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Wiener Friendly Soap – Because it Feels Good
December 7, 2016, 1:26 am
Filed under: Cleansing, health, Laughing, Love, Wiener Friendly Soap

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Wiener Friendly Soap. Someone else built the website. I used to call him my hero. The way I see it, once my hero, always my hero, but he’s a ghost now. Hopefully soon, I’ll figure out what I need to do to change the website. Originally, he developed the recipe and made the soap to help me with finances because of his love for me. Before he vanished, he gave me the recipe he used. I bought new molds and made another RC Willie stamp. I make the soap now while playing 528Hz music. It’s the “love” frequency. I’ve been told it affects everything around it. I know I feel happier when I’m listening to it compared to music that’s not 528Hz. Either way, I’m happy when I make the soap and I feel like it makes the soap happier too!  Wiener Friendly Soap has always been made with LOVE! Just look at it! RC Willie has always been loved and happy, but now he feels happy too!   Wiener Friendly Soap is still made using all natural, organic oils. It’s luxurious lather is great for cleaning all body parts, not just wieners.

Like most things in my life, I LOVE Wiener Friendly Soap because it feels good. I love the way the bubbles glide over my skin. I love how smooth my legs are after shaving with its luxurious lather.  I love how soft my skin and hair feel after my shower. I love how my hands still feel moisturized no matter how many times I wash them throughout the day.

Whether you’re using your hands to gently wash your body with Wiener Friendly Soap’s emollient rich suds, or vigorously scrubbing with an exfoliating bubbly wash cloth, you’ll love the way your skin feels both in the shower and after. Showering with a friend?  Be assured that even if they don’t know the dynamics of where soap shouldn’t go, if they slip up or wash the wrong direction, Wiener Friendly Soap, really is wiener friendly! Penis friendly, vagina friendly, whatever “they” call theirs, it’s friendly to that too! Wiener Friendly Soap is also friendly to faces, butt cracks, armpits and between your toes.

RC Willie wants you to feel good! No judgements. One rule. You can wash any body part as fast or slow as you like.

Wiener Friendly Soap – Because it Feels Good!

Love, gratitude and blessings

~Susan



Breast Implants – Possibly the Missing Link

When I got my breast implants almost 22 years ago, it was more to please a man than for myself. The plastic surgeon I went to, wouldn’t do the surgery unless my husband came to an appointment, so he knew we were both onboard. At that appointment, my doctor and my husband decided I should have 55occ implants. After all, why go from an A to a B cup when I can go directly from an A to a DD cup. Wanting to win back my husbands’ attention, which I lost to satellite tv and the Playboy channel, I agreed.  He told us that the implants could change my personality and that many couples have trouble from the changes. My husband assured him that he could handle me. I was a very different woman than I am today!  As soon as I was cleared to go back to the gym, the increase in attention from both men and women was like opening up the floodgates! Even though I wore baggy t-shirts most of the time, something was already different. I had no idea what a difference they would make. Acquaintances were suddenly my friends. Men I didn’t know, talked to me. Women I didn’t know, talked to me. It didn’t take long until the added attention boosted my confidence level. Or maybe my internal confidence gained the attention. Either way, I felt better than I ever had about myself. I was preparing to compete in a bodybuilding competition the following August, and at that time, my trainer convinced me that “bulking up” by gaining a lot of weight would help me put on the most amount of muscle.  The added weight, slightly disguised my new additions. At the beginning of April 1995, I started dieting to drop body fat for the competition. As the fat melted away (2 hours of cardio – 6 days a week – not how I would do it today!) my breasts appeared to be getting bigger. By the time I competed, I looked like a pencil with boobs, giant boobs!

Fast forward to last week.

A friend I haven’t talked to in a few years, called me. She has been following this blog and my Facebook page. She has known me since the beginning of my “terminal” diagnosis. She’s watched me bring food to events and not eat what everyone else was eating because of my dedication to getting well. She knows how much time and effort I’ve put into keeping myself alive. Many people, included myself, have wondered over the years how I can be so strict with myself and still have cancer. I’ve had countless people tell me how to eliminate the cancer and think I’m ignoring them. With everything I do, why do I still have cancer? My clients will tell you, when they aren’t getting the results I expect for the actions they say they’re taking, I tell them they’re lying. So far, I’ve been lucky and I’ve always been right. I have no tolerance for cheating on diet or actions, because I don’t do it. I believe that if I’m going to say “I did the best I could”, then I’d better do it!

