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It's been a while now, and I wanted to know if any of you have experienced wild, vivid or strange dreams while taking this at night?

 

Although I have experienced vibrant and lucid dreams, and have a better recall in the morning, I've not had any strange experiences with it. After sharing the Asthma and Circulatory Aid with everyone here on the forum, I shared it with some friends and coworkers, many of them mentioned strange and wild dreams, and some were even frightened enough to discontinue taking a dose at night.

 

Has anyone here had that kind of thing happen, or anything strange for that matter.

 

Just curious

 

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I almost always have vivid dreams so I didn't notice anything different.

 

BUT, I think I've found another use: hangover remedy! I'm tiny & don't metabolize alcohol well. I generally don't sleep well at all and usually have at least a headache the next morning. We recently returned from a short vacation in Hawai'i and I should have had a whopper of a hangover each morning - the hotel bartenders made a marvelous Mai Tai. A swig of this stuff plus two glasses of water and I was good to go each morning. I know I'm going to be drinking again this weekend so am going to try it before I go to bed. Maybe the immediate detox will let me sleep all the way through the night. Will keep you posted!

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Thanks for sharing, Wyrd. I've added to my wish list: one juicer! I've had an awful on-the-verge sinus infection just barely lingering for about three weeks now... not enough even to go to the docs but I feel like my face is full of chopped paper and glue... perhaps a trip to the mall this weekend is in order!

I'm curious to see how the raw onion juice goes down - normally raw onion gives me heartburn... we'll see!

MW, excellent discovery! :D

 

Edit: ordered my juicer from amazon! *waiting anxiously*

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I almost always have vivid dreams so I didn't notice anything different.

 

BUT, I think I've found another use: hangover remedy! I'm tiny & don't metabolize alcohol well. I generally don't sleep well at all and usually have at least a headache the next morning. We recently returned from a short vacation in Hawai'i and I should have had a whopper of a hangover each morning - the hotel bartenders made a marvelous Mai Tai. A swig of this stuff plus two glasses of water and I was good to go each morning. I know I'm going to be drinking again this weekend so am going to try it before I go to bed. Maybe the immediate detox will let me sleep all the way through the night. Will keep you posted!

Thanks for sharing your experience with it MW, It is a powerful liver cleanser so that would make sense, I will remember to try this the next time I have a few :cheers: purely for research though, not that I would ever drink for pleasure :no:

 

Please keep us posted

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for sharing, Wyrd. I've added to my wish list: one juicer! I've had an awful on-the-verge sinus infection just barely lingering for about three weeks now... not enough even to go to the docs but I feel like my face is full of chopped paper and glue... perhaps a trip to the mall this weekend is in order!

 

I'm curious to see how the raw onion juice goes down - normally raw onion gives me heartburn... we'll see!

MW, excellent discovery! :D

 

Edit: ordered my juicer from amazon! *waiting anxiously*

Your welcome, Vermilion.

 

 

I hope your juicer arrives soon. So far no one that I know have reported heartburn issues, I think that the ginger helps with that.

 

Keep us posted

 

 

 

 

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coworkers, many of them mentioned strange and wild dreams, and some were even frightened enough to discontinue taking a dose at night.

 

Has anyone here had that kind of thing happen, or anything strange for that matter.

 

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The alternative medicine system I follow is based on how the acid & alkaline balance affects the central nervous system. Grapefruit (and other citrus, but especially grapefruit) is the most alkalizing food that can be eaten. Some people who have a very strong rest and digest (parasympathetic) branch of their central nervous system are already very alkaline. Myself included. I would take the garlic and ginger but am not allowed citrus. The alkalizing effects of the grapefruit will make a strong parasympathetic system even stronger leading to lucid dreams and perhaps some symptoms of depression.

 

I try to eat acidifying foods that do the opposite and strengthen the weaker (for me) "fight and flight" sympathetic side.

 

Everyone is unique. People with autoimmune problems and allergies tend to be to alkaline. Grapefruit could cause crazy dreaming, tiredness, fatigue, increased allergies. Carrot juice could be substituted for the grapefruit in that case.

 

For people who have a strong sympathetic system, the grapefruit will make them feel fantastic.

 

If you blood pressure tends to be low, you breath slowly, dream a lot, have very pink ears, like to stay up and sleep late, and have allergies, grapefruit might not agree with you.

 

If you are peppy, high energy, wake early in AM, have pale ears, get goose bumps easily, then grapefruit may make you feel really, really good.

 

Fast way to tell is to take 50mg niacin. If you flush like mad quickly, you are parasympathetic dominant, almost no flush you are sympathetic dominant. In between, you are naturally balanced.

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The alternative medicine system I follow is based on how the acid & alkaline balance affects the central nervous system. Grapefruit (and other citrus, but especially grapefruit) is the most alkalizing food that can be eaten. Some people who have a very strong rest and digest (parasympathetic) branch of their central nervous system are already very alkaline. Myself included. I would take the garlic and ginger but am not allowed citrus. The alkalizing effects of the grapefruit will make a strong parasympathetic system even stronger leading to lucid dreams and perhaps some symptoms of depression.

 

I try to eat acidifying foods that do the opposite and strengthen the weaker (for me) "fight and flight" sympathetic side.

 

Everyone is unique. People with autoimmune problems and allergies tend to be to alkaline. Grapefruit could cause crazy dreaming, tiredness, fatigue, increased allergies. Carrot juice could be substituted for the grapefruit in that case.

 

For people who have a strong sympathetic system, the grapefruit will make them feel fantastic.

