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CHEMTRAILS: PROOF OF US MILITARY BIOLOGICAL TESTS ON INNOCENT US CIVILIANS.

Don’t think your government would poison its own citizens? Think again. This is business as usual for those in power.

Criminal biological experimentation like the tests outlined in the short 4 minute video below are routine for the US government, this is not a matter of opinion, but is rather a historical fact.   CHEMTRAILS - DAILY GLOBAL GEO-ENGINEERING. (TE)

Now, with the ongoing spraying of the entire planet with toxic metals and chemicals through the climate engineering programs, we are all literally being poisoned day in and day out. Many of the materials being sprayed over our heads have already been identified by numerous lab tests from around the globe, this mix of toxic metals is quite lethal by itself.

Consider this, at any point in time those in power can put a pathogen in the “climate engineering” mix that could mean game over for us all.

The spraying of our skies MUST be stopped.

http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/chemtrail-testing-on-civilians-and-youre-scared-of-foreign-terrorists/

THE TEN BIZARRE PHENOMENA THAT STILL HAVE SCIENTISTS BAFFLED

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PIC:  ENV UR / WANDERING ROCKS OF DEATH VALLEY – (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

THE 10 BIZARRE PHENOMENA THAT STILL HAVE SCIENTISTS BAFFLED

Great balls of Costa Rica date back to 600AD yet their purpose is unknown

In Serbia and Japan, frogs and other wildlife are said to fall from the sky

Stones slide across the ground under a mysterious force in California

While no one knows how vast shapes appeared in Peruvian sand

Scientists have spent centuries uncovering the many mysteries of the natural world, yet some phenomenon still baffle even the sharpest of scientific minds.

From strange lights in the sky following earthquakes to rocks that spontaneously glide across the ground, these naturally-occurring events from around the world seem to have no purpose or meaning.

Science Uncovered‘s has compiled a list of the top 10 most strange, cryptic and incredible naturally-occurring events from around the world. 

EARTHQUAKE LIGHTS: Ethereal lights that appear in the sky before and during a quake

For mystery, controversy and epic scale, nothing beats earthquake lights – the unexplained illuminations in the sky that can accompany a seismic shudder. 

The mystery: what causes them? The controversy: do they even exist? And the epic status? Well, it’s like an earthquake and a lightning storm all rolled into one. It’s beyond Biblical.

The mystery: what causes them? The controversy: do they even exist? And the epic status? Well, it’s like an earthquake and a lightning storm all rolled into one. It’s beyond Biblical.

Italian physicist Cristiano Ferugia assembled a complete account of earthquake light reports dating back to 2000BC. For a long time, however, geoscientists remained sceptical about the strange phenomena. It wasn’t until 1966 that hard evidence emerged, in the form of photos from the Matsushiro earthquake in Japan.

Now, of course, you have only to head to the internet to come across hundreds of pages full of earthquake light photos, many of dubious authenticity. 

But the lights appear in so many different colours and forms – from red to white to blue, and in globes, flickers and glows – that it’s difficult to spot a fake. 

The various theories include heat caused by friction, radon gas and piezoelectricity – an electric charge accumulating in quartz rocks as tectonic plates move.

In 2003, NASA physicist Dr Friedemann Freund carried out lab experiments, which suggested that earthquake lights are caused by electrical activity in rocks. 

He said shockwaves from earthquakes can change the electrical properties of silicon and oxygen-containing minerals, allowing them to transmit currents and emit light. 

But Professor David Brumbaugh, at the Arizona Earthquake Information Center in Flagstaff, Arizona, thinks the theory can be considered only a ‘possible explanation’ at best.

‘Although Freund’s theory seems promising, the answer may be a bit more complicated,’ he said. Brumbaugh, however, admits he’s not aware of any new research that would be as useful as Freund’s.

READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2528351/From-Costa-Ricas-great-balls-wandering-rocks-Death-Valley-The-10-natural-phenomenon-modern-science-explain.html

 

PIC:   ENV UR/ NAZCA LINES – (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

FLIGHT OVER THE MYSTERIOUS NAZCA LINES IN SOUTHERN PERU – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3ZTVlJXbBE

2. THE NAZCA LINES: Vast shapes drawn in the Peruvian sand by an ancient population – but no one knows why

Covering a 450km2 expanse of coastal desert, the Nazca Lines are oversized artworks etched into the Peruvian plains. Including large geometric designs as well as pictures of animals, plants and rarer human-like figures, they are visible from the air as giant line drawings. 

