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13001Re: [Meditation Society of America] Re: Question about severe mythologies

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  • Bruce Morgen
    Jun 26, 2004
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      Gene Poole wrote:
      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, "Nina" <murrkis@y...> wrote:
      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, 
      "Gene Poole" <gene_poole@q...> wrote:
      In any event, soaking in a tub of warm
      water which contains about 2 cups of
      dissolved Epsom salts, may prove an
      efficacious remedy for diverse cramps
      and spasms. But running a check on
      any possible wasting of magnesium is
      a good idea.
      ==Gene Poole==
      After reading what Gene had to say about
      magnesium, I did a search on oxygen,
      magnesium and respiration/pranayama.
      Really, there is a connection between
      levels of magnesium, alkalinity/acidity
      of the body, oxygen/carbon dioxide
      homeostasis and breathing... which is,
      unfortunately, still beyond me to explain. :)
      Think of it this way;
      Magnesium ions form the
      electrical environment which
      enables proper muscle tonus;
      (although, calcium ions are
      equally important) and if in
      short supply for any reason,
      symptoms will occur.
      Anyway, one thing I read was that one
      way to oxygenate the system is to soak
      in a tub of water with hydrogen peroxide
      added. Interesting... though I still have
      no idea how or if that works, I thought I'd
      toss it into the conversation.
      BRRRRRZZZZRRRRPP! <--- myth alert klaxon
      Using hydrogen peroxide
      internally or externally does
      NOT 'oxygenate the system'.
      Unfortunately, the proponents
      of hydrogen peroxide use, who
      are involved in MLM promotions
      of expensive 'stabilized oxygen
      beverages', etc, have been stating
      their hype for so long, that it has
      become an oft-repeated myth.
      I repeat; bathe  in  Epsom salts
      water, to alleviate minor muscle
      cramps. Please do not repeat
      stories which glorify hydrogen
      peroxide as other than an effective
      germicide and/or rocket fuel 
      As long as we're striving
      for factual accuracy here,
      hydrogen peroxide doesn't
      act as a "catalyst" but
      rather as an easier-to-
      handle (but less efficent)
      alternative to liquid
      oxygen in liquid-fueled
      rocket systems.
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