 

If you blood pressure tends to be low, you breath slowly, dream a lot, have very pink ears, like to stay up and sleep late, and have allergies, grapefruit might not agree with you.

 

If you are peppy, high energy, wake early in AM, have pale ears, get goose bumps easily, then grapefruit may make you feel really, really good.

 

Fast way to tell is to take 50mg niacin. If you flush like mad quickly, you are parasympathetic dominant, almost no flush you are sympathetic dominant. In between, you are naturally balanced.

Thank you for sharing, Very interesting insight Sapphire.

 

 

I've not heard of " parasympathetic dominant / sympathetic dominant " before, you've prompted me to do some research.

 

 

 

 

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Update

 

If you add between half to one teaspoon of Potassium Chloride it will lower blood pressure.

 

 

 

 

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I am revisiting this thread because I live off of salads, which also means I live off of salad dressings, lol. I wanted a simple and easy fat-free home-made salad dressing made from non-processed foods. So I chucked this recipe into the food processor, and added a bit of pear-infused balsamic vinegar as a preservative. It is actually very nice (mine is spicy as I like spice so I put in a lot of ginger). I might try adding some chick-peas for thickening and/or maybe some ground up almonds or walnuts would be a nice addition too (I get most of my protein from nuts and beans). But for now, it made a lovely salad dressing. If you want sweeter you can add an orange.. possibly even some berries.

 

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Thankyou for sharing this remedy! My son (and I to an extent) suffers from respiratory issues which are generally dealt with with an inhaler, but I find they don't always work and prefer to use natural remedies where possible. So definitely want to give this a try, although I do have a question, which doesn't seem to have been asked/covered....

 

Do you have to take it on a regular basis or just when needed? Also do you have to take it twice a day? Or should you just kind of play around and see what works best and what your body needs?

 

I am planning on getting a juicer so this will probably be one of the first things I try :cauldron: hehe xxx

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I was seriously considering making this today for the hubby as he is having some respiratory issues. Due to the "traumatised ass" input I don't think this will be the best remedy as hubby is rather "food sensitive" in that way.

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Thankyou for sharing this remedy! My son (and I to an extent) suffers from respiratory issues which are generally dealt with with an inhaler, but I find they don't always work and prefer to use natural remedies where possible. So definitely want to give this a try, although I do have a question, which doesn't seem to have been asked/covered....

 

Do you have to take it on a regular basis or just when needed? Also do you have to take it twice a day? Or should you just kind of play around and see what works best and what your body needs?

 

I am planning on getting a juicer so this will probably be one of the first things I try :cauldron: hehe xxx

 

Whatever works for you, Start slow and low and don't give up on the inhaler just yet. It's a food so there are no restrictions on use.

 

Adults start with ONE TEASPOON at first, after you get used to it you can take a tablespoon for each dose, wait at least two to three minutes for it to take effect before you take another dose (not that consecutive doses are needed), you can take this as often as you like, but don't overdo each dose, less is more and this stuff takes no prisoners, if you take too much in one dose IT WILL KNOCK YOU ON YOUR ARSE so be warned.

 

Young children can take half a teaspoon at first, then up to one teaspoon as they become used to it.

 

 

 

 

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I was seriously considering making this today for the hubby as he is having some respiratory issues. Due to the "traumatised ass" input I don't think this will be the best remedy as hubby is rather "food sensitive" in that way.

 

Try it you may be surprised how gentle it is !!!!

 

 

 

 

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So how is this added to something if you cant take the heat of the ginger? I have asthma and hey fever so I thought I'd give it a try if thinning it out with something is duable.

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Whatever works for you, Start slow and low and don't give up on the inhaler just yet. It's a food so there are no restrictions on use.

 

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So how is this added to something if you cant take the heat of the ginger? I have asthma and hey fever so I thought I'd give it a try if thinning it out with something is duable.

 

Amberhawk - it woks as is so there's nothing that can be added or removed. Interestingly if you were to blend the same ingredients (as apposed to juicing) it would have zero effect, I know, I've tried it. About the only thing you can do is up the amount of grapefruit. But it's really not that bad!

 

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Amberhawk - it woks as is so there's nothing that can be added or removed. Interestingly if you were to blend the same ingredients (as apposed to juicing) it would have zero effect, I know, I've tried it. About the only thing you can do is up the amount of grapefruit. But it's really not that bad!

 

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Thank you much. I only asked because I have a lot of trouble with ginger. That's all. I don't do spicey well at all. I never did.

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I've tried this now and completely attest to It being a great detoxifier anti asthmatic and blood vessel isolator drunk to much at once and it was like a hangover crossed with a hot flash but I'm definitely clear of the bug I had PS.it does at least for me sensitise you to insulin and other diabetes medications

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As an important reminder, please allow a two (2) hour window before or after taking conventional medications.

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This sounds like a very interesting remidy. I'm always having trouble with sinuses, I'm going to see if this will probably help me.

I love the feedback that's coming from everyone else! Very interesting!

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Merianna, Did this help your with your sinus issue, I would be very interested in your feedback, good or bad.

 

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Update:

I adding Turmeric to this recipe, to see if there are any additional or increased benefit's over the original formula, I can’t resist tinkering with stuff. LOL.

If anyone here is still using the original formula, and would like to try adding Turmeric, I’d be very interested in your feedback.

My main goal is to add additional or enhanced benefit's to the original recipe, while calming the sensation for some of the more sensitive without reducing it's effectiveness.

 

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Update

 

After several months of using and testing this with Turmeric, I've not noticed any additional benefits, other than taming the taste slightly, which I never found to be a issue for me or my family members.

 

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