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“Is coconut oil good or bad for us”

Hello Warren: There is so much conflicting information out there about the health benefits/risks of consuming coconut oil. I stir a little bit (about 1 tsp) into my coffee every morning. I have noticed a great improvement in the health of my skin (less dryness) and hair (re-growth...

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“What can you tell us about infrared saunas?”

Question Hi Warren, Hello Warren, does Infrared Sauna 🧖‍♀️ Work to help us heal? Answer Cathy, My wife is from Finland and sauna, the only Finnish word in the english language, is like a church to them. Every home, apartment and even many businesses have them. There is much research on the benefits of sweating in a sauna: it reduces strokes, benefits the brain and mood, improves endurance, protects the heart, reduces pain and inflammation, improves respiratory function, kills disease causing microbes. Indeed regular sauna uses have less colds and flus in winter. If instead of once a week saunas, you take one four or more times a week you get a decrease of chances of death from heart disease by 50%, high blood pressure by 47%, dementia by 66%, respiratory...

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“Opening and healing the pineal gland?”

Question Hi Warren, The other day I met a woman named Andrea, said she has read that drinking distilled water can open and heal the pineal gland. Is this true? Also, how can we protect ourselves from the chem trails we see above us? We are all concerned about environmental toxins and wanting to protect ourselves and grow spiritually. Now, about our pineal glands…? Caroline Answer Caroline, The pineal gland is in the center of the brain and look like a tiny pine cone, thus it’s name. On the physical it has to do the the light and dark cycle of the day. It released melatonin at night to help put us to sleep. So I am concerned with people taking too much melatonin externally as a supplement for long term use....

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“How to transmute panic into passion”

Question I need to transmute panic into passion so that I can get "unstuck" from fear and be excited about starting the next phase of my life. Can you please expand on this? - Caroline Answer Caroline, I mentioned to you the need to transmute panic in to passion because of the transition you are going through. I, myself am going through a period of great change as well. When we face the unknown, our unconscious fears are often triggered. Past events can be recalled where everything didn’t turn out as we wanted. When fear and anxiety reach a crescendo, we can get to the point of panic. Our adrenals are pumping out stress hormones, our heart beats faster, our respiration increases, we feel flushed, we can’t sleep and...

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