How to Properly Detoxify Heavy Metals (Chris Shade PhD)

Warning: Heavy metals wreak havoc inside the human body

In this video, you’ll quickly understand the “3 keys” to properly detoxify heavy metals from the body.  But, I strongly suggest you watch this video 2 or 3 times (I’m not kidding) to get the most out of it.  There is a very clear way to properly remove heavy metals from the body.  But, most people don’t take the time to learn – so, be patient with yourself as you get through this information.

Today, I feature Dr. Chris Shade, an expert in detoxification.  In this video, Dr. Shade explains his “push – catch” method for eliminating toxic metals from the body.

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Austria plans mandatory jabbing by February

Neil Oliver discusses Austria’s decision to go into another lockdown.

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Encourage your children to garden (Wally Richards)

We need to encourage our children and grandchildren to appreciate Nature by including them in some gardening activities.

I believe that young children have a natural affinity with plants and insects when they are allowed to explore our gardens.

Children learn many things by mimicking their parents and are often keen at a young age to assist in various gardening activities.

I remember as a toddler spending many hours in the garden collecting caterpillars off the cabbages and feeding them to our chickens.

I was given my own little spade and wheelbarrow when I was about three and had a lot of fun moving the weeds my mum cleared from gardens to the compost bin or to feed them to the chickens.

I can still remember how good it felt to be part of Nature back then and the same feeling pertains today when I work or wander around gardens.

It was about that time, when I was given my own little plot of ground to grow plants in.

Seeds would be planted and I would be taught which seedlings were weeds and which were plants.

My own little watering can would nurture the baby plants till maturity. A great ado would be made when one of my cabbages, silverbeet or lettuces was harvested for the evening meal.

Even though I hated eating silverbeet back then, I had to enjoy my own grown silverbeet, because I grew it!

It was the fuss that the adults made, that gave me a feeling of importance and likely kept me gardening for the rest of my life.

Plants that move have a fascination for children and a great one for this is Mimosa pudica, the Sensitive Plant, which folds up its leaves when touched. They are easy to grow from seed, as a pot plant for a windowsill.

Nice pink flowers also. As the plant matures it has thorns on the branches which incidentally are another attraction for children.

Cacti with their prickles often appeal to young boys and I had a small collection when young and still keep a few.

Two awesome plants for children to grow are the super giant sunflowers and pumpkins.

Called ‘My Giant Sunflower’ these extra tall sunflowers will grow up to 5 metres tall.(17 odd feet) Grown in full sun in soil that has excellent drainage and lots of manure.

The giant pumpkin is called ‘My Giant Pumpkin’ and these monsters can weigh over 1000 pounds at maturity. (Half a ton)

Another interesting aspect is to encourage the children to give their giant plant a personal name after it is established.

Naming the plant makes the giant more personal and helps the children to have respect for plants and nature.

If I was going to grow either of these giants, here is what I would do: In an all-day-sunny area, I would dig a hole about a spade depth and width,

chop up the bottom of the hole, so the soil is loose, then fill the hole with chook manure to about two thirds full.

(Other manure could be used if chook manure is not obtainable, but chook is best).

Fill the rest of the hole with a good compost and soil mix, 50/50 making a small mound about 12cm tall above the filled in hole.

Place one seed in the middle of the mound and wet it down with Magic Botanic Liquid (MBL), (20 ml of MBL to 1 litre of water.)

Water the mount to keep moist with plain water and then every 2 weeks with the MBL.

Overseas the biggest record vegetables have been achieved with products very similar or the same as MBL. Spraying the foliage of your Giants every 2 weeks with MBL

(10 ml to a litre) will also assist in a bigger healthier plant.

After your pumpkins are established and growing well, give them a drink using Cucumber Booster, once a week.

This is a high nitrogen product that is a combination of sulphate of ammonia and potassium nitrate, which you diluted in water.

Cucumber Booster is excellent for any plants that enjoys a boost of nitrogen after establishment. It is used for growing cucumbers, pumpkins, zucchini and gourds.

The MBL and Cucumber Booster can be combined for watering into the soil near the base of the plant.

