Rev Dr Jude

Eden Retreat Center
October 27, 2016, 5:33 pm
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Dry skin brushing gives you the most bang for your buck. Medical and Natural Health doctors agree it’s simple, inexpensive, purifying, stimulating, invigorating and one of the most powerful things you can add to your daily self care routine.
Dry skin brushing has been practiced for thousands of years by many divergent cultures; The Chinese, Turks, Japanese, Greeks, Scandinavians, Russians, and Native Americans of both the Cherokee and Comanche tribes.
Dry skin brushing benefits the entire body by removing layers of dead cells on the largest organ of the body; bathing alone doesn’t do the trick. Proven to increase longevity and beauty, the benefits include improving blood (kidney, liver) and lymph (immune) circulation, detoxification and function.
Best done first thing in the morning, use a dry loofah or a natural (vegetable or cactus) brush. Start at your extremities and always work towards your heart with long, vigorous strokes. I avoid my face, neck and nipples. Don’t rush; take 10 minutes! Shower afterwards! Enjoy!

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