Dowsing to evaluate nutrition supplements (VIDEO)

In this follow-up video I explore how you can use dowsing to evaluate the benefit of nutritional supplements for you specifically.  Not every supplement is necessarily beneficial to you, so you need a way to determine if a particular supplement is right for you.


 

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  1. Maggie on December 8, 2012 at 3:16 pm

    Great video. I do this for my supplements, so useful and interesting. For me round and round means NO and back and forward means YES. Sometimes I get NO because I have had sufficent for now, the answer may be different the next day. If a suppliment recommends 3x a day I could get YES 3x a day, but the 1x a day will only come up yes once a day at most. If I check if I need it after I’ve taken one for the day, it will say NO. Some suppliments I need less than the recommended amount, perhaps once every three days or once a week, instead of the recommended once a day. So a NO response may not mean NO all the time, just NO for that moment. I would test them on several consecutive occassions, every time I plan to take suppliments. For the multivitamins, if I got a NO or NEUTRAL response Iwould ask whether individual vitamins and minerals were a problem. For me Magnesium causes multivitamins to be harmful for me. There is just one, hard to get form of Mg that is safe for me.
    For me, round and round means NO and back and forward means YES.
    I also now use Blink Dowsing. One blink for YES and two blinks for NO.
    Once when my answers were very unexpected I changed my questioning slightly and discovered that pendulum was telling me that the container was no good for me but the contents were good for me!!
    I get clear answers in the shop when I dowse to find out which brand or particular mixture is best for me to buy.

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