Friday, July 1, 2022

Ginseng May Work Better Than Chemo and Radiation. Here’s How…


by Sayer ji, The Sleuth Journal:

Known for thousands of years as a powerful tonic for health, new research reveals that ginseng and other cancer stem cell killing plants may provide highly effective treatments for cancer.

Cancer stem cells are one of the keys to understanding both the root cause(s) and the most appropriate treatment approaches for cancer.

As we have explored in previous writings, cancer stem cells have been identified to be at the heart of most cancer malignancies. These extraordinarily resilient and proliferative cells, while only making up a minority of cells within a tumor (about 1 in 1,000), are relatively immortal and resistant to conventional treatments.

Selco’s Advice: What Should You Do About Covid-19?


by Selco Begovic, The Organic Prepper:

I might call this article “Coronavirus Update” or “The Latest about Covid19” or something flashy like that, but in essence, it is not about that, mostly because I do not have anything too smart to say about newest situation, and I am not here to frighten you into something, or to bring panic, or to “shovel fear”.

I call it simply “continuing preparing”.

The smartest people from the medical field do not have any huge updates or ideas about the virus, except that it may go in a few different directions. Some of those are very bad, but all of us are simply waiting to see what will be.

Honey’s Health Benefits and Why You Need It In Your Ready Nutrition Medicinal Pantry


by Joshua Krause, Ready Nutrition:

Ready Nutrition readers, the use of honey in medical emergencies is older than recorded history. There are many reasons that honey is excellent for use in first aid and homeopathic aids such as cuts, abrasions, burns, coughs, colds, and infections. Honey has anti-inflammatory properties and is also anti-bacterial/microbial in nature. Honey is bacteriostatic against certain “bugs” such as E. coli and Salmonella. Bacteriostatic means that honey prevents these organisms from growing…and as these two are found in food, that’s a good thing.

How to Start a Vegetable Garden for Beginners


from Yard And Garden Guru:

Do you have space that is going to waste, and you have decided to put it to good use and have a veggie garden? If so, you have made a smart choice. Not only will it save you money, help you to eat healthier, but it is also good for the environment.

You should know beforehand; it is not possible to grow everything even for the yard and garden guru. And also some vegetables are easier to buy as they need too much attention to make it worthwhile.

Hitchhiking After SHTF


by J.B., Survival Blog:

Many of us have spent a lot of time thinking about how we would get home if things hit the fan while we are away from home, and hitchhiking hasn’t been on top of the list. The majority of us would have our vehicle there to hopefully drive ourselves back. What many people have not spent much time thinking about is how they would get home if the car wouldn’t start, if the car broke down on the way home, or if you had flown to a location and can’t get a flight back. I want to share my experiences that could be useful to some of the readers.

Disclaimer: I do not suggest using these methods unless necessary. They could be extremely dangerous. The risks should be weighed, and the decision should be made after much thought and prayer.

99 Relatable Things That Only Preppers Will Understand


by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:

Prepping isn’t all about whiling away your hours in a bunker, reloading ammo. It’s about the everyday things we do and the differences in our mindsets from non-preppers, and these are things that only real preppers will understand.

Preppers know these are actually signs of sanity, but we get used to being misunderstood by the unprepared and the mainstream media, who all seem to think that we’re crazy. Sometimes it’s fun to have a good laugh about their misconceptions of what we actually do.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? How to Decide Whether to Bug Out or Bug In During an Emergency


by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:

When disaster seems imminent, there’s one vital decision that preppers have to make: grab your bag and bug out or hunker down and bug in? The lyrics from the chorus of a song by The Clash sums it up – you’ve got trouble either way, but one way will be worse than the other.

Because this song is now stuck in my head, I thought it should be stuck in your head, too.

Should I stay or should I go now?
Should I stay or should I go now?
If I go, there will be trouble
And if I stay it will be double
So come on and let me know

Turmeric’s “Weight Loss Secret”: It Turns Bad Fat Good


by Sayer Ji, Green Med Info:

A groundbreaking study published in Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry reveals that curcumin, a golden-hued compound in turmeric, may provide a unique solution for overweight individuals by altering the composition of fat cells in their bodies in favor of the calorie-burning type. 

