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Soul Retrieval

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Energy Healing,

This blog post is an excerpt of Soul Retrieval  by Sandra Ingerman -   

    Imagine yourself sitting in a circle with members of your community. You have gathered together to support one community member who is suffering from a traumatic experience. You know that if one person is suffering and is ill it effects the entire community. So you have come to help hold the space for healing to happen.
            It is dark and the stars are shining bright in the night sky. The air is still. Everyone feels held in the loving arms of the universe and there is no doubt that healing will happen for all gathered here.
            The shaman begins to drum and dance calling the power of the universe to her as she puts her egoic self aside and becomes an empty vessel that fills with the help of the spirits. 
            The client lies quietly in the center breathing deeply to be in a receptive state to receive back his lost soul; his lost vitality.
            The shaman sings her journey out loud as she tracks down where the soul has fled. And on finding it returns and blows it deeply into the heart of the client filling the entire body with the light of life. 
            There is a great joy for all as one heals all are healed. The community is now whole again and can be in peace and harmony.
            The work is done. 

   Shamanism is the oldest spiritual practice known to humankind. We know from the archaeological evidence that shamanism was practiced all over the world for at least 40,000 years. However many anthropologists believe that the practice dates back over 100,000 years.

   The word shaman comes from the Tungus tribe in Siberia and means “one who sees in the dark”. Shamanism has been practiced in parts of Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia, Greenland, and Native North and South America.

10 Crazy Things Pesticides Are Doing to Your Body

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Organic Foods,

Agrochemicals, home bug sprays, and lawn treatments could be causing chronic illness in your family.

BY LEAH ZERBE & EMILY MAIN - http://www.rodalenews.com/agrochemicals 

Pesticides aren't just on the food, the chemicals are inside food, too.

Pesticides are designed to kill, although the mode of action they use to put the stranglehold on pests varies. Whether it's nerve gas–like neurological disruption, the unbalancing of key hormones, or the stunting of a plant's ability to absorb life-sustaining trace minerals from the soil, none of the chemical interventions seems all that appetizing, especially considering that chemical residues routinely wind up on and even inside of the food we eat everyday. Pesticides are also blamed for diminishing mineral levels in foods.

Agrochemical supporters tend to fall back on a "the dose makes the poison" theory, assuming that small exposures aren't harmful. Increasingly, though, independent scientists are debunking that belief, even proving that incredibly tiny doses could set a person up for health problems later in life. Luckily, eating organic, less processed foods can cut back on your pesticide exposure.

Here are 9 health problems associated with pesticide-based agrochemicals.

A Letter Regarding Supplements from Xymogen's Founder and CEO

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Supplements,

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Dear Valued Customer,

I am writing you in response to the New York AG investigation of herbal supplements sold at retail outlets (GNC, Walgreens, Walmart, and Target).

While time will tell if the accusations against these companies are valid, I want to reassure you of the quality of XYMOGEN's Exclusive Professional Formulas. The facts are:

1. As required by FDA GMP's, each and every raw material received into our facility is tested for identity. Identity testing is simply confirming that the raw material is indeed what it says it is on the raw material's labeling. Most identity testing is conducted via Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometers (FTIR) or Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC).

2. All FTIR identity testing is performed in-house, at XYMOGEN's state-of-the-art analytical laboratory. All TLC identity testing is performed by two of XYMOGEN's qualified third-party laboratories, Alkemist Labs and Advanced Botanical Consulting & Testing. These two companies are arguably the most reputable labs in the industry for the identification of botanical ingredients.

3. In addition to finished product certificates of analyses (COAs), customers may also request COAs on raw material identity testing for any raw material in a given finished product lot.

4. In assuring the purity, strength, and composition of all XYMOGEN formulas, each finished product has the following performed prior to releasing for distribution:

  • Label Claim Verification - Each active ingredient is verified to be no less than 100% of the amount claimed on the label.
  • Microorganisms - Must meet United States Pharmacopeia (USP), American Herbal Products Association (AHPA), and/or National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) acceptance criteria for dietary supplements.
  • Heavy Metals - Most products are required to meet USP acceptance criteria for dietary supplements. Where feasible, others must meet California's Proposition 65 safe harbor levels.
  • Physical Characteristics - Capsule/tablet weight average and weight variation, disintegration, organoleptic testing, scoop testing, etc.
  • Reasonably Anticipated Contaminants - In certain finished products, XYMOGEN will test for contaminants that have a slight possibility of ending up in the product. For example, due to the processing of pea protein and our assurance that all of our functional foods are gluten free, we test each and every lot for gluten to confirm it meets the FDA's recently finalized definition for "gluten free."

This level of testing IS NOT THE NORM in the nutraceutical field. The testing goes BEYOND FDA REQUIREMENTS. As mentioned above, customers are free to request a COA for any lot of finished product at any time. In addition to this, and in conjunction with XYMOGEN's ePedigree Track & Trace Program, we will be looking into ways to make these COAs even more accessible. The opportunity to view the actual test results provides an unprecedented level of documented quality assurance direct to your patients.

Thank you as always for your continued support and friendship.


Brian Blackburn


XYMOGEN 6900 Kingspointe Parkway Orlando, Florida 32819 United States (800) 647-6100

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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The Role of Detoxification

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Detoxification,

The greatest health care challenge of the twenty-first century is keeping our bodies functioning in an environment that is becoming increasingly polluted. Detoxification and cleansing programs have been key components of supporting good health since the beginnings of natural health, even as far back as 420 BC with the teachings of Hippocrates. After all, gastrointestinal health is the cornerstone of optimal wellness. We must detoxify the body and its elimination systems often, allowing for the consistent drainage of toxins.

Our food supply has undergone tremendous changes since the Agricultural Revolution, especially in the last century. We are bombarded with processed “dead” foods, which do not include the nutrients that we need to thrive.   The shift has been rapid and our bodies, literally, have not had enough time to adapt to these radical changes. Returning to our original eating patterns on a regular basis allows our bodies the opportunity to cleanse and renew itself.

The goal of detoxification is to eliminate the foods in our diets to which we have become addicted, both physically and emotionally. As creatures of habit, we subconsciously choose from the same few food items for our meals. Part of this behavior may be attributed to the dominance of certain foods, advertising and the convenient nature of some of these foods. Periodically changing our eating habits gives our bodies a chance to rest from its normal digestive and detoxification functions, thereby giving it the opportunity to do some internal cleansing.

While regular detoxification is important as part of a general wellness program, your body may be giving you signals that it is time to detoxify. Some of these include:

=         allergies

=         arthritis

=         fibromyalgia 

=         headaches

=         fatigue