Chlorine In Water, Chemicals In Water, LA Water


hot baths

bath ingredients

coconut cream

la water


los angeles





In a bath you have to keep warming it.


They just started fluoridating San Diego tap water.


I thought you got that stopped again.


No, they, they finally did it. It's just as bad as you can imagine it. So, to make a long story short, of course now San Diegos are contending with this and those of us who had the foresight to get whole house, water filtered systems and so forth have less of it, but it's not, you can't get it all out that way, unless you have a whole house reverse osmosis system, which is virtually impossible for the average person to have one that really works. And so love to hear your thoughts on this. I spent quite a bit of money to get a a new porcelain tub to be able to do these and then they- I mean, seriously.


So, yeah. In LA we've had fluoride for 25 years and we've got 197 chemicals in our water because the water is used in,it's that place way up on the hill, uh, in the mountains there..

Anyway, there's a township up there that uses it first, then the valley uses it and the valley's nothing but industry and then we get it third hand, so very, very toxic. I always put milk in the water, vinegar, and the formulas in the book in We Want To Live under baths, under health modalities.

So, I put about a 3/4 cup of milk in there, raw milk, of course and about 3-4 tablespoons of raw apple cider vinegar and about two heaping tablespoons of sea salt or epsom salt. And then if you want to make your skin nice and supple and keep it from drying out, from being in there so long when you get out, you put about 2 - 3 tablespoons of coconut cream in there and it just skims the top, and as soon as you get out it just coats you very evenly and nicely.

So, that's what I used to neutralize any poisons in the water, you could also throw some clay in there, especially now that we have the threat of nuclear fallout.


That's in the water now too. So, that's gonna neutralize the fluorides in the water?


It neutralizes any of those poisons. All of those poisons.


How much terrmain clay do you put in the water?


I put about two tablespoons.

Two tablespoons per tub, 30 gallon tub dry.

[Attendee #2]

Only thing about that is you have to let it sit before you drain it for about two hours to settle or else it will clog up the pipes.



Newsletter & Updates

Send a message