Sunday, August 25, 2019

Australian father treats his daughters’ Chron’s disease by juicing cannabis… then gets raided by the government

by Tracey Watson, Natural News:

Chron’s disease is a long-term, chronic health condition that affects 700,000 people in the United States and is the result of inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract. Its symptoms can be mild or severe, and may include rectal bleeding, frequent and recurring diarrhea, significant weight loss, fever, abdominal pain and cramping, low energy and fatigue, and a reduced appetite. In severe cases, Chron’s can cause intense vomiting, a high fever and intestinal obstructions or abscesses.

CDC is a vaccine company, owns 56 vaccines – a grave conflict of interest

by Tracey Watson, Natural News:

Two recent events have forced a glaring spotlight on the $30 billion a year vaccine industry: First, President Donald Trump announced a plan to establish a commission chaired by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (RFK) to investigate vaccine safety and scientific integrity. The second, again featuring RFK, is when he and actor Robert De Niro announced a $100,000 reward to any scientist (or anyone else) who could conclusively prove the safety of mercury (in the form thimerosal) in vaccines.

Eating lentils regularly could prevent the need for several medications: They nourish blood vessels and improve blood flow, pressure, circulation


by Zoey Sky, Natural News:

According to a study, lentils can help significantly reduce “dangerous blood pressure levels.”

Additionally, new data also showed that lentils could reverse deteriorating blood vessel health.

The researchers explained that the study, which was conducted on rats, proved that consuming the health-boosting food regularly can effectively prevent the increase in blood pressure which occurs as we grow older.

Based on the findings, eating lentils can also reverse the changes that occur in blood vessels due to high blood pressure.

Anti-GMO activist found dead in hotel pool, hours before planned delivery of 200,000 petition signatures to the EPA

by Mike Adams, Natural News:

An activist who opposed genetically engineered mosquitoes has been found dead in the swimming pool of a Washington D.C. hotel, just hours before she was due to submit a petition with over 200,000 signatures to the EPA.

Derrick Broze of Activist Post has investigated the story and spoken to a close friend of the victim, whose name is Mila de Mier from Key West, Florida (see below).

The mysterious death has also been covered by WJLA, which reports:

How Scientists Plan to Feed Billions Without the Help of the Sun

by Tess Pennington, Ready Nutrition:

Our most recent article about the most recent minor eruptions at Yellowstone briefly touched on the mitigation process this type of disaster entails and the evacuation efforts that would need to be made for millions before a supervolcano were to erupt. This brings to mind an even greater question of how the world governments would be able to feed and care for citizens without the help of the sun.

Following a massive volcanic eruption, and especially in the case of a supervolcano erupting, the eruption would blast 240 cubic miles of rock, dust and volcanic ash into the sky. This would spread throughout the world and lower global temperatures by up to 28 degrees for years and cause what scientists refer to as volcanic winter. Due to the debris and ash spewing into the atmosphere, the sun will be blocked, and crops would not be able to grow. As a result, this would cause worldwide famine. Additionally, abnormal rainfall will cause major rivers around the world to flood.


by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:

Yes, you read that headline entirely correctly. Not content to control every other aspect of your life, the proverbial “They” also want to control your diet, what you eat, and monitor whether or not your sticking to your diet by monitoring your poop. Consider it Mr. Globaloney’s version of a colonoscopy, only it will be a daily affair(found and shared by Mr. H.B.):

The end of food freedom? Future food services may control what you eat by stocking food prescribed by doctors via smart appliances

And in case you think I made up the headline and my opening summary of the latest “bright idea” to come from the technocracy, consider this:



by Jon Walker, The Intercept:

TURNER IS A QUAINT, conservative town on the outskirts of Salem, Oregon. It’s a village that, by a margin of two to one, supported Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in 2016. In 2014, when a referendum on legalizing marijuana throughout Oregon came before the people of the town, they rejected it handily, with 57 percent voting “no.”

It passed statewide anyway, and in 2016 the people of Turner were again asked to vote on weed. This time the question was whether to allow recreational marijuana businesses in their community. To nobody’s surprise, they voted overwhelmingly — 63 percent — to prohibit the businesses in the unincorporated parts of their county. But to everybody’s surprise, this time, the town voted 51 percent in favor of allowing pot businesses within the city limits. “We were actually shocked,” Mayor Gary Tiffin told me.



by Alex Pietrowski, The Daily Sheeple:

Trying to kick psychiatric medications is one of those rarely discussed problems with the modern psychiatric business. For all the informative and sleek television commercials and all the simplified explanations by doctors, when someone decides to get off these meds, the experience can be an utter nightmare.

Writing for The New York Times in 2015, Diana Spechler spelled out her hellish process in an article entitled, 10 Things I’d Tell My Former (Medicated) Self. As she describes, there is very little support for people who wish to quit the meds and return to feeling like themselves again. One of her comments gets at the complexity and craziness of trying to quit.

How to grow, dry and grind your own turmeric powder from fresh roots


by Edsel Cook, Natural News:

Like any other superfood, turmeric powder is most effective when it’s freshly-grown and prepared by hand at home. A Rockin W Homestead article advised how to grow, dry, and grind your own powder for any curries, protein shakes, or tea you plan to make.

Turmeric is very easy to grow indoors. All you need is a big rhizome that you can get at the nearest health store or grocery and several pots with rich organic soil. Take that rhizome and break it into smaller pieces that have two or three buds on them. Plant each smaller root about two inches deep into the soil with the buds pointing upwards.

The soil in each pot must be kept slightly moist but not soggy. Water your crops every couple of days, with longer intervals if you live in a cool area, and make sure the soil drains well.

Another study finds Vitamin D reduces risk of cancer – by 20% or more


by Vicki Batts, Natural News:

Vitamin D is a critical nutrient that is essential for good health, there’s little doubt about that. Many people know already that the “sunshine vitamin” is key for bone health, but studies continue to show that the benefits of vitamin D are far more reaching than previously imagined. In fact, new research has shown that vitamin D could cut the risk of cancer by 20 percent or more.

Multiple studies have pointed to the anti-cancer effects of vitamin D, but as sources explain, most studies have been carried out in European or American populations. Vitamin D levels and metabolism can vary across different demographics, so analyzing the benefits of this vital nutrient across multiple populations is critical to truly understanding its preventive power.

Researchers have now found a similar correlation overseas. Using data collected from the Japan Public Health Centre -based Prospective (JPHC) Study, a team of scientists has shown that higher vitamin D levels can help protect against cancer across the board. Even after adjusting for other risk factors like smoking, the data still indicated that getting enough vitamin D reduced cancer risk by about 20 percent — which is surely nothing to sneeze at.