Survival medicine basics: How to use sugar to treat wounds

Sugar isn’t known for a lot of health benefits, but they are quite useful as a home remedy. Before commercial antibiotic and antiseptic creams, it used to be a popular homemade treatment for wounds. Moreover, it can be applied on humans and animals alike. (h/t to AlphaSurvivalist.net) How does sugar treat wounds? Sugar has specific qualities … Continue reading Survival medicine basics: How to use sugar to treat wounds

Doctor with bioweapons expertise calls COVID-19 vaccines “weaponized medicine”

While some doctors are encouraging people to get in line for their COVID-19 vaccine, others are bravely speaking out about why rushing to get an untested shot might not be such a good idea. Dr. Lee Merritt, a former president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, has admitted that she believes the current … Continue reading Doctor with bioweapons expertise calls COVID-19 vaccines “weaponized medicine”

Moderna’s mRNA injections are an “operating system” designed to program humans and hack their biological functions

The experimental injections being rolled out by Moderna and Pfizer are nothing similar to traditional vaccines. These mRNA platforms are an “operating system” designed to program human beings and turn their cells into efficient drug delivery systems. Moderna is now going public with the real intentions behind the mRNA platform. The mRNA technology platform is similar to … Continue reading Moderna’s mRNA injections are an “operating system” designed to program humans and hack their biological functions

Evaluating the safety and efficacy of Zataria multiflora (Shirazi thyme) as cough medicine

In this review, a researchers from Iran evaluated the potency of Zataria multiflora, also known as Shirazi thyme, as an alternative medicine for the management of acute cough. This article appeared in the Journal of Integrative Medicine. Cough is a defensive reflux mechanism that facilitates the removal of foreign objects and secretions from the bronchi and bronchioles. … Continue reading Evaluating the safety and efficacy of Zataria multiflora (Shirazi thyme) as cough medicine

Gauge Your Age: Epigenetics and the Future of Medicine

Why do some people stay healthy throughout their lives and others don’t? While we all age, we don’t all age in the same ways or at the same rate. Epigenetic modifications are largely responsible for this phenomenon, with DNA methylation being the most studied modification. An Epigenetic Clock is a sophisticated way of tracking our “real” age by measuring methylation or demethylation at particular DNA … Continue reading Gauge Your Age: Epigenetics and the Future of Medicine

Turmeric, despite its MANY health benefits, still isn’t considered medicine by the FDA … thanks, Big Pharma

Research on the specific health benefits of turmeric, the golden spice from India, is far from limited. Findings from animal studies, test-tube studies and human clinical trials indicate that turmeric can confer a long list of health benefits. But despite the tremendous amount of data in support of turmeric’s health-promoting effects, turmeric is just “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS) … Continue reading Turmeric, despite its MANY health benefits, still isn’t considered medicine by the FDA … thanks, Big Pharma

Is Modern Medicine Founded on Error?

Modern medicine is firmly founded on the “Germ Theory of Disease” promulgated by Louis Pasteur in the 1860’s. Pasteur’s 140-year-old theory is still the medical paradigm upon which Western medicine fights disease as we enter the 21st century.But with a huge increase today in infectious diseases and the rapidly rising epidemic of cancer, diabetes, heart … Continue reading Is Modern Medicine Founded on Error?

Biological Terrain Vs. The Germ Theory

The germ – or microbian – theory of disease was popularized by Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), the inventor of pasteurization. This theory says that there are fixed, external germs (or microbes) which invade the body and cause a variety of separate, definable diseases. In order to get well, you need to identify and then kill whatever … Continue reading Biological Terrain Vs. The Germ Theory

Yoga as complementary medicine: How yoga can support your mental and physical health

Yoga, an ancient practice with origins stemming from ancient Indian philosophy, has become an increasingly popular trend in today’s society. A survey conducted by the Yoga Journal and the Yoga Alliance revealed that the number of Americans practicing yoga increased from 20.4 million to 36 million between 2012 and 2016. Many people use yoga as a relaxing … Continue reading Yoga as complementary medicine: How yoga can support your mental and physical health

Thai medicine’s red physic nut, or wild castor, has a history of use fighting inflammation and cancer

Have you heard of the medicinal plant called red physic nut (Baliospermum montanum)? Also known as wild castor, the red physic nut is a leafy stout undershrub plant that grows in the Middle East and Southeast Asia where it is commonly used in traditional medicine. In Thailand, it is used to treat eczema, muscle and joint inflammation, … Continue reading Thai medicine’s red physic nut, or wild castor, has a history of use fighting inflammation and cancer