Category Archives: Natural Health

No GMO Livestock Vaccines In Organics!

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) aren’t allowed in organics because they fall into the “excluded methods” category—meaning things that are excluded from organics. But there’s one exception to the “no GMOs in organics rule”—GMO vaccines for livestock. Under current law, GMO vaccines are allowed in organic, but only after they’ve been reviewed and approved by the ...

Turmeric Compounds Alleviate Chemical Weapons Injury

Alleviate Chemical Weapons Injury Following closely in the wake of recent revelations that the U.S. government endangered their troops by hiding the discovery of chemical weapons in Iraq, new research shows that turmeric extract may provide an ideal natural intervention to relieve the pain and suffering of sulfur mustard-injured patients. Recently, the New York Times revealed in ...

Local Farming Is Key To Curbing World Hunger

In spite of Big Agra’s claim that GMO foods are a necessity to keep the world well fed, the Food and Agriculture Organization seems to think differently. Family farms are the “backbone” in the fight against hunger and to achieve sustainable rural development. This is the conclusion of the annual report released today by the United ...

US Exposes Troops To Ebola To Test Vaccines

  By: Dr. Paul Craig Roberts - The public continues to be reassured that Ebola is not a problem for the US, but CNN reports that President Obama has appointed an Ebola Czar. The Czar is not a medical person but an insider lawyer who served as chief of staff to Vice President Biden. Little wonder Ebola conspiracy ...

How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar At Home – 9 Easy Steps

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has SO many healthful purposes, its head spinning. You can use this super food liquid to treat the common cold, get rid of yeast infections, condition your hair, ease digestive woes, reduce swelling, lower blood sugar, get rid of lactic acid build up, increase energy, and even get rid of warts, among other ...

Acai Berry: An Amazing Fruit For Weight Loss

By: Nick Wilson | weightloss5ws.com - These days, acai berries that are rich in antioxidants are very conspicuous in grocery markets. Even when we watch television or read health related magazines, we end up looking at or reading numerous health benefits including weight loss that acai berry offers. Take a look at the following benefits that acai berry ...

Detox And Freshen Breath With Cardamom

Cardamom, known in India as the ‘Queen of Spices,’ originated in the evergreen rainforests of southern India. This relative of ginger and turmeric has been celebrated since ancient times for its potent therapeutic properties, as well as its culinary value in the cuisines of India, Nepal, Pakistan and China. These seed pods were harvested from wild ...

Dow’s Done Deal

It’s official. Thanks to the folks at Dow Agrosciences, and their buddies at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Dow now has permission to unleash up to 176 million more pounds (according to the USDA, though scientists predict much more) of 2,4-D into the environment. Yesterday, the EPA removed the last ...

Western Medicine Is Rockefeller Medicine – All The Way

Western medicine has some good points, for sure, and is great in an emergency, but it’s high time people realized that today’s mainstream medicine (western medicine or allopathy), with its focus on drugs, radiation and surgery, is at its foundation a Rockefeller creation. The Rockefellers, of course, are one of the most rich and powerful families ...

How Technology Has Made Global Polio Eradication Impossible

Ten years ago, a group of scientists working at the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbioloy at SUNY, Stony Brook, described for the first time the de novo chemical synthesis of polio virus, which they confirmed was fully infectious. This discovery, when reported in newspapers around the globe in July of 2002, created a great deal ...

Electronic Cigarettes Increase Nicotine Addiction

Electronic cigarettes increase the risk of nicotine addiction and consumption of conventional tobacco products, according to the Spanish Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery (SEPAR). “Consuming electronic cigarettes means the smoker will spend less than when buying the conventional cigarettes. This, together with the strong growth and promotion of these products, is resulting in a significant increase ...

8 Reasons To Drink Water For Survival

In the summertime when you get hot, sweaty and sticky, it is quite natural to reach for a nice, cool glass of water to quench your thirst.  In the Fall and Winter, however, it is easy to forget to drink an adequate amount of water to stay hydrated. Think about it.  You are indoors, covered with ...

The Remarkable Heart-Friendly Properties Of Avocados

There are still folks out there who believe that the 'high fat' content of avocados make them a liability for heart health. But the research on avocados simply doesn't support this lipid-phobic view. Take for example a recent study that looked at what happened when avocado was added to a heart-stopping American favorite, the hamburger meal.[i] Researchers ...

Cha-Ching: The Second Fast-Tracked Ebola Vaccine Trial Just Began In Maryland

By: Melissa Melton | The Daily Sheeple - This story just popped up on USA Today: “New Ebola vaccine study has begun in Maryland.” Paragraph 1: The first human trials of a Canadian Ebola vaccine began Monday, part of a flood of experimental therapies rushed into testing to battle the Ebola epidemic. Great. Another experimental vaccine is being fast-tracked and ...

Will The Real Ebola Vaccine Stand Up? Exposing A Major Cover Up

The world is mired in the meaningless debate as to whether the “Ebola Outbreak” is a false flag attack. To review the tenets of this meaningless debate: 1) One theory states that the media and certain government sponsored agencies such as the CDC, NIH and the FDA are hyping the Ebola crisis to promote the roll-out of ...

Pesticide Use By Farmers Linked To High Rates Of Depression, Suicides

By: Brian Bienkowski | Environmental Health News -  On his farm in Iowa, Matt Peters worked from dawn to dusk planting his 1,500 acres of fields with pesticide-treated seeds. “Every spring I worried about him,” said his wife, Ginnie. “Every spring I was glad when we were done.” A clinical psychologist spoke to him on the phone and ...

Nanomaterials In Organic Food? The USDA Is Looking The Other Way

By: Pamela Coleman, PhD | Cornucopia - At their October 2010 meeting, the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) unanimously approved a guidance document recommending that “Engineered Nanomaterials be prohibited from certified organic products as expeditiously as possible. We respectfully request that the National Organic Program take immediate actions to implement this guidance document.”[1] As of today, the ...