One of the things that routinely come up when you are thinking about stocking your pantry are items that you can’t eat, but might need.
If you’ve seen the documentary Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives, you may recall the farmers commenting on the intelligence of squirrels, who, when offered a choice, would always munch on the non-GMO corn cobs instead of the genetically engineered corn cobs.
U.K cancer doctor risks arrest for promoting natural cancer treatments.
Cancer patient cures his disease by growing the cure in his own back yard.
If using highly dangerous cancer-causing radiation to diagnose and treat cancer is the best modern medicine can come up with then we should feel sorry for humans as well as the practice of modern medicine.
Stress can maim, even kill. People who work under tremendous pressure get sick more often. They’re human time bombs waiting to explode.
When cannabinoids activate signaling pathways in cancer cells they can stimulate a cell death mechanism called apoptosis, unleashing a potent anti-tumor effect.
War Crimes Tribunal at Nuremberg. Adolf Hitler’s personal physician, 43-year old Karl Brandt. Brandt was also Reich Commissar for Health and Sanitation, and was indicted by the U.S. prosecution with 22 other Nazi doctors. Brandt was found guilty of participating in and consenting to using concentration camp inmates as guinea pigs in horrible medical experiments, supposedly for the benefit of the armed forces. He was sentenced to death by hanging. Image Source.
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Have you heard about halotherapy? “Halo” literally mean “salt” in Greek. For centuries, monks there and elsewhere in Europe used naturally-occurring “salt caverns” in their local regions for healing respiratory conditions and skin ailments as well as for energizing the mind.
Now modern practitioners are getting into the act, offering “saltroom therapies” for modern conditions like COPD, asthma and air pollution. Can natural salt really help you heal from chronic illnesses, including cancer? Centuries of practical use as well as modern research say yes – and here’s why.
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