Twelve Stones Health & Wellness Podcast

29 Christen's Five Favorite Supplements

December 28, 2020 Christen Season 1 Episode 29
Twelve Stones Health & Wellness Podcast
29 Christen's Five Favorite Supplements
Show Notes

Have you heard of orthomolecular medicine? If not, I highly suggest you look it up. It is absolutely fascinating and can honestly help support people suffering from some pretty significant conditions. Orthomolecular medicine is defined by Webster’s dictionary as “a theory according to which disease may be cured by providing the optimum amounts of substances (such as vitamins) normally present in the body” (Merriam-Webster, n.d.). Yes, these vitamins and supplements are present in the body already, but not in the amounts needed to fight things off when the body is taxed and burdened.

Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency

I will be going more into orthomolecular medicine in another episode, but today I want to chat with you about my favorite supplements. I started out the episode with a definition of orthomolecular medicine because it is the exact reason why I do not believe that we can live on diet alone! Almost every single issue or ailment we are struggling with as a society can be traced back to some sort of vitamin or mineral deficiency. 

Check out some of these Quotes around the Issue:

  • “You can trace every sickness, every disease, and every ailment to a mineral deficiency.” - Dr. Linus Pauling
  • “Without minerals, nothing else works. Amino acids and enzymes no longer work. Vitamins and other nutrients don’t get broken down and absorbed properly. This causes major deficiencies in both vitamins and minerals. The end result is a chain reaction of poor health where nothing works as it should… Supplementation, therefore, not only seems advisable, it is advisable!” - The Root of All Disease by E. G. Neinrich (“Mineral deficiency is the basic cause of all disease!”, 2014).

Grab your common sense essential oil for today’s episode and either place 5-10 drops in your diffuser, or 2 drops on the palm of your hand, rub your palms together, and breathe in deeply three to four deep breaths. Common sense is an oil that helps to open your mind up to hear new information and to be open to that information. If you do not have common sense essential oil, grab frankincense instead.

Products Featured on Today’s Broadcast

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Essential Oils

  • Common Sense
  • Frankincense


  • Mineral Essence
  • NingXia Red
  • Sulfurzyme
  • Inner Defense
  • Immupro


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Hoffer, A., & Saul, A. W. (2008). Orthomolecular medicine for everyone: Megavitamin therapeutics for families and physicians (1st ed.). Basic Health Publications.

Merriam-Webster. (n.d.). Orthomolecular. In dictionary. Retrieved December 26, 2020, from

Mineral deficiency is the basic cause of all disease! (2014, October 1). Retrieved December 26, 2020, from John Crittenden website: