So we started to use this WordPress thing and I tell you its a nightmare of note. Sure if you are a PHP coder or a straight A student in advanced PHP rocket science it would probably be a breeze . . . but there are a few things that I think are missing for a normal earthling (like me)
A function to go back to the top of the page after you have scrolled down past 32345 posts which took 237 hours and 42 minutes of hectic reading . . .
A way to be able to stop comments on what ever posts you want, oh, AND pages. It looks like ALL or nothing which is a bit retarded.
A font selector when typing out a new post? really?? Even MS Windows text editor has that! and if my memory serves me correct so did OS2 Warp back in the 80’s
Why all the different linking type stuff? permalinks I think its called, what is that? I mean I almost linked my contact page to the Playboy magazine classified section, which probably would have been a lot more exciting than working out that the best thing on the links is to DO NOT TOUCH.
I did not even know Playboy had a classified section!!
I do realise that all of the above could probably be done, that is not the point here, it should be available for normal laymen bloggers like me.
And to Robert, I take back what I said, In my opinion setting up a WordPress site is way more difficult than setting up a Sage X3 or a SAP R2 multiple continent corporate implementation 🙂
How do tissue salts work?
Biochemical tissue salts, or cell salts, are mineral salts that exist in the cells and play a critical role in cellular metabolism. They are some of the more misunderstood supplements. Often confused with homeopathic products, they’re actually part of the Biochemic System of Medicine and are better recognised as naturopathic remedies.
Tissue Salts vs. Homeopathy
In the case of homeopathic remedies, they are prescribed on the basis of the “law of similars” (like cures like). Thus, if a given remedy is given to a healthy person and produces certain symptoms, it will cure those same symptoms in a sick person.
The use of cell salts by Dr Schuessler’s method is based on the “law of opposites.” If there is a deficiency of a specific cell salt, then one must supply a small quantity of that salt to remove any symptoms arising from that deficiency.Tissue Salt Therapy is Based on Natural Principles
Dr W.H Schüssler developed twelve remedies which he called salts–meaning compounds–that can correct imbalances at the cellular level and successfully treat illnesses. He believed that health is the body’s natural state and that diseases were accompanied by biochemical imbalances of twelve vital mineral compounds, and that the body can heal itself by restoring an underlying imbalance.
Schüssler analysed human blood and tissues and found the most essential minerals to be calcium, chlorine, fluorine, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, silica, sodium and sulfur. The twelve naturally occurring tissue salts are made up of combinations of these minerals.
This is the first post about something that I am not to familiar with and am hoping that the spellchecker works. So far so good. It is Thursday (but you knew that anyway) unless you are only reading this in the future, which is your current time, but it would be in my future, and some one else’s past (assuming they read this before you) If I have lost you already, that is not a problem as I sometimes get lost too.
So continuing . . .
This prose site is all about “everything” as the site says in the cool heading. We will touch on the normal to the extraordinary, we will use words not yet confronted by the Oxford Press, we will question almost everything except why coffee is only successfully grown in “that” area on this planet, we will hopefully take you on a cacophony of a trip, and at the end of the day if we got a reaction out of you, hopefully a good positive one, our work here would be done.
There are about 3 to 6 of us contributing to this blog (This number includes the imaginary friends in his and her heads) The 2 main contributors “Him” & “Her” (semi naked selfies to follow depending on demand) are about as diverse as, well, as the word implies. They hold a host of health, financial, computer and life degrees and qualifications, share a passion for writing, reading, coffee and cricket.
Their hearts are held together with numerous staples from life, love and running out of coffee and cigarettes late at night. But fear not as they have a few things in common: they tend not to judge, laugh a lot, smile a lot.
I do hope you return, read and if you so wish contribute. We will always treasure input from others and pay exceedingly well for awesomeness.