Stress—Yes, It Really Can Trigger a Heart Attack

'About one in every three deaths in the US is attributed to heart disease. The most common form of heart disease is coronary artery disease (CAD), which can lead to a heart attack. 

Interestingly, more heart attacks and other cardiovascular events occur on Mondays than any other day of the week.1 This “Monday cardiac phenomenon” has been recognized for some time, and has long been believed to be related to work stress. 

Many do not realize that the most common symptom of heart disease is sudden death from a heart attack. Oftentimes, there are no prior indications of a problem; signs like chest pain or shortness of breath, for example.

The good news is that heart disease, just like type 2 diabetes, is one of the easiest diseases to prevent and avoid, but you must be proactive! Below I’ll discuss several important prevention strategies. Checking your susceptibility is also a good idea.' 


Ayahuasca – State of the Vine: 2014

Photo Credit: Waking Times

'These Western neo-shamans in large part follow the traditional route: initiation via sickness and recovery, or an innate calling to the medicine. Unlike native curanderos that are groomed from early childhood and work for many decades to perfect their plant and healing knowledge, these new-wave medicine people are just starting out, but they are driven by the need of all of us. 

The planet is rebalancing herself, tackling the “monkeys out of control” as my friend Dennis McKenna has called it, as the mother brings her errant children back into the fold, back to the garden, the Great Green Web of nature and the intelligence that fuels it.

Underneath the boom in ayahuasca tourism in the West I believe we are re-engaging with the vegetal intelligence in nature and being given a second chance to remember our right relationship with the matrix of life itself. These are still early days, and for all the teething issues that hit the headlines, a great archaic revival is underway, an understanding of the true nature of our reality and what we are embedded in.'


New Research Proves It's Not The Alcohol That Provides Heart Health Benefits


'Scientists have known for a long time why higher consumption of wine has led to lower rates of heart disease and cancer. It has nothing do with the alcohol and everything to do with the grapes. However, that's not how the alcohol industry has portrayed the health benefits of wine. New research that reviewed evidence from more than 50 studies that linked drinking habits and cardiovascular health, calls into question previous studies suggesting one drink per day to be healthy for the heart.'


Another giant nail in the coffin of psychiatry

'As my readers know, I’ve assembled a wide-ranging case against psychiatry. 

It isn’t a science. It isn’t even close. It’s a hoax.

The bible of the profession, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM), lists some 300 separate and distinct mental disorders.

However, none of the 300 has a defining physical test for diagnosis. No blood test, no urine test, no hair test, no brain scan, no genetic assay.'


Camel's milk: The new dairy superfood MEDICINE!


'The camels are coming! Actually, they're already here. In fact, the current camel population in the U.S. is approximately 5,000 and predicted to increase. Why is that, you wonder? Scientists are touting camel's milk as an amazing superfood, so American entrepreneurs and farmers are gearing up to meet the anticipated demand.

Although still considered an exotic beverage by the majority of Americans, camel's milk has been a staple in most Arab countries for centuries. Be warned though, camel's milk has a distinct taste that's slightly saltier and more watery than other, more familiar milk varieties.

Not surprisingly, the Amish are ahead of the camel curve and have spearheaded several camel dairy farms. They are major proponents of the healthy healing powers of camel's milk, especially its ability to help improve symptoms in children afflicted with autism and attention deficit disorder.'


Ayurvedic Onion Poultice for Deep-Seated Coughs

Has Society Lost The Concept of True Immunity To Disease?


'Society is getting further and further away from the natural state of human immunity because it is getting further and further away from the truth. Yes people have died of disease since the beginning of man but only because man has never vested any interest in knowing about how the immune system works, man pursued medicine instead.

For those of you who never met an effective healer because you are too young or because you never really subscribed to natural healing, you missed out. Thirty years ago natural healers commonly cured diseases like allergies, asthma, migraine headaches and so many other diseases. About twenty years ago the industry of medicine and science took over the industry of natural healing and natural medicine and created today’s schools for training to be a natural practitioner and that was done to sabotage the human capacity to use the brain to create effective electrochemical signals that effectively engaged the immune system.'


