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Apricot Kernels Fight Cancer

Apricot Kernels Kill Cancer without Side Effects

In 1952 Dr. Ernst T. Krebs discovered a vitamin B17 which he named “Laetrile”. It is also called amygdalin, from other name for Almond, in which it was discovered first, and strong almond like taste, due to its cyanide content.

Amygdalin (“Laetrile”) is contained in the highest quantity in the apricot seed kernels (seeds), but also in the cherry and sour cherry kernels, and in somewhat lesser quantity in all other fruits, but especially in their seeds and kernels. Amongst them, it shows in high quantity in seeds of all popular fruits like: apples (their seeds), pear seeds, in plums (their kernels), peaches, etc.


Why these facts about apricot kernels are hidden from us?

The Cancer Industry makes more than 200 billion dollars profits a year!

This is the main reason why all natural methods of fighting cancer are hidden from the public, which is us. Edward Griffin says that natural, and cheap remedies for healing and preventing cancer are known already long time, but they are being hidden from us. So, what it is that makes an apricot seed one of the most effective remedies for fighting the cancer?

The apricot is full of amygdalin (also known as the vitamin B-17) and there is no other plant that would be a greater source of an amygdalin than the apricot. This is a vitamin very beneficial for the body. It eliminates the cancer cells, improving at the same time the immune system, what makes the cancer disappear, and re-occurring of the cancer becomes virtually impossible.

,Other researchers found also out that the tribe called ‘Hunza’, in Himalayas, never knew any cancer because the apricot is one of main ingredients in their diet. They consume well over 200 times more Vitamin B17 (amygdalin) than any population of Western Countries. Amygdalin consists of 4 substances: two of them are both the glucose, one of them is benzaldyhide, and one is a cyanide.

People are made to think that all and every form of cyanide is dangerous for our body. But, the chemistry teaches that, individual constituents of compound ingredient, change their characteristics when they are contained in the compound form.

After the vitamin B17 is absorbed in the body, it gets transformed in the human body by the enzyme Rhodanese. The Rhodanese degrades the Hydrogen and the Benzaldehyde by-products: Thiocyanate and Benzoic acid, which are useful in supporting cell-health and promote the metabolic production of the Leatrile, vitamin B12.

Any superfluous amounts of these by-products are ejected in normal process by our body with the urine.

Vitamin B17 goes through the body and doesn’t stay more than 80 minutes, because the Rhodanese degrades it (sugar is 20 times more toxic than B17).

Once the B17 reaches cancer cells, Rhodanese is not presented to degrade, and disable it. There are large levels of Beta-Glucosidase and once vitamin B17 comes in contact with this enzyme, chemical reaction starts where Hydrogen Cyanide and Benzaldehyde are acting synergistically in order to create a poison which eliminates cancer cells.

This process is also called selective toxicity. “Only the cancer cells are targeted and killed”. Because there isn’t Rhodanese contained in cancer cells, the Cyanide and Benzaldehyde act as selective toxicity agents and kill only the cancer cells.

However, Dr. Krebs couldn’t patent this discovery,as the laetrile is not developed chemically, by people, but it is a vitamin naturally grown by nature herself.

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No Room For Islamists in Australia!


Muslim parents demanded the abolition of pork in all the school canteens of Maryborough. The Mayor of Maryborough has refused, and the town clerk sent a note to all parents to explain why.

“Muslims must understand that they have to adapt to Australia, its customs, its traditions, and its way of life, because that’s where they chose to immigrate.
“Muslims must understand that they have to integrate and learn to live in Australia. They must understand that it is for them to change their lifestyle, not the Australians who, so generously welcomed them.
“Australians are neither racist nor xenophobic. Australia accepted many immigrants before Muslims showed up (whereas the reverse is not true, in that Muslim states will not accept non-Muslim immigrants).
“Just like other nations, Australians are not willing to give up their identity or their culture. And, since Australia is a land of welcome, it’s not the Mayor of Maryborough who welcomes foreigners, but the Australian people as a whole.
“Finally, they must understand that in Australia with its Judeo-Christian roots, Christmas trees, churches and religious festivals, religion must remain in the private domain.” Australia is absolutely right to refuse any concessions to Islam and Sharia.
“For Muslims who disagree with secularism and do not feel comfortable in Australia, there are 57 beautiful Muslim countries in the world, most of them under-populated and ready to receive them with open halal arms in accordance with Sharia.
“If you left your country for Australia, and not for other Muslim countries, it is because you have considered that life is better in Australia than elsewhere. We will not let you drag Australia down to the level of those 57 countries.”
Ask yourself this question – just once, “Why is it better here in Australia than where you came from?”
A canteen with pork on the menu is not the problem – it is part of the answer. If you came to Australia with the idea that you will displace us with your prolific propagation and eventually take over the country, you should pack up and go back to the country you came from. We have no room here for you or your ideology.

