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Elderberry Syrup- Your Number One Weapon For Flu!

Elderberry fruit extracts have been used to stimulate the immune system and protect against free radicals that attack healthy cells. In fact, certain studies have proven its effectiveness in fighting viruses such as herpes, AIDS and HIV, or human immunodeficiency virus. It's antioxidant activity is useful in lowering cholesterol, improving vision, heart health and for coughs, colds, flu, viral and bacterial infections and tonsillitis.

It was used in 1995, in Peru to stop a flu epidemic!

At the first sign of a cold or flu, treat yourself to Elderberry and it should help alleviate the symptoms within 72 hours.

This herbal extract has also been used to help with weight loss, and as a treatment for headaches and migraines, rheumatism, gout, edema, hepatic disease, syphylis, epilepsy, toothache, asthma and to help wounds heal faster.

Stock Up On Your Own  Elderberry By Growing it, and Making it Yourself

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Could We Succumb to a Plague in Modern Times?

Guest Post - Chris Martin

Readers of the Bible are quite familiar with the concept of plagues. After all, the Ten Plagues in the book of Exodus details calamities ranging from hail, water, and darkness to lice, frogs, and locusts being unleashed upon Egypt. History buffs know about the plagues in Europe, from The Pestilence in the 14th century to the Black Death in the 1600s.

But could such a wide outbreak of disease occur in modern times?

The answer is yes - and it could potentially occur on a truly global scale.

A "Perfect Storm" of Conditions

That's because the circumstances that exist today are more conducive to spreading plagues than they were hundreds of years ago. To begin with, there are plenty of areas in the world where squalor and disease are rampant, and these "plague incubators" contain numerous fleas, rodents, and other infection-transmitting creatures.

Because of the frequency of air travel, these plagues can easily be spread thousands of miles away to different parts of the globe. And since diseases like pneumonic (Read More)....

Tips for Preventing Food Poisoning

Guest Post -Alex Storm

Food poisoning, or foodborne illness as it is sometimes known, can occur when you eat food that has been contaminated by bacteria, parasites, viruses, or germ-based toxins. If you have ever had food poisoning, you know just how miserable it can make you feel. The nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and other symptoms that result are difficult to control and can lead to complications like dehydration. Fortunately, there are many different ways to avoid and prevent food poisoning.

Wash Your Hands

Everyone knows that hand washing is the easiest way to prevent getting a cold or the flu, but it is also the single best way to prevent foodborne illness. One of the most common causes of food poisoning is Staphylococcus aureus, a bacterium that can be found on or in the skin, nose, mouth, and throat of a large percentage of the population. The bacteria can cause pimples, boils, and other infections on the skin and can also be transferred easily from unwashed hands to food. Clostridium perfringens, another common bacteria and cause of food poisoning, can be found in the gastrointestinal tracts of healthy people and animals. Not washing your hands after going to the bathroom, playing with pets, or touching raw meat can transfer Clostridium perfringens to food. Always wash your hands before preparing, s (Read More)....

Fear Itself

Fear Itself by  If we were to pinpoint the one pervasive emotion in society today, it would be fear.  People all around you are fearful of almost everything.  They fear the police.  They fear the IRS, ATF, TSA and all the other "alphabet police".  They fear losing their job.  They fear loosing their house.  They fear their city or town government.  And they fear the mother of them all E fear of continuing life without enough money to maintain their current lifestyle (or at least the one the remember from a decade ago).  Most people rationalize these fears as normal because "everyone has them".

We are trained from a very early age to act out of fear.  We fear  our teachers wrath, so we do our homework.  We fear clergymen, for they decide if we go to heaven or hell, so we say all the right prayers.  We fear older children who may bully us so we cross the street to avoid them.  Later on in life we fear the cost and hassle of a ticket, so we fasten our seatbelts.  We fear losing our house so we work in a job that means nothing, offers us no personal satisfaction other than just enough money to keep us trying to reach the carrot on the stick.

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Things to Know About Common Superbugs

Students are sent home from class with red, runny noses and even after a week's worth of prescription medicine they still aren't better. You go to the doctor for what you suspect is just a stomach bug, yet after a long period of antibiotics, you're still showing symptoms. It doesn’t take a scientist—or doctor for that matter—to see that something is array here. Our bodies are falling victim to what seems to be common, familiar ailments, but our traditional means of attack aren't working!

These stories are unfortunately becoming all too regular in occurrence. But why, what's changed? One hypothesis that is gaining lots of ground is the theory of the superbug" outbreak. Defined as a strain of bacteria that is resistant to traditional antibiotics, superbugs are becoming more and more common as people continually overmedicate and over vaccinate until the bugs have no choice but to evolve to survive.

So what are some of these "superbugs" and what do they mean for our medical future? Read on to find out….

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus

Also known as MRSA, this superbug attacks wounds and leads to painful, potentially deadly, infections. Around since the mid-1900s, MRSA has shown resi (Read More)....

Avian Flu Medication?

Elderberry968144bThe researched antidote according to David Meyer and many other doctors for avian flu is a natural ingredient.  He says a component of H1N1 is a triple flu of human, avian, and swine flu which as been in vaccines for the last five years according to a physician David Meyer who mentioned it in the June 2009 issue of  What is his reccomendation?  - A daily of Sambucol elderberry syrup to get your immune up, and increase that to four times daily if flu symptoms start.   T. Chase at found ELS Bible codes that the H1N1 flu virus will mutate into a deadly pandemic starting 9-9-09 which is 666 upside down, which we think is quite interesting. (Read More)....

Distributing Bird Flu In Mass Quantities.

dhs14_1-733989101"Mary", caller to the Power Hour on March 30, 2009, gives many details that the Dept of Homeland Security is transporting and distributing bird flu in mass quantities.




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