Not one single outgoing order today was designated as FedEx so it might be time to remind you that the postal service can and probably will irradiate shipments. It is inconceivable that this improves anything and the product degradation might be much more than is realized. It does cost more to ship via FedEx and shipments to the East Coast do take considerably longer so perhaps planning ahead would be a good idea?
On similar subjects, I would like to try to summarize some lengthy studies that were posted to me in the last few days, one on the allegedly energy saving light bulbs, you know the twisted ones that are not supposed to burn out for years (but I have a whole box full of burned out ones that have to be disposed of as hazardous waste.) Here's the link to the story on Breast Cancer and CFL Bulbs.
Breast cancer is not the only concern; headaches, dizziness, and nausea due to the wildly fluctuating energy field that hitchhikes on wiring is the tip of the iceberg. For what it is worth, I will give a report from my cockatoo as he related it to our animal communicator. He was screaming wildly one day when someone had come to help me with a few things in the house. I went up to his room several times and he was always facing the wall in which electrical wires are concealed. He told our "translator" that the electromagnetic field was causing him a splitting headache and to shut off everything in the house. This was sad and I promised to run some tests to see if we could bring this under control, but some of you may remember that my elderly dog chewed through the fence in the backyard and went missing for one entire lunar month, full moon to full moon. She said her head hurt so badly that she had to escape and she never intended to go far. She just went down the block a bit to rest. After that, one thing led to another. The long and the short was she was too disoriented to find her way home again.
People send me emails all day long about similar complaints. One earlier this morning pertained to a mother and her son who had full body MRIs that revealed absolutely nothing but he had suddenly become severely neurologically impaired. It was intermittent for a while and then his system just collapsed.
The other issue is another repeat. Cell phone towers are a bloody nightmare. The data from Europe is conclusive: they are dangerous. There is a site for searching for the placement of towers in relationship to any address you enter. I checked mine a couple of years ago. There was only one tower at that time. Now there are 21!
Honestly, I don't know what anyone can do about this. We can't all live in Faraday cages. I suspect that even rather remote areas are not 100% free of severe electromagnetic interferences. In Scandinavia, the spread of cell phones and the towers that support them are regarded as the largest biological experiment in Earth history. In France, they are called the "Invisible Plague". In Spain, the findings suggest that the level at which health is affected is thousands of times less than the standard that is approved. In Israel, studies showed that those who lived near cell phone towers for up to seven years had an incidence of cancer four times the norm. It just goes on and on like this: Egypt correlated towers with psychiatric disorders, Australian researchers cited rooftop transmitters as causes of brain tumors, German studies showed that cancer appeared on the average eight years earlier than in populations living at greater distances from towers, etc., etc., etc.
What can you do? At minimum, do not keep the cell phone close to your body and use hands-free speaker phones. As you know, I do not have a land line either any more because the phone started to bother me to the point that I had excruciating pain in my ear after only a few minutes of talking and the last time I used the phone, it took 36 hours for the pain to subside. People always ask why I don't list a phone number. This is the reason: it is just too painful. My cell phone is used 1-2 times a year and it has a speaker phone. I spend hours on the sites that give the ratings for radiation which is different for absolutely every phone and the American models are not the same as the international phones. If I were to go on a trip, I would bring the phone but only use it as a speaker phone. CNET has been keeping lists for years but there are several other sites:
Lately, rather a lot of people seem to be in serious health crises. My heart is absolutely breaking and my own energy is very strained by the long hours I am spending trying to help people in their quests for the underlying causes of their distress. In at least two cases, cell phone use seemed pretty high on the list.
There are no absolutely perfect protocols for antidoting the effects. In the experiments I ran using live blood, it took many hours for the blood to revert from crisis mode to a less vigilant behavior. As you know, I am a bit nuts when it comes to live blood. I am absolutely certain of the sentiency of both red and white blood cells. They are not just interesting, sometimes they are entertaining and sometimes their behavior is noble and heroic. Previously, I compared the behavior of red blood cells to male penguins in Antarctica who take turns on the icy perimeter of their winter tasks of protecting eggs while the females forage in the ocean. Some red blood cells move to the perimeter of the interference zone to protect others from harm. Those on the perimeter suffer electroperforation of the lipid membrane and when the force field is normalized, they are in deep trauma, immobile, and leaking. Many will die and a few will recover and look more like the protected ones after six hours. I have not seen the cells break the defense pattern sooner. What I am saying is that even after the danger subsides, the hypervigilance does not and behavior does not begin to revert to normal for many hours.
Obviously, thicker and more viscous membranes would appear to be helpful but we are already precariously posed between resilience and flexibility. Too much resilience ultimately translates to impenetrability, you know, like a politician's brain and psyche. Too much flexibility can mean excessive susceptibility to influence. We each need to find a balance somewhere that works.
More and more people have been experimenting with yarrow and the reports reaching me are exciting. The more people tell me, the more I love this herb. We have it in several forms: flower essence, tea, tincture, and, of course, seeds. Some use yarrow as a sitz bath.
We learn so much by observing Nature. Yarrow is delicate but resilient. The leaves are feathery and fascinating and the flowers are densely clustered into groups. One of my yard helpers is a maniac for dead heading everything past its prime but even thought yarrow flowers eventually brown out, the leaves remain green throughout the winter. Everything in the vicinity of the yarrow thrives so we have a lesson! Also, for the record, the cockatoos love yarrow and eat both the flowers and leaves.
People need also trace minerals in any form they can find them: supplements, sea weed, Willard Water, shilajit, you name it. Grounding foods help, sweet potatoes and things like burdock and codonopsis roots. Adaptogens probably also protect some cells from damage: rhodiola, Siberian ginseng, ashwagandha, and suma. Try taking occasional sea salt and soda baths and, of course, of course, pay attention to the types of oils and fats you consume so that the viscous surfaces are protected: ghee!
As I said, it's busy today and I wanted to write a hasty note. There are however a few new products to mention, several kinds of Auromere soap, including lavender, vanilla-neem, and Himalayan rose: