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  1. You change my life, my mothers life & my bf’s life with your deodorant recipe, with the noo poo articles, with the 3 oil moisturizer & the cream with Shea Butter.
    They are damn damn damn awesome.

    What I love is your humor, that you are very chilled, is everything for fun.

    What I don’t like… The hater readers… the stupid people that comes to your website to fight just because of, they just have lust to ruin the harmony & the fun of this cool blog.

    Long time ago that I was very aware of my consumer behaviour, I don’t buy any brand that experiment with animals but now thanks to your blog I’m one step forward & I don’t buy anything from beauty that is not organic & I buy it as an ingredient to make my own things. I make my shampoo, my cream, my deodorant, my toothpaste, my salve, everything I can… ohh !! & the Yummy face masks.

    Thnks !!

  2. Rippley Alien inside

    I went thru 6 rounds of chemo for stage 4 non-hodgkins Lymphom. That was entertaining. I also have HIV, which sucks. Came home in a wheel chair, with atrophied muscles, wearing an adult diaper and a pee bag strapped to my thigh. Sexy! Took me 1.5 months to learn to walk again. I mentally started rejecting what my oncologist told me to do as she never knew about diet, vitamins etc. Xanax and Ambien triggered a suicidal event. spent 1 night in psych ward because apparently I had called 911 and said I was going to kill myself. I don’t really recall much of that night and was surprised to wake up in a hospital. Quit ALL prescription medications cold turkey and went thru 3 days of horrible withdrawals. Thanks Doc! Another Oncologist looked at my pet scan and said I could quit the last 2 chemos. The radiologist said the same. So then I shatter my tibial plateu. 10 days in the hospital, plates and screws and back in a wheelchair. I went straight back to work and the Ortho said “You wont be able to work or drive your car for 3 months and you might have a permanent drop foot”. Yeah right! I was back at work 2 days after I got out, in a wheelchair and would spend hours yelling at my toes and ankle to move. So I really suck at being a patient, since I have a mind of my own, and “won’t be able” does not apply to me. I clawed my way out of a black hole and then I climbed a mountain. I became a vegetarian, built my business back up, made a website, networked and started Project Shine On a support group for women going through chemo. I give the women free wigs, a makeover, advice on nutrition, advice on what to watch for with doctors, supportive calls to get them thru a bad chemo or radiation day. Survivors talk to newly diagnosed and share their experience with them. Just had a very successful Breast Cancer Party. So 2012-2014 Cancer, nervous breakdown, HIV, broken leg and 4 months in a wheel chair. Became a vegan, educated myself about nutrition and fell in love with the Law of attraction.
    Question is: Can i fix neuropathy in in my right leg from surgery? Can I naturally strengthen my compromised immune system? Can I naturally make my body a hostile environment for cancer cells? I think I still have remnants of the chemo stored up and can I do detox to help with that. I also have adrenal gland fatigue thanks to being such an Uber empathetic that sacrfice most of my energy for good causes and pro bono work. Why did I stop prioritizing me, my rest, stressing way to much, embarking on trying to save the whole damn world. My guess is an overwhelming sense of gratitude, with a Super woman tendency and touch of Hero complex. No natural remedies for an overactive/creative mind and insane compassion/drive who makes my body juggling many balls and pretty much exhausted. I think I may be insane.

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