Analyzing people at first glance is natural. We all do it, and there is no point in denying it. Through instinct and experience, some people are better in this process than others. This is also undeniable. However, science and research have made it possible to learn a few ways to make sure the analyses we make of the people we meet for the first time are not based only on instinct and experience but also on undeniable scientific facts.
You may have heard the term legal high before and wondered what it meant - is it just getting your adrenaline flowing, or is there actually a way to get high without being put behind bars? This book exists to give you the information that scaremongering news articles might not - the information about what is legal or not, what is safe or not, and what will get you high or not.
MSM has existed in our lives for over 20 years. We have been using it as a food supplement to enhance our quality of life and as a painkiller, replacing DMSO and its foul smell and side effects. But how much do we really know about it? How much do we really now about how sulfur can work in our favor? For both DMSO and MSM, the definitive work has been laid down by Drs. Robert Herschler and Stanley W. Jacob.
"this book is about Kratom"
An exciting and comprehensive handbook, Reiki for Beginners contains everything listeners need to know about the healing art of Reiki. This practical guide covers all points: basic routines, details about the power and potential of each level, special techniques for enhancing Reiki practice, and helpful direction on the use of Reiki toward spiritual growth. Penelope Quest also compares the origins and development of Reiki in the West and the East, revealing methods specific to the original Japanese Reiki tradition.
"Not a Great Audio Book"
A plant of much controversy and debate. A tree indigenous to Southeast Asia that clearly provides beneficial effects, yet it seems that the governments of these areas are doing their best to eradicate it. Probably because its existence cuts through their profits and income from the trade of opiate derivatives, which is a multibillion-dollar business.