The Water Miracle

A video about how a pet’s paralysis was overcome by adding Aqualyte and Ionyte resulting in a pet’s healing miracle. Multiple health issues can arise in pets and humans due to a mineral deficiency. Ionyte is a powerful “electrolyte” made up of coral minerals combined with organic complexes from plants. These organic complexes contain nature’s basic “building blocks” that plants use to create the nutrients in fruits and vegetables. Adding Ionyte to your drinking water helps to make up for a mineral deficiency that’s missing in our food and water. The product is also treated with a proprietary “energizing” process to further enhance its benefits in the human body. Some people have referred to it as “liquid acupuncture”. It will boost your energy levels without side effects and is very safe. It has been shown to be effective at relieving aches and pains whether taken internally or applied topically. Ionyte is also used to speed the healing process of cuts, burns, bumps, bruises, insect bites, leg ulcers, bed sores, toothaches and muscle cramps It can dissolve kidney stones and bone spurs just to name a few of it’s many uses.

Homemade Detox Foot Pads

You Can Make Detox Foot Pads at Home and Remove All the Dangerous Toxins from Your Body Overnight. Detox foot pads were first used in Japan. It is about stick-on pads that need to be placed on the soles of the feet before going to bed. The next day when you remove the footpads, you will see that the dangerous toxins eliminated from the body have darkened the pads. The foot pads are worn on feet because they help circulate blood and lymph into the torso. Our inactive lifestyle causes circulation to bog down around the ankles, lower legs and …

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