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Graviola Tree and Paw Paw Treatments by R. Webster Kehr Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. TREATMENT RATING: This cancer protocol is rated ONLY as being effective on newly diagnosed cancer patients who do not have a fast-growing cancer and their cancer has not spread significantly!! If you are an advanced cancer patient who has had a lot of chemotherapy, radiation or surgery or you have a potentially fast-growing cancer, do not use this protocol as your primary cancer treatment, use one of the protocols linked to on this web page:Chapter on Treatments Rated For Advanced Cancer Patients How It Works These products come from trees in the tropical areas of South and North America. Before reading this warning, please read the “What Causes Cancer” article linked to on the left side-bar. Most of the new technology cancer treatments include electromedicine or nutritional protocols. Protocols that use electromedicine (e.g. The reason is that several of the newer protocols kill microbes inside the cancer cells.

The Medicine Cabinet in Your Kitchen – Ten Top Common Healing Herbs and Spices 1. CAYENNE - Cayenne pepper has wonderful cardiovascular benefits, including lowering blood pressure. Famed herbalist Doctor John Christopher noted that a couple of teaspoons of cayenne pepper never failed to stop a heart attack in only minutes. When added to food, cayenne increases appetite, improves digestion and relieves gas, nausea and indigestion. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. The above list barely scratches the surface of all the wonderful healing herbs and spices nature has provided for our “kitchen medicine cabinet”. Sources included: Join Wake Up World's Ever Evolving Social Communities Facebook Pinterest Google Plus Twitter Share your thoughts by adding your comments below.

The Ultimate In Heirloom Wheat Arrives At Seed Vault : The Salt A few days ago, amid darkness and freezing winds, thousands of small packages of seeds were carried into an underground storage vault on a remote Arctic island. That vault holds a growing collection of seeds from all the different kinds of crops around the world that humans grow for food. The seeds — 740,000 samples and counting — are stored inside a mountain on a group of islands called Svalbard, which is legally part of Norway, but is located far out in the Arctic Ocean, just 600 miles from the North Pole. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault — along with dozens of other, less-secure collections around the world — is supposed to preserve a vital part of the world's botanical gene pool; in this case, all the varieties of corn or peas or tomatoes that have disappeared from farmers' fields. Those varieties disappeared because farmers turned to varieties that promise bigger harvests and greater profits. The preserved seeds "are the last remnants of these varieties," he says.

Making Sustainability Legal Sightline Project istock Some of the smartest, most innovative solutions for a sustainable Northwest are, at present, simply illegal. Will Seattle Be the City to Kill ‘Ridesharing’ Companies? Proposed taxi(ish) regulations make everyone go berserk. How is Parking like a Sandwich? In parking, as with ham-on-rye, there is no free lunch. To the Victors Go the Sofas As California overturns its feckless flammability standard, (nearly) everyone rejoices! Spot-less? Parking quotas may wither away. Parking Break Cities are already ditching parking quotas. Curb Appeal What if you could charge rent for “your” street space? There’s a Place for Us A SF pilot project is step one toward park-topia. Calling Out Cabs Four charts from Seattle's taxi demand study. Park Raving Mad, Cartoon Edition How cities invent parking quotas, in 71 animated seconds.

5 so-called health foods you should avoid The oil is the healthiest part of a nut, containing most of the nutrients, so there’s no advantage to taking it out. In fact, it’s worse because it robs the peanut butter of its health benefits. “Reduced-fat peanut butter has as many calories and more sugar than the regular,” says Bonnie Liebman, nutrition director for the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Instead: Buy regular peanut butter. Enhanced water Drinks such as Vitaminwater are essentially sugary drinks with a vitamin pill. Instead: Drink water, ideally from the tap (“Eau du Potomac,” as it’s known locally). Energy bars The reputation of these bars, also known as meal replacement bars, is that they are healthy, aid in weight loss or help build muscle. Instead: Snack on fruit or veggies for weight loss and yogurt for muscle gain. Multigrain foods Multigrain breads, crackers and cereals are often the most confusing foods. Non-fried chips and crackers Instead: Try Wasa or Finn Crisp Original Rye crackers. architecture home trees forestry USDA » There’s a fascinating article in today’s Home section of the New York Times about forester-architect Roald Gunderson and partner Amelia Baxter and their company Whole Tree Architecture and Construction. Gunderson explains the structural, aesthetic and environmental benefits of building with whole trees. Photos and accounts of the projects they’ve built for themselves and local farmers are stunning. Baxter, a one-time urban farmer, also runs a forest foraging CSA and grows an impressive amount of food in their 20 x 100-foot passive solar greenhouse. We’re so impressed with the practical, affordable and simple life that they’ve created. If you liked it, share it!