Back to the phone call…She called to tell me about how sick she had been. She did’t have cancer, but a host of other problems. Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, leaky gut syndrome, joint pain, brain fog… The list went on. There were times she couldn’t get out of bed. I wondered where she was going with her story. Several minutes into it, she said she found out her breast implants were causing the problems. Immediately, tears streamed down my face and chills flushed my entire body. Both responses my body has when I’m hearing a truth. I knew my implants were causing my problems. She explained a lot of reasons why they could be creating the perfect environment for my body to keep growing tumors.

I went to my naturopath and my chiropractor. They both agreed that I need to have explant surgery as soon as possible. So many frames have flashed through my head.

~When my friend Elizabeth, who had inflammatory breast cancer, said her doctor thought her breast implants were causing the cancer. He wanted her to have them removed, but wouldn’t do the surgery until the swelling decreased and her skin was healed. She died before that happened. A year before I met her, I had what appeared to be inflammatory breast cancer. My left breast was almost twice the size of the right one and was missing about 2/3 of its skin.

~The car accident in 1994, where my left breast was bruised from the seatbelt. My plastic surgeon said unless I saw noticeable differences in its size that I should be ok.  Now I read the website

http://healingbreastimplantillness.com

and find out that accident could have damaged the fill port on the implant, causing mold to grow in and around it. Once the mold takes hold in the implant, it then travels throughout the body. They say problems usually start 6-9 years after getting breast implants. My left breast always hurt from the beginning. When my son was born in 1996, nursing from the left side was almost unbearable. My first melanoma diagnosis was in 2000.

The website talks about silicone decomposing and particles going to the liver. In 2004, I found out the cancer had spread to my liver and lymphatic system.  Are they related?  What I know is that many things I’ve read say cancer starts with a fungus overload in the body. My liver and lymphatic system have been sad since 2004. With all the things I do, tumors still show up on a regular basis. This part of the website, tells about ways to detox after the surgery.

At least http://healingbreastimplantillness.com/detoxification/

I already do most everything on the list and more! All weekend, I’ve been wondering how long ago I might have left the planet if I hadn’t learned and implemented the detoxing I have. If my breast implants are the missing link, how could I possibly get well when the cause of the problem is continually releasing more toxins into my body?

I love myself more than I ever have! My confidence and belief in myself are both higher than they’ve ever been! As I was staring at the wall last night, Cameron came in, knowing I was grieving the impending loss of my ‘girls’  – who had helped my growth in many ways – and said “Mom, don’t think of it as losing your boobs, you’re only losing your implants and they were never YOU, anyway!”

I have decided I am ready and willing to have explant surgery, then go back to Mexico for 2 weeks of detox treatments. I have NO idea how it’$ going to happen, but I know it need$ to happen as $oon as po$$ible. I believe it’s the cause I’ve been missing. I’ll call for consultation appointments in the morning.

I’ll need a new Wonder Woman outfit, but I am still Wonder Woman! I am SO ready to leave the cancer story behind and create my beautiful life!

Love, gratitude and blessings

~SusanWonder Woman 2012 Lighthouse Festival



Another Black Salve adventure

Knowing I’m doing several hours of “healing” tomorrow, I decided to help “the mother ship” move out. The other things I’m doing have helped it shrink and harden. I can only assume that’s a good thing. I bloodroot black salved it last night. It’s angry now! It’s emitting a lot of heat. I’ve been nauseous, with a fever and sweating all day. My last hot/cold shower made the sweating worse. My eyes keep sweating too. Oh wait, that’s called crying. I’m hoping the crying is an indication I’m feeling the loss of the cancer I’ve grown so accustomed to living with for so long. I don’t have any conscious reason to be crying and don’t have anything come up to emotionally let go of when it happens either. I’ve allowed the tears to flow.