Because of the weather patterns we are experiencing, after you plant your seed, cut off the base of a 2 to3 litre plastic fruit juice bottle and place this over the mound,

with the cap removed. This will give your seed and seedling its own little glasshouse.

This is removed once the seedling starts to fill the bottle and needs more room. With the Giant Sunflower a tall strong stake should be put in the ground at seed planting time on the edge of the mound.

This will be needed later to give extra support to the plant.

Another interesting thing to do is once the sunflower gets up about a metre tall, plant 3 or 4 climbing bean seeds at the base of the plant.

These will grow up the sunflower and also provide extra nitrogen for the sunflower.

It is a lot of fun plus a great way to get the children way from the TV and video games, showing them there is more to life than a screen.

Some garden centres run competitions for the tallest sunflower and the biggest pumpkin with various prizes for the winners.

AROUND THE GARDEN

Aphids are likely to be found on your roses at this time and they can easily be controlled with a safe spray of Super Pyrethrum and Wallys Neem Tree Oil combined.

Spray very late in the day just before dusk to obtain the best results.

Stone fruit trees that had the curly leaf disease will now be producing new leaves free of the problem.

The damaged leaves will fall off over time. You can if you like, spray the newer leaves weekly with molasses at rate of a tablespoon per litre of water with

Magic Botanic Liquid Added.

This can help save some or all of the crop.

Codlin Moths will start to be on the wing about now so obtain a pheromone trap from your garden centre so you can monitor the best time to spray.

A number of gardeners have found that a spray of Neem Tree Oil with Raingard added over the young apples, applied about 5-7 days after an influx of moths into the traps,

has resulted in only a very small scar on the mature apple, where the grub took its first and only bite. The same can be used on all fruit that guava moths attack.

Tomatoes should be doing well if in a sunny, sheltered spot. Only remove laterals on a sunny day when it is not humid or moist.

Spray the wound immediately with Liquid Copper to prevent disease entering the wound resulting in the possible loss of the plant.

Ensure that the tomato plants are well supported on stakes during windy times.

If you are concerned about blights spray the plants with Perkfection as a preventative, once a month. The same applies for your potatoes.

For general health of any plants, especially roses and food crops, a two weekly spray of MBL and Mycorrcin works wonders. Spray both the soil and the foliage.

Avoiding the use of chemical sprays and fertilisers is a must for healthy plants.

I have a saying that if you work with Nature, you will have great gardens, if you try to work against nature, you have chemical warfare.

Happy, Healthy Gardening.

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NZ OUTDOORS and FREEDOM PARTY Press Release: complaint to Parliament’s Speaker about the abuse of constitutional process and Bill of rights

NZ OUTDOORS and FREEDOM PARTY Press Release – about the abuse of constitutional process and Bill of rights.

24/11/2021

NZ Outdoors & Freedom Party lay a formal complaint to Parliament’s Speaker about the abuse of constitutional process and Bill of rights.We sent a strongly worded letter to the Speaker of The House Trevor Mallard concerning the urgent passing of the “covid traffic lights bill” and the “Bill of Rights”. Copied below for your information.  

Dear Trevor  

The NZ Outdoors & Freedom Party write to make a formal complaint about the government’s signaled use of urgency to progress and pass the covid “Traffic Lights” legislation which apparently will promote and establish a highly controversial Medical Apartheid system in New Zealand.

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Low vitamin D levels reveal risk of a heart attack and stroke

(NaturalHealth365) A recent study shows strong evidence of a link between lack of vitamin D and poor cardiovascular health.  The study results show that low vitamin D levels have been linked with a higher risk of having a heart attack, stroke, or heart failure, among other health issues.

The results come from an innovative study conducted by the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute of Salt Lake City.  The authors presented the study findings at the American College of Cardiology Scientific Sessions in Chicago.

Editor’s note: Heart disease now kills 31% of all people worldwide … and the root causes are NOT what you think!  Click here to discover the truth inside the Cardiovascular Docu-Class, hosted by Jonathan Landsman, creator of NaturalHealth365.

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Blood clot RISK: This unique compound in grape seed extract helps to protect your circulation

(NaturalHealth365) For many, working from home is now the “new normal.”  And, for millions of Americans, this means long hours seated at a desk.  Believe it or not, while excessive sitting hardly seems like a dangerous activity, it actually presents a serious risk to health.  In fact, the threat is so severe that health experts are now characterizing prolonged sitting as “the new smoking.”

Sitting for long periods of time – whether at a desk, in a car, or on a plane – raises the risk of deep vein thrombosis, which occurs when a blood clot forms in a vein deep within the body (usually, in the leg).  In a life-threatening complication, the clot can break loose and head for the lung, where it can cause a potentially fatal pulmonary embolism.

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Can this berry truly protect YOU from heart disease and type 2 diabetes?

(NaturalHealth365) With their lustrous indigo color and sweet-but-tart taste, ripe blueberries are perfect little globes of flavor and juiciness.  Not only are blueberries delicious, but they are generally acknowledged as a true “superfood” by nutritionists, natural health experts, and physicians alike.  But can the health benefits of blueberries really be confirmed?  A steadily accumulating body of scientific evidence says, “yes!”

In a March 2020 review published in Advances in Nutrition, the authors credited regular blueberry consumption with reducing the risk of a host of serious diseases – including heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and Alzheimer’s disease.  Let’s take a look at some of the ways in which these succulent berries lower the odds of developing life-threatening conditions.

Blueberries “rule the roost” in anthocyanin content

Anthocyanins – natural plant pigments responsible for the deep purples, blues, and reds in fresh fruits and vegetables – are the primary active constituent of blueberries.  These disease-fighting plant compounds have potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects – and may even have anticancer and anti-aging properties as well.

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https://www.naturalhealth365.com/benefits-of-blueberries-3798.html

Heard about the “Guerilla Grafters”?

A group of food freedom fighters are sneaking out in the middle of the night (and sometimes in broad daylight) grafting fruit-producing limbs onto sterile urban trees, specifically bred not to bear fruit.

Known as the “Guerilla Grafters,” their mission is to provide free, healthy food where it’s needed most – urban food deserts.

Ever wonder why none of the trees in big cities produce anything useful, like nuts or fruit? According to the Guerilla Grafters, it’s because they are intentionally bred not to.

City planners specifically select sterile varieties of many common fruit trees (apples, pears, plums, cherries) because of their beauty to decorate their streets.

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Identifying those hazardous food additives (EWG)

A new EWG guide brings attention to food additives, commonly found in many processed foods, that can increase the risk of cancer, harm the nervous system, change the body’s hormonal balance and affect the immune system.

We’re publishing the guide because the Food and Drug Administration’s regulatory approach to food additives does not consider the latest science on the health harms caused by additives that may be legally added to processed foods manufactured in the U.S.

Some of the chemicals highlighted in the guide are not allowed for use in food in the European Union, including potassium bromate, a carcinogenic bread additive, and brominated vegetable oil, a flavor stabilizer used in beverages that can harm the nervous system.

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https://www.ewg.org/research/food-additive-science/

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Relieve arthritis and prevent cancer with THIS incredible plant

(NaturalHealth365) Every day millions of dollars are spent by people trying to be more attractive, look younger, or resolve a skin problem like acne, eczema, or psoriasis.  Every day, many of those people are sorely disappointed.  There are many commercial products out there that are loaded with chemicals and synthetic ingredients that can do more harm than good.

By contrast, nature has again and again provided superior remedies for so many of these skin concerns.  One of the shining stars among them is Nigella sativa – black seed oil.

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A NZ Doctor examined an unjabbed pregnant woman in the boatshed out back of the clinic

A pregnant woman in NZ is medically examined in a boatshed. Cobwebs hanging. Because she was unvaxxed. Disgusting…

Video from the Health Forum NZ: includes your rights to treatment as a non vaxxed citizen, from the Medical Council’s own documentation.

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Those plant gifts that keep on giving (Wally Richards)

Christmas is getting very near with only about 6 weeks till Xmas week.

Many of you will have already started putting a lot of thought into what gifts they would like to give and some will have completed most of their Christmas shopping already.

Others like myself are still thinking what to give to someone that is so hard to buy for.

