by Sara Tipton, Ready Nutrition:
Most of us have already heard of a few of the many benefits of lavender, but its healing properties go way beyond simple aromatherapy. Whether it’s in the form of a tea, an essential oil, or a dried herb for food, lavender is a must for those seeking a healthy way of life naturally.
Lavender’s history can be traced back all the way to ancient Egypt. Did you know that when King Tut’s tomb was opened in 1923, there was said to be a faint scent of lavender that could still be detected after 3,000 years? The Romans also used lavender to fragrance their baths and introduced both the baths and as perfumes.
by Tim Brown, Freedom OutPost:
It’s ridiculous that government believes it has any kind of authority to outlaw a plant, especially one that can provide actual relief in a situation like this.
A 15-year-old Georgia boy was kidnapped by the state from his parents after they treated the boy with a plant, marijuana.
David Brill suffered from multiple seizures every day, sometimes as many as 10.
Finally, his parents had enough and learned that marijuana could be used to treat their son. The only problem? The state thinks it is holier than the Creator and deemed a plant illegal.
CRISPR twins who had their genes edited also had their brains altered to make them smarter, scientists believe
from Government Slaves:
Scientists believe that the “CRISPR twins,” who had their genes edited last year before birth, will now have an easier time learning and memorizing. Apparently, the gene alteration, which was meant to make the girls immune to HIV, also altered their brains.
According to Technology Review:
Now, new research shows that the same alteration introduced into the girls’ DNA, to a gene called CCR5, not only makes mice smarter but also improves human brain recovery after stroke, and could be linked to greater success in school.
by Vicki Batts, Natural News:
Essential oils are gaining in popularity, finally beginning to get much-deserved recognition for their health benefits. But with so many options, it can be hard to narrow down which oils are the best fit for your needs. And when you’re prepping a survival kit, less is often more — especially when space is limited. So, here is a short list of some great essential oils to select for your survival kit (and your everyday medicine cabinet, too).
by Isabelle Z., Tumeric News:
Have you ever wondered why diseases like diabetes remain so difficult to treat despite all the incredible advances seen in modern medicine? It’s a common question, but you’ve already missed the point just by asking it. That’s because the solution to diabetes is not found in modern medicine at all. Instead, nature has the answer to this and many of the other problems plaguing human health, and modern medicine is so focused on profits that your doctor is far more likely to mention Metformin than turmeric when discussing your diabetes treatment options.
by Erin Elizabeth, Health Nut News:
Revelations by the late Dr. Richard L. Day in 1969 may have been shocking at the time, but not so much now as they have started coming true.
Dr. Day was an eminent physician, a professor of pediatrics at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in Manhattan and Medical Director of the ‘Planned Parenthood’ organization.
He was also described as an ‘insider of the Order’ referring to the ‘Order of the Barbarians’ (as those involved in an elite group committed to the ‘New World Order’ were known as at the time), which are now referred to as the globalist elite.
by Jim Quinn, The Burning Platform:
Darlene Coker knew she was dying. She just wanted to know why.
She knew that her cancer, mesothelioma, arose in the delicate membrane surrounding her lungs and other organs. She knew it was as rare as it was deadly, a signature of exposure to asbestos. And she knew it afflicted mostly men who inhaled asbestos dust in mines and industries such as shipbuilding that used the carcinogen before its risks were understood.
by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:
A United States physician who was exposed to the Ebola virus while treating patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo arrived in the United States today and was taken to a secure area at the Nebraska Medical Center. The DRC is currently experiencing one of its worst Ebola outbreaks in history.
According to Politico, the 39-year-old physician, who isn’t exhibiting symptoms of the deadly virus, was privately transported to the medical center in Omaha, Nebraska, on Saturday afternoon, officials there confirmed. Ebola, which can spread through direct contact, can incubate for three weeks before an infected person begins showing symptoms. Humans infected with the virus are not considered infectious until they develop symptoms, according to MYVMC.com. Symptoms include fever, confusion, fatigue, aching muscles, and bloodshot eyes.
by Jeff Berwick, The Dollar Vigilante:
It’s been said that the human body is a temple—an adage which, if true, could have profound implications for how we treat others and especially ourselves.
Putting aside for a moment any personal beliefs about gods, afterlife, or spirituality, we can say with certitude that our bodies are most definitely temples—for our consciousness.
I suppose this isn’t a very controversial statement, since all I’m saying is that your body houses your consciousness and, thus, the quality, cleanliness, and health of your body will likely impact the health of your mind.