Hemp Seed Oil (Cold Pressed) is unique with an almost perfectly balanced profile of Omega 9, 3 and 6. Uniquely among common seed oil, it also contains GLA (Gamma-Linolenic Acid) and even more uniquely, raises circulating GLA.
Research around the world has shown that hemp oil (as can all essential fatty acids) boosts the body’s natural ability to heal and boost our immune systems.
The Essential Fatty Acids in hemp are renowned for their ability to improve cell growth and organ function, vitality and mental state.
Extensive studies have shown that many common illnesses (e.g. Eczema) are related to deficiencies or imbalances of specific fatty acids in the body in particular, Omega 3, 9 and 6. Read More
On Monday, I had a number of photographs taken for my websites and some other forthcoming projects, by a local professional photographer. I have added photographs to each of my four sites.
For many people with spastic forms of cerebral palsy it can be difficult to get good quality photographs taken, because of our tendency to flinch and to blink in response to camera flash and to camera noise. The solution, it seems, is persistence and a little ingenuity. I am grateful to Matt (Matthew Seed Photography, Manchester) for having plenty of both.
Matt’s first idea was to use constant background lighting, which was bright enough to make the flash less noticeable. Read More
At last, I think I have made sense of the multitude of measurements, which I have been given during recent eye tests.
It looks as though the smallest print size that I can actually read (outside test conditions) is 4 point. For those of you who prefer traditional measurements, this means print size of 4/72 of one inch.
Of course, I will keep you informed of any further progress, but for me, the most important question to answer is what has led to this remarkable improvement, which has developed since November 2006?
I am still trying to find a definitive medical opinion and I will be fascinated if one ever emerges. Read More
As you may remember, during one of my chats with Joyce, on The Power Hour, we marvelled at the fact that I can read the standard entries in the BT Phonebook (The UK’s main directory). At the time of our conversation, I did not know the precise point size, which is used. This morning, BT has just told me that they use 5.75 point.
To give an idea of scale, 72 point is ONE INCH when printed at 1:1 scale and BT is using 5.75 point
Under test conditions, I am able to read N4.5 sized print. N4.5 comes from the standard scale used in UK eye tests. In recent weeks, I have discovered that I can read print, which is considerably smaller than either of these examples is. Read More
Regular readers will know that I continue to be grateful for the ongoing support and encouragement of Perry A~. Perry has written a short article giving her personal view of My Serrapeptase Adventure, so far. It is my pleasure to include it here, in full and in Perry’s own words.
Mike Tawse is a man who refuses to settle for limited solutions. He is 100% responsible for his return to better health. Despite his doctor’s dark prognosis for Mike’s situation and the medical profession’s equally gloomy prescription drug approach in treating him with traditional side-effect riddled drugs, Mike overcame.
When I first met Robert Redfern (Naturally Healthy Publications) and David Meyer (Good Health Naturally) in October 2006, I was briefly introduced to the power of the HealthPoint. In expert hands, it became very clear that HealthPoint could offer me a measure of freedom from spasticity, which had only previously been possible with high-strength medications. At last, I had found something, which, with just one application, provided relief of the stiffness in my spine for several hours.
Serrapeptase had removed the pain of spasticity months earlier, and it continues to keep it away, to this day, but my joints, and my spine, were still very stiff. Read More
Today, February 18, 2008 marks another amazing milestone in My Serrapeptase Adventure. It is the first full day of my third year without prescription medication!
Although people might expect that I would mark January 3, which was the second anniversary of the first time I took Serrapeptase, for me, the second anniversary of freedom from prescription medication is, in some ways, even more significant.
As many regular readers will know, I have recently discovered that many of the symptoms from which Serrapeptase has rescued me were, in fact, known, and even expected, side effects of all the prescription medications, which I took before I knew about Serrapeptase. Read More
Now I am back on something like familiar territory, with Essential Fatty Acids from fish. Eskimo-3 Fish Oil helps:
- Improve Circulation
- Integrity of Blood Vessels
- Brain Function
- Flexibility and Permeability of Cell Membranes
- Eye Health
- Brain Function
- Cardiovascular Diseases
- It also helps protect the retina’s photoreceptor cells
Essential Fatty Acids in liquid form must contain at least 480mg of DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) and 720mg of EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) per teaspoon. Eskimo-3 is the most efficient way to take this important source of essential fatty acids. Read More
I am learning about Essential Fatty Acids. I guess the clue is in their name… they are ‘Essential’. Like many people, I had heard of these things, but I knew little about them, and I paid little attention.
While listening, as usual, to a recent edition of The Power Hour, I heard the familiar voice of Robert Redfern (Naturally Healthy Publications), talking about Krill. Over the next few months, I am going to try a number of Essential Fatty Acids formulations. I will try to find the one, which is best suited to me. Naturally, I will start with Krill.
The Krill Miracle is the purest, most concentrated Omega 3, 6 and 9, supplement from the unpolluted Southern Ocean. Read More
Today is January 3, 2008. It is the second anniversary of the first time I took Serrapeptase, or the first day of my third year of adventure. This is a day, which, just a few short years ago, I could not reasonably have expected to see. My Serrapeptase Adventure has shown me repeatedly, the thrill life can be when predictions are proved wrong, and the unexpected becomes an accepted part of every day.
At the beginning of a bright new year, I find myself looking forward to the opportunities, which lie ahead, and to the challenges through which I will continue to learn on my way towards reaching them. I am sure that 2008 will give me many things to write about and I look forward to continuing to share My Serrapeptase Adventure with you. Read More