They are thought to have been created by the Nazca people over a 1,000-year period between 500BC and 500AD, but no one knows why.

Despite World Heritage status, the Peruvian authorities have trouble protecting the Lines from squatters. According to Peruvian law, which protects the landless, squatters only have to stay for a single day in order to be able to stake a claim. 

Last year, reports emerged of Peruvians raising pigs on the artworks. In their view, the site is simply an expanse of wasted space in a region with a rapidly growing poor population.

Meanwhile, archaeologists are trying to study the Lines before they are destroyed. Early claims that the designs formed part of an astronomical calendar have been discredited and, since 1997, researchers working as part of a Peruvian-German collaboration have turned their attention to the history and culture of the people who created them – how they lived and what happened to them.

In 2012, Yamagata University, in Japan, announced that it would open a research centre at the site as part of a 15-year project to study more than 1,000 drawings.

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PIC:  ENV UR / BUTTERFLY NAVIGATION – (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

3. INCREDIBLE BUTTERFLY NAVIGATION: Monarch butterflies find their way thousands of miles to specific mountains

Each year, millions of North American monarch butterflies migrate 2,000 miles south for winter. For years, no one knew where they ended up. 

Then, in the 1950s, Norah Urquhart and her husband Fred, a zoologist, began tagging and tracking the creatures. In 1976, tipped off by a local woodcutter, they climbed to the top of the ‘Mountain of Butterflies’. All the butterflies in North America, it seemed, were in a mountain forest in Mexico. 

That’s not where the story ends. While we know the monarchs target just 12 to 15 Mexican mountain sites, we don’t know how they navigate there. 

Studies suggest they use the position of the Sun to fly south, adjusting for the time of day through circadian clocks in their antennae. But the Sun only gives them a general direction. What guides them towards the Michoacan mountains? 

‘They are funnelled in, probably by landmarks as they reach the overwintering site,’ said Professor Steven Reppert, a monarch expert at the University of Massachusetts. ‘But how they home in is still a mystery.’

Landmarks such as the Gulf of Mexico couldn’t provide enough information to take butterflies all the way, so they must use other short-range navigation systems.

One theory is that a geomagnetic force attracts them, although, says Reppert, ‘that’s never really panned out’. Scientists only recently acquired some of the genetic tools needed to probe the details of their navigation systems. Now they have a full genetic code, they are starting to knock out genes to see how this affects the animals’ sense of direction.

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PIC:  ENV UR / BALL LIGHTNING – (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

4. BALL LIGHTNING: Spheres of light that appear during or after a thunderstorm.

Nikola Tesla, the physicist who invented AC power, supposedly created ball lightning in his lab. He wrote in 1904 that he ‘never saw fireballs, but…succeeded in determining their formation and producing them artificially’. 

It was a surprising claim then, and is perhaps even more surprising now given that modern scientists have struggled to reproduce the results. 

What’s more, many in the scientific community remain sceptical about the existence of ball lightning, full stop. However, eye witness reports of naturally occurring ball lightning were made as far back as the era of the ancient Greeks. 

In mern times, the phenomenon of ball lightning has generally been described as being a luminous sphere that appears during or after a thunderstorm. There have also been reports of lightning balls passing through window panes and down chimneys.

Some theories suggest ball lightning is a plasma, others that it is the result of a chemiluminescent process – light that occurs due to a chemical reaction. 

In August 2013, researchers at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado made and photographed bright white plasmoid balls in their lab. The balls were generated from high-power electric sparks, discharged by electrodes partly submerged in electrolyte solutions.

Even the researchers couldn’t be sure that what they had created was ball lightning. Therefore, they refer to the phenomenon as “ball-lightning-like atmospheric pressure plasmoids”. Slightly less exciting than Tesla’s fireballs, perhaps, but it’s certainly the closest that anyone has come to repeating his work. 

READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2528351/From-Costa-Ricas-great-balls-wandering-rocks-Death-Valley-The-10-natural-phenomenon-modern-science-explain.html

 

PIC:  ENV UR / WANDERING ROCKS OF DEATH VALLEY(IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

5. WANDERING ROCKS OF DEATH VALLEY: Stones that slide across the ground under some kind of mysterious force

At Racetrack Playa in the Death Valley National Park, California, strange forces are at work. Forces capable of pushing heavy rocks across the flat surface of a dried-out lake while no one is looking. 

Scientists have scratched their heads over the trails left by these sliding stones since early in the 20th Century. In the 1960s, Californian geologists started a rock monitoring programme. 

They tracked 30 stones, weighing up to 25kg, 28 of which moved during a seven-year period – some more than 200m. Analysis of the stones’ trails suggested speeds of 1m per second. In most cases, the stones travelled in winter. In the decades that followed, theories about ice and wind gained support. Others involved algal slime and seismic vibrations.

So what’s happening? Are the stones sliding around in bad weather? ‘We think so,’ says Dr Gunther Kletetschka, of the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic and Charles University in Prague, who led a 2013 study on the stones. 

His team’s research describes what happens when water on the Playa surface freezes. According to their theory, ice stuck to the stones remains frozen longer than the surrounding ice – because rock conducts heat away faster. This reduces the force between the rocks and the Playa surface, so they can be pushed by the wind. 

No one has yet caught the stones in the act, and they’ve been strangely still of late. Kletetschka thinks this is due to water levels. ‘The reason for stones not moving recently is the presence of an artificial trench, draining the excess water from the Playa,’ he says.

READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2528351/From-Costa-Ricas-great-balls-wandering-rocks-Death-Valley-The-10-natural-phenomenon-modern-science-explain.html

 

PIC:  ENV UR / THE ANNOYING LOW FREQUENCY HUM (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

6. THE ANNOYING LOW FREQUENCY HUM: An unidentified drone that only some people are able to hear

It sounds like the title of a dodgy horror film about killer bees. The Hum is actually the name given to an irritating low-frequency noise that’s been bothering the locals everywhere from Bristol to Bondi. Here’s the thing, though – not everybody can hear it. Less than one in 20 people can. 

Which is pretty annoying if you’re that one in 20 and nobody will believe you.

Last year, residents of Beaufort in County Kerry, Ireland, begged the local council to deal with a persistent humming noise that had begun the previous April. One resident told the Irish Examiner, ‘Not everybody in the parish has heard the noise, but just because they can’t hear it doesn’t mean it isn’t there.’ The council tried switching off water pumps that residents blamed for The Hum, but it made no difference.

Elsewhere, scientists have attributed The Hum to tinnitus, distant waves crashing, industrial noise and singing sand dunes. In 2006, one New Zealand scientist claimed to have recorded the sound.

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PIC:  ENV URG / CICADA – REAPPEARING CICADAS – (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

7. REAPPEARING CICADAS: Insects that suddenly wake up after nearly 20 years to find a mate

The adolescents emerge from their dark little homes, after a 17-year slumber. They arrive noisy, in a frenzied search for a partner. No, they’re not teenagers on the way to their school prom. They’re cicadas.

Periodical cicadas are, for the most part, quiet and solitary, spending their days burrowing underground. They’re long-lived for insects and don’t mature until their 17th year. In the summer of this year, however, something happens. En masse, they rise from the ground as a plague of lust, in search of mates. 

Two or three weeks later, they die, leaving behind the products of their furtive love-making. The hatchlings worm their way into the soil to start the cycle again. 

The question is: how do they do it? If you were stuck in the dark for a few days, you’d probably have trouble telling the time. These guys don’t. In 2013, they hadn’t been seen since 1996. But that summer, billions of Magicicada septendecim appeared, bang on schedule, to make cicada babies across the eastern U.S. 

It gets weirder. While 17-year cicadas hit the north-east states, the more south-easterly states are struck by an invasion that takes place every 13 years. The connection between 13 and 17? They’re prime numbers.

