Sunday, June 16, 2019

Are Western Doctors Compelled To Support The Vaccine Industry?

by Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution:

  • The Facts:A 6-month old child died a day and a half after receiving her scheduled 6 vaccines, and her mother is outraged that the pathologist cannot find the cause of death but is unwilling to do tests to determine the possible impact of the vaccines.
  • Reflect On:Are most doctors put into a corner when a child they have just given vaccines to gets injured or dies? Would they feel free to say they suspect that the vaccines are the cause even if they believed it to be true?

HOW TO PREPARE YOUR HOME (QUARANTINE) FOR A PANDEMIC

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by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

No one knows the timing or the severity of the next pandemic, but we do know the rise of the superbugs is upon us and the time to prepare is NOW!

As most of you are aware, the chances of superbugs killing 10 million people per year by the year 2050 are getting higher.  Because of the rise of infectious superbugs – infections that cannot be killed by drugs or Western medicine’s interventions – I’ve decided to put together this guide that will help you quarantine your home and prepare your family for a pandemic.

Herbs for anxiety: Experts share the science behind some that are most effective

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by Isabelle Z., Natural News:

As the most common mental illness in America, almost a fifth of the population suffers from anxiety disorders each year. This feeling of fear, unease or worry can range from mild to severe and can also signify conditions such as phobias, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Anti-anxiety meds only give people even more to be anxious about given their long list of side effects, so many sufferers turn to herbs to help cope with their condition.

A team of researchers from the University of Melbourne recently examined several of the herbs that people take for anxiety to assess their efficacy. They studied the effects that these supplements have on one of the primary neurotransmitters in the body, GABA, which serves to calm the central nervous system. Here is a look at their findings.

Kava

Kava has been used in traditional medicine in the South Pacific for hundreds of years as a mood-elevating drink. It has been shown in studies to help alleviate short-term anxiety, but there are some concerns about liver toxicity. This has prompted it to be banned in the U.K. It is still sold in the U.S., albeit with an FDA consumer advisory. In the four cases where kava use resulted in a liver transplant and the one fatality linked to it, the individuals had been using kava alongside other liver-damaging drugs or alcohol. That’s why those who are willing to take a chance with kava should always ensure that their supplements come from trusted sources and do not contain other liver-damaging ingredients, toxins or alcohol.

Passionflower

If you’re looking for something with less risk, passionflower, or passiflora incarnata, has been used traditionally in Europe and the Americas for insomnia and anxiety. Indeed, University of Maryland Medical Center experts say the herb can work just as well as tranquilizer drugs like Serax at addressing anxiety. Although it doesn’t kick in as quickly, they say it causes less impairment to job performance. Other studies have shown that patients who took passionflower prior to surgery experienced less anxiety than people given a placebo.

Chamomile

Chamomile is another traditional remedy that has been shown to have a very calming effect. This daisy-like flower has long been used in teas because of its ability to soothe and induce sleep, which is believed to be due to its flavonoids binding to the benzodiazepine receptors in the brain.

Indian Ginseng

Also called ashwagandha, Indian ginseng has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine to deal with anxiety and low energy. A 2012 Indian study found it reduced the levels of the stress hormone cortisol in people who took it.

Valerian

The root of this perennial flowering plant has long been used to take the edge off anxietyas well as insomnia and nervous restlessness, and research has supported the idea that it can ease insomnia. In fact, it has been approved by German authorities as a mild sedative, and the FDA classifies it as “generally recognized as safe.”

While there are many natural remedies that can make a difference when it comes to anxiety, the researchers noted that several of the herbs that some people take for anxiety are ineffective, including skullcap, lemon balm, maiden hair and hops.

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Half of U.S. physicians are considering quitting because of insurance hassles

from Fellowship Of The Minds:

A poll of 600 physicians by Aimed Alliance, a non-profit that seeks to protect and enhance the rights of health care consumers and providers, found that doctors are so fed up with the constant headaches caused by insurers, that two-thirds would recommend against pursuing a career in medicine, and nearly half (48%) are considering a career change altogether because of the stress.

