Stop Forced Vaccinations


The National Socialist Roots Of Compulsory Vaccination

By Attorney Jonathan Emord

Legislators in thirteen states have introduced bills that would severely constrict or eliminate exemptions from compulsory vaccination, with the intended aim of coercing, cajoling, or forcing those who have not been vaccinated to become so. Those states are California (SB 277); Illinois (SB 1410); Maine (LD 606); Maryland (HB 687); Minnesota (SF 380 and HF 393); New Jersey (S 1147 and A351); New Mexico (HB 522); Oregon (SB 442); Pennsylvania; Rhode Island (S381); Texas (SB 1114; SB 538; HB 2006); Vermont (H212; S87); and Washington (HB 2009).

Amidst hysteria arising from a relatively small number of cases of measles (some 600 last year and some 150 this year), law makers would take away everyone’s rights to liberty and personal autonomy.


Santa Monica residents rally against forced vaccination



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The sad reality is we’ve all been lied to by the US government when it comes to the safety and effectiveness of vaccinations. Vaccines are medical procedures that have little effectiveness with serious known risks, including death. They also contain known carcinogens such as aluminum, formaldehyde, mercury and other toxins.

Fungal Infections

fungal infection

During the summer, the feet sweat more than they usually do, so there is a bigger chance to develop a fungal infection in the area surrounding the fingers. Therefore, it is for the best to be barefoot as much as you can, take care about the hygiene of the feet and if you experience problems with the abovementioned infections, you should follow these advices:

Hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is an ideal tool for destroying bacteria and fungi, so if you soak your feet in a mixture from this compound and water, you can kill the unpleasant fungal infection and prevent its spreading. Add around 100 milliliters of 3% hydrogen peroxide in one liter of distillated water and soak your feet every morning and night for 20 minutes.

Sodium bicarbonate

It is recommended to avoid nylon socks as well as shoes with synthetic insole. Walk barefoot as much as you can. However, if you have to wear closed shoes, destroy all the potential bacteria in them by making a refreshing combination from cold water and sodium bicarbonate (1:3).

Pilling from corn starch

Starch is excellent in absorbing the moisture which makes it a great ingredient for pastes that prevent the appearance of unpleasant bacteria and fungi. Mix half a teaspoon of corn starch with a little bit of warm water. Set the oven to 220 degrees and keep the mixture into the oven until it darkens. Rub this mixture onto your previously dried and clean feet, leave it for 1 minute to react and then wash them off with warm water.

Soak your feet in yogurt!

The yogurt contains live bacteria- acidophilus and therefore it is a great cure for feet infections which develop in the area between the fingers and the nails. The “friendly” microorganisms present in the yogurt kill the fungal infections. Moreover, besides soaking them in yogurt, you can simply rub yogurt all over them and leave the yogurt to dry. Then, just wash off with cold water.

Magnesium Rich Food

magnesium rich food

1.Magnesium prevents cardiovascular diseases.

Low magnesium levels are the single largest contributor to cardiovascular disease, even more so than cholesterol or saturated fat. This has been confirmed by several recent studies and underscores how critical magnesium is to overall health. While you should strive for good cholesterol numbers and minimize fat in your diet, the single most effective thing you can do to mitigate risk of cardiovascular disease is to ensure you’re getting sufficient dietary magnesium.

2.Magnesium regulates high blood pressure.

Recent research has found that magnesium plays a significant role in regulating blood pressure. The European Journal of Clinical Nutrition conducted a meta-analysis of all the research on the relationship between magnesium and blood pressure and found that dietary intake of magnesium of at least 370mg per day lowered blood pressure significantly. There results point to magnesium being an important dietary supplement in preventing hypertension.

3.Magnesium prevents osteoporosis.

One of the many roles that magnesium plays in our body is to facilitate absorption of calcium. Magnesium is the magic ingredient that that turns calcium into strong and hard bones. One cannot do its job without the other and deficient magnesium levels are as much a risk factor for osteoporosis as deficient calcium levels. Ensuring you’re getting enough magnesium will do as much to prevent osteoporosis as supplementing your dietary calcium.

4.Magnesium lowers risk of diabetes.

Specifically, magnesium intake around 350mg-400mg per day significantly lowers the risk of Type 2 Diabetes; studies have found that Type 2 diabetes risk can be lowered by as much as 47% by supplemental magnesium. Magnesium regulates blood sugar in the body, by definition, protecting one from the risk of diabetes.

5.Magnesium is essential to a good night’s sleep.

Magnesium has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of psychological issue from depression to insomnia. Magnesium is a critical element in muscle relaxation, which is itself critical to many psychological processes. In sleep for example, magnesium’s role as muscle relaxant allows for a smooth transition into and through the stages of sleep. Insomnia is a symptom of magnesium defiance, one among many, however this symptom will reduce you quality of life quicker than almost any other.   A good night’s sleep requires a certain amount of magnesium, if you don’t have enough you will be tossing and turning all night, it’s as simple as that.

 6.Magnesium can reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.

As mentioned above, magnesium is extremely important to one’s mental health. In fact, the body uses more magnesium in times of psychological stress. For a person who is already magnesium deficient, this can deplete the body’s reserves and lead to anxiety and depression, and it does for many people. Magnesium, like dopamine, is one of those essential resources your brain needs to function properly. When your brain has to deal with stressful situations, and it doesn’t have enough resources to do that, those situations will be worse. In how magnesium has effect on the brain, it effects our decisions and life outcomes. If you want to live a good life, give your brain all the resources it needs to function at its best.

Remove kidney stones


Recipe for removing kidney stones:

Take 200 grams (1 cup) of millet and rinse them in warm water. Do this procedure in the evening, so that it can rest over the night. Put the millet into a larger pot (about 3 liters) and fill 2/3 of the pot with hot boiled water. Cover the pot nicely and wrapped it up in something warm and let it stay over the night.

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Probiotics 101: Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that the bacteria in your body outnumber your body’s cells 10 to 1? It’s true, and most of them reside in your gut. But there really is no need to panic, most bacteria are quite harmless. Having the right bacteria in there has even been linked to numerous health benefits. This includes weight loss, improved digestion, enhanced immune function, better skin and a reduced risk of many diseases. This leads us to the topic at hand, probiotics. Probiotics are foods or supplements that contain these friendly bacteria, and are supposed to help colonize our guts with health-boosting microorganisms. The importance of this can not be overstated. Taking care of your gut, and the friendly bacteria that reside there, may be one of the single most important things you can do for your health.

Cashew Milk

  • 1 cup raw cashews
  • 4 cups water (divided)
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons maple syrup or honey or agave nectar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • dash sea salt
  • pinch cinnamon (optional)
  1. Soak the cashews in water at least 4 hours, or overnight in the refrigerator. Drain the cashews and rinse until the water runs clear. Add the cashews and two cups water to a blender. Start on a low setting and increase the speed until the cashews are totally pulverized. This could take 2 minutes in a high-powered blender or longer in a regular blender.
  2. Blend in 2 cups more water*, your sweetener of choice, vanilla extract, sea salt and cinnamon (optional). If your blender can’t totally break down the cashews, strain the milk through a fine mesh strainer or cheese cloth. Store the milk in a covered container in the refrigerator. It should keep for 3 to 4 days.