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Eileen Durfee Talks About Efficient Ways to Detox on Dirobi Podcast

Speaker 1: Hello, everybody. Welcome to the Derby health show today. I've got Eileen Durfee, Eileen, thank you for coming on the show.

Speaker 2: Well, thanks for thinking of me, Dave.

Speaker 1: Yeah. I'm intrigued by your bio and really excited to hear your story because this is not the usual story. it's a little different than a lot of other guests that I've had. And so I think this will be a lot of fun to explore some unique territory. And let me just read your bio. So I want to get this right, and then we'll have you talk a little bit more about that, but for those of you listening, I leaned Durfee as an engineer who used to work in nuclear power plants, but became sick due to chemical exposure. Over time, she dealt with chronic pain. Hashimoto's high high-profile hypo, fibroids, droid, Assam, and low energy. I got to try that again. Hypothyroidism, shouldn't be that hard to say, but, and low energy, her quest for health was ultimately successful and her in-depth research and experimentation led to seven utility and three design patents in the health space. She founded creative solutions to create and distribute products worldwide, to help people eliminate toxins from their bodies and cleanse themselves of many of the symptoms of modern living. We'll be discussing chronic pain, the miracle of ozone photo and sauna therapy, weight loss, and more. So I lean, that's a pretty interesting and painful background, mixed bag. There you've been very successful. It sounds like in your life. but you've also dealt with some real stuff. talk, talk to us about how you arrived here.

Speaker 2: Well, I mean, I was born with twisted hips and had pain had to wear special shoes, grew nine inches and three months, you know, that was really painful. I got ran over, ran over by a car in a parking lot and you know, I mean every breath hurt you hurt everywhere, you know, from structural issues. And, you know, thankfully I got into some good, spinal fitness training and was able to recover that. But then, you know, after having a silver amalgam filling, I think when I was 19, then I became allergic to everything. I mean, literally lungs closing up hives, you couldn't eat the same thing within 72 hours. I learned about leaky gut, all that kind of stuff. I thought that was all my ILS. And then I learned more about toxins replacing the good minerals. So then the cells don't function and looking at the root cause of why was I having pain and allergy reactions and which led me to quit building houses and, you know, go back to school and become an expert in analyzing tissue biopsies, you know, through hair analysis, you know, to manipulate chemistry, to restore minerals and function.

Speaker 2: And then when you started doing that, the detox reactions from any program was just accentuated. So then, you know, I got into the gizmos and gadgets so that you can feel like super woman and still detox and have less pain. And, and so it's a passion now because I suffered for way too many years trying all the medicines and the things that the doctors wanted me to do. And then before that, before I got that training, I was chasing symptoms with natural substances and causing reactions and pain in my body, you know, fixing one symptom and then a bunch more crop up. And so it's, it's been a journey, but now at 59 years old, I mean, I don't have any pain in my body. I feel good. I don't have allergies anymore. I mean, I still like to eat healthy Instead of having the junk. but yeah.

Speaker 1: About when was the turning point for you

Speaker 2: well, I mean, I became really sick in about 1983 and then started doing all kinds of different cleanses and, you know, detox things. So I was able to manage my symptoms without medications in the 1990s. And then, it was so I was doing really pretty good managing most of the time. I mean, I could eat more foods. I could be around, you know, not how my lungs close up if somebody had cologne on or something like that. But I, it was, 2011 when I really quit chasing symptoms with natural substances and started working on the root cause and real commitment to that connection between detox. It's like junk yard parts in yourself. So obviously you can't function normally. So that's when that shift happened.

Speaker 1: Interesting. I'm the science on detoxes all over the map and a detox is something I think we all intuitively understand. Of course our body is doing it every day, the best it can. We all understand that we, we take in food and then we poop out waste and we sweat and we breathe. Our lungs are fairly good at getting rid of some toxins and whatnot. And, and there are scientists out there who say, you know, this whole detox thing is a, is a load and a load of crap. Like, there's no evidence that there's, you know, heavy metals lurking in your cells for very long, your body gets through to them. but, and heavy metals might be a bad example because actually culation therapy is fairly commonly accepted in, in medicine. But you see what I mean And then there's also on the health side.

Speaker 1: I do see some people that make me concerned a little bit because, I feel like they sometimes go overboard with cleanse stuff. Now, this has been a very serious matter for you. You've got to really figure it out for yourself. You talked about the, the silver fillings. I mean, these things are just basically, you know, let's install a little bit of poison in someone's tooth, you know, and just have a tiny bit of mercury infest their system for a long time. And so in that case, of course the body is, you know, it doesn't matter how hard it works that stuff's built in. Right. But, and actually, maybe that's a point we, we ought to start with, like, for those of you that still have silver fillings have them carefully removed. and, I've had two dentists on my show actually talking about oral health and we've had this discussion and many people of our generation, especially, just don't realize what they're missing out on. So when did you get that, that tooth put right

Speaker 2: C very early when, Huggins first came out with, you know, the notification of people. And I got that done when I lived in Kansas. No, when I lived in Illinois. So it would've been about 19 85, 86. And that was, you know, before this supposedly natural dentist, I mean, cause he measured the electrical voltages and took them out in a certain order, but he never put the dam in either. but I had a white high white blood cell count, real low immunity. And after I got those out, I did the Bernard Jensen, colon cleansing, you know, that, and then my white blood cell count came back down to normal and you know, a lot of the infections and things that I was suffering from improved. but yeah, so learning about mercury, I mean the exposure that we're getting now is from silver amalgam fillings, but also eating certain types of fish.

