I just got back from what will probably be my last above 60 degree weather walk. It looks cold and gloomy outside, yet it’s 65 and a bit humid.
Things can look different than they really are.
Take Asea Redox for example. These are cell signaling molecules that can appear to be innocuous and to some overly cynical people a joke. Why? Because the ingredient list is super short: Water and sodium chloride.
Two ingredients put through a complex biotech 3 day process which results in life enhancing, age reversing results.
Are you familiar with my story!?
I found them when Zoe was diagnosed with a fatal, there’s nothing to be done diagnosis. Her response was immediate; I watched her change before my eyes. I wanted to play!
So I did.
The latest, though, is my HAIR! Of all things, around day 100 I noticed my hair color was changing. And all I’d been doing with the magical molecules was...
A visual timeline showing an unexpected change from enjoying the Asea Redox Cell Signaling molecules!
I thought it was my imagination. I started using the product with no expectation or having learned what I might expect. I just witnessed what happened to Zoe and I wanted to know how my body would respond.
If my hair color is changing before my eyes, imagine what's happening inside my body where it cannot be observed!
Imagine the possibilities for your own health!
I acquired this funny looking device (far left) when my ex husband died in early 2020. I remember asking him what it was. (Doesn’t it look like a polisher of some sort?) He said it was a massager.
I have since learned this from my chiropractor who uses a professional version of this funny thing: A massager is for the muscles. A percussive device (which this is) is for the fascia. That makes sense because John had had a knee replacement.
Once I took the time to learn about this device I found myself using it frequently. So frequently I did not put it away.
Summer of 2020 I had out patient surgery on my calf. One would think that a small 3 inch incision would not be a big deal, right?
For the first few days, even climbing stairs would tear the two layered stitches because of where on the calf the incision was.
I was restricted in movement and stretching — both had been daily, non-negotiable practices.
Fall of 2021 I was so frustrated by the weakness in my...