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  Eskimos have many different rituals in their lives to keep them strong and healthy. They also go by
the name Inuit and have to endure long and harsh winters. The sea is important to provide most of
their food. They believe that Sedna the Mother God controls the seas and storms and tells the people
to move to new locations for better hunting and fishing. The movement of the stars tell them when it
is time for better fishing and the hunt. It tells them when the caribous start to migrate. This type
of fresh fish and meat keep them healthy.

  They hunt the summer whale and walrus.
The sea is the greatest source of food for the Eskimo and they must appease the spirits of the animals
killed to keep from having a bad future hunt. They will not eat fish and meat on the same day. Because
of the harsh and dark winter most of their festivals are held in December and January. Drum festival
are considered a very powerful form of magic. They dance to the beat of the drum which brings them
health and good hunting.

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reviewed, published clinical trials and studies and more than 100 scientific papers. Purity separates
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