Speaker 2: And one of the things that I see prevalent on hair analysis reports is high mercury. And it'll be in people that don't have silver amalgam fillings that maybe eat a lot of fish. And then I see people that eat fish and have silver amalgam fillings with very low amounts of mercury in your hair. But that doesn't mean it's not sequestered in the cells in the body, but one encouragement that I can give the listeners to really deal with mercury in their body is some chemistry. You know, my son was, you know, taking chemistry classes at university of Washington and everything like that. About the time that I was going to school to learn about detox and hair analysis. One of the things he said about mercury says, mom, mercury is so bad because your body could use like cadmium for zinc. And you'd actually feel a boost of energy, kind of like having an energy drink or smoking a cigarette.

Speaker 2: You know, you get this temporary stimulation in your body because cadmium will work in the cell enzyme binding sites where zinc is supposed to be. But with mercury, you know, so, so your body will sacrifice and say, okay, I can't get zinc where it's supposed to be. So I'm going to put cadmium there, but you know, so I'll sacrifice and I'll deal with 20% function, even though it's got all these other bad problems. So it's Merck, mercury, mercury, early, permanently disabled, the cell enzyme binding site from functioning. It'll either lodge in that enzyme by new site or somewhere else on the cell. And it permanently disables, the cells ability to function. That's how bad mercury is. And if you have enough cells and an enzyme system, see people don't realize that like your thyroid gland has more selenium by design than any organ in the body.

Speaker 2: It's kinda like you drive a car, your wheels go where your wheels are. We, our thyroid gland is more selenium, but what on the table of elements, chart is antagonistic or synergistic with a selenium mercury. So with all these people, with the thyroid problems, it could be because it's, instead of having selenium, bioavailable, selenium in the cells to function, it's mercury. And so, so we really need to stop exposure. You know, every time you chew or put hot liquid on a silver Malcolm filling, you know, you're, you're having mercury gas go and affect your brain and you wonder why you have anxiety or you have all these other issues. I mean, let's look at the mercury and get that out of the body. You know, now they put dams in and there's a lot of ecological dentists that can do it safely. And, you'd be amazed at how much better you feel.

Speaker 1: Okay. So, great. I mean, that's excellent important information for, especially those listening who still have those things. They got to get them out back to what I said earlier about the, you know, the issue of cleansing, you know, cleansing is big business. there's all kinds of products. There's all kinds of promises. There's all kinds of diets. And of course, again, back at the very basic level, our bodies should be cleansing itself all the time. We should be drinking lots of water. We should be eating lots of vegetables. We should be supporting, good elimination on a regular basis, et cetera. So that's the basic level. Now you've mentioned, mercury is something though that is a pernicious problem. What other problems are there that are like that, that, that your body can't really deal with in the simplistic way that I'm describing just to normal digestion and elimination.

Speaker 2: There's a major principle that people need to become familiar with. It's not mainstream in this wellness revolution, even with detox experts. And that is the body is created in a way that it will always use the most efficient item present to get something done in every cell in your body has an enzyme binding site and needs a mineral like, you know, your bones, 99% of the bones are in the, I mean the calcium is in your bones, teeth and nerve fibers. So you got to think about the substitutions. Yeah. You know, lead substitutes, calcium. So if your body has a problem with delivering calcium to the cells, the body will use lead instead, but it won't give it up until you restore the calcium metabolism so that the calcium can get into the cells. I mean, lots of older women, they're saying, do these, you know, hormones, see you don't have osteoporosis and all that, but that's not the real secret to having strong bones.

Speaker 2: And so it's not just is my body going to be strong and if it's supposed to be detoxing, but if you have a mineral imbalance that is caused by an IndyCar, endocrine disruption based on stress, then your body will be using it to survive. It will not give it up. It will not detox it. And so these practitioners that use culation either natural key laters or synthetic drug key laters, and they measure with the urine and the blood and all this kind of stuff. Yeah. They get high numbers in and all this kind of stuff. But what happens to somebody who's really been under the care of medical practice or doing those detox programs over time, they get weaker and they get more imbalances, initially feel better because of the toxic load. But don't forget key leaders, whether they're natural, our drugs are non-discriminatory. They take the good minerals with the bad.

Speaker 2: And so then your body, when it already had a problem, getting the good minerals where they need to go, we'll be more predisposed to collecting more of the toxic junk and that, and that's what I've seen. And so we need to really, I, I think that, you know, there's people talk about the root protocol and all this kind of stuff, but really the root problem of all health I believe is, is our response to stress with our adrenal glands. You know, it causes us to urinate out a lot of the minerals that we need, our food supply, even organic stuff. If you analyze it compared to the 1940s does not have the nutrient density that our bodies need. So we're always in a situation where we're having to adapt and utilize junk. And then the people that don't have constant energy, this is another, you know, explanatory thing you need to realize is that when your blood sugar tanks, in those moments, there's cellular mechanisms, that pretty much become deactivated.

Speaker 2: Kind of like if you had a brand new car at a gas station, the power's out and your tank's empty, you can't drive the car, but it's super simple turn on the power and you can fill gas and you can drive. So during any given day, whether you're dehydrated or lacking oxygen or not having, you know, the glucose from the, you know, the food and your energy tanks, that's when your body grabs out for more toxic metals to act like junk yard parts. Because you know, you have to look at the body like once you digest the food and you have all these raw ingredients that your body needs to rebuild itself and maintain health, is it asked to pump it everywhere. It's like this constant, it's called a concentration gradient in biology and the factor to pump all the good stuff where it needs to go is a sodium pump.

