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Discussion in 'Natural and Organic Husbandry' started by L.rhodes, Oct 18, 2018.

  1. Oct 18, 2018
    L.rhodes

    L.rhodes Chillin' with the herd

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  2. Oct 19, 2018
    Baymule

    Baymule Herd Master

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    I try to live a clean and organically as possible. I am sensitive to chemicals, to the point that I am very limited to what products I can use. I hold my breath, run down the soap aisle and grab a scent free jug of laundry soap. The only cleaning product I can use is vinegar and water.

    My Daddy was an organic gardener before it was the cool thing to do. I also am an organic gardener. We raise sheep, feeder pigs and we have chickens. Unfortunately organic feeds are $32 and up for a 50 pound bag, we can't afford that. So I just do the best I can for the animals.

    There are people here that hold to organic methods. There are others here that will march into battle over conventional versus organic methods. Don't get into an argument, just gracefully back out of the conversation.
     
  3. Oct 19, 2018
    greybeard

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    Is H3o2 the same as 'structured' water?
     
  4. Oct 19, 2018
    greybeard

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    You don't have to make it. You can buy 60 servings* of it for $59.95 under the name Double Helix.
    Serving size is 3 drops...potent stuff, as the instructions say to pour the entire contents of the bottle into 1 gallon of distilled or RO water.
    180 drops for "only" $59.95.
    *(evidently, they give you 20 extra drops for free , since the fine print says there are 80 drops in the bottle.)



    Double Helix Water | Double Helix

    Servings Per Container: 80
    Drink 2 2oz glasses daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. For optimal results, increase dosage.

    Directions: Pour entire contents of bottle into a 1 gallon container of distilled or mineral free reverse osmosis water.

    Serving Size: 3 drops

    Amount per serving
    Total Fat ... 0g
    Saturated Fat ... 0g
    Trans Fat ... 0g
    Cholesterol ... 0g
    Sodium ... 0mg
    Total Carbohydrate ... 0g
    Dietary Fiber ... 0g
    Sugars ... 0g
    Protein ... 0g

    Content at time of bottling: 100% ultra pure water(18.2cm resistivity)[TOC} less than 10ppb 15ml


    "Double Helix Water™ is solely ultra-pure H2O but we believe it is H2O in a hitherto undiscovered fundamental “phase”; not liquid, ice or vapor “phase” but a molecular solid phase even at room temperatures.…this “phase” may be the key to many of the body’s inherent healing properties thus explaining many of the mysteries of alternative health practices. They demonstrate through rigorous scientific experimentation that water can form a solid particle at room temperature. The discovery of this particle then, begins to unravel the mystery behind the differences between allopathic and homeopathic medicine as we know it."

    Interesting.