Oregon pediatrician Dr. Paul Thomas said unvaccinated kids were doing so much better when it came to chronic diseases during the Dec. 22 episode of the “Dr. Ardis Show” with Dr. Bryan Ardis on Brighteon.TV. Thomas, who grew up in Africa but graduated from Dartmouth Medical School to become a pediatrician in 1985, said he became aware of what he … Continue reading Dr. Ardis Show: Oregon pediatrician reveals the truth about unvaccinated children
The Spectator editor Fraser Nelson recently had an exchange with Graham Medley, chair of SPI-M, a committee of Sage Modeling, who came up with a pretty grim outlook for the “Omicron” (Moronic) variant of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). It turns out that Sage only churns out worst-case scenarios, Moronic included, that sidestep any possibility of a positive outcome because this is what … Continue reading Covid modelers are fantasizing about wild “scenarios” in which thousands are dying daily from Omicron, even though it’s just another mild cold
What if I can get to you one of the best medicines in the world for free, a lifetime worth of this medicine without cost, would you go for it? With the guaranteed physiological effects of: Increase your immune system Increase oxygen in the body Handle higher levels of carbon dioxide Decrease Stress, Anxiety and … Continue reading Free Medicine For the Coronavirus
Dr. David Brownstein writes, “For over 20 years, I have been writing and lecturing about how the flu vaccine fails nearly all who get it.” Now he says, “Why would anyone get a flu vaccine when it fails 99% who receive it? Why would any physician prescribe a therapy, which is associated with serious adverse effects, that fails 99% who … Continue reading People are Dying from the Flu
Though we know by now that sodium bicarbonate is a most useful medicine for the treatment of cancer and kidney disease and have always known its good for stomach acid imbalances and for cleaning our pools and refrigerators, it is not likely we have thought about it to help resolve our common colds nor to alleviate the … Continue reading Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) for Cold And Flu
You might have heard that echinacea is great at reducing colds. Although that’s an impressive feat on its own, its uses actually extend far beyond that. Here’s a look at the many scientifically-proven benefits of this plant. Part of the daisy family, echinacea is a flowering plant that grows wildly across the eastern and central United States. Its … Continue reading Do you keep echinacea on hand? Check out its many scientifically proven uses
Millions of Americans rely on these popular pills and liquid elixirs to make it through cold and flu season. But could your favorite over-the-counter cold medicine be putting your cardiovascular health at risk? New research suggests so, warning that cold and flu products containing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and decongestants can increase blood pressure levels while … Continue reading Did you know over-the-counter cold medicines can harm your heart?
Many ailments are caused by a nutritional imbalance. Eat too much of the bad stuff and it accumulates in your body, manifesting into a unhealthy condition. Sarah Brewer, a nutritionist, shares her knowledge on a few of the more common ones that plague our society today, which foods can help relieve their symptoms, and which foods … Continue reading 10 Everyday ailments: What causes them, which foods help and which foods to avoid
Source: Do Probiotics Reduce Cold and Flu Risk? by Dr. Edward Group Your immune system is an intricate, highly-involved structure responsible for defending your body against attack from harmful organisms. A number of components strengthen immune health, including probiotics. Recent research has shown certain strains of beneficial bacteria could be helpful against cold and flu. Probiotics, an … Continue reading Do Probiotics Reduce Cold and Flu Risk?
Source: 3 Elderberry Benefits to Boost Your Wellness by Dr. Edward Group Elderberry, scientific name Sambucus nigra, comes from the elder tree, which is native to Europe and parts of Asia and Africa. It also grows across the United States and Canada. Many cultures have appreciated and relied on the elder tree for everything from musical … Continue reading 3 Elderberry Benefits to Boost Your Wellness