Yes, it’s a sad fact that despite massive expenditures on medical treatments and drugs, Americans are sicker than ever before in our history. One might wonder why the so called “miracle drugs” manufactured and promoted by pharmaceutical companies—not to mention the highly touted medical “breakthroughs”—have neither prevented nor cured disease in this country.
(Popular Science) – If your thing is keeping your finger on the pulse of popular science studies, then it wouldn’t surprise you the least bit to hear that we have been experiencing a heavy volume of requests asking us about Cannabidiol Pills and their validity. Cannabidiol or CBD is a popular alleviate for celebrities and has been used to treat various conditions, including chronic cardiovascular disease, cancer and other ailments. But what gives? Certainly a cannibus based substance cannot be legal for ingestion. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive component of Cannabis that has a wide range of therapeutic benefits and is 100% legal in all 50 states! CBD is naturally occurring in the Hemp plant and according to the United States own government patent #6,630,507 it supports the nutritional health of aging bodies. Cannabanoids are found to have particular application as neuro- protectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neuro-degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
Benefits of Cannabidiol That Have Been Clinically Validated:
- Reduces nausea and vomiting
- Suppresses seizure activity
- Combats psychosis disorders
- Combats inflammatory disorders
- Combats neurodegenerative disorders
- Combats tumor and cancer cells
- Combats anxiety and depression disorders
In the Copper Canyons of Mexico, a forgotten tribe of Native Americans is virtually immune to most of the common health problems Americans face today.
“When it comes to the top 10 health risks facing American men, the Tarahumara are practically immortal: Their incidence rate is at or near zero in just about every category,” reports Men’s Health magazine.
In fact, the few Westerners who have lived among them report seeing no Western disease.
The truth is out there…
I’m no stranger to various kinds of self help books, having read a number of them over the years. But it was only recently that I became a “true believer”, having stumbled upon this particular health guide, The Miracle Cure, by Kevin Richardson.
I have to admit, having heard of The Miracle Cure for the first time, I wasn’t very convinced. Is there ever a Cure out there, no matter what it may be targeted for? Or is it just some more hocus-pocus?
First, I’d have to say that there’s quite a bit of theory and stuff inside The Miracle Cure.
But hey, it is not excessive to me, because it adequately illustrates the important studies and research done to explain about The Miracle Cure, especially relevant to the skeptic me.
By now, you must be very curious. What is the Miracle Cure I’m talking about?
Rene Caisse and her Herbal Cancer Treatment ESSIAC!
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On a fateful day in 1922 Canadian nurse Rene Caisse happened to notice some scar tissue on the breast of an elderly English woman. The woman said that doctors had diagnosed her with breast cancer years before. However, the woman didn’t want to risk surgery nor did she have the money for it.
The English woman had met an old Indian medicine man in the 1890s who told her that he could cure her cancer with an herbal tea. The woman took the medicine man’s advice, and consequently she was still alive nearly thirty years later to pass on this herbal remedy to Nurse Caisse.
About a year later, Rene Caisse was walking beside a retired doctor who pointed to a common weed and stated: “Nurse Caisse, if people would use this weed there would be little cancer in the world.” Rene later stated: “He told me the name of the plant. It was one of the herbs my patient named as an ingredient of the Indian medicine man’s tea!” [I Was Canada’s Cancer Nurse] The “weed” was sheep sorrel. In a 1974 letter to Dr. Chester Stock of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute, Rene Caisse stated: “Who in the world would ever think to find a solution to cancer in a common meadow?” [THE ESSENCE OF ESSIAC, p. 127]
In 1924 she decided to test the tea on her aunt who had cancer of the stomach and was given about six months to live. Her aunt lived for another 21 years, cancer free.
Rene Caisse (pronounced “Reen Case”) later gave the tea to her 72-year old mother who was diagnosed with inoperable cancer of the liver, with only days to live. Her mother recovered and lived without cancer for another 18 years.
