woensdag 9 oktober 2013

the gerson miracle

The Gerson Miracle introduces us to the physician who developed The Gerson Therapy more than 75 years ago, a therapy that has proven to cure cancer and most other chronic and degenerative diseases. Through his own painful struggle with migraines, Dr. Max Gerson conceived a treatment based entirely on nutrition and the body's own ability to heal itself.

He cured his migraines and summarily concentrated on other methods that prove to naturally boost the immune system, this is the real miracle.

Nine current and former patients speak passionately about their successful recoveries from the most deadly cancers.

Their first-person recovery stories are the greatest testament to the therapy's efficacy. And it is through Dr. Gerson's daughter, Charlotte, that the therapy is still alive in the face of almost insurmountable opposition from the American Medical Association and most major pharmaceutical companies. This film offers a path to a healthier life, in tune with our bodies and environment, not in conflict with them.

Your doctor may not advise you how you can heal your body from degenerative diseases naturally... but this film can.
What is covered in the film:
-- The cancer industry: with the law on its side
-- Natural cancer treatments
-- Dr. Max Gerson's life story
-- The link between farming and disease... and health!
-- The role of toxicity excess and nutrient deficiency in illness.

With every meal, we are either digging our own graves with the silverware, or ensuring a healthy and productive life.
The Gerson Miracle challenges the very foundations that society's sick-care system is based on.

It also delivers a health-affirming message that empowers viewers to reclaim autonomy for their own well-being.
This film dares to reveal that your potential for health exceeds the limitations imposed on us by the sickness industry.
English Captions:
Richard e Monica W.
Captions text corrections and re-sync:
WEBSITE: http://www.gerson.org
Support the producers, buy the original DVD.

Microwave ovens destroy the nutritional value of your food

The rise of widespread nutritional deficiencies in the western world correlates almost perfectly with the introduction of the microwave oven. This is no coincidence. Microwave ovens heat food through a process of creating molecular friction, but this same molecular friction quickly destroys the delicate molecules of vitamins and phytonutrients (plant medicines) naturally found in foods. One study showed that microwaving vegetables destroys up to 97% of the nutritional content (vitamins and other plant-based nutrients that prevent disease, boost immune function and enhance health).

In other words, eating raw broccoli provides you with natural anti-cancer medicine that's extremely effective at halting the growth of cancer tumors. But microwaving that broccoli destroys the anti-cancer nutrients, rendering the food "dead" and nutritionally depleted. There's even some evidence to suggest that microwaving destroys the natural harmony in water molecules, creating an energetic pattern of chaos in the water found in all foods. In fact, the common term of "nuking" your food is coincidentally appropriate: Using a microwave is a bit like dropping a nuclear bomb on your food, then eating the fallout. (You don't actually get radiation from eating microwaved foods, however. But you don't get much nutrition, either.)

 "Cancer : The Forbidden Cures"

In this documentary titled "Cancer : The Forbidden Cures" we discover many effective and highly successful forms of cancer treatment that have been suppressed and discredited for a long time by the pharmaco-medical crime syndicate and the state-terrorist organization called FDA. Millions of people could have been saved. The FDA may have killed more people than Hitler.

In the last 100 years dozens of doctors, scientists and researchers have come up with the most diverse, apparently effective solutions against cancer, but none of these was ever taken into serious consideration by official medicine.
Most of them were in fact rejected out-front, even though healings were claimed in the thousands, their proposers often being labeled as charlatans, ostracized by the medical community and ultimately forced to leave the country. At the same time more than 20,000 people die of cancer every day, without official medicine being able to offer a true sense of hope to those affected by it. Why?

 Natural Cold & Cough Remedy Tea

¾ cup of warm or hot water
2 - 3 inches of fresh ginger root
½ of lemon or lime
1 tablespoon of honey
1 cinnamon stick or ½ teaspoon of cinnamon powder

If you want to pump up the tea to eliminate the cold faster add 1 teaspoon of cayenne powder.
The Scientific Power of Naps

10 Healing Benefits of Ginger

Ayurveda gives ginger the status of a virtual medicine chest. That’s because this wonder spice has time-tested digestion-friendly properties, in addition to its numerous other health benefits. In India, ginger is liberally used in daily life. Ginger-infused chai is a household favorite, and it’s grandma’s antidote of choice for battling cold and flu.

On millions of dining tables in India, you’ll see matchsticks of fresh ginger that have turned a soft pink from being soaked in lemon juice and salt: a zingy accompaniment to any cooked meal.

Let’s give this knobbly root a closer look.