I managed to get the bandage on by myself. Neither of the dogs thought they could do it and I didn’t think it was appropriate to ask a next door neighbor. I’ve had so many over the years, I’ve gotten used to it. I know everyone is different. I’ve been called weird, eccentric, crazy and a plethora of other “names”. I know people who would never go the lengths I do, JUST to stay alive. Some of them are still alive. Some aren’t. I KNOW I will be 100% healthy someday, maybe tomorrow.  Now that I’ve black salved the mother ship, it won’t be tomorrow, but maybe soon. What can you to help yourself?

This is what I call “The Mother Ship”. It’s one of the biggest undiagnosed cancers I’ve had. I haven’t allowed biopsies since 2002, two years before my recurrent metastatic melanoma diagnosis.  There’s no way to KNOW for sure what it is, but bloodroot only reacts with malignancies and viruses. I’ve had viral cultures that have all come back negative. Melanoma or something else, I’m letting go.

 

Love, gratitude and blessings,

~Susan



Colonoscopy in the sewer- not in me!

Today on our walk, we saw a truck with a flashing light stopped in the middle of the street.  The doors were open in the back. There was a cable coming out of the truck that went into the manhole. We could see the monitor inside the truck.  It looked like a colonoscopy was being performed. We walked into the street to ask the man inside what they were doing. He said the camera was traveling the sewer, looking for cracks and blockages. It wasn’t the storm drain, but the actual sewer.  In the past, workers had to do the job of the camera.  Today, there were two men watching the monitor and one running the camera with what looked like an X-BOX controller. We didn’t get to see any cracks or blockages, but more importantly, didn’t get to see what they would have done if they found problems. At the bottom of the hill, there’s a metal box about the size of a box van. He explained to us that it’s a lift system. The sewers in our neighborhood drain to it, then pumps send it over a mile up another hill until it’s high enough for gravity to allow it to drain to the water treatment plant. image

It was interesting.  It made me think about having a colonoscopy.  My oncologist at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance suggested I have one because of my cancer history.  I had read so many things about disasters with colonoscopies, I was cautious. I told him I would only do it if I could be awake. He said that wasn’t possible, that they always sedate people for the procedure. The nurse came in later trying to tell me I had to have a colonoscopy. I informed her that I didn’t HAVE to do anything and left! About a year later, when I had what felt like a quart of blood dump into the toilet, I decided I still didn’t want to know the details of what might be going on. Instead I got myself on a 10 day juice fasting, bentonite clay, apple pectin colon cleanse.   After a couple days, the bleeding stopped. A few months later, I led 5 of my neighbors through a 5 day fasting colon cleanse. Everyone was happy with how they felt during and after the cleanse. One of my participants called me in a panic and asked me to come over. He was freaked out that his colon had fallen into the toilet, but he felt great! I went over there.  It wasn’t his colon, just a 3 foot poop, with all the bumps and turns of his colon. Everyone who joined me has moved, so no, don’t try to guess who it is 🙂

The camera in the sewer was quite small, with a lot of room to move around. I’ve heard the camera they use for a colonoscopy is also quite small, but our colons aren’t as big as a sewer that a man can fit in!

In 2006, I met Richard. He and I were patients at the Hospital Santa Monica in Rosarito, Mexico. He had gone into a hospital in California for a routine colonoscopy and came out without a colon and an ostomy bag. His signature authorized his doctor to do what he felt was in Richard’s best interest. NO THANK YOU!

A few years ago, I had an acquaintance who had a routine colonoscopy the Monday before Thanksgiving. The doctor ended up cutting through the colon wall when he removed a polyp. He was unaware it happened. Within 2 days, she was very sick and was rushed to the emergency room.  They attempted to do an emergency surgery, but she died.   I had decided when I had my own issue and then again when I met Richard, that I wasn’t interested in ever having a colonoscopy. Her experience confirmed it!

I continue to eat clean and still do coffee enemas. No colonoscopy for me, thank you! Inform yourself before signing on the dotted line.  Don’t follow my lead, unless you want “Patient refuses…” in your chart. Several of those and they stop helping you.

Love, gratitude and blessings

~Susan

 



Enhanced Coffee Enema

Several people asked me this week about how I’m doing my enemas now, so instead of texting them all, posting it here made more sense. Without all the details as to why, the ingredients are what they were looking for.

