6-01-2011- Certified Baltic Amber with Krystyna Witulski, and Grandma’s Lye Soap with Bill Robertson
SURPRISE GUEST APPEARANCE: Gophette of ComputerPuppets.com!
Integrative Health Systems (IHS) has entered into a new joint venture with Rene Compton of Compton Learning Co. Inc., which features an innovative teaching approach in computer technology for kindergarteners through fifth graders.
Compton came up with the idea in 2000, using computer puppets in a private Orlando school, the Brush Arbor Christian School. “Kids will listen to characters,” says Compton. Included in the puppet gang is Gopher the computer mouse, and now, he has an alter ego, his sister Gophette, who is the pink epitome of cute femininity.
And so, now enters IHS to assist Gophette, a string puppet, with some fou fou, namely Baci Mi Rose Petal Gel, the brainstorm of Industrial Toxicologist Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, who has created many other specialty gels to treat the body. It is something for the kids and the “young at heart,”says Staninger.
“Rose is the highest vibration there is. It emits love, clarity, awakening and brings you to your highest potential.”
Gophette’s YouTube debut:
First Hour: Certified Baltic Amber with Krystyna Witulski
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Dr. Hildegarde Staninger’s first guest on June 1, 2011 is Krystyna Witulski of Creations by Krys in Los Angeles. She was born in Poland, is the consummate “amber-woman,” specifically of Certified Baltic Amber from Poland. This amazing tree resin from the lofty Kauri pines and noble plum and cherry trees dates back to the Greeks and the Egyptians. Witulski reveres it, not just for its intrinsic beauty, but for its inherent healing properties, which are many.
The highest levels of Succinic acid in nature are found in gooseberries and the stalks of rhubarb. Baltic amber contains 1,000 times that quantity. Used in ancient as well as in contemporary medicine, the succinic acid prevents aging and bolsters the body’s immunity to radiation. It is also anti-bacterial, and amber oil will ease muscle pain and is effective for rheumatic diseases.
Prized for its bits of nature, such as mummified bugs imprisoned in the resin, the certified amber from Poland is 40 to 140-million- years- old. It is not a mineral. Its origins are organic, and it has an amorphous structure.
It saved lives during the plague in Europe and is aligned with the astrological signs of Leo and Aquarius, which vibrates to the number three, and is dedicated to Universal perfection. It opens the crown chakra and stimulates the intellect.
Second Hour: Grandma’s Lye Soap with Bill Robertson
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Grandmas Lye Soap with Guest Bill Robertson – AUDIO .mp3
There’s a real Grandma at Remwood Products behind the name – none other than Suzanne Robertson, the owner of the company she runs with her husband Bill Robertson, president. “I do what I’m told,” says the self-effacing Bill. “We’ve been married for 45 years and have five kids and 11 grandchildren.” Their middle son and youngest daughter are also involved.
It’s tough making a living on just one product, like their outdoor window washing formula (it cleans screens and all) and their other non-consumable products which are used over and over again. That’s when the resourceful Suzanne started to research soap and began making it in the kitchen of their manufacturing facility in Tulsa, Okla.
“Have you flipped your lid?” was Bill’s initial response. Suzanne began making her soap, first in 5-pound batches, then 12, 16, 32, 64 and so on. Her secret to success was the use of pig fat. They buy it by the semi-load for their line of soaps, which include acne, lye, poison ivy and a beauty bar. Most soap makers use tallow or beef fat.
Pigs, however have a DNA similar to that of humans, says Bill. “They are more compatible. “That’s why Dr. Hildy uses our soap to remove toxins and chemicals. It cleans the pores, works on diabetic sores, yeast infections and some hair re-growth.”
The amazing part is that Remwood never advertises, and yet they have a 20-40% growth every year by word-of-mouth and make 3,200 bars a day.
Even Oprah has discussed their soap on her TV show and its miracle ability to work on acne. “That’s my understanding,” said Bill.
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