Want to Prevent Cancer? Take a Walk in the Forest—Studies on “Forest Bathing”

Forest Walking
Studies have found that forest bathing can help boost the immune system and reduce risk of heart disease.
'You’re eating right, exercising, and managing stress. But you’re still worried. Maybe someone in your family had cancer, or you have other risk factors. Is there anything else you can do?
Recent scientific studies shows there is—get to a forest and take a walk. 

We’ve always known that spending time in nature is good for us, but now we have real evidence that spending time in the forest, specifically, can create measurable changes in our bodies and minds that have a significant effect on our health.' 


'Rosemary Is For Remembrance' ~ Science Confirms Wisdom of the Ancients

 rosemary herb

"Since ancient times, herbs have been appreciated for their profound therapeutic effects. Science as a form of evidence-gathering did not take the epistemological pole position until quite recently in cultural history, with the evidence of direct experience and the senses being the method and the means for ascertaining the medicinal value of plant medicines and foods for countless generations stretching back to the dawn of the human experience. 

Rosemary, a small perennial shrub in the mint family, is one such example, a plant woven deeply into ancient history and mythology, providing clues and hints to its particular value in cognition, memory and enhanced sensorial awareness, and ultimately its sacredness, which literally means "holy," a word that also shares etymological roots with "whole," "healthy" and "heal."'


Babies on psychiatric drugs: crime with no punishment

'Here is typical, circumspect, utter bullshit reporting from the mainstream: 

“For the most vulnerable foster children, those less than 1 year old, foster children were nearly twice as likely to be prescribed a psychiatric drug compared to non-foster children.” (ABC News, November 30, 2011)

“Experts are also beginning to question the accuracy of diagnoses such as bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses in children, especially in foster children who may not always have access to comprehensive mental health services.” (ABC News, November 30, 2011)

The truth is, one baby, one child on psychiatric drugs is a crime.
There are no defining diagnostic tests for any of the 300 so-called mental disorders. Psychiatry isn’t science. It’s fraud, from beginning to end.'


Forget Antihistamine Meds and Steroid Nasal Sprays - Make Your Own Natural Anti-Hayfever Juice


'There are very specific and dangerous side effects involved with using medications to control allergies and histamine responses. For millions of hayfever sufferers, there are low-cost and extremely effective natural juices that are healthy, tasty and capable of banishing those seasonal sniffles without the side effects of drugs.'


Delicious Watermelon Cake [Grain-Free]
Photo Credit:Food Renegade

'Have I got a recipe for you – this recipe is the epitome of perfection for summer – cool, sweet, refreshing, and easy! My recipe for Watermelon Cake is definitely a conversation starter, and it looks stunning. You only need a few simple ingredients – most of which you might already have on hand this time of year.

I love this recipe because it is insanely creative, the sky is the limit when decorating this bad boy. Add kiwi for a pop of green, strawberries around the edge, raspberries across the top…you get the idea! Plus, it’s not only gluten-free, but also a super hydrating way to enjoy your cake!'


Create Kitchen Garden Sprouts that Have 50 Times the Anti-cancer Capacity of Broccoli
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'Broccoli sprouts make regular broccoli’s health benefits seem miniscule. You won’t have to eat a bunch of broccoli often if you consume a handful of light broccoli sprouts a few times a week. They can be tossed onto salads or included in sandwiches.

Sprouting instructions are at the end of this article, which contains an interesting food fight story and nutritional information.

When Johns Hopkins Morphed into a Monsanto Like Group
Broccoli is established as an anti-cancer vegetable. But are broccoli sprouts an anti-cancer improvement over regular broccoli? Johns Hopkins researchers certainly thought so. From 1992 to 1997, their department research team searched for broccoli’s cancer fighting compound.'


Cancer is a temporary imbalance. Interview with cancer healing expert Bill Henderson

5 Health Benefits of Horseradish


'You may be familiar with horseradish as a spicy condiment that clears your sinuses, but there’s a lot more to this plant than its pungent aroma. Historically used as a remedy for respiratory and urinary problems, it’s been found in recent studies to help increase human resistance to cancer and to work as a natural antibiotic.'