10 Terrific Benefits of Ginger

1. Haven’t been feeling hungry? Eat fresh ginger just before lunch to stoke a dull appetite and fire up the digestive juices.

2. Ginger improves the absorption and assimilation of essential nutrients in the body.

3. Ginger clears the ‘microcirculatory channels’ of the body, including the pesky sinuses that tend to flare up from time to time.

4. Feeling airsick or nauseous? Chew on ginger, preferably tossed in a little honey.

5. Can’t stop the toot-a-thon? Gas—oops—guess what?! Ginger helps reduce flatulence!

6. Tummy moaning and groaning under cramps? Munch on ginger.

7. Reeling under joint pain? Ginger, with its anti-inflammatory properties—can bring relief. Float some ginger essential oil into your bath to help aching muscles and joints.

8. Just had surgery? Chewing ginger post-operation can help overcome nausea.

9. Stir up some ginger tea to get rid of throat and nose congestion. And when there’s a nip in the air, the warming benefits of this tasty tea are even greater!

10. Bedroom blues? Try adding a gingery punch to a bowl of soup. (Pss...the Ayurvedic texts credit ginger with aphrodisiac properties)

3 Ways to Use Ginger

1. Ginger & Herb Rice

Cook basmati rice. When you take the lid off the pan, quickly stir in finely chopped garlic, ginger, green chilies and fresh cilantro leaves—the burst of flavor and fragrance will drive your senses crazy with desire!

2. Ginger In Your Juice

‘Grate’ idea: grate some ginger root and put it in your juicer, along with carrots and apples and a little lemon juice. Totally yummy, and of course, so good for you!

3. Gingery Dessert

Even a smidgen of grated ginger on your vanilla panna cotta or strawberry sorbet can wake up the flavor!

Source: www.care2.com/greenliving...

The Medicinal Uses For Horsetail
Medicinal herbalist Jackie Cooper, looks at the many uses for horsetail/marestail, known by many as an invasive weed

Horsetail is also known as Equisetum arvense, and is a seldom used medicinal plant, more often considered a nightmare weed than valuable medicine. Indeed they say that once you have horsetail it never leaves you. It is prolific, and it seems to love every kind of soil. It even follows you if you move. I have it in my own garden, and I have had to accept it as a friend. Indeed as a Herbalist, I recognise that whatever we need is often growing around us, so whenever I make up a medicinal prescription for myself it is always there.

Horsetail is a member of an ancient and primitive family of plants from the dinosaur period. The barren stems or tops have been used for thousands of years as a remedy for bleeding and healing ulceration, in modern times herbalists use it for its powerful effect on connective tissue, particularly for the bladder (such as in chronic cystitis) and in restoring the lungs (particularly where damaged by allergies).

Spicy foods, such as meals infused with curry made from fresh herbs like cayenne pepper, have been found to prevent heart disease — the number one cause of death in the developed world. The very compounds that are responsible for the hot nature of spicy foods have been determined to be key in bolstering the protective qualities of the heart. Perhaps most notable is the manner in which these compounds affect both ‘good’ and ‘bad’ cholesterol as well as the health of blood vessels.
The study comes from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, which examined the substances known as ’capsaicinoids’. What the scientists found is that the spicy compounds reduced levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol through a process of increasing the breakdown and excretion of cholesterol. Also, the compounds were able to block the action of a gene that is responsible for causing the arteries to contract — an activity that restricts blood flow to not only the heart but other organs as well. After consuming the compounds, the muscles were more relaxed and increased blood flow was observed.
In order to reach this conclusion, researchers used two groups of hamsters. Both fed high-cholesterol diets, only one group was given varying amounts of capsaicinoids — the heart healthy spice compounds. Afterwards, the results were analyzed and the scientists revealed the beneficial nature of the little-known capsaicinoids.
“Our research has reinforced and expanded knowledge about how these substances in chilies work in improving heart health. We now have a clearer and more detailed portrait of their innermost effects on genes and other mechanisms that influence cholesterol and the health of blood vessels. It is among the first research to provide that information,” said study author Dr. Zhen-Yu Chen.
Capsaicinoids may be an excellent way to help protect the heart naturally, but be advised to include spicy foods in moderation within a nutrient-dense, organic nutritional regimen. Many spices that do not exhibit a ‘hot’ nature, however, can be added to the diet much more routinely. Turmeric, ginger, and cinnamon are all very beneficial spices that you should be including in your daily meals. Eliminating harmful additives, hazardous chemicals, and including other key heart-protective substances is essential to maintaining a healthy heart and overall balanced health.

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