Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Healthy Summer Bash Giveaway {3 Winners!}

Are you excited for summer? We are! In fact, we're excited to be bringing you an amazing chance to get all the tools you need to be healthy this summer. With three winners being selected and over $700 in prizes, it's sure to be fun!

We have a giveaway this month geared towards anyone wanting to be healthy and even a little pampered. We're starting with spa products, then moving on to natural healing, and finishing with the perfect blender for smooth summer treats. Let's take a look at the prizes!

Enter this Summer Giveaway Bash! For Your Health. Over $700 in prizes @ IntoxicatedOnLife.com   

The Prizes

3rd Place: NYR Organics Spa Collection ($93.94 value) Sponsor: Anjanette Barr - NYR Organics Consultant

Anjanette Barr is giving away a delightful collection of NYR Organics products to one lucky winner. NYR Organics encourages a more natural, holistic way of of health, beauty, and well-being. This collection includes:
    • Beauty Sleep Organic Spa Collection from NYR Organic: Aromatic Foaming Bath, Calming Aromatherapy Candle, Beauty Sleep Concentrate, and Beauty Sleep Body Butter. Nourish your skin and soul at night and wake up beautiful
    • Re-usable organic cotton tote
    • Organic Night Time Herbal Tea 
2nd Place: Family Physician Pack ($215 value) Sponsor: Natural Medicine Mom Jenni Wilson
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Natural Medicine Mom is giving away a doTERRA Physician Pack to one lucky winner! Jenni Wilson is a author, speaker, and natural educator that teaches women, moms, and a few brave dads, to be confident in using natural remedies for their family's health and home medicine. This collection includes:
    • A Family Physician Kit, made by doTERRA Int, ($167 value)
    • Modern Essentials: A Contemporary Guide to the Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils, hardcover reference book, 4th edition ($26 value)
    • Trust Your Intuition: 25 Natural Medicine Confessions From Influential Women Who Choose Healing Remedies For Their Families, paperback ($16 value)
1st Place: Blendtec Blender and Twister Jar ($470 value) Sponsor: Blendtec

BlendTec is graciously giving one lucky winner an awesome Designer Series blender along with their Twister Jar! BlendTec is considered one of the leading companies in professional blenders that offers trouble-free blending of just about anything. This prize includes:
    • One BlendTec Designer Series Blender
    • Twister Jar
  Enter the Giveaway Below! This giveaway runs for June 24th to July 1st. There will be 3 winners - 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place and is open to individuals living the the USA. Enter below and don't forget to share this great giveaway (and the above fabulous coupon codes) with your friends!
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Monday, April 21, 2014

I've Moved!

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Thursday, March 6, 2014

March 2014 Bulk Herb Store Sales

Bentonite Clay Bentonite Clay  

 Bentonite clay is great internally or externally.  You can drink it internally to pull heavy metals and toxins from your body.  Pregnant women can even take it internally to relieve morning sickness!  Externally, the clay can be used as a detox bath.  Read here to learn how simple it is to take a refreshing bentonite clay bath

Regular Price: $4.50
Sale Price: $3.15

Use Code MARBEN at checkout

  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Organic Essiac Blend essiac-blend-improved      

 "It promotes digestive health and gently soothes the gastrointestinal system at the same time. It also encourages a healthy immune system! This simple blend is a perfect start towards a happy healthy gut!"  Read more here.

  Regular Price: $24.34
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Organic Rise and Shine Tea RiseShineTea  

 Contains Small Amount of Natural Caffeine: Bilberry leaf, ginkgo leaf, green tea, peppermint leaf, cloves, ginger root This tea tastes great and promotes energy and mental alertness!

  Regular Price: $17.95
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Organic Hibiscus Flowers

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Hibiscus flowers have a tart, fruity taste, and are used to calm muscle spasms!  I love the flavor of these in tea!  

  Regular Price: $6.95
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  Use Code MARHIB at checkout 


 I'm sure you all know how much I love DIY anything!  This book is full of 150 homemade cleaning recipes that I refer to many times!  Most recipes use common, non-toxic kitchen ingredients.

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175 homemade recipes for glowing skin and a vibrant self!
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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Enter To Win A Vitamix!

Spring is right around the corner! A new season can be a time to start fresh, re-evaluate your dreams and goals, and get on the right track... again. It's the perfect time to renew the vision of your health journey and get set for greatness. We want to help! Anything we can do to make your whole family, real-food journey easier and smoother, we are all about it. We want you to be able to make healthy meals and snacks to feed to your family in the most efficient way... and what better way to do that but with a Vitamix. 

win a vitamix

A group of fabulous bloggers have gotten together to offer your family a Vitamix 5200, valued at $449, for FREE!