7 Proven Ways to Keep Your Brain Young

'Alzheimer's disease affects about 5.3 million Americans. It's the leading cause of dementia and the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S.  And it's growing at an alarming rate.  Already 13% of people over 65 have been diagnosed with the disease.  An astounding 43% of those over the age of 85 are victims.
Alzheimer's has been called the defining disease of the boomer generation.  Its victims are expected to triple by the year 2050.
In addition, it's estimated that 10,000,000 others suffer with severe dementia and Parkinson's disease. 

But even if you escape these debilitating and life-threatening diseases, you may be among millions more who suffer from mild cognitive impairment (MCI or what is frequently called "age-related cognitive dysfunction") and normal "age–associated memory impairment." These conditions are what many of us have experienced as "senior moments."  The symptoms include memory loss, as well as a decline in the ability to think and reason.'


Big Pharma want to ‘Protect’ the Elderly from ‘Dangers’ of Coconut Oil and Natural Supplements

‘Dr. Taya Varteresian, a board certified psychiatrist working for the Veterans Administration, is the lead publisher in an article to appear in the journal Current Psychiatry Reports titled: “Natural products and supplements for geriatric depression and cognitive disorders: an evaluation of the research.”

According to the abstract, more and more elderly people are starting to use “Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for late-life mood and cognitive disorders.” This obviously concerns psychiatrists, since their main remedies for “cognitive disorders” are powerful anti-psychotic drugs.'


Dying for Dollars: The Corporatization of Hospice Care

‘From a mission of mercy, hospice has evolved into a $14 billion industry, increasingly run by corporate chains, and nobody gets more credit, or blame, than the Reverend Hugh Westbrook. He invented the very idea of the corporate hospice, when he and a couple of partners opened the first for-profit program, in Dallas, in 1984—right after the Medicare law he was instrumental in crafting began to pay for hospice services.'


Big Pharma is Lying to You: What if I Told You Carrots Cure Cancer?

'In 2005, Ralph Cole noticed that the chemo and radiation was not working on his cancer tumors. He got a tip on drinking carrot juice frequently instead of relying on chemo or radiation. He was never told how much, so he started with three pounds juiced daily.

That helped somewhat, but not enough. So he tried five pounds juiced daily and his cancer soon disappeared without further chemo or radiation. He emailed his story, which got posted on a site that was available to others.

One of those others was Ann Cameron, the author of 15 children’s books who cured her stage 4 cancer with carrot juice only. She states: ‘I believe from personal experience that carrots can cure cancer–and rapidly, without chemotherapy, radiation, or other dietary changes.'


Glutathione—Nature’s First Antioxidant & Master Detoxifier

  Raw goat whey is an excellent source of glutathione.
'Glutathione is one of nature’s most powerful antioxidants. It may also be the most useful nutritional supplement, except that it doesn’t absorb well when taken as a pill or in a capsule.

The good news is that your body produces its own glutathione. The bad news is that processed foods, pollution, prescription drugs, stress, trauma, aging, infections, and radiation all deplete glutathione levels. 

Low glutathione levels leave you susceptible to unrestrained cell damage from oxidation caused by free radicals, which is associated with chronic infections, cancer, and other chronic diseases. The good news is that we are learning more about glutathione all the time.' 


Garlic is Medicine
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 'A member of the allium family of vegetables, along with other superfoods like onions, scallions, chives, and leeks, garlic is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. As reported by the George Mateljan Foundation, garlic was believed to have sacred qualities and was placed in the tomb of Pharaohs. 

It was also given to slaves building the Egyptian pyramids as a tool for increasing strength and endurance, a use that was also valued by Greek and Roman civilizations, who served garlic to athletes and soldiers before sporting events or war, respectively.

Even gravediggers in 18th-century France consumed garlic-infused wine as a way to ward off the plague, and soldiers during World War I and World War II used garlic to prevent gangrene.Today, we have a wealth of modern research to back up the centuries’ old claims, as garlic truly is deserving of its reputation for potent healing powers.'