Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Ever since I discovered the amethyst bed at the spa (You didn't miss my article 2 weeks ago on the quantum biofeedback treatment, did you? No me diga! That's ok. Suffice it to say, it relaxes you at levels you have never experienced.) I've been on a mission to sneak in and sleep on it overnight.
Tried to bribe the night guard: didn't work.
Tried to bribe the cleaning lady: really didn't work.
So in my efforts to gain more intel I needed to find a way to spend more time at the spa. I scheduled 10 glutathione nebulizer treatments (You didn't miss my article last month on this too, did you? My feelings are hurt, but you can make it up to me by telling Zoli to let me sleep on the amethyst bed overnight. Promise you will?) Ok, we're friends again, so let me tell you about what I discovered during my covert operation under the disguise of nebulizer treatments...
Zoli was walking by as I was doing a treatment and the conversation went like this:
"Jaqui, why don't you do the foot detox while you are sitting there?"
One of the things I love about Zoli is that he's not like the doctors in white lab coats that wag their finger at you and judge. He has more knowledge and experience than them, helps people in awesome natural ways they can't dream about, but he's so kind about it...
He just smiled and said: "Why don't you just try one and see what happens."
Hmm. Ok. So I did a foot detox. I expected nothing major to come out since I knew the negative ions from the ocean detox you. My, oh my, oh my. Did stuff ever come out! And there's only one word to describe it: YUCK (really technical word LOL). But seriously: yuck, yuck, double yuck. I can't believe how much this tiny little device pulled out of my system.
So the question is: do you really want that yucky stuff in your body - or in a bucket that gets flushed away?
Here it is, what you do and how it works. You do nothing (I always love that). Just put your feet in water like you would for a pedicure. They add salt, and a tiny device that runs electrical currents in the water (you feel nothing). What you see: different story. Within minutes you'll see stuff, yucky stuff. Within 20 minutes, whoa!
Let me warn you up front: if you look this up online, you'll find all kinds of controversy on it and knuckleheads saying they don't work and it's just the water turning to rust. These are usually the same knuckleheads that tell you vaccines are good for you (they always give me a blank look when I tell them the UK, U.S. and Canada have paid out over $3 billion dollars - that's a B - to families of vaccine victims, with gag order of course). Never pay attention to people who get off on so-called debunking (makes them feel important) and go see for yourself.
When I had no access to ocean I used to do foot bath detoxes every year with my friend. Her diet and lifestyle is very different from mine. I've also gone with a client. The colors of toxins coming out of me was very different from theirs. I'd like the nay sayers to explain that to me. If it was rust, it would always be same color, same texture. It's not. When I took my client with me, I was suspecting her health problems were coming from metals. Her water had sparkly little pieces in it, mine had none. I told her to see her doctor and get a blood test, sure enough she was drowning in metals. Colors can be indicative of what's going on with your body. You might need a liver flush or ease off on yeast forming foods, etc.
It doesn't just pull toxins out of you, it communicates to you.
By the way, the resident expert on these foot detoxes is Alicia Partida, she's the Director of Client Services at Holistic Bio-Spa. Talk to her for 5 minutes, you'll feel like you meditated for 2 hours. Her energy is amazing.
So I'll tell you what Zoli told me 5 days ago: "Why don't you just try one and see what happens." Call them, email them, send them a smoke signal. Tell them Jaqui sent you and you want to un-yuck your body with a foot bath.
Try just one and then you can decide if you want another. Bring a book, and enjoy the relaxing down time as you un-yuck yourself.
P.S. I'm counting on you to vouch for me and tell Zoli to let me sleep overnight on the amethyst lounger!Open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 6 pm and on Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm, the Holistic Bio Spa is located in Plaza Marina, Local B-10, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, México. For more information, click HERE, visit HolisticBioSpa.com, call 322-221-1607 or email info(at)holistic-bio-spa.com.