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Marinated Beetroot Juice – Old Slavic Health Drink

Since I have now a bit limited time for redacting this blog, I decided to  reprint whole article from the source: To stay fair, I left it as it is, with link guiding you to the source. I hope, authors won’t mind this as advertisement, as I like this site and find it enormously useful to all.

Wiedun (Admin).

Elixir Of Health: Detox Your Liver, Prevent Cancer And Regulate High Blood Pressure

Russian folk medicine considers this natural remedy to be the best alternative medicine for hypertension because it has the power to regulate high blood pressure on the long run, and it’s also very beneficial for atherosclerosis.
You’ll need the following ingredients to prepare this amazing elixir of health:
  • 3 liters glass jar (if you have a clay bowl even better)
  • 700gr. beets
  • 2 tablespoons of flour
  • 200gr. sugar
  • 100gr. dry raisins
  • Preparation:

    Elixir Of Health: Detox Your Liver, Prevent Cancer And Regulate High Blood Pressure

    Elixir Of Health: Detoxify Your Liver, Prevent Cancer And Regulate High Blood Pressure

  • Wash the beets, chop them into small pieces and place them into the clean jar. Add the raisins, 2tbsp. flour and 200gr. sugar. Fill up the jar with cold water (previously boiled) and mix it all up. Then close the lid or even better cover it with a double layer of gauze (so that the potion can “breathe”) and store it in a warm place for 6-7 days. During this time the potion will be able to ferment.
  • Check the drink twice a day, stir it up and remove the excess foam if there is some. After a week strain the liquid trough the gauze and you’ll get your miracle potion. Consume 3-4 tablespoons, 3 times a day before your meals. Keep it in the fridge.
  • When you drink the entire amount your first detox phase is over. Take a 3 months break and repeat the treatment again. Take another 3 month break and repeat it for the third time. After a year your liver will be completely clean and toxins free.
  • During this cleansing period it’s possible to start noticing sand and small stones coming out which is normal, because this remedy is excellent for kidney and liver detox.
  • This method has even been implemented by some doctors in Kiev and Lugansk because it has proven to be highly effective for a long list of conditions, from liver and kidney cleansing, to hypertension and atherosclerosis.
    Be cautious: Even though this remedy uses only natural and beneficial ingredients it can still have certain contraindications. It’s not recommended for people suffering from kidney problems, acute GI tract problems and gout problems. If you’re suffering from any of these conditions you need to consult your doctor before starting the treatment. You also need to be careful if you have low blood pressure because it can lower it even more.

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Saudi Arabia’s Insidious War With the World

Like it or not, but this is serious. Watch the movie to make your own opinion of what is going on and who is the biggest war monger among Arab countries.

Dispatches – Undercover Mosque from Ole Olsen on Vimeo.

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How to Keep Good Health, and Look Ten Years Younger

There is a lot of materials on how to preserve a good health and look youthful even till very late age. Here I present one of great sources of knowledge. If you will follow their link to the Facebook site, you can join them too.

Have a great time watching this very interesting lecture!

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NWO Pack of Hyenas Attacks the World by Terror Wars

Gloria TV program about the New World Order trying to take the Word by spreading terrorist wars



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West Needs to Learn From Vladimir Putin

Vladimir Putin’s speech – SHORTEST SPEECH EVER.

