Hibiscus Extract Inhibits Obesity and Offers Liver Protection


'In the US, the hibiscus plant is most widely known for its beautiful flowers, but this plant actually offers unique health benefits that have been valued around the world since ancient times.

I used to have many of them but replaced them with fruit trees and berries, which are far more easily edible. However, I still enjoy hibiscus tea and regularly consume it from the far more convenient extracts.

When the petals of the hibiscus flower fall off, deeply colored red calyces (cup-like structures) grow into pods that resemble flower buds. These red calyces are used to make hibiscus extract and a brightly colored (and delicious) red hibiscus tea (sometimes called "sour tea").'


Welcome to “telemedicine”: spying on you at home


'In 1988, when I writing my first book, AIDS INC., I pointed out that medical ops would become superb population control enterprises. They claim to be politically neutral and, of course, humane.

Since then, many chickens have come home to roost in line with my prediction.

We now have “telemedicine,” and the health insurer Humana is in the lead.

Here is a major development. FOX 13 Tampa Bay reports:
Ernestine Marshall can’t even go to the bathroom without someone knowing.”'


Radical Remission! Amazing Research on People Who Heal Cancer

'Hey everyone, here’s an awesome new interview with my friend Dr. Kelly Turner, author of Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds

Her new book documents 10 years of research on people who have healed cancer without conventional treatment and/or after treatment has failed.

Sound like anyone you know?

In our interview we talk about how she ended up on this crazy mission ;) and the groundbreaking information she learned, including some of the key factors that all cancer healers have in common.

I am so excited about this book and our interview. And I know you’re gonna love it.'

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Why Is Dark Chocolate Good for You? Thank Your Microbes


'Dark chocolate might pack a double positive punch for our health—thanks to the microbes that live in our gut. New research suggests that beneficial bacteria that reside toward the end of our digestive tract ferment both the antioxidants and the fiber in cocoa.

In their deep-gut alchemy these microbes create anti-inflammatory compounds that have been linked to the cardiovascular and other benefits from dark chocolate consumption. 

The findings were presented March 18 at the American Chemical Society meeting in Dallas. Other new research helps explain how some of cocoa's widespread health benefits—from improving vascular function to increasing insulin sensitivity—may be linked—and good for even the young and the healthy.'


How Your Body Generates Electricity And The Benefits Of Grounding

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'Your body is capable of generating electricity, and this ability is actually a key part of your achieving health. Electricity allows your nervous system to send signals to your brain. These signals are actually electrical charges that are delivered from cell to cell, allowing for nearly instantaneous communication.

The messages conducted via electrical signals in your body are responsible for controlling the rhythm of your heartbeat, the movement of blood around your body, and much more.

Your biological clock even uses electrical activity in order to help keep your circadian rhythms in order.1 You are, quite simply, an electrical being. If electrical activity stops in your body, you cannot survive. But how, exactly, does this electrical activity take place?'


Fluoride combined with even trace amounts of aluminum in water can cause major brain damage

‘Renowned medical doctor and neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock holds nothing back when it comes to telling it like it is, even when “it” goes against the prevailing schools of thought within his profession. And one of his latest Blaylock Wellness Reports is no exception, shining light on the very real dangers associated with fluoride exposure, especially when that fluoride interacts with other toxic chemicals commonly found in municipal water supplies.'


Want to Get Well Fast? Let Fever Kill Your Pathogens!

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'Have you been influenced by modern allopathic medicine’s obsession with lowering fever? Ever since the turn of the 20th century, using drugs to lower fever has been standard operating procedure for most allopathic medical practitioners. Take two aspirins and call me in the morning was a common medical humor quip throughout the 1950′s.

Aspirin type medications may be needed for pain reduction, but when it comes to influenza of any type, taking an over the counter drug to reduce fever is not the way to go. This is because fever is one of the body’s main defenses against invading viruses. Suppressing fevers can increase rapid viral replication.'


Chocolate Lovers Lower Their Diabetes Risk

Chocolate Lovers Lower Their Diabetes Risk

'Attention chocolate lovers. Here's another good reason to indulge your chocolate addiction every day WITHOUT the guilt. Researchers have found that long-term consumption of chocolate is associated with a reduced diabetes risk.

