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getting shot on purpose?

Well known in honorable parts of the human biological science community is the amazing power and resilience of our immune system. Every little cold, flu, infection or other assault on our health triggers natural counter-measures. Each successful recovery trains our immune system to better and more quickly beat the next onslaught – even when the disease is of another type. Impressively, Mom’s immunities may be passed on to children in her breast milk. Even more dazzling are recent discoveries that some of Grandma’s immunities may be in there as well. Disappointingly many people in lab coats with diplomas on their walls either ignore or remain ignorant of that. Worse, they produce drugs that cripple the natural human heuristic disease resistance. […]

oil away your toothpaste

Twenty or thirty years ago I changed from mass market toothpaste to Tom’s of Maine. Half a score later, Tom’s sold out to a much bigger fish who wanted to use the name, but not the integrity or wholesomeness it represented. Happily, about that time I discovered the benefits of coconut oil and a recipe of that combined with good old fashioned baking soda. I have been stirring that up for tooth brushing and dribbling in a little On Guard essential oil blend into my mix. If a gum or tooth infection flares up I follow that brushing with silver gel. I have dodged more than one root canal by killing the infection rather than having the thousand-dollar dentist carve […]

Regular Sex Makes Older People Smarter

Among my subscribed e-mail newsletters was the above headline. I found it irresistible – so did you. Improving cognition is what got our attention, right??? I am going to share a bit of the article, but you will have to go to Brain Health Breakthroughs for the whole thing. As I was reading, I constantly questioned their perspective that increased sexual activity was the cause of improved brain function rather than the possibility their theory reversed cause and effect. At the end, my newsletter author brought that same point up. Regular Sex Makes Older People Smarter … Considering it’s a universal human activity, it’s surprising how little research has been conducted on the relationship between sex and the brain. To […]

benefits of using Himalayan salt

(Natural News) Salt therapy has been around for decades, where people flock to salt caves and salt mines to inhale the purified air and heal their many ailments. However, not all people have the time to travel to these caves to enjoy the benefits of pure mineral salts. Luckily there are other locations where unrefined mineral salts can be mined. One of these is the Himalayas, the peaks of which used to be submerged in seawater that evaporated over millennia and all of its minerals crystallized under the sun to form Himalayan salt. Himalayan salt is totally different from the bleached and processed table salt that most people use daily; it contains 84 trace minerals, which makes it exponentially healthier […]

to your health

Here is another collection of links. I had been saving each and every one for further review and sharing by themselves. This morning two thirds of my chicken flock went to a new home. There were too many for our existing facility. That is similar to my saved-up links: too many to get the individual attention they deserve. In no particular order, linked headlines with small exerpts: Niko niko pace – the gentle path to success Niko niko running is a Japanese concept pioneered by researcher dr Hiroaki Tanaka in his book ‘Slow jogging’ from 2016 (not a title destined to sell many copies in Europe or America but I decided to buy it anyway). Hiroaki Tanaka formalised his system […]

You went to the doctor, didn’t you?

I broke a rib a week ago. This morning I answered my son’s question something like this: In the 50s doctors would diagnose a broken rib, then wrap the chest supposedly to stabilize the break for healing. The broken rib(s) would then heal in an unnaturally compressed position out of alignment with the other ribs. Today they do not do anything … well, they send you for a photograph of the break, then advise you, “If it hurts, don’t do it”, while prescribing pain killing drugs so you can abuse your broken bone and delay the healing. Two hundred dollars worth of help I do not need. Which reminds me of people going to THE DOCTOR for flu, cold, sniffles […]

news soup

I am cleaning up my collection of links to articles that merited further reading, research and/or sharing. My link list, and my ToDo list were both getting too long. Thus you get to see what has been in my peripheral vision for days, or weeks … all in the raw … and in no particular order. Aha. I am sharing my disorder that I may have more clarity. Why I Quit TeachingBy David Solway … For one thing, administration had come to deal less with academic issues and more with rules of conduct and punitive codes of behavior, as if it were a policing body rather than an arm of the teaching profession… … For another, colleagues were increasingly buying […]

water, water, drink, drink

Many years ago, “Doctors recommend 8 glasses of water a day”. Today they prescribe 8 pharmaceutical drugs a day. If you think that is an improvement, you are visiting the wrong website. The human body is an impressive machine. It tolerates, compensates for, recovers from incredible abuse. But you really ought to work with it a little; meet it half-way. The cool weather set in, but I was working in a frenzy to get important stuff done “before winter”. I made it, by the way. The important stuff did get done. However, my hands, wrists, knees and back have been complaining for two months solid. “It sucks getting old” was the standard answer. I was trying a lot of […]