Friday, January 26, 2018

Italian Pesto - The Blonde Butter Maker

Join The Blonde Butter Maker as she shows us how to make pesto. Smelling this pesto will bring you right back to summer days, and if it's already summer where you live, don't forget to make extra to freeze for the winter!



Italian Pesto - The Blonde Butter Maker

Canada health plan idolized by Dems has worst year ever



Canada health plan idolized by Dems has worst year ever

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Usnea

Medical claims[edit]

According to Paul Bergner, Author of Medical Herbalism. "The usnic acid in Usnea is effective against gram positive bacteria such as Streptococcus and Staphylococcus, making Usnea a valuable addition to herbal formulas for sore throats and skin infections. It is also effective against a bacterium that commonly causes pneumonia Table 19.x shows some conditions that Usnea has been used for in European research."[12]
There is reason to believe that Usnea, in high concentrations, could possess some toxicity.[13] The National Toxicology Program is currently evaluating the issue.[14]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usnea

Related:

List of Natural Antibiotics:

http://welcometohealth.blogspot.com/2014/09/list-of-natural-antibiotics.html

Friday, January 19, 2018

EMERGENCY WARNING: Scientific Journals Confirm Plan To Sterilize You

Mike Adams and Dr. Ed Group join Alex Jones live in studio to issue a warning to the American public, and the world, about the harmful chemicals introduced into our environment, food, and bodies.



EMERGENCY WARNING: Scientific Journals Confirm Plan To Sterilize You

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Tell the Military: Stop Mutilating and Killing Animals



Did you know that the military is mutilating and killing more than 8,500 animals each year?
 It's true and they are using your tax dollars to pay for it.
At U.S. military bases all across the country, soldiers are forced to use live animals for trauma training exercises. Pigs and goats are shot, burned, stabbed or have their limbs broken in order to mimic wounds that could occur on the field.
New advances in science mean that we no longer need to use live animals in order to mimic human battlefield injuries. In fact, the Department of Defense recommended ending the program almost a decade ago.
If passed, the BEST Practices Act would put an end this cruel program once and for all. It would ban the expensive and ineffective trauma drills on live animals while still ensuring that our military medics and others gain the skills they need to save lives on the battlefield.
Thank you,
 Ashley A.
The Care2 Petitions Team