Speaker 2: And that is very delicate. I know we're going to talk about some other things that, that applies to later on, but, you know, stress, if that ratio isn't right, then you're not going to be able to pump them, but then heavy metals, they don't need that pump and they can go up there. And again, a substitution happens. So detox needs a whole new mentality out there as far as supporting the body's response to stress, providing the right nutrients and keeping constant good available energy. So you're less susceptible to collecting more. It's not just about getting rid of it. Yes. Daily, we have to.

Speaker 1: Right, right. Yeah. we used to sell a culation product. Mimi's and miracles, zeolites and zeolites are Nash natural key later. And the problem is the, FDA, probably working in conjunction with the AMA, never did forgot the whole story, but they decided that that culation, can only be only be done under a doctor's supervision and that all products have to be prescribed for culation. So, of course I disagreed with that determination, but we had to pull the product and, you know, natural culation like, like you said, ideally, you don't want to take it in. But I think of like the famous, person development group, Tony Robins, who, who lives on an island and ate incredibly well food, grown on the island and fish. And one day he has giving his personal developments, speech and collapses on the stage. Right. And then comes to find out, do you know this story

Speaker 2: No.

Speaker 1: Okay. It's very to listen to, because he talks about how he thought he was doing everything right. And he had enough mercury to kill a horse. He's lucky he survived. And so it's a, it's a fascinating story. And so, let's talk about though, I love the preventative angle that you're talking about, but before we get off of it, what are you thinking about, about culation and, of natural key leaders

Speaker 2: I would, you know, if there's like recent heavy exposure to something, I think it has its place, but if you're looking at someone long-term chronic, you know, low energy, a lot of the health problems that we see people having, it's going to create a lot more imbalances. I ended up getting a lot of clients working with me that have been on those kinds of things for years. And, you know, they have their ups and downs. It's like, it's like a roller coaster and they just didn't understand the biology and the chemistry of what was happening. So each person is obviously different. And, and I think we need testing to monitor that, with someone who's trained to be able to see, okay, do we want to use some pectins Do we want to, you know, while we're doing certain things, I mean, a big advocate of coffee enemas because of the bioproduction in it trapping heavy metals in, you know, in the intestinal track, you know, I'm, I'm for a lot of other protocols that help and enhance detoxification, you know, but yeah,

Speaker 1: Coffee enema, I assume you don't go to Starbucks and buy your favorite drink and then insert in the wrong place. I mean, I don't know about a coffee enema, and so you're going to have to educate me and those listening on, on how this works

Speaker 2: Well, you know, coffee is very popular and there's tons of places that you could go where they get the green, organic beans and they roast them right there. And you can pick them up a few days later. I mean, I can guarantee you just about every town has that, so no need to buy it from Starbucks or the grocery store, because it was sitting in the warehouse six months or nine months, you know, so you can get the real fresh stuff. And, and I'm an advocate for the medium to the dark roast, the green, if you do like a daily coffee animal, literally your skin is going to turn green. There's enough. Paul Medigap said, and caffeine and the medium to dark roast. So you don't get such a shot of caffeine. And, I, you know, when I went to school to do the tissue biopsy her analysis, I was challenged to become a practitioner to take a daily near infrared sauna and a daily coffee enema.

Speaker 2: So quite the story, how I got adapted to coffee enemas, but I started doing some research. I mean, they'd been around for 3000 years and, you know, they, I think scientifically got validated when Hitler's army got cut off from medical supplies and they were operating on soldiers. the nurses, you know, when the doctor would give a plain water enema, you know, they thought, gee, you know, the doc, the coffee's keeping the doctor going 24 7. So they started pouring coffee in the enemas. And the pain reduction was phenomenal. I mean, it becomes so famous that three universities in a Europe started using coffee, water up rats and figuring out what the heck is going on. And they figured out amazing things. the, in 12 minutes, all the caffeine in the POL medic acid left, you know, the rectal area and went up the portal vein and caused the liver bile ducts to dilate.

Speaker 2: And when they, when they dilated then bile production increased, but it also, filled the bloodstream was free, radical scavengers. Anti-oxidants turned on enzyme systems change the pH of the intestinal tract. So the good bacteria is more likely to survive. And it's just phenomenal. I give everybody the two week challenge. If somebody says Eileen, I'm only going to be one thing for my health, what do I do I said, do a daily coffee enema, and people are going, oh, you're going to mess up your electrolytes and all this. While I was in a car wreck in 2013, wow. You know, had to have surgery. And I was in physical therapy and, you know, for all that blood work and everything, I was like, perfect. Everything. Absolutely. Everything was perfect. You know, and for, you know, almost three years, I've been doing daily coffee, enemas, saunas, that kind of thing.

Speaker 2: And the lady who owned the physical therapy and bite one of those S3 machines. So I don't know if anybody's seen it on Dr. Oz, but it's a device you put your hand on and it measures their circulating antioxidants. And then in Dr. Oz's show, everybody wore a shirt for the color amount of the antioxidants they had. And most of them were all like that. Dr. Ross had 75,000 units, anything above 60,000 was perfect. They're saying, yeah, you, cancer risk is like nil, you know. Great, great, great. So they use this machine to sell you, you know, grills, you know, pills to, boost your antioxidant level, you know, and so here I am just off of anestesia and everything, you know, put my hand on that thing, 80,000 units higher than doctor us. And they go, oh my gosh, you're never going to get cancer.