The survey was conducted on behalf of Aimed Alliance by David Binder Research.

Depletion of Iron From Tumor Cells Prior To Vitamin C Therapy Quells Cancer

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by Lew Rockwell, Lew Rockwell:

It is widely known that mega-dose vitamin C transiently produces hydrogen peroxide, an oxidant, to selectively kill cancer cells.  In the late 1970s Linus Pauling and Ewan Cameron were first to report of success utilizing intravenous vitamin C to produce 1-year survival among 22 percent of otherwise hopeless cancer patients (chemotherapy at the time was far less effective).  Subsequent studies concluded oral vitamin C could not possibly reach adequate blood concentrations of vitamin C to produce hydrogen peroxide (cancer cell killing effect) even though the data from that study ran contrary to the conclusions drawn.  [Knowledge of Health 2016]

20 Perishable Foods You Can Freeze For Later

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by Lisa Egan, Ready Nutrition:

You likely already keep a supply of basics like vegetables, fruits, meats, poultry, and grains in your freezer.

Some items keep better in the freezer than others, as you’ve probably noticed by now.

However, there some items that can be frozen that might surprise you.

Concerning Contaminants Have Been Discovered In The Gardasil 9 Vaccine

by Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution:

  • The Facts:Concerning contaminants have been discovered in the Gardasil 9 vaccine. Vaccine safety group CORVELA, who received a €10,000 donation from the national order of biologists, has put out the report.
  • Reflect On:Are our vaccines as safe as they are marketed to be? Why are scientists, doctors and people who question vaccine safety ridiculed and vilified? Why not just have an open discussion with experts on both sides?

The CDC is developing a nationwide “medical police state” program to track vaccine compliance; may lead to “medical kidnapping” of children

by Lance D Johnson, Natural News:

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is essentially the vaccine compliance and enforcement division of the pharmaceutical industry. Their newly developed program, Immunization Information Systems (IIS), is part of the roll out of a kind of “medical police state” which would allow the government to monitor and track the mandatory vaccine compliance of every citizen.

This data is collected automatically; there is no consent. The database tracks your personal and family health decisions, even when you say NO to a vaccine. The database will identify areas of “under vaccination” and track citizens who are not in compliance with the current childhood and adult vaccine schedules.

According to their 2013-2017 functional standards, the IIS requires the following information in their database: patient name, birth date, sex, race, ethnicity, birth order, birth state, mother’s name, vaccine type, vaccine manufacturer, vaccination date, and vaccination lot number. If a vaccine is refused, that information is collected, too. State vaccine registries are used to help compile the data.

The data only becomes valuable when it is shared; this is why the IIS reserves the right to share your personal vaccination status to “healthcare providers, public health, and other authorized stakeholders” in all 50 states. The IIS also declares they can share the information with schools, daycare, and child camps, giving these institutions the data they need to enforce vaccine compliance. The language used by IIS is vague; the data could fall into the possession of any industry or government enforcement that has a financial incentive to see that you and your children are vaccinated as much as possible.

Why else would this information be collected in the first place? The vaccine industry is a $30 billion industry worldwide and the CDC buys and sells over $4 billion in vaccines,while owning over 20 patents on vaccines. The World Health Organization encourages further investment in vaccines, predicting the industry to grow to $100 billion annually by 2025. There are 69 recommended doses on the childhood vaccine schedule, which is set up by the CDC. There are also 100 doses on the adult schedule and an additional 270+ vaccines in the developmental pipeline. The CDC openly and haughtily states that their goal is to get 95 percent or greater vaccine compliance, as if consent, body autonomy, and personal decision-making in health care no longer exists.

The CDC sees unvaccinated individuals as a threat to their agenda. By their testimony alone, healthy unvaccinated individuals and children debunk the advertised “need” for these vaccines. Children and adults who are routinely damaged by vaccines are a glaring example of the vaccine industry’s unchecked abuses. These people, often stereotyped as “anti-vaxxers” are viewed as a threat to this industry; therefore, the CDC needs this IIS surveillance system.