Using data from the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) Cohort study, researchers followed 7,802 participants for more than 13 years. ARIC is conducted and supported by the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. Participants aged 45–64 years are drawn from households in North Carolina, Minnesota, Maryland, and Mississippi.

Participants were examined every three years and completed food frequency questions on their chocolate consumption.'


Ginger, Could it be the Universal Medicine?

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'Ginger, zingiber officinale, is thought to be perhaps the most used plant in the history of mankind.  The Sanskrit name for ginger is “vishwa bhesaj,” which means universal medicine.  Best known for treating indigestion and nausea, ginger can also act as a decongestant, and can help with poor circulation, arthritis and other cold weather imbalances

The History of Ginger

For over 4000 years, ginger has been used throughout the world as a culinary spice, specifically in India, China, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam.  By the ninth century, ginger reached Rome and its use spread quickly to other areas in Europe.  It was popular in England as a spice used alongside salt and pepper.'


Royal Jelly: Anti-Diabetic Healing Gift from the Bee Hive

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'You have probably heard, if the bees die, they are taking us with them. So many of the crops we depend on for our subsistence, thanks to the busy work of these remarkable creatures -- specifically, their inadvertent pollination of angiosperms, the plants that most of modern human civilization depend on for their daily nourishment -- depend on bees for their prolific food productivity.

All the more reason to appreciate what they provide to us. Honey, propolis, beeswax, and even their venom, we now know provide life-saving health benefits. But have you heard about the amazing health benefits of royal jelly?'


Heal Your Intestinal Tract Naturally


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'We’ve been taught to believe that bacteria is a bad thing, and we usually don’t think about the trillions of bacteria that should be living in our intestinal tracts.  

Intentionally swallowing down some more seems counter-intuitive, but the truth is that taking probiotics is one of the best interventions we can take to stay healthy or regain lost health.  

This is because the friendly bacteria living in our intestinal tract are the  foundation of our immune system.  They hold the keys to our very existence.'

A healthy intestinal tract depends on beautiful symbiosis'


Cannabis Rising

Vaccine-Induced Tissue Scurvy Globally Misdiagnosed as Child Abuse

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'The father of the child in our published photo was jailed for life for child abuse. Many of you looking at the terrible injuries on this small child will immediately assume, as did the doctors who examined him, that he was viciously attacked and it was right to jail his father.

However, what if I told you that it was later proven that this child had in fact been suffering from Kawasaki disease, otherwise known as tissue scurvy, and that his father was innocent?

Well, that is exactly what happened. Due to the wonderful work of Dr. Michael Innis and a team of experts brought in by the family to help, he is well and happy and back home with his family after his father was released from jail as an innocent man.'


Guess What Kills One Person Every 19 Minutes?

ED Note: The stats in this article don't include OTC (over the counter) non-prescription drugs that also have their death tolls.

'When it comes “how you’re going to die,” many people fear things like airplane crashes or shark attacks, even though statistics show that deaths from these events are very rare. Conversely, far too many people mistakenly believe that certain common aspects of everyday life are extremely safe — when, in reality, this is often far from the truth.'


High-dose vitamin C injections shown to annihilate cancer

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'Groundbreaking new research on the cancer-fighting potential of vitamin C has made the pages of the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine. A team of researchers from the University of Kansas reportedly tested the effects of vitamin C given in high doses intravenously on a group of human subjects and found that it effectively eradicates cancer cells while leaving healthy cells intact.'


Big Pharma Blocking Feds From Legalizing Marijuana?

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'While most of America is still struggling to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes, a handful of large pharmaceutical companies are already generating a substantial amount of revenue from prescription drugs based on cannabis medicine.' 


Honey - The Perfect Antibiotic Capable of Solving The Problem of Antibiotic Resistance


'Honey, one of the most incredible non-perishable foods that can kill almost every type of bacteria. It could also be one sweet solution to the serious, ever-growing problem of bacterial resistance to antibiotics, researchers said.

Medical professionals sometimes use honey successfully as a topical dressing, but it could play a larger role in fighting infections, the researchers predicted. Their study was part of the 247th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS), the world’s largest scientific society.'


Is Junk Food Bad for Your Memory?