Speaker 2: What an access to you taking her says, why don't I take a daily near infrared sauna and coffee enema, my supplements, you know, metabolic packs minerals, you know, by my hair analysis, they're going, wow, that's phenomenal. And so, you know, doing a coffee enema, increasing gluten, I am production 600%. How many of you are out there buying Glenda to take, you know, which is a great detoxifier, but you know, you've got some natural protocols that actually, you know, don't cost that much money once you get your equipment. And it just takes time. If you'll go Eileen, how do you have the time to do that Every day I go, well, you know, I don't have any pain in my body. I have all kinds of energy. I sleep well. I wake up with energy. So my, you know, routine in the morning, I mean, it sells itself. I mean, what else could I do You know, why wouldn't I

Speaker 1: Now, now seeing, as you mentioned, glutathione, and you may not even know this, but we're, we're w we're a top seller of glue to find we we've moved. This is a miracle glutathione. And, and it is a great antioxidant, as you mentioned. but the thing about glutathione, a lot of people to understand, you can notice something unique about this. It's in a spray ball glue to find has made a three peptides. And what everyone's doing wrong is they're swallowing the glutathione into their

Speaker 2: Digestion.

Speaker 1: And the digestive system breaks it down to the peptides and they get three peptides into their blood. You have to take it orally. So for those of you wanting to raise your, your, your number and a with land's going to be part of the mix, it has to be oral. So it can go into the bloodstream

Speaker 2: Mucosal, membrane

Speaker 1: Mouth. Yeah. So, thank you for laying up that little soft ball for one of our own supplements. And of course talking about yours and what you're going to do to now coffee enema every day. is it expensive Is it a sustainable thing most people could do, or is it only for people who are in really bad health or is it kind of a daily practice that you're recommending for just about anybody in the modern world Tell us about those things. Right.

Speaker 2: Right. Well, before the turn of the century, just about everybody looked back through the literature, every home, everybody did coffee enemas all the time. Yeah. And so, you know, when we,

Speaker 1: We, which century,

Speaker 2: Well, like in the 18 hundreds,

Speaker 2: Early 19 hundreds, yeah. Everybody, everybody had coffee and was everybody did them. It was very well known. And, you know, then we started having pills for problems and, you know, people got out of the teaching of it carrying on and the girl Gerson, Gerson, you know, he has his therapy and did a lot with cancer and things like that. I mean, it's undisputed the benefits of the coffee enema and, with my training and what I've seen a, I mean, I've had people that come in, do a console for their hair analysis, and then we cut their hair and then it takes about three to four weeks to get the test results in the program back. And this one guy, this married couple, he was on, I dunno, anti-depressants things for asthma, all this kind of stuff, medications, he was just a wreck. And he said, I'll, I'll, I'll get that coffee in my bag.

Speaker 2: I'm going to do that. I'm going to try that. And so a month later, we come back and I'm doing the consult. 80% of the guy's symptoms are gone. He doesn't even need to use this allergy inhaler, his moods improved, you know, like all this kind of stuff. So then I'm telling him the program. I says, you cannot take all the supplements they say, because your body's going to win the lottery and it's going to detox faster. And you're going to have every imaginable symptom. He goes, I'll just take two coffee. And it was day and all be fine, you know But so it's, it's amazing. One lady, she couldn't, she was in so much pain. She couldn't even walk down her driveway, 20 feet to the mailbox, you know, after my two week challenge, she could walk down to the mailbox without pain.

Speaker 2: I mean, at works pretty quick, you know And so I just, I just tell people, I'll never ask you to do a coffee in them again. I just want you to do two, two week challenge every day. I tell him, tell him all the pitfalls now. I mean, I bought myself a $300 Colima board, so I could lay down. So I don't have to get up at an ozone sprayer to clean it. You know, all this kind of stuff. Cause people, you know, typically have to lay down and then your knees or your back to get up. And then when you do everything goes out because you have no rectal control. And so, you know, they have all these ways of catching it until you get the control, but in, and then he can't hold it for 12 minutes and all this kind of stuff.

Speaker 2: So I recently came up with a solution it's a standup pump. So you can, you know, get in the shower, fill up and then sit there and rub your ascending, transverse, you know, parts of your colon, take a long shower that we needed to eliminate, get out and get on the toilet and then go back in and refill do it again. And so I made it super simple and super easy. now that we know so much about the good bacteria in the gut and immunity and everything else. So getting that extra bile, changing the pH was more conducive to the good guys to live. It's just something that I do recommend that everybody do.

Speaker 1: And do they just buy the coffee locally So what is, what are you selling Do you have a product that you mentioned your standup product

Speaker 2: Yeah, yeah. That's called the anima fix. It's it's just, a glass jar with the handle, a 33 ounce that has an adapter that screws on with the pump. So that with the long hose and different tips. So you can actually do this in the shower, standing up. So anybody with need back problems. I mean, you can still lay down if you wanted to, but it just, it just takes the excuse out. That's what I wanted to do is give people no excuse to try it or do it. And so that's, you know, what we did and just organic medium to dark gross coffee. I mean, any coffee will really work, but you know, why put, I mean, go with the healthier version of the coffee. Cause after all, you know, we want to protect what goes in our body, start using healthier versions of what we're used to. And yeah, so it's, it's super simple. If somebody says I'm only gonna do one thing, that's what I would do. And I, and I've had multiple people where 80% of their problems go away in less than a month of doing it. I'm going to sells itself. Just take the challenge.

Speaker 1: Well, that's terrific. And, and obviously something you're excited about and I've had a lot of success with you also though. You also talk about ozone ozone is become an important part of your practice. Tell us about that. Where did that initial, how did that start for you and oh

Speaker 2: Yeah.

Speaker 1: Emma with ozone.

