Baking soda is one of the most versatile substances that can be found in the kitchen. An ancient compound that got its start around 4 million years ago, baking soda is normally used in baking due to its powerful leavening properties, which causes the dough to rise. But, baking soda’s uses extend well beyond the kitchen and it can also be … Continue reading It’s not just for baking: 9 ways to use baking soda in your home
Bicarbonate to the Rescue for Fungal and Yeast Infections in COVID Patients
This is an EMERGENCY ALERT about what is happening to COVID hospital patients and, even more importantly, what is happening to the rest of us who are forced to wear masks, which can potentially be more deadly than the virus. Some people have labeled masks as mussels, but a better way of characterizing the situation is … Continue reading Bicarbonate to the Rescue for Fungal and Yeast Infections in COVID Patients
Could spraying children with disinfectant be the new normal?
Although the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t appear to be over yet, many places have effectively “flattened the curve.” And some states have already started to reopen in phases, although most recognize that life won’t return to normal anytime soon. Perhaps one of the big questions on the minds of parents across the nation is this: When … Continue reading Could spraying children with disinfectant be the new normal?
Greatest Civilization Collapse in History
It is not only the greatest it is also the fastest. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought death, pain and suffering around the world and is causing widespread economic and financial hardship. The global economy has screeched to a halt as governments enforced “stay at home” or “shutdown” orders. This has triggered an economic implosion, with … Continue reading Greatest Civilization Collapse in History
Quarantine – Is It Worth It?
“In Santa Clara County the true infection fatality rate is somewhere in the range of 0.12% to 0.2%—far closer to seasonal influenza than to the original, case-based estimates.” Wall Street Journal In the beginning was the Word; the word of the Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) who put tremendous pressure on doctors, … Continue reading Quarantine – Is It Worth It?
Medical Gas Coronavirus Therapy
Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell, MD is a board-certified emergency medicine physician in Brooklyn, New York. He is affiliated with Maimonides Medical Center and is crying out that something is not right in ICU departments across America in terms of how they are treating coronavirus patients. Dr. Isaac Solaimanzadeh, practitioner of Internal Medicine at the Interfaith Medical … Continue reading Medical Gas Coronavirus Therapy
The CDC Never Learned Hydrogen Medicine for the Flu
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) never learns because they do not want to learn. And now that we are right in the middle of flu season people will pay with their lives. Health officials said that 32 people under 65 died from flu in the last seven days, making it the deadliest week of the season … Continue reading The CDC Never Learned Hydrogen Medicine for the Flu
Black Monday and the Collapse of Everything
That worst-case isn’t here yet, or is it? They are already calling today Black Monday as things crash hard all over the planet. At the opening bell the Dow is down 1,884 points or 7.9% making it the greatest collapse of value in history. “It’s an absolute bloodbath,” writes Graham Summers. Ignore events at your … Continue reading Black Monday and the Collapse of Everything
Transdermal Magnesium Therapy
Finally the second edition of my Transdermal Magnesium Therapy book is out and available on Amazon and on my publisher’s site in hardcover, paperback and in E-Book form. You can even get the book for free with a special promotion to celebrate the launch of the book. (See below for details) It is now five years since I started … Continue reading Transdermal Magnesium Therapy
Minimizing the Risks of the CoronaVirus
As the terrifying clamor of Covid-19 sweeping across the planet gets louder we need solid medical advice about what we can do to protect ourselves and our families. People are vulnerable, as ever, to the medical system, which is falling on its own sword of ineptitude. Some words of hope are coming out of China, … Continue reading Minimizing the Risks of the CoronaVirus