UPdate: Alpha Lipoic Acid and Your Liver (and Dr Shelton's The Shameful Culmination Of Allopathic TherapyPosted April 6th, 2014 by Anonymous
This is GREEN power! Mando Footloose was officially introduced to the public a few weeks ago at Eurobike and is available for sale in a downtown Amsterdam department store. The chain-less hybrid drive system is probably the noticeable attribute of the bike, and that is one of the prominent features.
Is the mandatory Health Care premium required (in the USA) from each person a hardship? Here is the pathway to asking for an exemption: http://marketplace.cms.gov/getofficialresources/publications-and-article...
Update - Recent Events - Brain-Damaged Victims of Swine Flu Vaccine Get £60 Million - VACCINE HOAX IS OVERPosted March 13th, 2014 by editor
Statin saga continues in the UK - In a spate of recent headlines, UK readers have been told that, "millions more people in the UK are set to be prescribed cholesterol-busting statins in a bid to cut the rising toll of heart disease and stroke&quo
These pointed articles are from Europe's Alliance for Natural Health - http://www.anh-europe.org. British herbalists have been battling to save their rights to herbalism since the time of Henry VIII. But today’s stakes are the highest yet.
Hummingbird live webcam in Victoria, BC - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrM34fdmloc&feature=share
Books, CD's, DVD's Reviews
The Ultimate Conspiracy: The Biomedical Paradigm by James McCumiskey is a highly controversial and extraordinary book. It is an analytical examination of Modern Medicine and of a real scientific alternative to it called New Medicine or German New Medicine. The central message of this book is that 95% of the procedures carried out by Modern Medicine are scientifically and medically wrong. Even the most skeptical reader would have doubts after having read it all, because the elements brought forth by author James McCumiskey are totally credible.
Prepare to change your perspective! Do You See What I See? equips you with the powerful ancient tools of Feng Shui – the Asian art of connecting your environment to your life. Novices and experts alike will gain insight of the basic Feng Shui principles like Qi, Yin & Yang, and the Five Elements, then learn how to perceive these influential factors in your environment.
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Homeopathy: A Manual For Mothers is written to help moms use homeopathy for common childhood problems like colic, fevers etc. It shows how to easily choose which medicine(remedy) would be the best one for each individual child's reaction to illness. It is this personalizing of each child's reaction that is the keynote of homeopathy and explains why the same medicines do not suit all children. Homeopathy is very safe and with the guidelines in the Manual, moms can relax, as much as is possible with a sick child, and know how to proceed.
Early on Sunday morning, 3rd August, I rushed out to Heathrow Airport to meet Dana, who was flying home to San Francisco after his summer holiday in Italy. Despite a little mix up, we nonetheless found each other and managed to fit in a breakfast interview. Dana was full of energy and enthusiasm and here is what he had to say on a multitude of topics concerning homeopathy.
LOUISE: How long did it take you to research your book, The Homeopathic Revolution?!
Beyond the Looking Glass, Looking Beyond the Materialism and Mysticism of Today's Health Care and Understanding True Health ~ I have been a health care practitioner using only natural medicines and healing techniques for over 8 years. Prior to this I had personally only used natural medicines to heal and maintain my own health for almost 30 years.
Atherton Drenth, a clairvoyant, medical intuitive and holistic energy therapist in Guelph, Ontario, has written Following Body Wisdom for people who are interested or curious about "energy medicine.. It can be helpful to those who have tried it and still have unanswered questions, as well. I have experienced this energy wisdom, in fact, with Atherton Drenth herself, and have found her book to be clearly written about a subject that is not easy to describe. Her own experiences, before and after her entry into energy medicine, offer readers a very down-to-earth approach.
In the fall of 2009, Leslie Kleiman, labor lawyer and real estate developer, commenced a journey to look at, experience and transform her fears around her ability and worthiness to create unlimited abundance while pursuing her life’s passion as an intuitive life coach and Reiki Master. The result was Who Said It Has To Be Hard? a book chronicling that journey.