The Aspartame Trap: You May Be Unknowingly Ingesting this Toxic Sweetener Home » unhealthy » The Aspartame Trap: You May Be Unknowingly Ingesting this Toxic Sweetener The risk of artificial sweeteners is still very real. Aspartame is used as a substitute sweetener in thousands of products. Most diet sodas, processed foods and candies contain this ‘alternative’ to sugar. Aspartame is marketed not by its real name, but through products like Equal and NutraSweet. One study actually found that 67% of female rats exposed to aspartame developed tumors roughly the size of golf balls or larger. When you consume an aspartame-sweetened product, its effect can translate into a number of neurological symptoms like headaches, fatigue, vision problems, and anxiety. Aspartame Linked to Cancer, Contains Genetically Modified Bacteria Due to the neurological effect aspartame has, its continued use can be expected to lead to many forms of neurological diseases as well as cancer. But who is most at risk for unknowingly consuming aspartame? Source: Natural Society

The Five Principles Of Preparedness This article was written by Phil Burns and originally published at American Preppers Network There are basic principles that keep us and our families grounded that are key to our happiness as a family unit while we Walk the Path of the Prepper. There is safety and peace that comes from having car insurance, home insurance, medical insurance,etc. For example, if a family falls into crisis and they have no preparations then once the average two weeks of supplies they have on hand has been used up, they will drop to a poverty standard of living. Standard of Living Insurance, or Prepping, provides us with a hedge against calamity. The most common effect of living an abundant life, as many of us do, is complacency. Following the Principles of Preparedness allows heads of households to reduce stress, find peace and be comfortable in an ever-changing and tumultuous world. Principle 1: Practice Thrift And Frugality Frugality dictates that we live within our means and “Waste not, want not”.

160 Uses for Coconut Oil « ByzantineFlowers Offering a myriad of health benefits, coconut oil is affordable, readily available and completely natural. I use it for EVERYTHING. Literally. I buy it in 5 gallon increments and keep it all over my house. So here is a little information to inspire you to check out this amazing oil! Coconut Oil Is: Daily Dosage: Here is a chart outlining the recommended daily dosage of virgin coconut oil for persons over the age of 12. Type of Coconut Oil to use: Expeller pressed (refined) coconut oil can be used for anything. 160 Uses for Coconut Oil Coconut Oil for Personal Hygiene/Body 1. Coconut Oil for General Health and Wellness 37. Coconut Oil for Health Problems (when taken internally it is known for aiding, preventing, relieving or even curing these health issues) 50. Coconut Oil and Health Problems (when applied topically it is known for aiding, relieving, or even curing these health issues) 112. Coconut Oil and Cooking 130. 134. Other Uses for Coconut Oil 151. Update! Related Links: Like this:

Living, Growing Architecture Link – article by Dylan Thuras Plants are amazing: they provide food, air, medicine, and material with which we can create buildings, furniture, and art. But through an ancient yet obscure craft, still-living plants can themselves be turned into bridges, tables, ladders, chairs, works of art, and even buildings. (image credit: Weihua Wei , CGSociety) The concept seems to date back to prehistoric times. In the depths of northeastern India, in one of the wettest places on earth, bridges aren’t built — they’re grown. (images credit: Vanlal Tochhawng ) Grown from the roots of a rubber tree, the Khasis of Cherapunjee use betel nut trunks, sliced down the middle and hollowed out, to create “root-guidance systems.” (image via ) The root bridges, some of which are over a hundred feet long, take ten to fifteen years to become fully functional, but they’re extraordinarily strong. One of the most unique root structures of Cherrapunjee is known as the “Umshiang Double-Decker Root Bridge.” (images via )