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Your requested Solay Health Wellness Newsletter
November 17, 2009
In this Issue:
How Salt Can Help Prevent Swine Flu and 6 Important Things you should know
Dr. Vinay Goyal is an MBBS,DRM,DNB (Intensivist and Thyroid specialist)having clinical experience of over 20 years. He has worked in institutions like Hinduja Hospital , Bombay Hospital , Saifee Hospital , Tata Memorial etc. Presently, he is heading our Nuclear Medicine Department and Thyroid clinic at Riddhivinayak Cardiac and Critical Centre, Malad (W).
The following message given by him, I feel makes a lot of sense and is important for all to know
The only portals of entry are the nostrils and mouth/throat. In a global epidemic of this nature, it's almost impossible to avoid coming into contact with H1N1 in spite of all precautions. Contact with H1N1 is not so much of a problem as proliferation is.
While you are still healthy and not showing any symptoms of H1N1 infection, in order to prevent proliferation, aggravation of symptoms and development of secondary infections, some very simple steps, not fully highlighted in most official communications, can be practiced (instead of focusing on how to stock N95 or Tamiflu):
Dating back thousands of years, the practice of oil pulling was a popular Indian Ayurvedic treatment. Oil pulling is the process of swirling and pulling oil around the mouth and in between the teeth. When done, the used oil is spit out and then one rinses their mouth with water. The purpose of oil pulling is to remove toxins, contaminants, and bacteria, and infection pus from inside the mouth and in between the teeth.
A person will use one tablespoon of oil and rinse their mouth one to three times a day for about 20 minutes. As the oil mixes with the saliva, the composition will change from its thick consistency to thin, foamy, and a yellow color. The gargling action will trigger enzymes to activate and they will pull out toxins from the blood. You will know it is working because as you continue swishing and swirling, the oil gets thinner and becomes white. Those who study oil pulling report that movement of oil in the mouth causes the sublingual muscles to expel toxins. However, others say the saliva mixing with the oil stimulates the release of stored toxins. It is important not to swallow the oil when done because it contains the toxins and bacteria.
The Solay Wellness Senter in Skokie Mission
The Senter in Skokie is a collaborative cooperative of wellness businesses and individual alternative therapy healers that provide products, services, and classes. We offer a beautiful, relaxing salt room environment conducive to our clients' and customer wellness, and lifestyle products to support them such as salt lamps, mineral rich salts, organic skin care, crystals and gemstones, and natural food products. We are dedicated to the well-being of our clients and customers on every level – physically, spiritually, emotionally, and mentally.
Some of our Wellness Practitioners:
Cynthia Zeki, Ph.D., RMT, Akashic Records, Heart-Based Reiki, Crystal Healing
Thomas Frierson, RMT, Heart-Based Reiki, Himalayan Singing Bowls
Diane Ansel, LMT, Ayurvedic Massage
Gary Goldman, Spiritual Light Coaching: Spiritual Life, Relationship & Family Coaching
Petra Homann, Quantum Biofeedback, Aura Color Analysis, Amethyst Crystal Biomat
Free Gratitude Class
If you're in the Skokie, IL area, come by Wednesday November 18th, 2009 starting at 7 pm.
8049 N Ridgeway Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
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