**** Mineral Enema ****
My doctor in Mexico started me on sodium bicarbonate ivs when I got there. I really wanted a different iv, so I asked if I could put baking soda in an enema and do the other iv instead. He agreed. Drinking baking soda will help to alkalize the body, but it also neutralizes stomach acid and inhibits digestion.  Using it rectally also alkalizes the body, but doesn’t interfere with digestion.

1 t Concentrace liquid trace mineral supplement, 2 t sea salt, 1T baking soda,  in 16 oz purified water.

I am usually able to hold it for 30 minutes. Apparently, my body knows it needs it.

I also use this enema when I return from an intense hike or workout, but add 2oz – 4oz ASEA to it.  My recovery time has drastically reduced since I started doing it.

**** Enhanced Coffee Enema **** Organic Enema Coffee

I usually do 2 every day, but sometimes just the mineral enema, followed by one enhanced coffee enema. Recipe will be for one.

3T organic coffee – boiled for 5 minutes, then simmered for 15 minutes in 32 oz water.  Some of the water will boil off, but that’s okay.  We need the space in the jar for the other ingredients. While the coffee is cooling, I add the other ingredients to a quart size mason jar.

1T Hemp seed oil, 1T Flax seed oil, 1T mct oil, 1T sunflower lecithin, 1/2 t powdered vitamin c, 1 capsule “super enzymes”, 1 capsule B100 complex, 1/2 of a 40,000 heat unit cayenne capsule, 1/2 t Concentrace liquid trace mineral supplement.  I strain the coffee through a metal coffee filter and pour into the jar with the rest of the ingredients.  I shake it around as I’m pouring the entire mixture into the Blendtec or Vitamix to get all of the oil and powders off the side of the jar. Blend on medium or higher for about 15 seconds to emulsify the oils with the sunflower lecithin.
My body is deficient in iodine, so I also add 2 drops Atomidine.  Don’t do this if your iodine levels are good.  It can increase your heart rate.  That’s no fun unless you’re wrestling naked with your best friend!

**** Wheat Grass Enema ****

This is mainly for detox, but is loaded with chlorophyll and contains over 90 minerals, including high concentrations of potassium, calcium, magnesium and sodium.  It is densely packed with nutrients and contains 19 amino acids.  Wheat grass juice helps the body to build red blood cells, which carry oxygen to every cell.

I use 2-4 ounces of freshly pressed wheat grass juice in water to 16 ounces.  I’ve been told to do it straight, but it seems like half of it stays in the enema tube, so I add water.

Today’s focus was getting nutrition in the body as much as detoxing.

Let me know if you have questions!

Love, gratitude and blessings

~Susan

Wiener Friendly Soap



Please SHARE – Wiener Friendly Soap

Wiener Friendly Soap

What kind of soap?  Yes, I said Wiener Friendly Soap!  For those of you who know me, either in person or from reading my writing, I can be serious, but I’m rarely serious without my sense of humor.  Throughout my last 15 years, something I’ve learned is that cancer sucks, but humor makes it easier to deal with.   My original diagnosis in 03/2000 was melanoma.  Eleven years ago when it spread to my liver and lymphatic system, there were no medical treatments that showed they could keep me alive more than a few months.  I opted out.  I set out to find whatever I could, to get myself well.  My belief back then, as it is now, is that cancer is due to an abundance of toxins (including emotional shit, but that’s another story!) and a deficiency of nutrients.  There are probably a lot more scientific details, but those are the ones I felt I could control. I’ve researched and implemented so many alternative treatments and diets.  Eliminating toxins was at the top of the list.  After many full body cleanses, literally thousands of hours in a far infrared sauna, too many coffee enemas to count, we got rid of most household cleaners and personal care products.  My hero, Bert, decided to start making soap.  Originally, it was just for us.  We shared it with some of our friends and family members and everyone loved it! It’s organic, unscented soap made from olive, palm, coconut and castor oils.  During the saponification process, natural glycerin is formed.  Most commercial soaps remove the glycerin.  We leave it in for its luxurious, moisturizing qualities.

Our creamy, lathering soap is great for ALL body parts!  We even wash our hair with it!

