9 Eco-Friendly Ways to Make Baking Soda Part of Your Routine

Source: 9 Eco-Friendly Ways to Make Baking Soda Part of Your Routine by Dr. Edward Group   Wouldn’t it be great if there was a versatile, eco-friendly substance that could clean everything from your teeth to your oven safely and effectively? That could gently soothe your skin and freshen the air in your home? Well, this … Continue reading 9 Eco-Friendly Ways to Make Baking Soda Part of Your Routine

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

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

Medical Apocalypse Drives the World

That worst-case isn’t here yet, but social activity is grinding to a halt. What we are witnessing is a rapid shift in world fortunes without precedent. Just one example is the airline industry, whose level of activity is dropping like a stone. Airports around the world support ecosystems of restaurants, stores, taxis and hotels that … Continue reading Medical Apocalypse Drives the World

Non Pharmaceutical Infection Control

Infectious control in the 21st century certainly is not going to be anything like that of the 20th century. The age of antibiotics is about over as great harm has been done to the world’s populations with them. We have come close to compromising our biological existence with the reckless overuse of antibiotics. Now we … Continue reading Non Pharmaceutical Infection Control

Natural Allopathic Emergency Medicine for Flu

Five years ago, I published an intelligent protocol against influenza that involves the use of the basic emergency room and intensive care medicines that are an integral part of Natural Allopathic Medicine. Magnesium chloride, iodine, sodium bicarbonate, selenium, vitamin C and vitamin D3 (if possible through sun exposure) are all medicines that help patients resist … Continue reading Natural Allopathic Emergency Medicine for Flu

Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) for Cold And 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

Weight Loss Via Baking Soda and Reduced Breathing

Ever wonder why it is so difficult if not impossible to lose weight when you are eating practically nothing? Many people go on intensive diets and do lose weight only to see the pounds come back the moment they end their diet. This is more than frustrating! Everyone comes out with a different diet with … Continue reading Weight Loss Via Baking Soda and Reduced Breathing

Dosages and Treatments for Coronavirus Infections

Because we are in the middle of a declared international health crisis I will start each essay with an update. I am quickly writing a booklet on the coronavirus and how to treat it to maximize the chances one will not die from it. So far the news is not being overly dramatic, meaning things … Continue reading Dosages and Treatments for Coronavirus Infections

Coronavirus Epidemic – Should We Panic Yet?

Chris Martenson writes, “Once a pandemic spreads to my neck of the woods, I’m not going to be doing anything in the company of strangers. No shopping, no going to restaurants, and especially no traveling in closed up metal tubes with recirculated air (i.e. planes and trains). I won’t be alone in those behaviors. How … Continue reading Coronavirus Epidemic – Should We Panic Yet?