This has led scientists to speculate that the cicadas’ life cycles evolved to avoid coinciding with those of their predators. Both 13 and 17 have only two factors (one and themselves). 

So, cicadas stayed out of sync with foes that had two- or three-year life cycles. In fact, they avoided every predator with a life cycle longer than one year and shorter than their own. A neat trick, but it doesn’t explain how they keep track of the time.

READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2528351/From-Costa-Ricas-great-balls-wandering-rocks-Death-Valley-The-10-natural-phenomenon-modern-science-explain.html

 

PIC:  ENV URG / RAINING SPRATS AND DOGS – (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

8. RAINING SPRATS AND DOGS. Raining sprats and frogs: When wildlife falls from the skies like rain

In January 1917, biologist Waldo McAtee presented a paper to the Biological Society of Washington, rather disturbingly entitled Showers of Organic Matter. 

The paper’s contents list reads like a recipe for a witch’s potion, covering everything from hay and flesh to ants and toads. In the eight-page report, he dispenses with more spurious claims, while seeming to accept salamander larvae raining down on Minnesota, and showers of sprats, whitings and herrings in the UK.

Odzaci, in Serbia, has supposedly been pelted by frogs, and perch have fallen on Lajamanu, Australia. After tadpoles rained on the Japanese cities of Nanao and Hakusan in 2009, it was suggested birds dropped them. If this were true, though, the tadpoles should have been more widely distributed.

Scientists are sceptical about animal rain, but one simple explanation by a French physicist in the 19th century is that high winds pick up and drop the animals.  

A slightly more complex theory involves a ‘tornadic waterspout’ – a tornado that crosses a pond or lake, sucking in aquatic life as it goes. Fish might be pulled in by the vortex and deposited wherever the waterspout runs out of steam. However, while there seems to be tentative agreement that this would be possible, there are no scientific studies that confirm it. 

McAtee was more concerned with how these chance events might serve population dispersal. ‘Fishes are fated to fall where they cannot survive,’ he wrote. ‘Their inability to live long out of water strictly limits the possibilities of their deriving advantage by wind transport.’

READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2528351/From-Costa-Ricas-great-balls-wandering-rocks-Death-Valley-The-10-natural-phenomenon-modern-science-explain.html

 

PIC:  ENV URG / THE GREAT BALLS OF COSTA RICA – (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

9. THE GREAT BALLS OF COSTA RICA: Giant stone spheres whose purpose is unfathomable

Why the people of pre-Spanish colonisation Costa Rica decided to carve hundreds of giant balls out of stone is as much a mystery today as it was when the balls were discovered. 

The Great Balls of Costa Rica were found by the United Fruit Company in the 1930s, when it was clearing land to turn into banana plantations. Some are as large as two metres in diameter.

Now dated to between 600 and 1000 AD, the balls are known locally as Las Bolas. What makes solving the mystery particularly challenging is there are no written records of the culture of the people who created them. Spanish settlers ensured the indigenous population’s cultural heritage was wiped out.

One of the first investigations of the stones was published in 1943 by archaeologist Doris Stone, who mapped their distribution. University of Kansas anthropologist Professor John Hoopes has dismissed most theories about the stones’ purpose – in particular those concerning lost cities and space ships. 

In 2012, he travelled to Costa Rica to evaluate their potential for World Heritage Status. A decision has not yet been made.

READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2528351/From-Costa-Ricas-great-balls-wandering-rocks-Death-Valley-The-10-natural-phenomenon-modern-science-explain.html

 

PIC:  ENV URG / FOSSILS – IMPOSSIBLE FOSSILS RICA – (IN WORDPRESS article – ‘TEN UNEXPLAINED SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA’)

10. IMPOSSIBLE FOSSILS: The remains of long-dead creatures that crop up in the wrong place

Since the theory of evolution emerged in the 19th century, scientists have been faced with some surprising discoveries that have seemed to defy it. 

Perhaps the most puzzling have been fossils – and, in particular, human fossils – turning up in the ‘wrong’ place. 

Fossilised fingers and footprints uncovered in geographical regions and archaeological time zones they don’t belong to have fuelled creationist arguments and forced scientists to defend Charles Darwin’s widely accepted theory.

