my menstrual cycle the week before, in the middle of the night. The pain was pretty startling, enough to wake me up. That is always scary, and even more so since we had lost a dear friend to triple negative breast cancer just 4 months prior. So I went to get a checkup at the urging of my husband.

Because it was near my sternum, I got both a breast ultrasound (not a mammogram, don't get me started on how they tried to get me to do a mammogram, it still infuriates me) and then an upper abdominal ultrasound. Because the area around the lump was super tender, the upper abdominal ultrasound was a smart move.

The breast issue? Turns out it is nothing to be worried about, thankfully. But the upper ultrasound saw something going on with my liver. Somewhat unexpected, but nonetheless, they couldn't fully diagnose it with just the ultrasound. So we went on to get a CT scan.

I don't like exposing myself unnecessarily to radiation. I really get sick in the presence of it (hence me almost passing out as we walked in the CT scan room -- I physically felt as if the wind had been knocked out of me and couldn't get a breathe. I stepped out and I was fine. Stepped in and whoosh! Sort of like the Twilight Zone. Anyway, that is also the reason why I refused a mammogram. I really am not at high risk for breast cancer. I take care of myself, and don't have the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genetic mutations (I got tested because of the history of ovarian cancer in my family).

But I went and scheduled a CT scan because there is a time and place for it, and this was it. I did the preparations and detoxing afterward, so that it wouldn't affect me long term (iodine, spirulina, zeolite, clay and my detox foot pads).

The results came back the next day -- Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. It is at a moderate level.

And of course, since that diagnosis I have felt a dull ache in my right side. I know it is psychological, but nonetheless, you know how you favor something? Well I am favoring my liver now! hah. Sleeping on my left side, being gentle as if it will break.

This disease normally has certain risk attributes:

1) High triglycerides or LDL cholesterol. My test earlier this year had my triglycerides at 72. Amazing! My cholesterol has been great as well.

2) Diabetes. Nope, not me. I have amazing blood glucose levels and only have reactive hypoglycemia episodes (unrelated to diet) when I go without eating too long.

3) Overweight. I am overweight now. First time really in my life. The last year or so I have been gaining slowly but steadily, and I believe it is because of my liver! It processes the hormones that control the metabolism. I was already aware I have hormone issues, but have been trying to correct them without success.

4) Elevated liver enzymes. AST, ALT and GGT. I have no clue what they stand for, but mine are smack dab in the middle of the range. Not elevated at all and haven't been in the past 18 months that I have test results for.

5) High carb / processed food diet. Nope. Not me. Not at all. I eat a pretty good diet and most of it is not processed. This is one thing I have going for me.

So why do I have this disease? I have none of the risk factors, none of the other typical symptoms that the doctors would have caught based on lab results.

I had an appointment with my naturopathic medical doctor, and he mentioned fructose.  There is a connection between fructose and fatty liver, he told me. And so while I eat healthy, many foods that I eat are high in fructose, including raw honey, fresh fruits, sweet potatoes, etc.

So there was a connection. This might be it.

I did further research after my appointment, and found there were genes associated with fructose intolerance. The ALDOB gene is one of them, and I looked up my raw data on 23andme and found that I have mutations in those genes.

There are other genes that they have connected to NAFLD and I also have mutations on those genes, but only heterozygous (one risk allele, not two). So I don't know if that is related at all.

It makes me feel a little better that I didn't cause this disease myself. That it was out of my control, at least to the point where I didn't damage myself because of poor habits.

Treatment. There are a few courses of action we are taking.

1) Low fructose diet. I am actually shooting for a NO fructose diet. I started about 9 days ago. It is a bit difficult, but I feel it will be worth it. I have printed out charts and tables on fructose content and have to do a lot of math because many charts show the content of 100 grams of that particular food... and so I have to figure out a serving size, then MY serving size (which is always different) to determine if I can eat the food or not. For example, it shows how many grams of fructose are in 3 cherries. Who eats only three cherries? Not me! They are delicious and I can't stop eating them once I start. So, no more cherries for me (sad cry right here).

2) Supplements. These include:

3) Castor oil pack.

4) Liver Flush. Today I am doing a liver cleanse. It is Dr. Hulda Clark's protocol and should get 500 to 2,000 "liver stones" or "gall stones" out. I have done this before and it is not pleasant. But I really want to help my liver. 

It is basically a 2-day process. The first day you don't eat any fat at all (this is harder than it looks, but is doable).  It will build up the pressure in the bile ducts. Then that evening, you drink epsom salt water, at 6pm and 8pm, to clean out your bowels.

Right before bed, you drink a concoction of grapefuit juice (to soften the stones) and then olive oil. You mix about half a cup of olive oil to half a cup of freshly squeezed grapefuit juice. (I don't like grapefruit juice but it will taste awesome tonight I am sure).

Sometime in the morning you will have to go to the bathroom. A lot. About every 5-10 minutes. And what we call it is "butt pee". HAHA! And lots of stones will be coming out as well. The force of the olive oil triggering the biliary ducts to just shoot everything out, will be the reason why this will happen.

I have done this before, a few times, but the last time was about 8 years ago. This will help clean out the liver so that it can function better. And that is what I need.

When my liver functions better, I hope to be able to process my hormones properly, so that my metabolism will increase, so that I can lose the 30 pounds that I need to lose, to get back to where I was before my liver issues started.

So I am looking forward with hope. I am not looking at this as a potential death sentence. Fatty liver can end up scarring your liver and turning into cirrhosis, which can lead to liver failure, and death in 10% of the people with it! No. Not me. I have hope that I can do these things and FIX this.

Dr. Google says there is no cure.

I don't believe that.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Earthing Mat - A New Company With Affordable Pricing!

Earthing, or grounding, has many health benefits for people of all ages. It helps with inflammation in the body, and helps level out cortisol in your body if you are extra stressed. I have used many earthing products in the past, including the free ones like walking barefoot on the beach daily.

But it is not always possible to walk barefoot as much as we might need it. Right now there is snow on the ground and I am unable to walk barefoot, nor do I like walking barefoot in a neighborhood... maybe a park, but not regularly to get much benefit.

Thankfully there is something to help us out! There are earthing products that allow us to get the benefits of walking barefoot, in the comfort of our own home.

Earthing Mat (Buy it here)

I received an earthing mat from I Love Earthing (visit their Facebook page here). Learn more about them at
The really cool thing about this earthing mat is that it comes with a wrist band which is what I will be using the most. During the winter months, I sleep fully dressed in sweats and t-shirt so my bare skin doesn't really have the opportunity to be on the earthing mat or earthing sheet. So I am using the wrist band.

  • Better Sleep. When you sleep on an earthing sheet or mat, your cortisol levels at night drop, for better sleep. Pain levels decrease and higher energy levels are achieved throughout the day.
  • Less Stress, Depression and Anxiety. Studies have shown that grounding and earthing can improve heart rate variability, which could have cardiovascular benefits, but also reduces stress and decrease anxiety and depression. Lower stress levels can mean fewer headaches and even recovery from adrenal fatigue.
  • Better Cardiovascular Health. Earthing can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and heart attacks. The contact with with the earth's natural energy thins the blood and reduces inflammation, resulting in better blood pressure and blood flow.
  • Reduces Inflammation. Free radicals that we are exposed to can cause inflammation. Once we are able to neutralize the free radicals through earthing, inflammation begins to subside, and this is they key to slowing or preventing many chronic diseases.