The government may use this database to “medically kidnap” children and arrest parents who refuse to vaccinate

The IIS is a potentially dangerous database because its purpose will be to track people who do not vaccinate to find ways to make them comply, whether by advertisement, force, or coercion. Child and Protective Services are already called upon to kidnap children when parents refuse to vaccinate their child. For instance, consider the nurses who are now being fired for refusing to vaccinate. Their employer has the data they need to discriminate against them. With IIS, there is no privacy with your health records. Your health records could be used against you to threaten your termination from employment and accuse you of putting the public at risk of infectious disease, even when there is no evidence to suggest you are a carrier of infectious disease. In fact, those who vaccinate with live attenuated flu virus vaccines emit 630 percent more flu virus aerosols on average than the unvaccinated. Viral shedding is a real problem with vaccines that perpetuates illnesses in society, but this fact is overlooked.

If you doubt these surveillance systems are being used in a witch hunt and you are naïve to the way the world works, consider that the CDC has already gained the power to implement Community Preventive Services Task Forces. These tasks forces were developed with the passage of U.S. Senate H.R. 3590, a law that gives the CDC the power to seek out unvaccinated children locally. On page 1202 of Public Law No. 111-148, the CDC’s tasks forces can carry out “immunization-promoting strategies for participants or clients of public programs, including assessments of immunization status, referrals to health care providers, education, provision [provide] of on-site immunizations, or incentives for immunization.”

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Starting your own farm? 7 Questions to ask yourself first

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by Rita Winters, Natural News:

When starting a small farm, there are considerations you have to make. A small farm is a small business, and as harmless as it may sound, there are painful downsides when it is not managed properly. Nevertheless, a small farm is a good way to fulfill your nutritional and financial needs.

Small farms can be run by the whole family. It is an excellent way to foster relationships and promote overall family well-being. Aside from being able to provide for yourselves, owning and managing your own small farm positively affects the immediate community by supplying accessible, healthy, and affordable food options. You are also able to help the environment by employing organic farming methods that preserve and regenerate soil health and biodiversity.

Can I take vitamins after the expiration date?

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by Edsel Cook, Natural News:

Don’t believe the expiration dates on the bottles of your vitamins and supplements; many of these important products remain effective long after the date has passed.

As long as the product is stored in a cool, dry place, it will retain its effectiveness for many years, long past its expiration date. So you don’t need to throw it out immediately after the day it “expires.”

See the list: 11 of the most effective natural painkillers

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by Michelle Simmons, Natural News:

It shouldn’t be surprising that nature also provides natural pain relievers: It has already given us many powerful medicinal plants that can treat anything from a fever, wounds, and even cancer. Here are just some of the most effective natural painkillers. The best part? Most of them could already be found in your kitchen or garden. (h/t to Survivopedia.com)

  1. Aloe vera: Aloe vera was not called by the ancient Egyptians as the “plant of immortality” for nothing. The gel from the aloe vera plant has potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It can be used to relieve burns, cuts, scrapes, and cold sores. The juice of the aloe vera plant can also boost digestive function.

World Health Organization Needs Its Head Examined Regarding Vaccine Adverse Events

by Catherine Frompovich, Activist Post:

If ever there were an absolutely and remarkably unbelievable health advisory that is totally off the wall, it’s the new guidelines the World Health Organization (WHO) proposes regarding vaccines adverse events occurring during post-marketing as “coincidental” with the only ‘real’ AEs and reportable ones to be those that occurred during vaccine trials!

Doesn’t everyone know how inferior vaccine trials are, while deliberately very limited in time, too?  A perfect inferior example is the Merck & Company ongoing qui tam lawsuit [1] in Philadelphia, PA federal court for Merck’s fudging the Mumps efficacy rate in its MMR vaccine for ten years. Plus, let’s not forget to add vaccine makers write those trial results. Sham medical journals add to the ever-expanding research hijinks.