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Best Home Remedies And Natural Treatments For Poison Ivy
06-16-2015, 07:23 PM (This post was last modified: 05-26-2018 01:02 PM by Thinker.)
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"20 Edible Plants That Could Save Your Life"

Sometimes, you have to think outside of the freeze-dried food paradigm. You may find yourself in the woods forced to run from your home or camp because of marauders with nothing to eat. Fortunately, there are many edible plants that can save your life if you know what they are, how to identify them and are comfortable with preparing them.
http://www.diyreport.com/2015/06/14/20-e...your-life/

7 Best Reasons to Grow Your Own Food

Grow your own food. Why? Because it could be the difference between life and death. That and because you’ll save money at the grocery store. There are numerous reasons why you should grow your own food, but these are the top 7 reasons that break it down into the simplest and most important reasons.
http://www.diyreport.com/2015/05/26/7-be...-own-food/

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07-03-2015, 06:38 AM
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(06-16-2015 07:23 PM)Thinker Wrote:  Sometimes, you have to think outside of the freeze-dried food paradigm. You may find yourself in the woods forced to run from your home or camp because of marauders with nothing to eat. Fortunately, there are many edible plants that can save your life if you know what they are, how to identify them and are comfortable with preparing them.
http://www.diyreport.com/2015/06/14/20-e...your-life/

7 Best Reasons to Grow Your Own Food

Grow your own food. Why? Because it could be the difference between life and death. That and because you’ll save money at the grocery store. There are numerous reasons why you should grow your own food, but these are the top 7 reasons that break it down into the simplest and most important reasons.
http://www.diyreport.com/2015/05/26/7-be...-own-food/

visited the links and found it really interesting.

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05-10-2018, 01:12 PM
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25 Cancer Stem Cell Killing Foods Smarter Than Chemo & Radiation
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An important scientific review identifies 25 of the top foods and herbs which kill the cancer stem cells at the root cause of cancer malignancy. There are thousands of natural compounds that have been studied with demonstrable anti-cancer activity (check out over 600 on our cancer research database), but only a small subset of these have been proven to target and kill the cancer stem cells which lie at the root of cancer malignancy. Turmeric, for instance, we have featured a number of times for this "smart kill" property of targeting just the heart of cancerous tumors. More recently, ginger has been found in pre-clinical research to contain a compound up to 10,000 times more effective than the chemotherapy drug Taxol at killing breast cancer stem cells. Even common food like blueberry have special cancer killing properties, as discussed in a previous article: Research: Radiotherapy Causes Cancer, Blueberry Kills It.

A powerful study published in the journal Anticancer Research titled, "Natural Products That Target Cancer Stem Cells," has made our job much easier of identifying this special category of cancer killers by reviewing the extant literature on the topic and listing the top 25 substances in this category. They are listed here below, along with some of their commonly recognizable dietary sources:

1. Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) - Green Tea

2. 6-Gingerol - Ginger

3. β-Carotene - Carrot, Leafy Greens

4. Baicalein - Chinese Skullcap

5. Curcumin - Turmeric

6. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/25-canc...-radiation

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05-15-2018, 07:31 PM (This post was last modified: 05-15-2018 07:33 PM by Thinker.)
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Beets May Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
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Story by Dr. Joseph Mercola Contributing writer for Wake Up World

Can beets tackle Alzheimer’s at its root?

Research suggests beets may be a powerful ally in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease, decreasing damaging oxidation of neurons by as much as 90 percent. Beets have been shown to fight inflammation, lower blood pressure1,2 and aid detoxification. Studies also suggest they can help lower your risk for heart failure and stroke, and provide powerful benefits for your brain, largely due to their high nitrate content. Your body transforms nitrates into nitric oxide,3 which enhances oxygenation and has beneficial impacts on your circulatory and immune systems.

Nitric oxide4 is a soluble gas continually produced from the amino acid L-arginine inside your cells, where it supports endothelial function and protects your mitochondria. Nitric oxide also serves as a signaling or messenger molecule in every cell of your body. Many competitive athletes actually use:
https://wakeup-world.com/2018/04/21/beet...s-disease/


Countries with more beets in their diets have the least deaths from Alzheimer/dementia, so should that be a wake up call for you. Why don't doctors tell their patients about the value of the right vegetable or fruit? They weren't trained to help people find alternative ways to avoid a prescription. Drugs are money and food isn't! Where is your country on the list in link below:
http://www.worldlifeexpectancy.com/cause...y-country/



World Wide Mass Human Dementia From Chemtrails & Vaccines


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05-17-2018, 10:33 AM
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Discover How Dandelions Protect Against Diabetes, Cancer, Liver Disease, Kidney Stone
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What you thought was a weed, is one of the most beautiful yellow flowers one could possible have in their yard.