Some of these discoveries may yield new information about our ancestry. Others will undoubtedly be revealed as honest mistakes or, at worst, fakes. In one of the most famous examples of a fossil forgery, an apparently human skull was unearthed in the Sussex hamlet of Piltdown in the UK. 

From a series of finds starting in 1911, amateur archaeologist Charles Dawson pieced together fragments that were considered to be from a 500,000-year-old, big-brained human, dubbed Piltdown Man. At first, Piltdown Man’s oversized head led scientists to believe he was ‘the missing link’ between humans and apes. 

But by the 1950s, it had become clear that Piltdown Man was a hoax. His ape-like jaw was not just ape-like – it once belonged to an ape and had been combined with a diseased human skull that radiocarbon dating revealed was less than 1,000 years old. Chemical analysis also showed that the skull was probably stained to make it look older.

The original article appears in issue two of the brand new science magazine, Science Uncovered, on sale now. To find out more about the magazine, visit www.science-uncovered.com.

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NEW SCIENTIFIC STUDY: CELLS RESPOND TO OUR THOUGHTS.

QUOTES-CO/NEGATIVITY – THE CELLS IN YOUR BODY REACT TO EVERYTHING YOUR MIND SAYS. Image

NEW SCIENTIFIC STUDY: CELLS RESPOND TO OUR THOUGHTS.

Thanks to Dr Candice Bert (former Chief of Molecular Biology of the National Institute for Health) we are beginning to understand the mind, the body and the spirit (if you want to call it this way). Years ago, she discovered the endorphines and, consequently, the neuropeptides, currently being studied by hundreds and thousands of scientists.

She was the first one who was able to demonstrate that our thoughts, feelings, emotions and wishes immediately transform into a molecule.

One way to project our thoughts and emotions to our reality is by visualizing them. Believing means creating. We are creators of our own reality. All we have in our lives is the product of what we have in our minds. If you don’t believe it, try to change your thought patterns and see what happens…

Read more at http://www.blogcatalog.com/discuss/entry/new-scientific-study-cells-respond-to-our-thoughts-can-our-dreams-come-true#bzuAfPAmCWcUKGsM.99

5 NATURAL SOLUTIONS FOR UPSET STOMACH

HEALTH / STOMACH – ACHE  

5 NATURAL SOLUTIONS FOR UPSET STOMACH

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It should come as no surprise that in times without pink Pepto Bismol or fizzy Alka Seltzer, there indeed were natural stomach ache remedies, whether the cause be from poor digestion, lack of proper digestive enzymes, or eating a questionable meal. There can be many underlying reasons for a belly ache, including a hiatal hernia and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), but don’t worry – there are natural remedies for these discomforts.

Here are 5 natural stomach ache remedies to replace your pharmaceutical solutions.

5 Natural Stomach Ache Remedies

  • 1. Fennel Seeds – These seeds have been used by numerous cultures for centuries to aid digestion and prevent bloating and gas. They are rich in magnesium, and also act as an antacid and breathe freshener. They also stimulate bile production in the liver, so you can start to rid the body of any unwanted fats in the meals you consume.
  • 2. Peppermint Oil Belly Rub – As said by some people on EarthClinic, peppermint oil can ease bowel spasms, as well as refresh a tired mind (which often happens after over-eating). Mentha Peperita (another name for peppermint) is also full of vitamins A and C, offers Omega 3 fatty acids, and contains potassium, manganese, iron, magnesium, copper, and calcium. Used as an expectorant or rubbed on the belly to ease stomach cramps and digestive discomfort, peppermint oil is excellent for curing an upset stomach.
  • 3. Alfalfa – This herb, also called Lucerne is derived from a legume much like a pea. It can aid in digestion greatly due to the high number of digestive enzymes it contains.
  • 4. Comfrey Root – The bulk of comfrey root works in the intestines to help clear out remnants of digested food, and its mucilage even helps to heal ulcers. Comfrey root can also help destroy intestinal parasites. But comfrey helps with more than just digestion. It is also an emollient, a refrigerant (meaning it alleviates fever or thirst), a diuretic (by helping to stimulate the kidneys), a demulcent (it smoothes the mucous membranes on contact). It can help heal skin wounds and help to stop excessive bleeding. Its one herb that helps with belly aches, and a hundred other things.
  • 5. Go For a Walk to Aid Digestion – When you eat a big meal, walking it off can be one of the best things you can do to aid digestion and prevent stomach aches. It can be a brief walk, but make it brisk, so that you can still breathe easily while ambling along.

