Our viewers expressed great demand for a version of our new video that uses narration instead of text subtitles. So our very own Sarah C. Corriher narrates edition 2 of the video in all her British glory. Follow this link to watch it at Youtube, or watch it here using the player below.
Note: The narrated version of the movie can be found here.
We have released a new video, called "Dealing With Doctors". At only 9 minutes long, you have no excuse not to watch it. Rather than describing the video and ruining the surprise, we ask that you watch the video instead, and help us spread it far and wide.
When deworming pets, a large portion of people immediately turn to chemicals, under the assumption that something toxic is needed to kill parasites. Unfortunately, the chemicals are also somewhat toxic to the pets themselves, and should be avoided.
Using a natural substance, cats and dogs can be more effectively dewormed, at any age, and without risks. Diatomaceous earth is a white powder made from fossilized diatoms, a type of algae. It is a fine, abrasive powder (like baking soda) that absorbs large amounts of water. When the powder touches parasites, its microscopic, razor-like edges grate against them and dehydrate them simultaneously. This means that it will likely destroy even blood-borne parasites.
The need for niacin (vitamin B-3) is often marginalized, even amongst the health conscious. Multi-vitamins and B-complex supplements typically contain only negligible amounts of it. Although ensuring an adequate intake of niacin should be paramount considering that about one out of every three people die from heart disease in the industrialized world, and clinical depression effects about one in every ten adults.
Niacin is an essential nutrient that we typically do not get enough of through our diets, due to depleted soils and processed foods. It is found in dairy products, poultry, fish, lean meats, and nuts. Niacin is vital for the proper digestion of foods, as well as maintaining nerve health and repair. It likewise maintains healthy skin.
The water supply in most American cities contains chlorine, fluoride, and varying amounts of dissolved minerals including calcium, magnesium, sodium, chlorides, sulfates, and bicarbonates. It is also common to find traces of iron, manganese, copper, aluminum, nitrates, insecticides, and herbicides. Prescription medications have also been found in the tap water of 41,000,000 American homes. According to the Associated Press, there is a vast array of pharmaceuticals including antibiotics, anti-convulsants, mood stabilizers, and sex hormones in the municipal water supplies. The U.S. Government does not require any testing for drugs in the water supplies; nor does it set safety limits for drug contamination. It will be decades before we know the long-term effects of ingesting random cocktails of partially-digested prescription drugs.
A group of radiation-specific scientists from the University of California have sent a letter of complaint to John Holdren, Assistant to the President for Science and Technology. They declared that there are major health risks stemming from the use of full body scanners that are being used at airports.
"Unlike other scanners, these new devices operate at relatively low beam energies (28keV). The majority of their energy is delivered to the skin and the underlying tissue. Thus, while the dose would be safe if it were distributed throughout the volume of the entire body, the dose to the skin may be dangerously high."
Following our recent article, 'Hospice and the Death Cults of Modern Medicine', Thomas attended another hospice event. This time he went undercover with a secret recording device. You are likely to find the audio from a supposedly Christian chaplain to be quite shocking. Thomas recorded a typical hospice sermon that promoted of despair, doubt, and hopelessness amongst grieving families. This preacher had obviously picked a side, and it was not on the side of Christ. Pay special attention to the phrase "custom of expectation", which is used in place of the word 'hope', and to how the preacher contended that hope ("custom of expectation") is always just part of a delusional state of denial. The preacher also noted that the lighting of the ceremonial candle was to meant to commemorate the hospice deaths ("change that occurred"), instead of commemorating the lives and suffering of those in attendance. He also preached that doubting any doctor or medical procedure is just a feudal act of denial. He brazenly stated that "the change" (death of a loved one) is responsible for "us being here today", and implied that their deaths were therefore a great thing. Finally, we suggest that Christians should listen for the preacher's dastardly pro-pharmaceutical perversion of the book Ecclesiastes to promote euthanasia of the elderly. To this preacher, Ecclesiastes is just "a poem" which is openly mocked in the sermon. We shall not spoil the surprise ending by elaborating too much. You really need to hear it for yourself. Even the preachers for hospice are pro-pharmaceutical death cultists and death-worshipping appologists. Listen to this, and any doubts about our reporting of this topic should get quickly wiped away.
Most people associate hospices with hopelessness, and accept that they are a necessity. After all, all of us must eventually die; even Health Wyze Report readers. However, there is a much darker side to hospice. They are a symbol of death and a cult of death worship.
Upon entrance to a hospice, the visitor is immediately depressed by the imagery. The lighting is dim, and dust covered plastic flowers are the only thing to provide solace. Live plants would clean the air and symbolize life, but the artificial plants symbolize death and stagnation. Paintings of distant lands that the dying will never visit hang upon the walls. The air is filled with synthetic air fresheners, as if trying to mask the smell of decay.
Diarrhea is not the most pleasant topic to read about, but sooner or later, it is an issue that everyone is forced to take an interest in. We have all been there, and none of us want to return. This gentle anti-diarrhea formula works impressively well. The ingredients may be surprising; because in a homeopathic sense, they normally have the opposite effect. We understand how the ingredients manage to fix the problem; but frankly, most readers do not want the details. The important thing is that it works very well. In the worst cases, it can take up to 2 hours for it to fully activate, so there may be one or two final trips to the restroom. When it does activate, it works better than anything else, and it is unlikely to be needed again for the remainder of the illness.
In the 18th century, the hemp plant was used extensively for everything from clothing to ship sails. It is extremely strong and lightweight, so there is a plethora of industrial applications. America's Founding Fathers grew it, and the U.S. Constitution was written upon hemp paper. Yet it is now illegal to grow in the United States. It is nonetheless making a comeback. Hemp-made clothing is now available, and hemp bricks are being used to built select homes. Hemp oil is the easiest and most renewable oil in existence; so it could therefore solve many of our economic problems, including our dependence on petroleum. Furthermore, it does not produce severely toxic fumes as petrochemical products do. When burnt, it produces only carbon dioxide (not monoxide), which benefits plants, and thus the overall environment. Its financial threat to the petrochemical industry plays a large role in why it is illegal to grow it in the U.S.