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Gardening, Iridology, and plant darts

 
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When working outdoors we are not told about the plants containing darts that can penetrate the skin or anything breaking our skin can cause energy to be blocked internally. Our body uses the sun to move energy internally, uses food and water for energy but as we work inside/ outside we can pick up debris in our skin that can deflect energy or block food/water from a certain areas of the body. Debris in the skin such as slivers moves down in the skin until it reaches the last layer of skin or the epithelial layer but while it moves down into the skin it blocks energy going to the organs. It can pinch off blood supply to an area of the body and block nerves from sending signals inside the body. Using product on the skin each night and covering the hands with cotton gloves can draw anything we pick up in the skin out. Black salve works well, a product called NatureWell also works well as a drawing salve and can be purchased online from WalMart. The Amish people use this when working in the fields to rid the skin of any particles we can not see. It is debris in the skin that blocks energy from traveling to a certain area of the body that causes problems as we age and it is extremely easy to pick up debris working outside/inside.
Each day what we pick up in the skin moves down into the skin and blocks nutrients, water. Eventually it blocks the nerves, blood supply and cause cause us to have surgery if we do not know to pull debris from the skin. In Iridology we can see blocks in our energy field and nerves and if you have a jagged wreath outside the pupil
you have debris in your hands or feet. Use one of the two suggestions I told you about to pull debris from the skin, this will take a while depending on age and what you have been doing. It also depends on your age and how long we have been working not knowing this information, dry cal-iced areas on our hands/feet mean debris are under these areas. Remove these areas from the skin using a cuticle cutter to avoid surgery.
Plants have their own line of defense even though we can not see them in the skin called darts, the iris is a dartboard and many professions use Iridology in their practice to determine what is wrong with a person internally. You now know what you can not see in the skin can harm the body but can be drawn from the skin even if you are 50, you have to use the product longer depending on age. This truly does work, is effective and will keep you from having surgery later on in life. Obituaries and hobbies of that person is proof enough as to what that person died doing and what they did for a living.
Lisa Kern  
 
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