A gift that is perfect is one that brings pleasure to the receiver as well as the giver. This means giving a gift that has really been thought about and often will have some personal input from the giver. For example young children making something, or drawing a picture, to give to their grand parents are treasures to be carefully stored and enjoyed for years.

Perennial plants are like that, they keep giving for years making them excellent gift choices for loved ones and friends. I know this because people will phone me asking about a plant that they were given in the past that is not faring so well and they need to revive it because it was a special gift.

Think about this; a young couple with a family are given an apple tree to plant on their section for Xmas. Within a few years that tree is producing a great harvest of fresh, healthy apples for the family to enjoy. As long as that tree is providing an annual harvest the giver will be remembered, even from beyond the grave.

I know of roses that were gifts 30 to 40 years ago still producing an abundance of blooms each year given by a mother or grandparents, long passed but cherished in memory through the annual flowering. Fruit trees, roses or a specimen plant gift can make the giver, in a sense, immortal for a long time.

This Christmas think gardening and the pleasure plus health benefits it can have for the receiver. Besides you can contribute not only with your money but also with your labour in making the gift more personal.

Here are a few ideas starting with a glasshouse either A-frame or lean-to; they come as kits and you can help put it together for the receiver. I recommend a glass, glasshouse as they will last for a life time and only need panes replaced if broken. A glasshouse for a person or family that loves to garden creates a new dimension to their gardening. It allows growing out of season tomatoes and capsicum, perfect for germinating seeds and striking cuttings, ideal for growing those more tropical plants that wont do well outdoors in your climate.

There is nothing better on a miserable winters day than to be pottering around in your nice warm glasshouse. More information about glasshouses can be found in my book Wallys Glasshouse Growing for New Zealand.

How about a raised garden for a elderly parent or a young family to grow vegetables in? You can construct an ideal one on site using roofing iron and 100 x 100mm posts (painted to keep the chemicals sealed). The structure just sits on the ground (best on concrete) it makes an excellent place to grow vegetables, once it has been filled to two thirds with organic waste and compost.

(My book Gardening & Health explains the process.)

Next to consider is a compost maker and by far the best are the tumbler ones as they will convert organic waste to compost in the quickest time. A worm farm is also another excellent gardening gift producing worm casts and worm pee to the benefit of your gardens as well as recycling all kitchen green wastes.

A rose in a container makes a lovely gift and now is the time to purchase and pot up. You need, one bush or standard rose, one container that is about 20 litres or more, a bag of compost, a punnet of trailing lobelia or alyssum. Make sure the container selected is either straight up and down or that the top is wider than the base with no middle bit wider than the top. (The rose has to be removed and root pruned every 2-3 years and if the top is more narrow than any other part you have to smash the container to remove.)

Fill the container with purchased compost to about half full and place some Sheep Manure pellets, blood & bone and Neem Granules before adding the rose removed from its bag or pot. The final height should be about 2-3cm from the rim to allow for food and watering. Plant the lobelia or alyssum around the edge so they will trail over. Not only does it make it more decorative but the foliage helps reduce moisture loss from mix and they certainly let you know when the mix is drying out. Place the rose in a good light shelter spot outside till you are ready to wrap and give. A final touch can be spaying the leaves with Vaporgard to make them really green and shiny.

Similar can be done with a fruit tree but then the container wants to be about 50 litres or more and instead of planting flowers around the rim go for either a herb such as parsley, thyme or basil. The fruit tree can be any variety you would like to give from citrus, feijoa, to pip or stone fruit. Dwarf types are good but not necessary as they all need root pruning in the future.

Annual flowers or herbs can be potted into nice containers using compost as the growing medium. Pot up now with colour spots or herb plants then they should be putting on a really good show about Xmas time. Children can help potting up for grandparents and then can proudly say they did it. Inexpensive and very much appreciated.

Garden shops these days have lots of interesting nick knacks and gift ideas besides their normal lines of plants and things. Soaps, cosmetics, bird feeders, crockery, fountains, statues and in some cases even water beads & artificial snow for decoration.

It is surprising the variety of products and ideas one can find in your local garden centre that you will not find in main stream retail. Makes Christmas shopping easy.

