Prepping essentials: The medicinal and survival uses of baking soda

Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, is a versatile household product with a variety of medicinal and practical uses. It’s used to eliminate bad odor, clean stains, soothe stomachache and even extinguish small fires. Such a multi-purpose product should automatically secure a spot in your survival stockpile. But if you’re still not convinced, here’s a list of some of the medicinal and survival uses … Continue reading Prepping essentials: The medicinal and survival uses of baking soda

Stopping 5G rollout will protect the public from harmful radiation that can cause CANCER and DNA DAMAGE

Earlier this month, much of the focus during the unveiling of Apple’s new iPhone 12 was on its 5G capability. Promising dizzying speeds and higher-quality streaming, they assured the public that 5G is the way of the future. Wireless carriers wasted no time getting in on the act, offering incredible promotions on the handsets in … Continue reading Stopping 5G rollout will protect the public from harmful radiation that can cause CANCER and DNA DAMAGE

Top 5 reasons NOT to get a flu shot

Ask yourself right now why the flu shot is almost always free, when all other preventative “medicine” costs a small fortune, even with insurance? In 1986, the vaccine industry as a whole was going bankrupt because they were fighting off so many lawsuits, so they went and lobbied Congress, who established the National Childhood Vaccine … Continue reading Top 5 reasons NOT to get a flu shot

Another 25 citizens pronounced DEAD from the flu shot in Korea

The South Korean government is currently offering free flu vaccines to 19 million people across the country. The Korean Medical Association has deduced that the flu vaccine could potentially offset complications from covid-19, promising to keep people healthy and out of the hospital. This same theory (that a flu shot would stop covid-19) was peddled by the New … Continue reading Another 25 citizens pronounced DEAD from the flu shot in Korea

Reversing diabetes may be possible if patients lose weight within the first 5 years of diagnosis: Study

Type 2 diabetics who lose weight in the first year after their diagnosis have a higher likelihood of remission, according to a recent study by researchers at the University of Cambridge. The conventional medical industry uses the term “remission” to mean reversal of diabetes. First author Hajira Dambha-Miller, a physician from Cambridge’s Department of Public Health and Primary Care, said that people who … Continue reading Reversing diabetes may be possible if patients lose weight within the first 5 years of diagnosis: Study

Research reveals: Humans have a “salamander-like regenerative capacity” to regrow cartilage in joints

According to a recent study by Duke University scientists, humans possess an uncanny ability to regrow cartilage in their joints, much like salamanders, which are known for their remarkable ability to recover from damage to their body. This process, according to a paper published in Science Advances, is linked to the presence of certain molecules in the body that encourage the … Continue reading Research reveals: Humans have a “salamander-like regenerative capacity” to regrow cartilage in joints

Researchers find strong evidence linking artificial sweeteners to asthma

Even moderate consumption of fructose and high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) from soda, fruit drinks and apple juice corresponds to a higher risk of asthma in adults. This is the finding of a recent study by independent researcher Luanne DeChristopher and Katherine Tucker from the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell), published in the British Journal of Nutrition. Their study found that … Continue reading Researchers find strong evidence linking artificial sweeteners to asthma

Silymarin from milk thistle can prevent hand-foot syndrome, a common side effect of chemotherapy, reports study

Silymarin, the active ingredient in milk thistle (Silybum marianum), is a flavonoid commonly used to treat liver disorders. But a recent study suggests that silymarin can also be used to reduce the harmful side effects of chemotherapy. In a recent study, researchers from Mashhad University of Medical Sciences (MUMS) in Iran found that topical application of silymarin can reduce the … Continue reading Silymarin from milk thistle can prevent hand-foot syndrome, a common side effect of chemotherapy, reports study

Medicinal plants: The survival uses of eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is a fast-growing tree that’s native to Australia. It has a distinct chemical makeup that lends itself to several medicinal and household uses. Its antiseptic, antifungal and anti-inflammatory effects stem mostly from the compound eucalyptol, a common ingredient in mouthwash and cough suppressant. There are more than 400 hundred different species of eucalyptus. Eucalyptus globulus, or blue gum, is … Continue reading Medicinal plants: The survival uses of eucalyptus

Don’t overdo it: Extreme physical exertion linked to impaired decision-making

Regular exercise is essential for good health. Too much exercise, however, can tire out the brain and cause mental fatigue associated with impulsive behavior and poor decision-making, according to new research. Published in the journal Current Biology, the findings showed that exercise overload led to the diminished activation of the lateral prefrontal cortex, an area of the brain that is critical for … Continue reading Don’t overdo it: Extreme physical exertion linked to impaired decision-making