Of course there are many, many more stomach ache remedies out there. So don’t forget to share which home remedies for upset stomach you’ve had success with and which ones haven’t worked for you. Everyone is a bit different!

http://naturalsociety.com/5-natural-stomach-ache-remedies-solutions-upset-stomach/#ixzz2UV2QSPxD 

THE WONDERS OF HERBAL TEAS

TEA – HERBAL TEA PIC 

THE WONDERS OF HERBAL TEAS

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Drinking tea isn’t just something you do at lunchtime. The British have been drinking it religiously for hundreds of years, people in the Far East even longer. But tea is not just any other liquid to help quench your thirst. Many herbal teas are known to have far-reaching healing powers.

The health benefits of herbal teas are wide ranging and all natural, helping with everything from acid reflux to irregular blood sugar, stomach cramps to depression.

Herbal teas and their healing powers

Burdock Tea

Burdock tea has long been known for its power to regulate blood sugar. Patients with liver problems have been frequently advised by their physicians to drink burdock tea regularly, as a preventative measure.

Chamomile Tea

This is one of the most popular of all the herbal teas. Chamomile helps with various stomach ailments like acid reflux (heartburn). It has also been known to help deal with anxiety and nervous conditions as well. Others even go so far as to claim it can help with the common cold. Chamomile has been a favorite of tea drinkers for years as a relaxant just before bedtime.

Damiana Tea

Damiana has been touted as an aid to those who suffer from depression. It also serves as a diuretic and a stimulant. Herbal teas like damania and other teas derived from dandelion flowers work well as expectorants, and improve the overall functioning of the liver.

Fennel Tea

Fennel teas are well known for helping with stomach cramps. But what many people don’t know is that fennel also helps with actually putting on weight, and are prescribed by many doctors of cancer patients. Fennel tea has been known to help increase appetite in those who drink it.

Ginger Tea

Ginger tea is very useful in helping those with flu or cold-like symptoms. It is also beneficial for those with allergies, increasing the blood flow and clearing minor blockages. Many allergy doctors recommend the use of ginger tea to their patients for use every day.

Green Tea

This may be the most famous of all the teas. In recent years, green tea has been everywhere, and nowadays you see it in most every big-box and grocery store. The healing properties of green tea are many, and wide ranging. This tea has been known to:

• Increase blood flow

• Fight the flu virus

• Lower blood sugar

• Lower cholesterol

• Fight bacterial infections

• Work as a strong anti-oxidant

Hawthorne Tea

Hawthorne tea is known to help in cleansing the blood and lowering overall blood sugar levels. It is also known to help with complications of the liver and is famous for being fast-acting.

Lemon-balm Tea

Known for its abilities in dealing with many types of stomach problems, as well as helping to lift the moods of those who drink it regularly.

Rosemary Tea

This flavorful tea helps improve circulation while easing joint pains and headaches. It also contains antiseptic properties so can be used as a mouthwash to alleviate ulcers and to gargle with to help relieve sore throats.

http://www.naturalnews.com/040501_herbal_teas_healing_natural_remedies.html#ixzz2UUwM9CuB

RADISH TO REDUCE RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS.

HEALTH / RADISH

RADISH TO REDUCE RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS. 

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The therapeutic benefits of radish juice on the respiratory tract are countless. Due to its high content of vitamin C, B, and other minerals, it is beneficial for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral effects.

Radish juice is effective for relieving respiratory disorders, including cold, flu, cough, asthma, bronchitis and many other lung problems. Add just a little of it into your juice and see its marvelous healing effect.

RECIPE:

– 1 carrot
– 1 green apple
– 2 oranges
– 2-3 small radish
– ¼ lemon

CAUTION: Radish may be a little strong and pungent, so use smaller amount if you don’t like pungent.

Health Benefits of Radish (Daikon)