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Waikanae’s biggest employer declares it is pro-choice

…in respect of the ‘Jacinda Jabs’: Goodmans Contracting, which has over 200 employees, says it has no intention of having any compulsory jab policy for its management or employees, despite the fact that some of their customers like KiwiRail are government-owned and therefore only want contractors who comply with Dear Leader’s edicts.

This was stated by Lance Goodman at yesterday’s Waikanae meeting of Voices for Freedom which was held in what was Bunning’s store until Christmas 2019 and then bought by Goodmans.

Each month the Voices for Freedom meeting attendance goes up, with the rapidly increasing numbers of people appalled by the Jacinda government’s vicious fascism. The local meeting yesterday had the full 100 attendees allowed by the government restriction on meetings.

The VFF group now has 80,000 members nationwide, up from 30,000 last month — add to that 30,000 in the Sovereign Hikoi of Truth, and tens of thousands…

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6 PRACTICAL ways to reduce your exposure to EMF pollution

(NaturalHealth365)  Is your home environment making you sick?  Cordless phones, computers, printers, fax machines, plus many other electrical devices may very well be slowly killing you.

According to the Consumer Electronics Association, about 99 percent of U.S. households own a television, with the average home having three TVs and about 24 consumer electronic devices overall.  This trend toward increased consumption of consumer electronics is expected to continue along with serious health consequences.

Why should you care about EMF pollution?

Because this growing demand for more and more electronics is giving rise to a growing cloud of pollutants or “electronic smog” – floating around your home’s environment.  Known as an electromagnetic field, or EMF, this indoor smog results from the large number of harmful positive ions emitted by the average household’s slew of electronics.

Andrew Well, MD, has called electromagnetic pollution the most significant pollution human activity has produced this century, made all the more dangerous because it is an invisible toxin.

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A retired NZ Doctor writes to the NZ Medical Council

An excellent letter from a retired NZ MD written to NZ’s Medical Council …
NZ: FIGHTING BACK TO UPHOLD PATIENTS’ RIGHT TO INFORMED CONSENT

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https://truthwatchnz.is/covid-19-experimental-injection-nz/

Fast food DISASTER: Industrial chemicals found inside many samples, NEW study

(NaturalHealth365)  If you love fast food like nearly 37% of the United States population who eat it a day, you may be consuming industrial chemicals.  That is exactly what a study published by George Washington University recently found.

The study examined the top fast food chains in the country by purchasing 64 fast food items from establishments in the San Antonio, Texas area, including Chipotle, McDonald’s, Domino’s, Burger King, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut.

Upon testing their samples, the researchers found small amounts of harmful chemicals called phthalates in most food samples.

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Dr. Sebi: The Man Who Cures AIDS, Cancer, Diabetes and More

By Carolanne Wright

Contributing Writer for Wake Up World

“Meet Dr. Sebi, a pathologist, biochemist and herbalist. He came to the U.S. from Honduras and is on a mission to heal humanity. As it happens, he has been curing some of the most deadly diseases on the planet for almost 30 years. AIDS, cancer, diabetes, lupus and epilepsy are just a few of the ailments he has completely reversed. In fact, he is so committed to his work that he took on the Attorney General of New York in a Supreme Court trial — and won….The judge presiding over the case requested that Dr. Sebi provide one witness for each disease he claimed to have cured. When he instead furnished 70 witnesses to support his argument — showing without a doubt that he did in truth heal all the diseases listed in the ad — the judge declared the doctor not guilty on all counts…” 

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https://envirowatchrangitikei.wordpress.com/2015/08/30/dr-sebi-the-man-who-cures-aids-cancer-diabetes-and-more/

NZ: Submissions re the COVID-19 Public Health Response Amendment Bill (that clearly most submitters were OPPOSED TO)

Despite just 12 calendar (8 working) days, from the Bill’s first reading on 29 September 2021 to the deadline for submissions at 11:59pm on Monday 11 October, around 15,000 concerned Kiwis made the effort and managed to put their concerns down in writing.  This is vastly less than would be expected, had there been adequate time. The government has only had about 21 months to figure most of this out, but leaving it to the last minute saves it a lot of honest hard work. By way of comparison, the recent Conversion Practices Prohibition Legislation Bill, which would seem to affect a small minority of young New Zealanders, but which had 5 weeks in which to make submissions, attracted a total of 41,900 submissions.