On August 04, 2013, Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, addressed the Duma, (Russian Parliament), and gave a speech about the tensions with minorities in Russia:
“In Russia, live like Russians. Any minority, from anywhere, if it wants to live in Russia, to work and eat in Russia, it should speak Russian, and should respect the Russian laws. If they prefer Sharia Law, and live the life of Muslims then we advise them to go to those places where that’s the state law.”
 “Russia does not need Muslim minorities. Minorities need Russia, and we will not grant them special privileges, or try to change our laws to fit their desires, no matter how loud they yell ‘discrimination’. We will not tolerate disrespect of our Russian culture.
 We better learn from the suicides of America, England, Holland and France, if we are to survive as a nation. The Muslims are taking over those countries and they will not take over Russia. The Russian customs and traditions are not compatible with the lack of culture or the primitive ways of Sharia Law and Muslims.”
“When this honourable legislative body thinks of creating new laws, it should have in mind the Russian national interest first, observing that the Muslims Minorities Are Not Russians.”
The politicians in the Duma gave Putin a five-minute standing ovation.
If you keep this to yourself, you are part of the problem!

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Australian Nomads

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What’s better than waking-up by the Kookaburra’s laughing call in the morning?!

An Itinerant-Nomadic Life Style

Australia is a unique country with a lot of space to travel. One can live whole life in this country and never get bored with travelling her from one end to the other, which is quite a few thousand kilometres.

Itinerants, otherwise called wayfarers or nomads are people who chose the travelling life-style travelling and working seasonal jobs – like fruit picking, for example. Jobs ideally suiting those people and their lifestyle, as they like to “follow the sun” countrywide, in chase of changing seasons.

This requires, of course, appropriate living arrangements.
For short-term tents or swags are frequently used, as they are cheap in comparison with caravan, easily replaceable and don’t require registration, towing and other related costs. Most of the time, though, it is a caravan or a motor-home. This days the motor-home is often a veritable road-mansion (like for example: a huge fifth-wheeler road-home, 35 or even 38 feet caravan, and/or similar monsters).

Most of the time, though, people are quite happy with an old bus, transformed into the motor-home, which is often, by the way, quite a bit more roomy and comfortable than average one bedroom flat, with built-in wardrobes in its tiny bedroom, micro kitchen with hardly enough room to move in, most of the time having been practically part of a slightly bigger sitting room.

All such travelling accommodation arrangements, have, of course appropriate installations with power and gas fitted, and all amenities, in various arrangements, inside and outside, depending of the size and capacity of the user’s pocket.

All over Australia are often visible even very old caravans, fairly cheaply available these days, but fitted by their present owners with solar panels 12V, 24V, or 32V DC installations, often with quite big battery bank on-board, and most of the time this days, double-system electric installations, with 12V 24V (sometime, but rarely rather 32V) alongside with 240V system. The most prevalent, though is the 12VDC, for the easiness of getting appliances for both, 12V and 240V, having been the cheapest and so far very efficient.

The modern power inverters of present times transform 12V/DC or 24V/DC power into 240V/AC power (or 110V/AC in USA) very efficiently this days, with just a tiny power loss, but saving on the cost of expensive 12V cable installations, which have to be heavy and thick to be safe and efficient. And besides that, in any case of need for more power, there is a matter of just a cost of one more panel that will cover those losses with extra charge bonus. And these panels are this days quite cheap, far from the absolute an-affordability by average person like just a few years ago…

Today, one can buy solar panels on E-bay very cheap in comparison with the retail pricing – I suspect this days it is so all over the world – and batteries also fall significantly in the price. One can buy now a solar panel at the price of about A$1.00/Watt. And in some cases even below that. And batteries can be more and more often gotten for about the same price, if one can exercise some patience and checks on e-bay often… Therefore. For about 2000 $A one can fit ones caravan, camper-van or motor-home into very efficient power system using nothing but the average household electric appliances – which is a lot cheaper than what one can get in the average retail tourist applications market if one wished to use a 12 or 24V/DC applications, of whatever kind.

In case of having to use DC appliances, for whatever reason, the best is therefore to look for those at e-bay, where their prices are usually numerous times better than the retail price in Australia.

