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Drinking a bit of sea water?
« on: March 11, 2011, 02:42:36 pm »
For sodium and iodine needs mainly iodine - any ever tried like a small tsp, or half a cup of sea water? From an unpolluted source most likely.

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Re: Drinking a bit of sea water?
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2011, 03:37:56 pm »
I drink seawater a bit when I consume my raw oysters and raw mussels. Not healthy, imo, I try to strain as much as possible of it away from the flesh of my oysters/mussels.
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Re: Drinking a bit of sea water?
« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2011, 03:49:33 pm »
We have already discussed this matter here.

It would be good to check whether a topic already exists on a subject before starting a new specific thread. Otherwise the same topics come over and over again in circles and it's boring.

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Re: Drinking a bit of sea water?
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2011, 06:22:35 pm »
We have already discussed this matter here.

It would be good to check whether a topic already exists on a subject before starting a new specific thread. Otherwise the same topics come over and over again in circles and it's boring.

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oh sorry  -[ the topic briefly touched on sea water pollution though. Is it safe to go to a beach, get a cup, scoup up some water and drink? What if the water is polluted or has toxins? What about micro parasites and parasitic eggs in the water? What about toxic algae and red tide and other bacteria and microorganisms and animals?

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Re: Drinking a bit of sea water?
« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2011, 08:31:51 pm »
What if I drink the holy water from the dead sea in israel am I gonna get some powers? haha   ;)

I also put some black mud on my body from the dead sea I heard it takes toxins away from the body and I took alot of salt crystals from the sea to my house I will use it to salt cooked paleo meals haha

Or just lick it when ever im bored lolll

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Re: Drinking a bit of sea water?
« Reply #5 on: March 12, 2011, 08:37:00 pm »
What if I drink the holy water from the dead sea in israel am I gonna get some powers? haha   ;)

I also put some black mud on my body from the dead sea I heard it takes toxins away from the body and I took alot of salt crystals from the sea to my house I will use it to salt cooked paleo meals haha

Or just lick it when ever im bored lolll


Yup, mud like clay is great for skin and has an extremely strong pulling or some removal effect they call it. But yeah application to the skin will suck out toxins and cleanse just like clay. And gogo salt

 

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