The founder of this company felt compelled to share with a sibling, who has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, affirmations and all the mind visualization videos she could find. However, you can only do so much and sometimes it's too much! Standing down now. So, her why:
Over these past 20 years she'd researched the alkaline theory for inhibiting cancer, she partakes in consuming raw vegetables DAILY along with a concentrated form (found on our resource page) She's a strong believer in the power of the mind and shares links for those interested in learning.
Armed with information to share and abounding energy, she now aims to invite those challenged by illness, disability, poverty, or whatever adversity is in their path, to seek new insights to what she feels is powerful enough to make a difference in how they perceive and or deal with their circumstances.
The Message in a Bottle, which is filled with affirmations, is a means to enforce the mindset of overcoming the obstacles we all face. The affirmations come in the form of stickers to adorn the outside of this stainless steel flask with purpose of creating a constant reminder. It is to remind us all that we can face these challenges with strength, courage and hope.
Visit the resource page regarding nutrition, links to alternative cancer treatments and learning about the importance of a positive mind.
Ph Q Cancer, I Got This! explained: The logo is Ph encapsulated in a Q which is intended to be esoteric in its message...Ph Q(sounded out) = F U Cancer! again, it's esoteric in its statement but we call it Message in a Bottle, the Message ON the bottle is our secret statement that it's community wants to chant.
This is what we intend to create, a community and everyone sporting one of our bottles, knowing that EACH bottle has given in so many ways. We partner with other non profits so they too get to use this message to sustain their efforts as well.
100% of by Karri's profits, on the first 5000 sold, will go towards alternative treatment options for the founders sibling. If her mission is successful, she vows to continue to encourage others and help fund alternative treatment options to those battling advanced stages of cancer and no where else to turn.