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A package of 4 Chocolate Miracle Tarts! Our Miracle Tarts are our best selling item but require refrigeration at all times! We must ship them OVERNIGHT in a cooler with dry ice to keep them in tact so a higher shipping cost applies. (The Coconut Oil in them will "melt" over 76 degrees- NOTE: If tarts arrive melty please let us know, but they are safe to eat and will taste the same!)
Coconut oil is what makes Merry’s Miracle tart taste so rich. Nature made coconut oil with medium chain fatty acids that quickly burn as energy and contain ZERO cholesterol. Cocoa provides the perfect mood lift. Enjoy Hail Merry® snacks and know that you are Feeding Your Body Royally.
We celebrate our ingredients: dark cocoa, organic cold pressed coconut oil, organic maple syrup, almond flour, sea salt, organic peppermint extract.
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[Amok + Serotonin Collection]
[Aestheticism in suicidal intentions]
[Hygiene of self-elimination]
by Yale University
by Professor Shelly Kagan
[His lectures are very interesting, all of them, because of originality with a pinch of weirdness in featuring them. Take video version, audio is excellent for the walking or peripatetic meditative listening.]
There is one thing I can be sure of: I am going to die. But what am I to make of that fact? This course will examine a number of issues that arise once we begin to reflect on our mortality. The possibility that death may not actually be the end is considered. Are we, in some sense, immortal? Would immortality be desirable? Also a clearer notion of what it is to die is examined. What does it mean to say that a person has died? What kind of fact is that? And, finally, different attitudes to death are evaluated. Is death an evil? How? Why? Is suicide morally permissible? Is it rational? How should the knowledge that I am going to die affect the way I live my life?
By Dr. Mercola:
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Common signs and symptoms that may be indicative of a detrimental interaction between two or more drugs include:
Tiredness, sleepiness or decreased alertness
Confusion (chronic or intermittent)
Anxiety or excitability
Constipation, diarrhea or incontinence
Dizziness and/or falls
Loss of appetite
Depression or lack of interest in your usual activities
Hallucinations – seeing or hearing things
Decreased or altered sexual behavior
Antidepressants May Be Fueling the Problem
Sadly, the knee-jerk conventional treatment for depression and suicidal tendencies is almost exclusively prescription antidepressants. Every year, more than 253 million prescriptions for antidepressants are filled in the United States, making them the second most prescribed drug class in the United States (second only to cholesterol-lowering drugs).5 But how effective are antidepressants in alleviating the symptoms of depression?
Red Flags: Is Someone You Know Teetering on the Edge?
If someone close to you has recently endured a hardship, or you have noticed a change in their behavior, how can you tell when ordinary stress or sadness has progressed to a potentially suicidal level? Besides straightforward or "sideways" comments about not wanting to live any longer, some of the red flags that a person has a high risk for self-harm include:
Acquiring a weapon
No plan for the future
Putting affairs in order
Making or changing a will
Giving away personal belongings
Checking on insurance policies
Withdrawing from people
If you think someone is suicidal, do not leave him or her alone. Most suicide attempts are expressions of extreme distress, not harmless bids for attention. A person who appears suicidal needs immediate professional help. Help the person to seek immediate assistance from their doctor or the nearest hospital emergency room, or call 911. Eliminate access to firearms or other potential suicide aids, including unsupervised access to medications.