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'Sure, junk food is bad for you, but can it actually impair your thinking? The answer appears to be yes, according to the results of a recent study.

To make a long story short, Australian scientists gave animals junk food and found that it negatively impacted their memory.
This just adds more truth to the saying, “You are what you eat.” And in this case, your brain is definitely no exception.

Junk Food Increases Brain Inflammation and Oxidative Stress'


Chemo causes misery, kills patients, and creates more cancer, but is very profitable

 Photo: Chemo causes misery, kills patients, and creates more cancer, but is very profitable

'How often when someone "loses his or her heroic battle against cancer" does anyone mention that the chemo or radiation probably killed that person? The medical establishment usually chalks up those deaths to cancer.

But the media and medical mafia propaganda is so pervasive, even the deceased's close friends and relatives hurry to pink ribbon fund raisers or write a check to the nearest cancer institute.

While holistic cancer healer Dr. Nicolas Gonzalez, MD, was interning at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York during the 1970s, there was a hall adorned with several plaques honoring those who donated large financial sums. The donors were close relatives of those who had died while undergoing treatments. He and his fellow interns called it the hall of the "grateful dead."'

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'How often when someone "loses his or her heroic battle against cancer" does anyone mention that the chemo or radiation probably killed that person? The medical establishment usually chalks up those deaths to cancer.

But the media and medical mafia propaganda is so pervasive, even the deceased's close friends and relatives hurry to pink ribbon fund raisers or write a check to the nearest cancer institute.

While holistic cancer healer Dr. Nicolas Gonzalez, MD, was interning at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York during the 1970s, there was a hall adorned with several plaques honoring those who donated large financial sums. The donors were close relatives of those who had died while undergoing treatments. He and his fellow interns called it the hall of the "grateful dead."'


Study: Inhaled Cannabis Mitigates Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms


‘Inhaling whole-plant cannabis provides symptomatic relief in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD), according to observational trial data published in the March/April edition of the journal Clinical Neuropharmacology.'

Editor's Note: In the video above they can't say marijuana since it's illegal therefore they use code words

Parkinson’s is a progressive disorder of the central nervous system that results in tremor, slowed movement, and muscle rigidity.

Investigators at Tel Aviv University, Department of Neurology evaluated Parkinson’s disease symptoms in 22 patients at baseline and 30-minutes after inhaling cannabis.’

Butter Consumption Reaches a 40-Year High

'Long vilified butter is making a comeback. Butter consumption in the US has reached its 40-year peak, according to new data from the dairy industry. The butter boom, at least in part, has been attributed to a shift in consumer preferences away from processed foods and back toward natural foods.

It has also helped that USDA began the process of banning trans fats from the American food supply last fall.1

During the past decade, Americans have increased their butter intake by 25 percent—but it's really taken off over the past five years. Butter consumption has now reached 5.6 pounds per capita, compared to 4.1 pounds in 1997.2 While butter hit its 40-year high, margarine fell to its 70-year low.' 


People Can Draw Energy From Other People The Same Way Plants Do


'A biological research team at Bielefeld University has made a groundbreaking discovery showing that plants can draw an alternative source of energy from other plants. This finding could also have a major impact on the future of bioenergy eventually providing the evidence to show that people draw energy from others in much the same way.

Members of Professor Dr. Olaf Kruse’s biological research team have confirmed for the first time that a plant, the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, not only engages in photosynthesis, but also has an alternative source of energy: it can draw it from other plants. The research findings were released this week in the online journal Nature Communications published by the renowned journal Nature.'


My clean green beauty routine. By chemo-free survivor Cortney Campbell.

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'An important aspect of preventing and healing cancer is to reduce your body’s toxic load.

But many of us are unknowingly poisoning and polluting ourselves with what we put IN and ON our bodies. The less toxins your body absorbs, the less work it has to do to detoxify. Make sense?

An often overlooked source of chemical toxins are in the body care products we use daily: soap, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, make-up, lotion, toothpaste… believe me, it all adds up.

Today’s post is a guest blog from my friend and fellow natural survivor Cortney Cambell of Green Drink Diaries. I asked her to share her clean green beauty routine and favorite non-toxic personal care products, and she said yes, because she’s awesome.'


