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Thursday, 30 October 2008 16:59

Solving Mold Problems

MarleneHudson.pngEveryone is affected in one way or another in dealing with ridding mold effectively and permanently. Whether you are trying to sell a house or concerned about the health of your small children, mold is a recurring problem. Typically a problem of moist climates, it has grown to a more global problem with flooded homes, towns and neighborhoods.

The universal solution to killing mold has always been a bleach solution even though it does not kill mold spores, but in fact encourages their return! The good news is there is a true solution to this growing epidemic in our homes.  Essential oils. Pure essential oils must be distilled properly and be free of synthetic properties.  While all essential oils kill microbes, certain oils destroy specific ones more effectively. It has been discovered that no pathogens (germs) can survive in cinnamon oil. Clove is additionally a powerful bactericidal.

Monday, 22 September 2008 15:54

Body Work


A word we could use for the basis of every disease in the human body is the word “STOPPAGE”.  We could have a stopped flow to any area whether it’s the blood stream, the lymphatic flow, even the nerve supply.  Stoppage is the BASIC, on why any area of the body gets diseased.  This is a case where the body can’t get nutrition in, and also can’t get the wastes out. 

Many people think of nutrition as “Food IN through the mouth and Waste OUT through the bowel”.  But every cell in your body needs to be fed.  You can drink the most nutritious juices and take the greatest most potent herbs in the world, and even assimilate them into your blood, BUT unless that nourished blood gets to the exact cell that needs it, that cell won’t get fed and IT WON’T GET WELL!!!

The power of bodywork is amazing.  MASSAGE and EXERCISE can get more blood circulating through the body and nourishment delivered to the organs, increasing the amount of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and enzymes from your juices and herbs to that organ.  It also gets wastes such as Carbon Dioxide, Toxins and Poisons out of those cells.  This all has to happen through your blood and your lymphatic systems.

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Thursday, 14 August 2008 21:09

Saba for Life

PeterBlackerbary.pngWhat’s all the Buzz about Adaptogens?

Why are doctors, nutritionist and athletic trainers clamoring to get it to their clients and friends? I’ve been taking vitamins minerals and eating healthy for years and I had not heard of adaptogens until now...

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Can You Be Labeled Crazy for Using Your Computer?For anyone who owns a computer or has a cell phone that they use for text messaging, you may want to take a look at what is bout to come down the pipeline of psychiatry’s fraudulent and ever-tiring attempt to label us all “crazy”. In The American Journal of Psychiatry this month, Dr. Jerald J. Block, Psychiatrist, announced that “Internet addiction appears to be a common disorder that merits inclusion in DSM-V” (The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual).  At the bottom of the article it states, “Dr. Block owns a patent on technology that can be used to restrict computer access.”   What better way, then, to announce a mental health disorder that encompasses the use of computers and text messaging?

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Thursday, 03 April 2008 16:10


It’s National Nutrition Month®, and Cabot Creamery Cooperative® offers

Americans healthy recipes to promote longer, happier lives as they age

CABOT, Vt. (February 19, 2008) – March is National Nutrition Month, and in support of the American Dietetic Association’s campaign to promote the importance of eating a healthy, balanced diet, Cabot Creamery Cooperative is helping Americans learn to eat better, smarter and healthier.  Research by the US Department of Health & Human Services shows that eating a variety of healthy foods in the proper proportions can help adults lengthen and improve their lives by reducing the risk of chronic diseases like obesity, hypertension, diabetes and cancer.


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