When using the newest LED light-globes – where one light-globe of some 60 to 80 LEDs gives more light than old 75-100W incandescent light-globe used to give – one uses some 4W to 5W of power, DC or AC, as they are available at almost the same price through e-bay.
At the price of 17.95.00 $A, I got 5 of them on e-bay. This is true, that I had to wait for a few weeks for the delivery, but this will serve me well for years to come, and is really, very, very cheap. The lite spectrum is identical with the traditional incandescent globe, and they use so little power that I am not worried to live them on when I leave my caravan for a few hours, as the lightning give deterrent factor to eventual amateurs of other people properties.

So far this works fine with me, and I never ever have over-drained my batteries.

I use two 205 Amperhours AGM batteries for my main power needs:
This is for lights installation which are made of 5m stripe of 12V/DC warm light LEDs, with the light spectrum of an incandescent globe that is the most agreeable with eyes, and two 4W/240V LED bulbs (also warm light spectrum) in both my caravan rooms.

As my caravan was striped of 12V installation, but is an oldie but a goodie, I installed the LED strip for lights, and extra connectors for the rest of my electric 12V/DC voltage needs. I realise my power requirements by using a 1500W / 3000W surge, pure sine wave inverter, connected to my two batteries (205 amp/h each) battery bank. Normally I always use a fan (about 45W), lights (18/20W), laptop (30.00W), and occasionally TV (40W) to watch movie or two. With 210 a/h power bank, I never run in trouble with batteries by running out of power. And I like often staying long nights, writing and/or browsing Internet or otherwise working with my laptop. The laptop uses only 30W of power, though, which is less than the LED TV I have.

I have also separate 100amp/h battery dedicated to my 98 litre capacity fridge/freezer working of 12W installation direct from the battery. This has its own 120W solar panel to keep topping up the battery. At present I use two 120W fold-able solar panels for my main power bank, and so far this is working just perfect, with enough power for all my needs most of the time.

So far, I never run out of power in either my main installation or the fridge set-up at normally always good, sunny weather where I live most of the time, with the only exception of, very rare, few consecutive cloudy days and sometime rain, when after couple of days I had to run my 1.00 KVA inverter generator to run appliances, and top up batteries by my 240W/30Amp battery charger.

Normally, I cook on camping LPG gas stove, with inbuilt grill and baking facilities purchased on E-bay for just around 260.00 $A. Much cheaper than the home mains-gas stove, slightly smaller to fit caravans, but just as good, if not even better, and I found it to be a lot more efficient and economical, too.

I inbuilt into the wall inside the caravan my shower heater, that is working from the same installation as the stove. But since my caravan is only 16 feet long, I decided on installing my shower as the quickly mountable installation outside the caravan – at its wall. Each time when I stay camping for more than one day I fit it there, as it is just a hang-up, and connect water and gas fittings installation.

Instead of an annex, quite troublesome to erect, and heavy, too, I use quickly set and folded 3m/3m gazebo, which work just as fine, and I paid for it just $A165.00, together with postage and handling costs.

I decided, that it is better solution and investment for an extra mountable sheltered room, comparing to nearly 2000 dollars, or even more, needed to spend for the roll-out annex, or just slightly less for traditional one, with all troublesome fittings that so often get broken and/or damaged by the wind, rains, sun, etc. this gazebo appeared to be cheap, light, quickly set by just one person, and just as quickly mountable at the moving time.
I have small 850W (1000kva) inverter/generator, for heavier electric jobs, like using small, old type washing machine, and/or some other electric tools when I need it sometime, but rarely. So far, I used it only twice in nearly 4 years, for recharging my battery bank, as it was for over two weeks very cloudy and raining, and for running all my appliances.

The generator used just 2.1 litres of petrol (the tank capacity) for nearly 6 hours of uninterrupted running to power battery charger, fridge my computer and lights.
Running just my computer and at later time TV instead, with lights on, I had run it ones for almost 9 hours on its 2.1 litre petrol tank. This is quite cheap I reckon…

Besides this, I use the generator very rare, only occasionally when I do some work with power tools, or when I need to do washing while far from some local laundry, which is not so very often.

After doing my calculations, that what I had to spend in power and gas while living on the Grid in Adelaide in one year (and with very heavy efforts to save the power and gas) easily covers all my installation costs, and with the additional advantage not to have to care so hard any more on saving on power and gas. This investment, together with the change of my life style into the itinerant-nomadic, paid for itself and started saving me money within less than one year.