The Cannabis Suppository Experience

P.S. 'Cocoa butter works best as it doesn't melt as quickly as Coconut oil.'

'When I was first told about being able to take cannabis in suppository form I think I shook my head and asked why the hell would anybody want to medicate that way? Well, it turns out that all sorts of people use suppositories for good reason, because they work.

Cannabis suppositories bypass the liver and are absorbed into the bloodstream quickly by thousands of nerve endings in the colon and rectum walls. 

They don’t give you the same euphoria as is experienced when you inhale or eat your cannabis and they provide hours of relief for physical pain. This makes it an effective delivery method for people who may not be able to eat, inhale, or are suffering from cramping, inflammation, vomiting, body pain, or any number of ailments that happen below the belt.'


New zombie medical drug to hit the streets

‘It’s called Zohydro. Clinical Psychiatry News (3/13) has the story. West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin is protesting FDA approval of the drug. He’s written a stunning letter to US Health and Human Services head, Kathleen Sebelius.

“…Sen. Manchin noted that the FDA approved the drug ‘despite strong opposition from its own Anesthetic and Analgesic Drug Products Advisory Committee.’”

This is highly significant. The FDA turned its back on its own panel of new-drug reviewers. Senator Manchin continues:

“Simply put, the FDA’s approval of Zohydro ER, in its current form, must be stopped before this dangerous drug is sold to the public… [Zohydro] has up to 10 times as much hydrocodone as Vicodin and Lortab and will come in a formulation that can be easily crushed, snorted, and injected.”’


The Ugly Truth of Dementia: The Thought Causes Behind Mind Deterioration


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'Dementia, specifically in the form of Alzheimer's, is projected to be on a significant rise in the next 20 years. Still, we only have a very rudimentary understanding of the disease, how it spreads throughout the brain, and the possible causes and origins behind it. Recent research, however, suggests a strong connection between prolonged stressors in life and the onset of Alzheimer's. 

Previous evidence has firmly established that the same risk factors for heart disease -- high blood pressure, diabetes, excess weight, high cholesterol and lack of exercise -- may play a role in Alzheimer's.' 



The Surprising Reason Americans Might Be Obese, Anxious and Depressed

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'Do you remember the "hygiene hypothesis" of the late 1990s? It theorized that humans had so over-sanitized their environment with disinfectants and hand cleansers, our immune systems were no longer doing their jobs. So many consumer products like toothpaste, hand and dish soap, laundry detergents and even clothes now include antibiotics, said the theory, we seldom encounter the "bad" germs our immune systems are supposed to recognize and fight.'


GBS is Not Rare After Vaccinations: Here’s How Vaccine Pushers Conceal the Truth

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'We know that statistics may be twisted into the realm of absurdity, but most of us seem to accept them when considering the safety of medicines.

Here’s a typical example: We ask a doctor who recommends a vaccine about the risk of contracting Guillain-BarrĂ© syndrome (GBS), a serious autoimmune condition which may evolve into paralysis. The doctor may assure us that the risk is “probably only one additional case in each million persons vaccinated.”

Why should we accept this statistic without question?

Where do these safety statistics come from? They come from epidemiologists and statisticians whose interest is in the promotion of vaccines and who manipulate the statistics so that vaccines appear to be safer than they are in reality.'


DIY: How To Store & Make Your Own Herbal Remedies

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'Back in the olden days (and even in the not-so-olden past and present homesteading days), a stillroom was a necessity in every rural home. This was a designated space (think a modern-day pantry of sorts) which housed herbs, jars, recipe books, tinctures, teas, and preserving agents (like alcohol, honey, and vinegar). This room was where the woman of the house (yes, most often it was the woman) created cosmetics, home brews, preserves, and a year’s worth (at least) of herby medicinals. Can you imagine?'

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French Organic Winemaker Faces Prison for Defying Pesticide Order

'Giboulot claims the pesticide is ineffective and damaging to pollinating insects such as bees, and insists the disease can be fought via more natural means.

The 51-year-old is being prosecuted by a branch of the French agriculture ministry, under article 251-20 of the rural code, for “failing to apply an insecticide treatment to his vineyard” in July last year.

The winemaker faces a six-month prison sentence and a €30,000 (£25,000) fine for refusing to spray his vines.'