 In spite of the extremely short notice, some very intelligent and insightful submissions were made regarding this COVID-19 “Draconian Measures Excuse” bill.  The problem is, despite all submissions documents being a matter of public record, the way they are presented on the Parliamentary website renders them almost impossible to find, as you will quickly discover if you take a look.

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IT STARTS WITH SEEDS … and how to save them (Wally Richards)

We’re a week behind with Wally’s newsletter. This is from last week, so this week’s will follow shortly. EWR

Nearly all plants start with seeds and the main functions of any plant is to reproduce itself by all means possible, which with many plants means flowering and seeding.

Think about that for a moment; the only purpose of a plant is to reproduce, it does not grow for show, to be eaten, to bathe in sun light, to convert carbon dioxide into oxygen, to provide health benefits.

They do all those things but as far as the plant is concerned it just wants to produce more of its own species and with each generation in a natural setting to become a stronger better specimen. If all conditions to grow in are good then a plant will germinate from seed slowly move to maturity and then flower to produce seeds and die if an annual, or have a rest if a perennial, to repeat again flowering in its next cycle.

A few such as bananas, no longer produce seeds in its fruit though you can see where the seeds used to be in the cross section of some bananas. By the way there are over a thousand different types of bananas in 50 sub groups. Bananas sucker or produce off sets which over time would form a clump. Gardeners break up clumps and plant separately each sucker. Bananas flower and as the flower emerges it produces ‘hands’ which are the banana fruit-to-be.

As gardeners your most important job is to either encourage seeds from the plants that you want and prevent seeds on any plants you do not want. When a plant’s life is threatened it will immediately go to seed even if it is still a baby plant. We see that in summer in waste areas such as gravel driveways where weed seeds germinate and grow and if there is not going to be any rain for some time (plants know this) they will quickly go to seed while there is still enough moisture to do so before they dehydrate and die. They are only a small replica of what they would be in better conditions. The seeds will remain in the dust and dirt waiting for rains to come and then germinate. In gardens where you are watering regularly the same weeds (they realise this) will grow to normal maturity before flowering and seeding. The old proverb applies ‘One year seeding is seven years weeding’.

There are major changes happening in the human world the beginnings of which are now seen, broken supply chains, manufacture closures and hyper inflation. Not good outlooks but you can prepare yourself to have the basics of life, Food, Water and Shelter.

More people are gardening and I am sure more will join us as the cost of food sources rise.

Which brings us back to the topic, Seeds.

The knowledge here is not new but was learned thousands of years ago and is even mentioned in the Bible. You grow a crop shall we say of lettuce, a quick and easy crop to grow all year round, fast to grow in summer with long daylight hours, but slow to grow in winter when we are down to about only 8 hours of sunlight a day. You plant ten lettuces, if you have chicken manure available you put a nice blob of it into the planting hole, put a little soil over it and in with your seedling. I have never seen lettuce grow so fast (in the summer time) with a half a cup of chicken manure in the root zone. Spray the crop every week or two with Magic Botanic Liquid (MBL) it will about double the size of the harvest.

Then you watch the crop’s progress as they head to maturity and you select one which you think is the best of the crop. You do not harvest that lettuce instead you let it stay on long after its fellows have been eaten so it goes to flower and then seeds. You will harvest more seeds than you are likely able to use in a life time if you harvest all.

When the seeds are dry you place them in a plastic bag with their type and date on the bag and you put that bag into a glass jar sealed with lid and into the fridge. You may have a dozen or more varieties of seeds in your jar, each named in their own plastic bags. Keep a few out to sow directly back into your garden or germinate to transplant. (Always best to direct sow)

Now you are going to do the same again; pick the best plant and let it go to seed, collect the seed and plant some for the third crop. Now that you have a new fresh supply of seeds you can give away to family and friends most of the seeds collected from the first crop. It pays to keep a small amount with the date. You are going to repeat the above and likely dependent on conditions where you are, you may have four or more crops a year.