If you haven’t already sprayed the dandelions growing in your yard – and you’d like to rid your lawn from unwanted vegetation – why not dig them up and make medicinal tea or eat them in salads, stews or a green smoothie? The common dandelion proliferating summer lawns is often unwanted by many homeowners looking for a velvety green lawn. Dandelions were brought to the United States from Europe and Asia and introduced for its myriad health benefits, which have been utilized by Eastern cultures for centuries. Dandelion is a bitter herb and all parts of the plant are used medicinally in herbal preparations, teas and as foods.


Preparing dandelions for consumption


Make dandelion tea by brewing 1 ounce of dandelion root or leaves in 1 pint of water for 15 minutes. Roast dandelion root like you would carrots or potatoes. Dandelion greens and flowers are delicious raw in salads or cooked like you would spinach.

Stimulates digestion


The bitter properties in dandelion aid digestion, stimulating the production of digestive juices, which begin in the mouth with saliva. The stomach responds to stimulus from bitter foods by increasing the production of all natural digestive juices including acids and bicarbonate.


Tonifies the liver

https://www.jbbardot.com/dandelions-aren...-stones-2/

Dandelion tea supports the liver in

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05-21-2018, 03:12 PM
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Ancient Herbs and Tonics Promote Circulation and Improve Cardio Health
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Ayurveda is one of the oldest, holistic approaches to medicine, originating in India thousands of years ago. The primary focus of Ayurveda is the promotion of health through the balance of mind, body and consciousness with the use of herbs combined with lifestyle and dietary choices. Certain herbs used in ayurvedic medicine are helpful for improving circulation and strengthening the cardiovascular system. If you’re not familiar with Ayurveda, check with an Ayurvedic practitioner before starting any new treatment protocols.

How Does Ayurveda Work?

The goal of ayurveda is to bring a person into a more harmonious state with his or her environment and restore the body’s ability for self-healing, according to Health Services University of New Hampshire. A practitioner will assess each patient to determine which dosha best suits that person. Doshas are metabolic body types consisting of various compositions of the five elements, space, air, fire, water and earth. There are three doshas and each person fits primarily into one of the three categories. Treatment depends on your dosha, which dictates how you should eat, the necessary healing herbs used, and a myriad of other curative techniques.

Ayurveda for Circulation


Special herbs can be used individually or in herbal tonics to improve circulation and oxygenate the body, notes the “The Yoga of Herbs.” Some increase blood cell count, others expand capillaries, and some remove plaque from arteries and improve blood flow.

Single Herbs and Herbal Tonics Improve Circulation

Amalaki

Amalaki is one of three important herbs used in:
https://www.jbbardot.com/ayurvedic-herbs...io-health/

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05-26-2018, 01:03 PM
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Best Home Remedies And Natural Treatments For Poison Ivy
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The more time people spend outdoors, the greater the chance of developing a poison ivy allergy. Oils from these devilish weeds are highly noxious, causing a long list of poison ivy allergy symptoms. Contact with a poison ivy plant can produce a red, swollen rash, blisters, pain, and unbearable itching. In addition there may be intense burning, inflammation, and fever. For those unlucky enough to have a poison ivy rash in their eyes, mouths or on their genitals, the torment can be nearly intolerable. Fortunately, nature has not only cursed us with these weeds, but also provided a list of home remedies for allergic reactions to poison ivy, oak, and sumac.

Homeopathic remedies for allergic reaction to poison ivy

Rhus Toxicodendron: Rhus tox is made from poison ivy and one of the best remedies not only for treating the rash but for prophylactic use in its prevention. The person needing Rhus tox will have a poison ivy allergy with a rash that itches intensely, and is made better with hot applications such as a hot compress or bath. The person may be extremely restless and have accompanying joint or muscle pain. Speak to a homeopath about taking Rhus tox in low doses throughout the season to prevent a poison ivy outbreak.

Anacardium orientale: The rash has fluid-filled blisters that itch intensely, but hot applications make the itching worse.


Apis: Helpful for a poison ivy allergy that appears as large, blotchy hives. They may be bright pink, swollen, sting, and burn. Discomfort is alleviated by cold applications.

Belladona:
This remedy is often helpful when the rash appears suddenly, is bright red and very hot, and accompanied by a fever.

Kali Sulphuricm:

https://www.jbbardot.com/best-home-remed...oison-ivy/

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