Speaker 2: Well, it was in the 1990s. I bought an Alpine air purifier. That was an ozone generator. And there's probably a lot of people out there that had those, you know, and here we thought we were doing ourselves great things by smelling that ozone. We can talk about that later, but it actually damages lung tissue and competes for oxygen receptor sites. So all that fresh air, you were smelling the ozone and inhaling. It was because your body needed more oxygen. So it was forced to inhale more so because you're getting better one function. Okay. So we learn these things from poisoning ourselves over the years, right

Speaker 2: Then in, about 1998, I met a person from New Zealand who was drank making and drinking ozonated water. And, at that time I still hadn't figured out the root cause of my candida problem. And when I started drinking ozonated water on an empty stomach, man, it kept the candida under control, like crazy. And at that time I was drinking more coffee than I should have today. I mean, I only have one eight ounce cup a day. That is it. When I'm outside in the sunshine, barefoot grounding, you know, those kinds of things. But back then I drank way too much coffee. And I started noticing when I was drinking the ozonator water. Oh my gosh, I didn't want the coffee. It was almost like having coffee, but clean energy without the jitters or without, you know, the crash or anything like that. And then started, you know, started thinking about all the parasites and the whole, the Clark cleanse and all that about that time, you know

Speaker 2: So it's like, okay, the first line of defense, let's clean our food because everything's grown in dirt. So you got the parasite library that you can't see, that's going to go on your body and hatch. You know, if you're, especially if you're juicing and you're not cooking the items, so cleaning things associated water through life, SOSUS the cell, the parasite larva SAC, a whole gets blown in it. So then it doesn't hatch. And then, you know, it'll kill e-coli salmonella, listeria, everything, the foodborne pathogens that are making us sick, we can protect ourselves. So I started cleaning my foods and everything with, you know, ozonated water. And then years later, I learned about the connection between the oxygen and ozone and then how we're, how our oxygen metabolism works in our body. And so, people with our lives, I mean, planet earth has less oxygen.

Speaker 2: A lot of people are sedentary. We're indoors right now. So there's less oxygen concentrations in the air around us. And so our body though has a threshold, the minimum amount of oxygen to function, just like water, you know, 80% of people are dehydrated. So their body's in survival mode, reallocating water based on histamine receptors where body does something similar with oxygen. And so breathing oxygen is great. And I, because small for that, but drinking those needed water, here's the miracle. You can make diffuse ozone gas into water. And I have a device that destructs all the gas that wouldn't dissolve in the water. So you don't hurt your lungs. Cause that's what the bad rap with ozone is, is hurting your lungs. And so nobody was doing that. So I have a gizmo that you can safely. Even if you have COPD or asthma, you can get the benefit because you will smell no ozone gas in the air.

Speaker 2: It'll be all dissolved in the water. So when you make this water and you drink it, you need to drink it on an empty stomach because you have to remember that it's three singlets of oxygen and anything that's not appear in nature, you know, is uneven. So that third singlet breaks off. That's the oxidizer that oh one. And what it'll do in your body, just like the EPA who drills Wells and contaminated aquifers and injects ozonated water to clean it up. We're mostly water. So that oxidation, that's why you want to do it on an empty stomach because you don't want to do it when you're taking your supplements because we don't want to break it down. So, so we do it on an empty stomach. We drink the ozonated water and it purifies. It detoxifies us. But then if that's not a miracle enough, you're left with pure O two.

Speaker 2: So what happens in the body when you don't have enough oxygen, it's like a car when your alternator's bad to your battery's not going to hold a charge. So you're, jumpstarting it you're driving out without the lights. And you're not putting the air conditioner on just to get from point a to point B or kind of like a jalopy. We are body has this hierarchy. And if you have plenty of oxygen, yourselves, have an enzyme coating around them. And when you don't have enough, it'll prioritize what cells not to protect. And that enzyme coating goes away. So then that cell that doesn't have dance, I'm coding them, become susceptible to infection like bacteria viruses, fungus's, you know, all that to morph into cancer, all these things. So, and that, and the thing about it is, is if you can drink ozonated water, then your body will make and protect more cells.

Speaker 2: So then it also helps with immunity, all kinds of things. It's, anti-inflammatory, there's a lot of NIH studies about what ozonated water does to the biology in the body. And it's absolutely amazing when it's used correctly, don't breathe the glass drinking on an empty stomach and not before bed. Cause she was going to give you too much energy. You know, we want to sleep, you know, and it'll help you reduce your coffee in me. It helped keep the candida under control until I fixed my zinc copper ratio problem with weak adrenals of why that was happening. but yeah, ozone is like an absolute miracle. I mean, for keeping our foods safe, giving us oxygen, I mean, Corona, I mean every pathogen has a contact concentration and time to kill it. Like Ecolab is killed in 15 seconds at 0.1 part per million dissolved ozone. So I've got a machine that'll make two parts per million ozone. I mean, it's like, it's crazy.

Speaker 1: And is that how ozonated water is made us through a machine is not like putting a tablet in a water bottle or something like that

Speaker 2: It's made with a generator. So you diffuse it because his reaction happens so quickly that you got to drink it and get it in, or like soak your vegetables or, you know, I mean, if you had salmonella, infected strawberries, you can pose an AIDEM and it would kill all of it and you would eat it. You know I was issued a patent, which I haven't got that one on the market yet for under counter that will de gas. It's a new way to D gas, the ozone when it's under pressure. And it's actually going to disrupt the whole industry of all this expensive to gassing equipment, it'll make it feasible to put it of your own kitchen sink. But can you imagine, I dream about being on the Bobby Flay cooking show, holding a chicken breasts. They say don't rinse it. Right Cause the salmonella on it have the black light there flip on the faucet, rinse it, having it be all gone and clean, you know, I mean that was on is an absolute miracle.

Speaker 1: And how do people listen to take advantage of it though How do they, how do they use it How do they do it

Speaker 2: Well, I have a nose on generator and then I have the diffuser to gasser. It actually diffuses those own gas in the water 10 times faster. So you don't have to run your machine as long, so extends machine life, but also gets rid of all the hazardous part of inhaling it. And then you can use that, to clean your vegetables, to drink people even after the coffee, enema will follow up with ozonated water. I mean,

Speaker 1: Small appliance or is it

Speaker 2: Yeah, it's, it's like the size of a book. I didn't bring one in here for show and tell, but yeah, it's, it's like about that tall about that wide and about that thick and it comes with the remote control. It's got a timer and I tell people as far as breathing ozone, if you're going to leave the place, say burned dinner and you're leaving, turn the ozone machine on unhook the hose and run it and it'd be on intermittent and timer and have it not run for two hours before you come back and then your, your whole house will feel like a fresh rain. It's clean the air, you know, so there's safe ways to use it.

Speaker 1: Okay. Interesting. I've taken a lot of your time, but I want to do one more topic before I let you go. And you've mentioned it before and it's in your bio too, and it's got to do with heat. you talk about photo therapy, sauna therapy, hot yoga, you like heat as a, as a tool. infrared sauna. You you'd mentioned that before too. So why don't you talk to us about those, those therapies and what they do, what you're advising people to do about them and whatnot

Speaker 2: Sure. I mean, before I went back to school to become the practitioner and I got the challenge to do the daily coffee in it, but I was also given a challenge to do a daily near infrared incandescent bulb Saman, which I thought the doctor was prejudice really. Cause I had this $2,800 cabin with all these heaters everywhere and I was sweating like crazy, you know And so finally, I made the switch. I was going to California and so I made myself cause my dad's mechanical. And so I am too. And so I made myself this near infrared sauna day one, I'm going, wow, I didn't sweat very much. Day two. I started sweating more by day three, as sweating as much as in my other sauna. But this clean, energetic feeling came over me. Like I never felt before. I mean, it was transformational to the point where I would never, and then we were learning about high EMF.

Speaker 2: So I got my meter and a measuring my own son and it's like, oh my gosh. It's like, I'm being bombarded everywhere. And so I got rid of that sauna. And then, because of my background, nuclear power and just my dad, you know, it's like, I'm a gizmo woman. And so I buy everything and try it and try to make a better widget. And so it's like, but what I do is I use it. Then I fall asleep and in the morning I see the blueprint and the better way to do it and that kind of thing. And so I learned, and that's the time my son was also taken all the biology and chemistry classes. And you know, I'm saying, what is the deal with this doctor Why do I feel this way with the near imprint equals, oh, mom, it's phototherapy. And he gave me a website on the university of Washington read about it.

Speaker 2: His mom, your mitochondria is in every cell and you just shine the light on it. You don't have to eat and digest the food and assimilate it. You just sign that bandwidth of light on it and it'll produce energy. That's why you feel so good mom. And so with the, the near infrared, you know, as five 50, well is, is, 700 to 400 nanometers of light. And so there's a lot of multi spectrum saunas out there now because of the new newest research of how great, I mean, cancer.gov is shiny near infrared light on, you know, operable tumors in Germany. They're having women exercise in front of near-infrared lights compared to not, and they're losing 400% more fat in weight and country in their body. And I mean, near-infrared is just phenomenal because it reduces pain and increases your flexibility. And so with me, I went to the near-infrared, but then, you know, without an insulated cabin, cause most saunas, even the wood ones are like an R one or two.

Speaker 2: They don't have very much insulation. So it's like you have to heat them up for a long time to get in. And it's like, I'm like, I, you know, I don't want to have to heat anything up. I wanted to be able to just jump in and have it like instantly hot. So, and then light travels at the speed of light. So I wanted to capture all that healing frequency to maximize the photo therapy. So I came up with some radiant material that also shields out all the EMS, but then that insulated panels, there are 12. So in my sauna it gets 120 degrees in five minutes and we'll work on an outlet. Your hairdryer works on and you'll sweat twice as much in half the time. and so I made one big enough to do yoga because you know, hot yoga is popular. And part of that, a European study with the women controlling their body and having less pain and better blood sugar was exercising under near infrared lights. So I figured, Hey, why not So we have that version of it and people put their spinner bikes in there and bike with it. There's a New York city cop has got one that does that for training. you know, it's just phenomenal, a UFC fighter, Nate Diaz, they shadow box, and Gilbert Melinda's, they all shadow box inside their sauna fixes.

Speaker 1: It's pretty big. They're not the little black box that you sit on the stool with your head poking out.

Speaker 2: No, you want your head inside, you know, get the, all the photo therapy everywhere going around. I mean, for me, I wear an organic sauna hat because that'll dry out your hair, you know, and I already have curly hair as it is, you know, but yeah, you just go in there and move underneath that light and it's phenomenal. You just feel, I mean, I've lost 25 pounds and I, and it started when I went to daily, you know, in, when I got my yoga, yoga sauna at home, before I had the one that I just laid down in. And then I was reading about the studies about how moving cause every your body has an overall metabolism that fluctuates based on the circadian rhythm. Then each cell in your body has a metabolism and your fat cells have the slowest metabolism. So that light, that mitochondria getting into that fat cell speeds it up to you, burn the fat for energy and it contours your body.

Speaker 2: And so with, trapping all that light. So it's just re bombarding you and having the installation and, and being able to move it's transformational. I did that and started going outside barefoot, watching the morning sun and then eating in an eight hour window. And I lost 25 pounds. I went from a loose 14 somethings. I had to wear a size 14. Now I'm in a size six. And I didn't that I didn't change. I mean, I've always eaten kind of healthy, more animal protein, steamed vegetables, less fruits, less grains, you know, low-glycemic know that's how I've eaten for years. And, so I really didn't change that at all. And I had that much of a transformation.

Speaker 1: This is a, this sounds big. Isn't this huge big sauna.

Speaker 2: No, no. It's three feet wide and it's seven foot, 10 inches long. So it's not a big footprint. The small one is three foot by four foot print in a stand up. And then it's six foot six tall. Actually I have an extension now because of the NBA basketball players, they need it taller. So now it's going to be a seven foot, six tall with an extension, and then you can absolutely do a full yoga practice by putting your whole arms up and stuff. And,

Speaker 1: You're enclosed, you're inside of the thing. Okay. Like I come in here, let's see if we can do this. So there's my rowing machine.

Speaker 2: Right.

Speaker 1: And so I could put my machine inside of there.

Speaker 2: How wide is it What are those yellow things

Speaker 1: Oh, those are just a diff bars that are sitting in front of it.

Speaker 2: As long as it's, not longer than seven foot, 10 inches long, it can go inside there and you can do your rowing and yoga. I mean, there's a guy that just got done training to do the death valley on his bicycle. And so they got it. They put two sauna lamps in there. You can get the hot yoga tent is hot as 190 degrees with double lamps. And I mean, these people they're like kettle balls and they're doing these bio-hackers, they're just extreme athletes and they just, but yeah, I, I just keep mine about a hundred, you know, 40.

Speaker 1: Okay. One last thing you read it, you go, this has been super interesting. You have brought up all these ideas, quite unique. Some of these, I mean, so these things I'm aware of, you know, I I've actually done infrared sauna and, back when I was doing cryotherapy to cryotherapy and then, and that's actually quite interesting to do both to go cold, extremely

Speaker 2: Jump. I jumped in a cold shower afterwards.

Speaker 1: I do all my showers cold. I don't do anything else. I just turn on cold shower. I used to, I used to shower, then turn it down and stand in it. And one day I thought, why am I doing this Like, I just turn it on Colin's shower. I did. And it was fine. It took me a while, took me a few months, but after a few months of turning down cold, I just acclimated my body. As a matter of fact, I noticed when winter came, I live in Utah where we have hot summers, cold winters, and I'm normally a whip in the cold. I don't like the cold. And, and yet one day, I went out not dressed well enough for the winter and was really surprised like, oh, I'm fine, cold. Doesn't bother me. And now I just turn it on cold and that's been great.

Speaker 1: So I'm with you on the cold. Now another guest, I had Tim James from chemical free body. He hit me up recently about near infrared saunas. And he's got one that he's found in, in Korea or something. And he was telling me how the technology of these things, how you mentioned, you alluded to the right, type of laid and, and these and the installation, all of the various things that go into it to get the right effect. And cause, you know, you can buy some cheap a box on Amazon, you know, for $400. And, and, and, and he was telling me, how will that won't cut it. You got to get like, you know, and he's giving me all the scientific info on the light rays, right. That this does, which I'm sure you're an expert on. And you've talked about already on the show. So these are things that are just coming onto my radar. You've been doing it a lot. I take it. You have clients, you do coaching or are you a product seller What's your business model

Speaker 2: we shipped to 91 countries in the world and I do some hair analysis with coaching. I've tried to set it up, with the pattern report and XSplit, you know, with teaching materials. So I can spend less time with the people because I have to multiply my efforts, you know, because I'm bringing on new products all the time and that's my passion. I'm a creator. I'm getting the better gizmo, the widget out there to help us restore our health. And so it's more for the, the equipment, you know, I'm teaching the lifestyle, you know, and, and I'd say the main difference between my son and other ones on the market and my zero EMF. But it's the incandescent bulb that Sonos that have all the heaters, even though they might have multi spectrum res the depth that they penetrate is different, but also the ambient temperature is usually the same around the whole enclosure with, that's not true in mine because it's hottest where the lamps are. So what your body does is it shunts the blood towards the light because that's where it's hottest. And then it will vacillate your tissues and cause water to escape on the surface of the skin, sweat to cool you down. Literally when you first get in my sun and you're going to sweat on one side of your body,

Speaker 2: It's weird. And then you wipe it down, cause that cools you down and you want to get your core body temperature up. You rotate 180 degrees and your body does the same thing. So the circulation effect in my type of sauna is twice as you get the blood shunting and it goes deeper. And with the near infrared at the spectrum of Brays are five 50 to about 3,400. And it peaks all at the, you know, the therapeutic levels, the eights, the nines, the 11 hundreds. And so you get a full spectrum where a lot of those other saunas, they say they have near credit and they're putting in little pukey led lights.

Speaker 1: Yeah. Okay.

Speaker 2: And they don't penetrate the body tissue. It's like the incandescent bulb. So it's not the same, even though they might be non-toxic. I mean, I use organic cotton Le zippers with no lead. I mean, you know, the frames without I have an ROIs tested, built a European standards. so there's a lot of things that go into it, but it's undisputed heat, stress therapy is great. You know, just stay away from the EMF and get as many light frequency as you can. And if you can exercise to and contrary your body and feel better because of the maximized photo therapy and not have to preheat it and spend less money on electricity. Great. Okay.

