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Herbs for regenerating bodily tissues with nutrition

  Thursday, June 07, 2018 by: Michelle Simmons Tags: body tissues, clean foods, food, food as medicine, food cures, fruits and vegetables, functional food, healing foods, Herbs, ingredients, natural compounds, natural cures, nutrients, nutrition, organics, regeneration, remedies, superfoods, supplements           7,260Views   (Natural News) When you get sick, the regenerative processes of the body are overcome by degenerative ones. Regeneration is described as the regrowth of a damaged or missing part of the remaining tissue. Some body organs, such as the liver and skin, can regenerate. For example, when a part of the liver is lost as a result of disease or injury, the liver can grow back to its original size. Even so, it […]

THE SUPERBUGS ARE COMING!!!

We are supposed to get all spun up, turn over our entire life’s savings and acquiesce to any requests Big Pharma makes of us. A century of ubiquitous use of, inexpensive penicillin and derivatives therof has created . . . SUPERBUGS ! ! ! These terrifying monsters cannot be killed with the current known antibiotics … even if you add in All the king’s horses and all the king’s men. But wait! What if you step outside the DOMINANT petro-chemical, pill-popping, needle-injecting, pharmaceutical industry?   Oregano essential oil kills antibiotic resistant superbugs “without any side effects” urges scientist … Pharma-controlled media SILENT Thursday, February 23, 2017 by: Tracey Watson Tags: antibiotic resistance, carvacrol, healing, natural remedies, Oil of Oregano, superbugs […]

understanding the immune system

I grew up playing in the dirt, ditches, the woods and sundry awful, dirty, dangerous uncontrolled places. I raised three daughters the same way. Mud pies, heck yeah. Our marvelous immune systems thrive on such stuff. Big Pharma wants to kill it off – and far too often, is successful.   Children raised in rural environments and surrounded by animals develop stronger immune systems Thursday, June 07, 2018 by: Carol Anderson Tags: animals, bacteria, city life, exposure, goodhealth, hormones, immune response, immune system, mental health, microorganisms, mind body science, nature, outdoors, Pets, rural life, stress, urban life           3,260Views   (Natural News) It’s said that being in rural areas has enormous benefits to our physical health. […]

food and health

Welcome to “Clean out my saved stories week”. Too many “Wow, that is really interesting” links have waited too long to be shared. In every clip I share a bit of the article while the headline is a click-able link to the whole thing at its source. Follow those links, then come on back for more. Waking Times has a very good article about FLAVOR. It starts off asking and answering the question of “Why is there flavor?” It then moves into the Dorito story, which is more about the creation and subsequent explosion in use of ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS. Which, of course, gets to the heart of the problem with all that. “I got deep into the science of flavor […]

news nibbles

I am putting together a handful of news stories that do not warrant their own page here. First is an interesting story of major predators becoming prey. Making it into the financial top 1% is typically a measure of one’s ruthlessness more than any other single attribute. Genius is rarely involved. The Theranos scheme clearly demonstrates that. Attending an institution like Stanford University is not an option for the lower classes like middle and below. The Elizabeth Holmes story starts with her dropping out of her second year there. While the one-percenters might otherwise respect and embrace her crafty immorality, it probably doesn’t go well that she preyed on them rather than the lower 99%-ers. But gol-dang she put on […]

Only the cancer industry wants to make it hard to cure

For the wealthy, money trumps value. Query DUCKDUCKGO with “cancer is a billion dollar industry”. The top results are not pretty. But you would be a dang fool to trust Big Pharma with your cancer problem. Answers exist, just don’t go ask “your doctor”. The Cancer Industry is Too Prosperous to Allow a Cure The 20 Biggest Cancer Lies You’ve Been Brainwashed to Believe … Cancer Is A Multi-billion Dollar Business . Chemotherapy and radiotherapy cause side effects. They may even cause new cancers, … but a thriving industry … Cancer insider: “This is a 20 billion dollar per year … Yep. Thanks to henrymakow.com. Confessions of a Cancer Industry Insider August 14, 2011 Twenty Year Veteran: “This is a […]

Tips to help you destress and relax

Other than number 8, these tips are great. In case you have occasional stress that is hard to shed, the ideas in this article can help you.  I have used 9 out of 10 to good effect.  Not perfect, fershur. I am still a work in progress, but when we are having difficulty shutting down, this list is a good reference. It is important to prioritize some “down time” – tips for incorporating short respites into your day Thursday, May 17, 2018 by: Zoey Sky Tags: Anxiety, anxiety relief, breathing exercises, cannabis, destressing tips, down time, how to destress, marijuana, Meditation, mental health, mind body science, natural cures, relaxation, relaxing, remedies, stress, stress relief, time off   (Natural News) It’s […]

sugar stupid

We like sweet. Nature did this so we would be attracted to fruit and berries. They are good for us. Where we get into trouble are with modern refining of natural sugars and commonplace availability of fruits rather than seasonal, intermittent access. Since we abandoned our hunter-gatherer existence in exchange for our grocery store cornucopia we either learn about healthy nutrition or suffer negative consequences. I am comfortable with natural sugars like real maple syrup and evaporated cane juice, but I also have developed a mental dis-attraction to sugary foods. Easy-sneezy with that awful chemically-refined sugar beet junk or any of the chemists’ sugar substitutes. But even good sugars are too readily available for our own good. While there […]