I recently went on a most wonderful, rejuvenating holiday with family to Nature’s Valley in the Garden Route. This is such a special place in my heart. Beach walks, short hikes, dog runs, sunrise walk and even a full moon walk at 3.30am! These all filled my soul and brought me back home feeling nourished and ready to continue with 2019.
The 8 hour journey was scenically beautiful while also uncomfortable, not because there were 4 people plus hound in 1 car, but because I was driving with flu. I wouldn’t recommend it. When there is a holiday planned nothing must stop it. My son was so worried we were not going to go. Subsequently I got tea, hot water bottles and even a steam in bed. He then made his own supper, fed the animals and cleaned the kitchen! So now I know what to do in future to get the chores done (wink, wink).
Back to the drive … being cooped up in a car with a stuffy head and blocked ears is not fun. I don’t think I would have coped as well as I did if it wasn’t for my first aid. While driving the miss Daisy’s, master chef and furry friend I was armed with lemon water on side and colloidal silver on the other. My first aid kit.
As with my water I like to carry my colloidal silver in glass (did you know the consistency of the mixture changes when in plastic?). The colloidal silver I make is of a medium consistency namely 5-6ppm. I have found through observing different people of different ages and constitutions that this ratio is beneficial for most. I do make higher ratios on request and it ranges between 12-14ppm. One of the reasons the ratios vary depends on the time of the month the mixture is made. I always make colloidal silver when the moon is waxing as the pull of silver off the rods is greater than when the moon is waning.