We know how important caring for your family is to you and that it's not always easy to get your own top of the line blender, so we have brought one to you. This tough cookie can do it all and is a staple in most professional kitchens. Now it can be a staple in your kitchen as well.  The giveaway goes from Tuesday, March 4th to Friday, March 14th and is for anyone, no matter where you live. If you are outside of the U.S. you will receive an amazon gift card for the Vitamix.

Enter to win through the rafflecopter below and get to know some new and exciting bloggers. 

Disclaimer: No purchase necessary. Must be 18 to enter. Void where prohibited by law. This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or associated by Facebook. By entering this giveaway, you agree to release Facebook, Whole Family Strong and all participating blogs of all liability. Contest ends at 12:01am EST on March 14, 2014. Winner is randomly chosen by Rafflecopter and will be emailed.

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Friday, February 28, 2014

The Reasons I Don't Think Vaccines Have Saved Us

Be sure to read the other posts in this series: 
Vaccinations: The Big Debate


Dr. Inaz Semmelweis was a Hungarian physician in the 1800's.  In 1847, he was an assistant in the maternity clinic at the Vienna General Hospital in Austria.  While employed there, Dr. Semmelweis discovered that the doctors' wards had a mortality rate that was 3 times higher than the mortality rate of the midwives' ward. {I'd be stickin' with the midwives, ya know? ;)}  These mothers were dying of puerperal fever, which is often fatal.  Dr. Semmelweis discovered that the doctors were performing autopsies in the basement of this hospital, and then immediately going up to deliver babies in the maternity clinic without washing their hands.  

Dr. Semmelweis made a connection between the autopsies and the high rate of mothers dying.  After sharing his findings with his colleagues, he encouraged the other doctors to wash their hands after autopsies.  This simple hand washing practice immediately brought the cases of fatal puerperal fever to less than 1%.  Dr. Semmelweis believed cleanliness would reduce other diseases as well.  His hypothesis was rejected by the medical community, and he was ridiculed and ignored because of his belief.  This indifference by the medical community outraged Dr. Semmelweis and he did not cease to try to persuade others to accept his theory.  His colleagues, and even his wife, thought he had lost his mind for believing in "germs" that cannot be seen with the eyes.  

In 1865, Dr. Inaz Semmelweis was committed to an asylum, and died 14 days after.  It is believed that he died from being severely beaten by guards.  {Wikipedia}  What a tragic ending for a man who was spot-on about the spread of disease.

Years later, Louis Pasteur helped to further explain Semmelweis' findings, developed the germ theory of disease, and germs became a widely accepted fact.  Dr. Semmelweis is now considered a "pioneer of antiseptic procedures."

In our day, we cannot imagine how a doctor could think nothing of performing autopsies and delivering babies without washing his hands in the transition.  We are well aware of the importance of sanitizing and sterilizing hands, equipment, surfaces, etc. to stop the spread of illness and disease.  

What were the doctors doing in the Vienna General Hospital in Austria when they performed autopsies and then delivered babies without washing their hands?  Spreading disease

How did this spread of disease reduce to below 1%?  Cleanliness 

Cleanliness and sanitation {not vaccinations}, my dear friends, is what I believe to be the main reason for reduction in diseases.

There are a few other things besides sanitation that are a possible credit to the reduction of disease:

  1. Better living conditions
  2. Better personal hygiene 
  3. Better nutrition
  4. Clean drinking water
  5. Flushing toilets
  6. Better medicine and medical help

In the "old days", chamber buckets were emptied into gutters that ran into the streets, and children thought nothing of playing in these gutters, garbage and slop was tossed into the streets and alleys, unclean drinking water was consumed. {Source}  If you visit countries today where diseases are prevalent, you will find poor living conditions and/or poor nutrition.

What happened to typhoid and tuberculosis?

Vaccinations for typhoid and tuberculosis have never been used widespread in the US, and yet the death rates for these diseases declined just the same.  The only reasonable explanation seems to be good sanitation, nutrition, and better medicine.

Another interesting thing is that whooping cough and chicken pox are on the rise in our day.  As much as we are told that these diseases are showing themselves because of the unvaccinated, this is not true.  These diseases are on the rise among the vaccinated as well.  In her book, "Be Your Child's Pediatrician", Rachel Weaver speculates that perhaps these 2 diseases are on the rise because the abundance of processed foods and vaccine toxins are weakening children's immune systems.  This is a good speculation.

Below you will find a few graphs that show the decline in disease before vaccinations.  These graphs are used with permission by Dissolving Illusions.  

This graph shows that tuberculosis and typhoid declined when the other diseases did.
{Statistics from the US}

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