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Chandon
Wednesday, December 30, 2009, 9:42pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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One thing I think I've discovered, but time will tell, is that using St. John's wort as an Explorer may not be a good idea! St. John's wort is metabolized by a cytochrome P450 pathway and so are many other things. People have to be careful about using it with certain drugs. I'm thinking that maybe my having starting taking SJW around a year ago could explain why I'm so mold sensitive now. I think the SJW has caused a real dam in my body in terms of processing mold, yeast, and perhaps other supplements. SJW also takes a while to get out of your system. Anyway, I wonder if other Explorers have had issues with this.

I don't know what your abbreviations refer to above.
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Quoted from Ribbit
  I sometimes think of myself as an Explorer in a Warrior body.


With SWAMI this is sometimes expressed as a Warrior with "reactive worldview".

A normal warrior has a thrifty worldview.

I tended to think of you as thrifty. But as I write this I can think of some aspects of you that may fit the reactive profile better.

Incidentally, Martha prefers to use the term "responsive" to "reactive".

Worldviews are on page 113 of the book.










MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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now I really understand my colleage which is working with Meta Scan... he tested me some weeks and told me about my *reactive past*... and yep I am still very thankful that I didn't produced any autoimmun disease likwise my elder sister did... but she seems to be a warrior .... but I can't say yep to all questiones about creating *reactive issues* in youth... not at all....  
coz I wasn' able to stand allopathic treatments....


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MMS reduces  our soooo highly needed red..or not red. gluthadion.... here layed the key dearle ...btw... would give a try to Magnolia bark also a so called antibacterial plant...but also lapacho tea can do the trick... I've tried once lapacho tea (= a bark) but no effect with me.... ....

Paul you are da hoot ...this is the fact why the *gold mines* at pharmacals doesn't work that effectively... one man's medicament is someone else poison ...as usual and pharmalobby isn't interested to go for research here.. so it means better to*give a try...so something is sold first....and the next will follow*
you see why that bombe of Vega machine and all the others are so heavily fighted by Pharmalobbies... they can't do any money on those... ....


btw...

I'd like to get to know if this is possible due to my *explorer-ness* that my reaction onto the op last year with morbus suddeck is given here Dito that  another reaction is due to too much of injections of anaesthetica.... meant here is.... since a while my left hand reacted as well...also the 3 fingers of my left hand have similar reactions as my right hand...they ache when I try to move them... so far a false neuronal response........


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Quoted from C_Sharp


With SWAMI this is sometimes expressed as a Warrior with "reactive worldview".

A normal warrior has a thrifty worldview.

I tended to think of you as thrifty. But as I write this I can think of some aspects of you that may fit the reactive profile better.

Incidentally, Martha prefers to use the term "responsive" to "reactive".

Worldviews are on page 113 of the book.



Okay, after going and reading it all, I would say I am thrifty until things to go too far, then I am reactive.  I think I remember reading somewhere that Dr. D said the Warriors could have been named Farmers.  They happily and peacefully till their fields until somebody comes up out of the woods and threatens their family.  Then they grab their spears and become Warriors.    I think I have some of both thrifty and reactive.  But the nonnie-ness makes me feel like an Explorer a lot of times.


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Amazone I.
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wasn't it you Ribbitlein, who told me once to give a try to this diet and that your AB daughter does much better on it...sorry I wasn't able to listen then...and yep have had too much in my mind instead of reading  the description about us.... ...that would have saved me nearly 2 years of time....


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I did think to you as an Explorer and I wrote it in a post for your drugs intolerance and discovered also a cousin of me as an Explorer the Christmas Eve. She is 54 years old, A-, of medium short height, not long legged, very drug-sensitive, she cannot more drink wine and spirits since 2 years, ambidester or left-handed and shows ten years less than her age. Very generous but with obstinate ironwill and creative, I bet she is also a nonnie. I have sent her the link to the Explorer description in the syte and I hope that her open mind will jump in here !
Best wishes again Isa from Maria Govanna


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Isa, good luck with your changes.  Hope the explorer diet will be the right match and work for you the way it should, driving our Isa to speedy optimum health.  I understand what you are going through, I myself now back to Swami Teacher from Swami Warrior ...  Pendulum feeling here ... like CS said, it is the food lists that is important ... that I am watching and agreeing with most choices.  I gather you are happy with all or most of your Explorer choices Swami gave you in your lists?  




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oooh yea I remember Maria Giovanna, you once mentioned it as well...
and I didn't listened...and yep...
but ok as Dr.P.D. said I've to go and adapt it withBTD traits ... what a lucky bum I am ....

Cristina I don't know...have to try it first ....


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Isa, what a discovery! To find out you are an Explorer!!  
About your lefthand.. Does the PT have effect??
Anyway, I think that your sensitivity to anaesthetics is really an Explorer thing. And your 'aversion' to wine?? Typical Explorerthing.
Great for you!!

Take care

Cocky


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Isa,
Congratulations for your courage to keep persisting until you get it right!  May you experience all the benefits of radiant health!  



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Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
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...hmmm Victoria... I don't know... perhaps is this only due to my very high adrenal workout ...

Cocky...stopped my *wine-sensitivity* since a while ... tested it out but yep I really must take care here... but perhaps is this also an explorer thingy likewise our moods and bloodcirculation...or blood thinning issues ... .... ;)
PT is still great for my right paw... it works phantastically and I am nearly able to do all I want with my right hand... but it took more than a year... ....
but as P.D. describes us...get beaten...fight...get beaten and stand up again... ;) ....

...

but yesss it's true I can't really cope with allopathic meds...   but now I can proove it to the *white coated* coz they told me..hey you only want to drive your own wheel ;)...which isn't that far from my real worldview..ok.... but I am not a hypochonder nor will I risk whatsoever for the obligations of thoses... ...I am able to use my own brain and tried to explain to them.....but the anaesthetic shots were to much...I am persuated.....
but I will send them one by one the explanation about explorers... also to the doc who is still giving me the autorization to see my physio by prescriptions ;) ...


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"hey you only want to drive your own wheel ."

Yes...especially when you don't like the way the white coats are driving.

Debra


"Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves." C.G. Jung"

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Quoted from Debra+
"hey you only want to drive your own wheel ."

Yes...especially when you don't like the way the white coats are driving.

Debra
Or the direction they are driving in....

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Explorers unite...

Just curious...how many of you have chicken as a black dot?
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SF for me now.....need to find organic sources and free range only before I taste them again!


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I was watching a guy on a TV show discussing animal conditions who claims that just because they free range it doesn't necessarilly mean that they are. Sometimes it just means that they are free to roam inside a farm house full of other chickens, living and sleeping in their own feces. Sorry don't mean to spoil your appetite Lola.
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chicken is still a no-no for me.....


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Chicken is black dot for me - but I still rarely eats it - just dont really like it anymore and it makes me constipated
BUT for years I have known that beef and veal made me feel GOOD when I shared it with Emma
- I was a wannabe O  and bingo both are superfoods on my swami


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Chicken is neutral for me.
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Chicken makes my little Explorer feel horrible!  She was 4 when I first started wondering about chicken, after I realized it was an avoid for her B daddy.  When I took chicken out of his diet, and he felt so much better, I tried it for her as well (This is even before we knew she was an AB).  The next time she had it, she had her old reaction, and I asked her to describe to me what she was feeling.  As she laid in bed and cried and cried, she said, "Chicken makes me feel sad."  Besides that, it gives her headaches and leg aches.  I keep her away from it at all costs now.


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as I told you once..at the age + - of 2 or a bit more I've thrown it out... that blo..chickies ...


btw...I begun a detox program with highest amounts of Alfalfa and red. gluthadion....
since yesterday.... hmmmm way to look for ....


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Tell us how the detox goes!
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sweattings par excellence and I'm not sure is it detox or menopause related...


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I wonder if hot flashes help Explorers!

I remember that one time I lost weight really quickly in my twenties, I would sweat at night sometimes!
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