Happy Wednesday! Here’s another great customer testimonial on MM products in general, brushing and scalp massaging!
“Every day I get more compliments on my hair!!! Even guys I do not really know have commented LOL!! I feel such joy brushing my hair everyday knowing that it helps me so much. I have not been using the massage brush as my hair seems to get tangled (I have long hair) perhaps I am doing it wrong. Never mind…Love your products!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Bless you Anthony and your great team…..I will buy your products forever..Interesting – So many of my friends comment on my hair – but they are not willing to forgo their toxic hair dyeing and other products – oh well ‘you can lead a horse to water.’” – Debbie
Debbie mentions that she isn’t sure how to use our scalp massager because it tangles her hair… how many of you are having this problem? I suggest massaging your scalp with Morrocco Method’s 100% natural rubber Scalp Massager 1 to 3 times per a day. One should begin at the nape of their neck (which has the largest concentration of sebaceous glands) and massage gently but vigorously in a circular motion for 3 to 5 minutes or until you feel your scalp tingling with an increased flow of blood. Next pick up the scalp massager and move to a new location, repeating the process. Continue picking up the scalp massager and then putting it down in a new location. This shouldn’t cause tangles as you are massaging in circular motions at one location at a time!
Proper scalp massaging (when also used with proper brushing and 100% natural products) will help your sebaceous glands to produce a balanced, health-enhancing portion of sebum.
Please let me know if you are having any problems with proper scalp massaging!! (You may also take a look at the following video which is located at the following link: http://bit.ly/fuR3Pn)
Thanks for reading!
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I’ve said it before and I will say it again; you are sick, you are depressed, you have emotional problems, you have physical problems, joint pain, gastrointestinal problems, and so on because of nutritional deficiencies and toxins in the body.
And guess what?! When you eat food, you address the nutritional deficiencies. When you have proper nutrition, you don’t get sick and if you do, the duration and severity of the illness goes down dramatically.
A perfect example is Omega-3 fatty acids. Everyone in America is deficient in Omega-3 fatty acids. In other parts of the world, that’s not the case. They eat cold-water fish, like Herring or Mackerel or Salmon, which have Omega-3 fatty acids. They are also eating foods such as vegetarian foods, which have the full spectrum of the central fatty acids.
In America, we are all deficient in these fatty acids and when you are deficient in these Omega-3 fatty acids, it will always lead to depression or the blues and potential heart disease and stroke.
That is why I highly recommend you take Pacific Fish Rim Oil. There are a lot of people out there that sell Omega-3 fish oil. Some are better than others and some are just junk. This is what I have taken. They have an outstanding, very high-quality Omega-3
It’s good for your heart. It’s good for your arteries. It’s good for depression. It’s good for energy. It’s good for losing fat and losing weight. And it balances out appetite. The benefits are virtually endless.
Yours in health…
June 30, 2010
By Tom Chivers
At the moment the tiny robot – a sheet just half a millimetre thick, scarcely thicker than a piece of paper – only folds itself into a boat, like a child’s toy, or a “paper glider” plane shape. But it is anticipated that in future it will be used to create full-sized cars and aircraft that morph as they move, or robots that can “flow” like mercury into small openings, or multipurpose military uniforms that can adapt to different environments.
Researchers at the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) launched the project in 2007 in conjunction with Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is a small sheet of stiff tiles and “joints” of elastomer, “studded with thin foil actuators and flexible electronics. The demonstration material contains 25 total actuators, divided into five groupings. A shape is produced by triggering the proper actuator groups in sequence,” according to a statement by Robert Wood, the head of the Harvard research team.