Obesity and overweight are global epidemics today, and are largely due to the now virtually universal Western type diet of highly processed, genetically modified, chemical contaminated, and evolutionarily incompatible foods, and which can have severe if not sometimes lethal adverse health effects.

Shelves stripped bare at Whole Foods stores across America as supply chain logistics crater


by Isabelle Z., Natural News:

Imagine going to your local grocery store and being greeted by empty shelves, with item after item on your shopping list nowhere to be found. That might be par for the course if you live in Venezuela, but well-stocked stores are something that most Americans take for granted, particularly those who shop in upscale stores. Now, however, Whole Foods shoppers are complaining about some serious stocking issues in their local stores, and the problem doesn’t show any signs of letting up soon.

In recent months, Barclays analysts who have visited the chain’s stores have found shelves and displays that were completely empty, along with hot food bars and produce that look like they are deteriorating. In the firm’s published research notes, they said every department of one store they visited had ”high” out-of-stock issues in both branded and private-label items. An East Coast store, meanwhile, had “extraordinary” inventory problems. Basics like bananas and eggs were completely unavailable or very low in stock, while entire displays, end caps, and refrigerated cases were empty.

You might be tempted to think this is a good thing because there must be higher shopper traffic, but on the other side of the coin, it’s a lot of lost sales for the company – not to mention frustrated shoppers.

Making matters worse for those who are drawn to Whole Foods’ produce is the fact that the analysts reported the produce has deteriorated in both quality and size, something they say customers have also been reporting.

One employee at a Texas Whole Foods store said the out-of-stock problems reached a “horrible” level over the holidays and that their produce department was “embarrassing.” He told Business Insider that he wanted to remain anonymous because he feared losing his job – a realistic concern if the tales of the way people who work for Whole Foods owner Amazon are treated are anything to go by.

Is Amazon helping or hurting Whole Foods?

Indeed, ever since Amazon acquired Whole Foods for $13.7 billion last August, the store seems to have gone downhill. While the prices on some foods, like avocados and bananas, went down, those products have been rotting more quickly than they once did. Shoppers have started complaining about tasteless, rotten and discolored produce in stores across the nation, while products that used to be consistently well-stocked were now regularly unavailable. Many have switched grocery stores in response.

In addition, non-organic items have been given prominent displays at the store since the Amazon takeover, including foods like HP Sauce and Tropicana Orange Juice, prompting some to fear that the store is being “conventionalized.”

Some angry shoppers went to Twitter to voice their frustration, with one person saying the Tenleytown outlet looked like “the Soviet Safeway.” A Brooklyn commenter said that the empty bread shelves in the store made it “seem like people are preparing for the apocalypse.”

Employees have said that the chain’s order-to-shelf (OTS) inventory system is to blame for the shortages because its controls are so tight. One manager said that his store was constantly running out of items in every department, and that the managers’ hands are essentially tied. While less food is going bad in storage rooms, workers have described OTS as being a “militaristic” and morale-crushing system that causes items to go out of stock quickly.

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Getting rid of allergies naturally: A look at alternative options for treatment


by Frances Bloomfield, Natural News:

Is medication always necessary for allergy relief? Not quite. Although some allergies may need medicine to prevent them from worsening, others can do without. Depending on the intensity and level of discomfort brought on by allergies, you could even remedy your allergies at home.

  • Essential oils — Certain essential oils such as lavender, peppermint, and tea tree oil are good for allergies thanks to their anti-inflammatory properties. Others such as lemon do an equally good job of soothing allergy symptoms by clearing up your sinuses and lessening congestion. These oils can be used alone or together; either way, they should be diluted with a carrier oil before being applied to the skin. An important thing to keep in mind is that some essential oils can induce allergies, so be sure to test a small amount first before going all in.


from SGT Report:

It’s obvious that the “new world order”, their words not mine, wants you sick, weak and silent so they can steal your birthright without a fight. We want you healthy, strong and very loud – so you can send them the message, we will never let them get away with their evil machinations. Organic farmer and super foods expert Rave Ea joins me to introduce and to explain how you can transform your body and health in 30 days: