cures for ailments

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cures for ailments

Post by ambi » Thu Dec 23, 2010 2:14 pm


so many folk are ill today and this is were as infp's we come in handy ;)
no one wants our children growing up becoming ill. we can cook a macrobiotic diet for children and its been proved it really works, even with cancer :cry:
here are some book reccomendations for further reading

food children enjoy by peta jane oliver
the right food for your kids by louise templeton
cook yourself a favour by Dr J and R gibson and louise templeton
macrobiotic pregnancy and care of the newborn by mishio and aveline kushi
naturaL childcare an eastwest journal anthology
the self healing cookbook by kristina turner
an introduction to macrobiotics by oliver cowmeadow
cooking with sea vegetables by montse and peter bradford
food;natural energies creates you bypeta jane gulliver

heres where you can getyour stuff from
clearspring mail order natural foodstore

not sure about other countries just type it in on the net

listen to me for gods sake :evil:

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Re: cures for ailments

Post by Sxandy » Sat Oct 25, 2014 11:12 am

My hair is very long. If I cut it off I would be devastated. I have never died, and do not follow fahions with it. In a way, it is my self- confidence, however, because it shows I do not care what other epole think of me for not following trends. Same reason why I don't wear makeup. I think you should do whatever you wany with your hair.
Has anyone else noticed us INFPs tend to not care about fashion and and what other people think of us?

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Re: cures for ailments

Post by Zetturn » Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:24 pm

My hair till my ass; I'm muddy and smell like sh** and I am guy, yes.

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