It’s amazing how much people have distanced themselves from nature and it’s products. Take honey for example, it is far sweeter than sugar and it has some awesome health benefits for you, but people still don’t take advantage of it and use processed sugar in their everyday life. Maybe after you read all the good honey can do, you might start using it as a substitute fro sugar whenever possible. Continue reading
Growing your own medicinal garden is so easy, there might even be some herbs already growing in your back yard. Since many common culinary herbs have a long history as traditional medicines, you might want to consider planting a few. It can only do you good!
1. German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)
As one of the best herbs for treating stress, infections, and stomachaches it’s worth having it in your garden. Make a tea, or treat your hair with it if you want it to change its color to lighter nuance. It tolerates many types of soils, but sandy, well-drained soil is most preferable.
2. Common Sage (Salvia officinalis)
Throat inflammation, bronchitis and asthma may be treated as well. All you have to do is dry the leaves and then eat them or brew them in a tea.
Keep in mind that you should cover the tea with a lid for 10 minutes just to avoid evaporation of the key ingredients. Sage thrives in hot and dry climates but it can also grow in milder climates. Sandy soil and a sunny spot will do.
3. Lavender (Lavandula)
Lavender isn’t only used for the scent, it’s also a mild antidepressant which benefits the nervous system. Lavender oil is added to hot baths in order to alleviate stress, insomnia and tension. When used in creams it treats acne and sunburns. It has no trouble growing in hot, sunny and dry environments. The small fresh flowers are added to salads, butter, lemonade, honey and cookies. Dried lavender flowers keep moths away when put in a small cotton bag between clothes.
4. Peppermint (Mentha x Piperita)
This is a very effective herb when it comes to treating dyspepsia, colonic spasms, gastric emptying disorders and irritable bowel syndrome. It also improves bile flow and calms intestinal muscles. Continue reading
Aluminum is naturally occurring in the Earth’s crust. It exists in soil, plants and water, it’s something we can’t completely avoid, but we don’t need to be consuming it.
So is there really a problem here?
Studies show that food cooked in aluminium foil can contain up to more than six times the level of safety for consumption.
Chemical engineering researchers at the American University of Sharjah, found that a single meal cooked in aluminium can have up to 400mg of the metal in it.
Here’s the kicker: Continue reading
Alright lets break this down:
- The pyramid of Giza is made up of around 2,300,000 stone blocks that weigh anywhere from 2 to 50 tons.
- An average person can lift around 50 pounds and there are 2000 pounds in a single ton. It can take 20+ people to move a single ton. With 20,000 – 30,000 people, they would have had to move 315 blocks per day for 20 years to build the pyramids.
- Supposedly the stones were moved with a lever system and wetted sand, being pushed from places like Aswan, over 500 miles away. The pyramids we covered in a white limestone that reflected the sun; generating a massive amount of energy.
- Then, it’s said that the pyramids were created from the inside out with a spiraling internal ramp. There is no depiction of this in any hieroglyph.
- The Pyramid of Menkaure, the Pyramid of Khafre and the Great Pyramid of Khufu are all precisely aligned with the Constellation of Orion.
- The way the stones were cut with such precision has yet to be re-created.
Go into this article understanding:
- The existence of aliens is no new phenomenon.
- Everything exists; the underlying fabric of existence is a single energetic structure of geometry expressed infinitely.
- This topic, usually, is immediately dismissed and anyone having alternative beliefs is considered just a conspiracy lovin’ crack pot.
Where’s the discussion?
This isn’t about convincing, but displaying the facts, and actually making an objective observation. So far, we’ve been unsuccessful in recreating the construction of a similar pyramid. The fact that haven’t been able to stack close to even 50 stones, and they’ve precisely constructed over 2 million, just doesn’t make sense. Continue reading
In alternative medicine, celery is commonly used for cleansing the body (especially the blood), strengthening the nerves and as a cure for bladder disease because it stimulates the secretion of urine. Celery also refines the liver, lowers blood sugar levels and blood pressure. It contains very few calories, so it’s a useful food during weight loss. It is most useful if eaten raw and is not recommended for people with diseased kidneys and pregnant women.
Here are some ways you can use celery to aid certain diseases:
Celery and lemon against high cholesterol
To prepare this drink you need:
– 3 lemons
– 500 grams of fresh leaves and stalks of celery
– 1 liter of water
Boil the water and leave it to cool.
Wash the lemon well, cut it into pieces, together with its peel. Also cut the celery rough. Now, blend the lemon and celery. When it gets nice and pasty, pour the boiled water and mix thoroughly.
Cover and let it sit overnight and in the morning, strain and pour the drink into a glass bottle.
Drink in the morning and in the evening 500 ml, before meals.
This potion against high cholesterol has no side effects and can often reduce the level of triglycerides in the blood. It is desirable during this kind of treatment to avoid sweets. After 2-3 months check cholesterol levels.
If possible prepare the drink from organic unsprayed lemon.
Celery tea against rheumatism
Boil 1/2 l of water then insert 20 grams of celery leaves, cover and let it boil for 2-3 minutes. Remove from the heat and leave it covered to cool. Strain and drink during the day. For the treatment of rheumatism it is desirable to drink 4 cups of this tea daily for a period of 4-6 weeks.
Celery and Honey
Celery and honey will help the exhausted body to recover faster. This takes grated celery root mixed with two tablespoons of honey. Take one teaspoon of the mixture several times a day.
Spirit Science episodes have finally hit the big Three-Zero! How exciting! In continuing the Chakras series, this one begins to break into the question of how the pattern of Chakras relates to things beyond the individual. How does it apply to a group, to a country, to a whole species? Check it out!
To me, this episode is sort of a bridge between the other parts in the Chakra series, including the one to come. It will flow really well in the movie, but I understand that it’s still a pretty short video.
The concept here is essentially that even in large groups or communities, the pattern of the chakras is still true. It’s not just applicable to the individual, but the entire populous that you’re observing.
In this video we compare countries like USA to older countries like India. Now, there was some debate in the comments about the specifics of WHY countries like India are poor. In this video i’m not meaning to say they decided to be poor because they reached a higher level, but rather that during their evolution, they reached a level where they were far more interested in their higher centers, their religion, their understanding of God, and put more energy and effort into that rather than sustaining strong physical centers.
However, when other countries came along that were younger, and more interested in pushing the limits of their lower centers, a lot of these older countries that didn’t have a military or great wealth were kicked to the curb, used for labor and stuff like that. There are a lot of politics and economics that i’m not going to get into here, but I think you get the idea.
So there are a few different patterns to observe here. By the act of observing them, we can evolve our own consciousness and ultimately bring ourselves, our families, our communities, countries, and species up in consciousness.
Thanks for reading!