“The truth is out there…”
Yes, it’s a sad fact that despite massive expenditures on medical treatments and drugs, Americans are sicker than ever before in our history. One might wonder why the so called “miracle drugs” manufactured and promoted by pharmaceutical companies—not to mention the highly touted medical “breakthroughs”—have neither prevented nor cured disease in this country.FACT: Americans spend more on health care, yet are sicker than most other people in the world. Americans suffer from higher incidences of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, lung disease and a host of other diseases even though all those diseases are both preventable and curable.
Americans are spending over $2 trillion dollars on health care, and that figure is expected to reach the $3 trillion mark by the end of the decade. Over $1 trillion dollars of the spending is on pharmaceutical drugs.
With these kinds of revenues, there is no incentive on the part of the pharmaceutical industries to promote better health. They are the most profitable industry in the world, enjoying average profit margins of 30,000% to 50,000% on pharmaceutical drugs over the cost of raw materials. Sometimes, their markups can be as high as 569,000%! The average business person in his right mind wouldn’t dare walk away from such profits, and would do almost anything to ensure that the trillion-dollar cash cow remains intact.
When Kenneth Henson first developed ranch dressing in 1949, the recipe was pretty simple. The combination of buttermilk, garlic, onion, and fresh herbs tasted so fresh, so wholesome that customers at his Hidden Valley Ranch in Santa Barbara, Calif. went nuts for it. Henson eventually sold both the ranch and the dressing, and the rest is history.
Now, ranch dressing is the most popular salad dressing in the United States. But the stuff sold on grocery stores shelves today is a far cry from Henson’s original recipe. The leading brand lists vegetable oil as the first ingredient, followed by xanthan gum, modified food starch, and monosodium glutamate (MSG). Not exactly fresh, or good for you.
Thankfully, there’s a better way to get your fix: Primal Kitchen Ranch Dressing. It has all the garlicky, creamy flavor of the original, without the dairy, sugar, or artificial ingredients. Plus, Primal Kitchen ranch dressing is organic, gluten-free, Paleo-friendly, and compatible with Whole30 diets.
Now you’re probably thinking: the foods usually served with ranch dressing aren’t exactly healthy, either. That’s where we come in. Check out this roundup of our favorite pizza, burger, and wings recipes—made a little bit more nutritious, so you can enjoy them with a clear conscience. Don’t forget the Primal Kitchen Ranch Dressing!
Cool down these spicy buffalo cauliflower “wings” with a side of ranch. Though they’re completely vegetarian, the buttery buffalo sauce gives each bite a savory, hearty flavor reminiscent of real meat.
A cayenne-laced batter is the spicy secret to our gluten-free fried chicken wings, which are perfect for dipping. Serve them with celery stick and baby carrots, sports bar–style.
When you order a protein-style burger at a restaurant, it often comes with just a touch of sauce (whether ketchup, mustard, mayo, or some combination thereof). Sometimes, that’s just not enough. But when you make your own sliders at home, no one will judge you for slathering on the ranch.
Mushrooms aren’t just a burger topping—here, they’re the bun, too! Sandwich portobello caps around bacon, caramelized onions, goat cheese, avocado, and tomato for a slider you won’t soon forget.
Potatoes aren’t the only root vegetable you can turn into french fries. Slightly sweet parsnips crisp up nicely—especially when you fry them twice in lard.
Has any food-condiment pairing ever been more perfect than pizza and ranch dressing? Don’t think so. Skip the greasy pepperoni, and opt for a gluten-free and Paleo-friendly breakfast pizza dressed up with bacon, eggs, mushrooms, and spinach instead.
Here’s a great alternative to those mystery meat chicken nuggets from the drive-thru. Our version is made from ground chicken, coconut flour, and flaxseeds, and baked to perfection.
Chopping all the ingredients—chicken, hard-boiled eggs, tomatoes, avocados, lettuce—before assembling the salad keeps every bite perfectly balanced. Take the recipe up a notch by omitting the lemon vinaigrette, and drizzling creamy ranch over the top.
Photo credit: Alicia Cho