I first was introduced to the soap, degreaser and I loved it. Not only is it great for my own personal care, but as T-Tapper Charity mentioned at Beauty Boot Camp this last year -- it makes cleaning stainless steel a breeze. I use it in the tub after I soak in magnesium oil and dissolve some coconut oil in the water to protect my skin. You would think that was a recipe for sludgy tub rings but Miracle II just wipes it right off.
I started investigating a bit more about the products and I really fell in love with them. These products were created by a man from Louisiana named Clayton Tedeton; much like how I was given the inspiration behind T-Tapp, Clayton was inspired to create Miracle II. This is how Clayton describes what his products do:
The inside of the body becomes coated with additives, fillers, dyes, yeast and acids in the food that we eat. They coat the stomach walls like syrup. Most of the nutrients that are in the food cannot get through the walls of the stomach. We have to eat more food to try to satisfy what the body needs. This creates many problems for people. But by ingesting Miracle II Neutralizer, it neutralizes all the toxins and cleans the walls in the stomach so foods can be processed the way they are supposed to be.
When you use the soap and neutralizer, yeast acids and toxins are removed or stabilized in the body, so the immune system works the way God made it.
To have a healthier body and mind, you must change what you breathe and wash your body, hair and clothing with. Get away from animal fat, alcohol and petroleum bar soap products.
There are literally hundreds of ways people have used these products from controlling citrus tree blight to killing fire ants to reversing skin conditions and parasites. One thing I've found is that my skin is so much better when I use Miracle II and I'm going to try taking the neutralizer internally. I think Mitzi, our grand dame Bichon, might also benefit from eyedrops made from the neutralizer too now that she's lost her eyesight and tear making ability. If you decide to try it too -- I would love to hear your results. A little bit goes a long way so I definitely recommend the foamy bottle for the soap. I popped into my local Sally Beauty Supply and got their hair color bottles -- I mix up a bit of water and soap in them and use them everywhere around the house; that long applicator neck makes it easy to direct the soap precisely where I want it.