Wellness and holistic medicine from an integrative family doctor in Princeton, NJ. - Healing Oceans Family Wellness Center - providing holistic health care, integrative medicine, nutrition and lifestyle support for women, children, and families.
Country: 18.104.22.168, North America, CA
City: -73.8167 Quebec, Canada
This book needs the answers and rationals so you can know if your on the right track or not, so when you go to take the test
I've had sinus problems since as long as I can remember. A deviated septum operation helped a little but not enough. I've sprayed this and swallowed that but it always came back to a sinus headache and a feeling like my head was under water. I happened on an ad for the Navage device and I said, "What the hell, I might as well give it a try." I'm so glad I did. It seems to work on the same idea as the Neti pot I had previously tried but that was just too messy. This is self-contained and it is easy cleanup. Although the manufacturer recommends two uses a day I'm getting great relief just doing it just once a day. It's so nice not to feel that pressure under my eyes anymore. Hopefully Navage will continue to work its magic over time.
I had a cat with a recurring UTI and had some accidents. This stuff worked GREAT! I did have to apply twice and fully saturate the area and once the product was COMPLETELY dry the smell was COMPLETELY gone. I am ordering more! A great staple to have around the house if you have pets or kids. I did use this on older hard wood floors with gaps, so that is why I think I had to do 2 applications.
Eeeeeeek! I was so excited to get this makeup brush! I have never used one or even seen one in person! Oh my gosh, it is so so soft! It blends my makeup really well and gives me that airbrushed look! I love it! But then again I have loved every Lagure product that I have tried! This product came nicely packaged and it came in a timely manner. I would highly recommend this product.
I now hear in 5 dimensions. A 4th spatial dimension, plus the ever-elusive-whilst-at-the-same-time-painstakingly-present dimension of Time. Pretty nifty. Of course, one must use some wisdom in wielding such power, but really, how many of us who actually have $7,000 to bandy about are anything less than obesely wise?! Due to this sort of quaternion relation in audial space, the ear is accosted by a slew of new soundscapes, not just new individual sounds, whole new sets of sounds. Consider them the "imaginary" sounds, if you will. The square root of the negative D-flat scale and such. It'll all make sense after a few listens (which of course will be oblivious to and/or in control of Time). The only sound complaint I could even dream to lodge would be that songs which feature anti-derivative functions (mostly fugues) in the bass clef have a tendency to drown out the higher, more individualistic voices which make up the treble melodies. But just a little, you can hardly even notice.