Of course. I did all installation myself, as electricians tend to charge usually quite a lot, and it is just a very basic installation, easy to make by anyone. Even a 10-year-old kid could do it…

As the final outcome, I landed up with old, but comfortable caravan. But above all – with ability to use all amenities that I feared to use while living in the city for the huge – simply not affordable any more to the pensioner – cost of power in the city’s Power and Gas Grid.
I have no more problems now, and I live by practically all means a lot more comfortable and healthier, with fewer worries and problems, much healthier and a lot happier.

And… I think, my life is worth it, even if sometime it can be a bit less comfortable otherwise… All it is about really, is the fact that this is a bit different lifestyle, but overall it is a lot healthier, more enjoyable and quite more sensible, than wasting ones time, money and health in the City Rat Race. Country life is a lot more enjoyable after one gets used to it, and it makes hell of a lot more sense than living in the crippling struggle for survival in some city concrete jungle. I can assure you that I certainly enjoy much more to be waken up in the morning by the Kurrawong’s or Butcher Bird’s singing, or the Kookaburra’s laugh in some country site, than by the Crow’s call in a city.

By: Zbigniew Wybraniec

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Like Monsanto, Nestle tries to patent NATURE.


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Can that be ever, any more disgusting than that?!

Fallowing steps of Monsanto, now Nestle, tries to monopolise and patent NATURE!!!

Just see below… If you don’t appreciate it too, go tot he link below, or above, and sign the protest/petition to stop this nonsensical marasm. The link will open in new window or tab.

But now Nestlé is claiming to own it, and filing patent claims around the world to try and take control over the natural cure of the fennel flower and turn it into a costly private drug.

Tell Nestle: Stop trying to patent a natural cure

In a paper published last year, Nestle scientists claimed to “discover” what much of the world has known for millennia: that nigella sativa extract could be used for “nutritional interventions in humans with food allergy”.

But instead of creating an artificial substitute, or fighting to make sure the remedy was widely available, Nestlé is attempting to create a nigella sativa monopoly and gain the ability to sue anyone using it without Nestlé’s permission. Nestlé has filed patent applications — which are currently pending — around the world.

Prior to Nestle’s outlandish patent claim, researchers in developing nations such as Egypt and Pakistan had already published studies on the same curative powers Nestle is claiming as its own. And Nestle has done this before — in 2011, it tried to claim credit for using cow’s milk as a laxative, despite the fact that such knowledge had been in Indian medical texts for a thousand years.

Don’t let Nestle turn a traditional cure into a corporate cash cow.

We know Nestle doesn’t care about ethics. After all, this is the corporation that poisoned its milk with melamine, purchases cocoa from plantations that use child slave labour, and launched a breast milk substitute campaign in the 1970s that contributed to the suffering and deaths of thousands of babies from poor communities.

But we also know that Nestlé is sensitive to public outcry, and that it’s been beaten at the patent game before. If we act fast, we can put enough pressure on Nestle to get it to drop its patent plans before they harm anyone — but if we want any chance at affecting Nestles decision, we have to speak out now!


More Information:

Third World Network (PDF): Food giant Nestlé claims to have invented stomach soothing use of habbat al-barakah (Nigella sativa), 6 July, 2012

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Living Self-Sufficient

There is  more and more difficult to live this day. And this happens all over the world. One of the causes is a low level of knowledge on self sufficiency in the high waste and high and quick consumption society we live these days.

This is one of the main matters to deal with also within our society, and we decided to do as much we can to mutually inform and dissipate the knowledge how to live more economically, more prudently and using our resources more wisely.

It is true. Great part of the blame to ever increasing difficulties in just simple living is the present politics, but not only. We ought to know and accept as a fact that our own actions can improve our lifestyles a lot, and with practically not extra expense, but changing our habits and priorities in some cases. Wrong priories, make wrong economical outcomes, and our own life suffers on it, by health lost, money lost and economic loses all along.

Very soon you’ll see here some practical tips on how to live easier, more economicall and happier lives.

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