Wiener Friendly Soap

Wiener Friendly Soap

Oh, you’re wondering where the name came from.  Several places.  Many years ago…I promised I’d say it wasn’t recent…my son was in the shower.  I was downstairs when I heard screaming and what sounded like stomping in the shower.  I ran upstairs asking if he was okay.  He was yelling “DON’T COME IN”!!!  I stood outside the door and continued to ask him if he was okay and what was wrong.  The few seconds it took for him to answer seemed like forever…my head going crazy, with visions of all the worst case scenarios playing like movie clips.  He finally yelled, “I was, I was…I got soap in it!” Now I knew why he didn’t want me to come in!  Yes, that visual went thru my head too!  Over his continued “owie, owie, owie”, I told him to pee.  He tried to explain to me why he couldn’t.  It was all I could do to not let him hear me laughing.  I know, it’s not funny.

Wiener Friendly Soap isn’t just for wieners!

It’s for FEMALE wieners too!  Yes, that’s what I said.  I grew up in a southern Baptist family.  I’m not sure if that’s the reason, but using the word vagina or any slang derivative, would have gotten me slapped or hit with a belt and then sent to my room.  I had two brothers.  The word penis was also off limits.  It was totally okay to say wiener, pee pee or pecker.  If I had any kind of crotch issue, it was best not to talk about it at all, but if my dad overheard me talking to my mom, pee pee or wiener wouldn’t get me thrown into isolation with a hand print on my exposed skin. We found out when I was really young that I had reactions to bubble bath and many soaps.  Sometimes I would pretend it wasn’t a big deal, just so I could play in the bubbles in the bathtub.  It was always a big deal.  Burning, stinging and raw skin followed for several days.  We lived in Florida, so going to the beach with sand and salt water on those days was quite miserable!  I left the bubbles out of the tub when I knew we were going to the beach.  As I got older, I learned about yeast infections.  For those of you who don’t know, burning, raw skin can be a part of that too.  When it’s bad, water can burn. Most soaps on raw skin burn even more.

Fast forward a few more years…My FAVORITE!  Have you ever been rubbed raw from lots and lots of sex?  So much sex, you literally walk funny!  I fully recommend it!  But…another need for wiener friendly soap.  Vagina friendly just isn’t as funny.  If you have ideas for a gender neutral name that’s as catchy as Wiener Friendly Soap, let me know.

When I was just out of high school, my mom gave me a ceramic sculpture that has a boy and a girl in the tub and says “Save water, shower with a friend”.  Talking about the above stories with Bert in the shower – and a few details I’ll leave to your imagination, we “came” – “up” with the name

Wiener Friendly Soap

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As you know, I still have cancer.  I’m doing everything I know to get myself healthy.  As it is, I’m healthier than most people I know, but I’m ready to be done with it!  There are many studies out there showing that cancer grows best with stress.  I have eliminated most stress from my life, but the financial stress is messing me up!  I still do 3 hours of daily treatments, help other cancer patients and their families without compensation and work as many hours at my retail job as I can.  It’s not paying the bills or giving me the ability to get the supplements I need.

That’s where you come in!

I’m not asking for donations.  I’m asking for you to treat yourself to the best organic soap you’ll rub on your skin and to share it with others!  I apologize in advance, but it’s currently only available in the United States.  Thank you for your support!

Order now

Love, gratitude and blessings

~Susan

 

 

 

 

 



Wiener Friendly Soap
February 24, 2014, 5:02 am
Filed under: Cleansing, health, Soap, Wiener Friendly Soap
Freshly cut and stamped Wiener Friendly Soap

Freshly cut and stamped Wiener Friendly Soap

Yay!! I should have been in bed hours ago, but when something’s progressing, sometimes it’s better to keep going until it’s done. With all the alternative treatments, nutrition and other things I do to improve my health, I couldn’t forget the soap!

Before I fall asleep on my keyboard, I just wanted to share the link to our AWESOME new Wiener Friendly Soap. What? you ask… I’ll give you more details later. Either way, go to the site and let me know what you think. Better yet, place an order. I’d love to make a trip to the post office as soon as I get up!

http://www.wienerfriendlysoap.com

Love, gratitude and blessings
~Susan