Speaker 1: Well, this has been terrific. And everyone listening, this is Eileen Durfee, that gizmo girl, is that what you call it

Speaker 2: I have been that way in my whole life. I just, you know, and part of my creations is I just don't want another gizmo that's sitting in the closet or garage.

Speaker 1: And so

Speaker 2: That can go to create tricks. C R E a T R I X as in x-ray solutions.com. I mean, we have everything from skincare we make to, you know, ozone generators, even for growing, you know, CBD plants for that, that, that make the plants healthier to using it in your home, to the saunas, to, you know, the coffee enemas. And then we do hair analysis and the supplements and, you know, just everything we're bringing on a whole spinal fitness line. Cause that's the other thing is, is that people are in chronic pain, a lot of it's because they got the wrong shape and gravity and they're like, their muscles are tight all the time and that consumes energy and creates pain. So part of the overall health is protect what you breathe and drink and put on your skin and get it out when it gets in there. But let's use less energy just existing and moving, you know So it's, that's kinda like everything.

Speaker 1: Hey, I Elaine the, the mad scientist with the patents on her gizmos, all [email protected] and I've, I'm fascinated. I'm embarrassed to say, I didn't look at your website before we did the interview. And, but now you've got me totally curious. Like I really want to learn more about these things and I'm sure people listening to too. So anything else you want to add before I let you go, Eileen

Speaker 2: I would just recommend, you know, I think the number one thing that we're all doing out there in the wellness revolution is we're trying to find something so that we don't have these problems, you know, to give our body just like my underlying feeling was if my body just had what it needed, it would function properly. but there's the number one mistake is, is you're not, you might chase a symptom and feel better, but then have something else crop up and you're not putting two and two together. Sometimes chasing the symptoms might make the underlying cause worse.

Speaker 2: And, and so I really think laboratory hair analysis too, even if you don't take the recommended supplements that they provide, but what's it doing to me is this really one last story. I had a massage therapist who couldn't even work anymore. Her hands were so swollen and she was taking. And so we did her hair test and then she put down how much vitamin C she was taking. And I says, oh my gosh, vitamin C is a sodium stimulator. And your sodium potassium ratio is sky high that's inflammation. That is pain. So she dialed that way back down and took the metabolic pack and the sodium potassium adjuster that we gave her on the program. I mean, this is like she couldn't work for eight months. And her naturopath had her taking all that vitamin C and within two months she could close her hands within four months, she was back working. And it was just because she was taking vitamin C,

Speaker 1: You're talking, you're talking to my dad, which, I mean, we, we make our living selling supplements. but on the show here, you know, our summons are designed to fill in deficiencies. we don't have anything, that isn't balanced and, and, and even for myself, I had a hair analysis done this year. I get, I get blood work done or hair analysis every single year. So you got me sold on that. I've been doing that for a long time. and, and, and my first remedy is always food. For example, I was low on sleep this time, and guess what's high in selenium is cashews. And I like cashews. I was also low on potassium and bananas are an excellent source of potassium. And so what you're saying is something I deeply believe in which is, is too many people seem to be going around taking care of their health life with band-aids.

Speaker 1: I have this scrape, I need a band-aid right. And so most health scrapes don't need band-aids what they need is a daily way of living. That's supporting good health, good nutrition, exercise, drinking, lots of water, the very basics, right And so, and then the supplements supplement that, for example, I mentioned glue to finer your body makes glue to find, but we know from the science that you're producing 30% less beautify on, by the time you hit your thirties and forties. And we know, and you mentioned NIH, the national Institute of health library of, of studies. There's almost a hundred thousand studies just on good of fire. And yes, our body makes it, but it gets less good at making it. And so I supplement glutathione because it's a bio-hack because I take it and put more in my bloodstream than my body can make and raise my antioxidant level. And so I've designed my company much the way you have, trying to address real scientific needs. and I love the way you've couched it because I've never really put it this way that you do this, this issue of how chasing the symptoms, outside of a holistic approach is just like, whack-a-mole, it's like health whack-a-mole, the mole is up. So you go whack it instead of like, maybe like unplugging the stupid whack-a-mole box. So the mole stop popping up, popping up

Speaker 1: Sometimes is like that. It's like, why am I whacking moles when I can walk behind this machine and turn it off. And to me a really good health regimen is just turning off that thing that is constantly causing you all this grief. And I think you've presented that argument here today, which I totally agree.

Speaker 2: So simple things. We have the 21st century disease we're endorsed too much of the time. We don't get the sunlight that we need. So lights had a bad rap. I mean, I just, and the other thing is, is there is no silver bullet, you know, we're, we're aging. I want to be biologically younger. I mean, get into peptide injections. I have my own hyperbaric oxygen chamber. I mean, it's just like, but you have to use them. You have to develop a lifestyle. And I always tell people, start with something small. And then as you feel that benefit, then you're going to be encouraged to do something more. You know, we're not telling people to just all of a sudden they have to have a full-time job of detoxing and taking care of their body. Just,

Speaker 1: Whoa, How about getting, get enough water How about today You drink

Speaker 2: 80% of disease is dehydration 80%. That's a whole nother show.

Speaker 1: Yeah. Well, I leaned this has been a lot of fun. You've been very interesting. And maybe, maybe on the end, the title that we produce this on our podcasts, it, it needs to be gizmo girl kind of sticking with me here. That's pretty cool. And, it sounds like you come from a great family. That's inspired you to become what you are and to be someone who creates patents and is, is changing the world, but it's new technology. It's awesome. Yep. Well, thanks again, Eileen. And for those of you listening, this is Dave Sherwin, wishing you health and success.