Now an amazing thing happens; you will find that after a few crop cycles using the new seed from the latest crop that you have created a new strain of that plant which has adapted to your growing conditions and will be very superior to the initial plants.

If you are a miser and you only let the worst plant go to seed and you repeat that process crop after crop you will end up with some poor specimens. Vegetable crops that take longer to mature and seed will mean likely only two crops in a year and thus it will be much longer to get to your own superior strain.

Happy Gardening..

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7 SURPRISING ways sugar can harm your health

(NaturalHealth365)  Let’s face it, sugar is extremely prevalent in today’s society.  Many of the prepared and processed foods in grocery stores contain an alarming amount of sugar.  This is why it’s well worth taking the extra minute or so to read the nutrition label before buying any packaged food item.

We already know the typical dangers of sugar consumption such as obesity, tooth decay, and low energy, but there are many other conditions out there that you may not be aware of.

Excessive sugar intake damages your health in MULTIPLE ways, studies show

Here are seven surprising ways that sugar harms your health.

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A letter to our double jabbed Kiwis……from your un-jabbed fellow Kiwi whanau

By Kiwi4Justice

If you are a double jabbed Kiwi, please read this plea from the heart from your un-jabbed fellow Kiwis. Our nation’s future depends on it.

We are not asking you to agree with us, we are just asking you to hear us and to remember those great Kiwi traits that we have always taken such pride in showing to the rest of the world. Those traits of compassion, empathy, tolerance, and above all, Kiwi unity and courage.

To quote one of the lines from our great national anthem…………“hear our voices we entreat”.

We are all Kiwis and we all love our great country and its people. COVID has been enormously challenging for so many segments of NZ society. So many Kiwis have been so challenged and so hurt through this time, and as a double jabbed Kiwi you are ‘taking one for the team’ to try to help get NZ free and open again. We understand that, and we really respect and admire that sentiment. It is a very Kiwi mentality of rolling the sleeves up, so to speak, and getting on with sorting the problem out.

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Urgent Message to Humanity

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https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ex6dvBQqzf7L/?fbclid=IwAR0H5RV1_iQ6-PXrTjtGiiEXPQvmuj5b_0MVDYrETXFpjZAWT42tJW_N2r0

Why are US hospitals overwhelmed with infant cardiac patients?

Children’s hospitals across the United States are filling up with newborn babies that have serious cardiac issues

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This is not good … Tests Find Asbestos in Kids’ Crayons, Crime Scene Kits

Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

Via EWG, this is from Asbestos Nation…

Even trace exposures to lethal asbestos fibers can cause cancer, and other diseases!

“When you catch a conversation about asbestos, you might think it’s about health problems from at least 30 years ago. You’re not alone. Many Americans assume asbestos has been banned or fallen out of use. And for good reason. It’s a known carcinogen that kills up to 15,000 Americans a year.

The harsh reality is, asbestos is still legal. And it’s everywhere.

When EWG Action Fund launched its Asbestos Nation campaign to raise awareness about today’s asbestos threat, we looked beyond well-known hazards – vehicle brakes and building materials.

We didn’t expect to find asbestos in crayons. But it’s there.

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According to tests commissioned by EWG Action Fund, samples of four brands of children’s crayons and two kids’ crime scene fingerprint kits contain deadly asbestos fibers.

The test results make…

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Can Humans Really Hear the Infrasound Generated by Wind Turbines and Smart Meters?

Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

Do Wind Turbines Really Cause Health Problems?

“Health effects due to low-frequency components in noise are estimated to be more severe than for community noises in general” – World Health Organization [1] 

Copy of Genesis-_Smart-Meter_-1bHere we have more on the ongoing debate over the health effects of both Smart (aka Advanced) Meters and wind turbines. A quick search on Youtube will reveal plentiful testimonies by people who live next to wind turbines or have Smart Meters installed near where they sleep or work, who experience health effects. They include sleep disturbance, headaches, tinnitus, ear pressure, dizziness, vertigo, nausea, visual blurring, tachycardia, irritability and problems with concentration and memory to name a few.

Wind turbines generate a broad spectrum of noise including low frequency noise and infrasound which may be audible or inaudible.[2][3], [4],  [5]

This article comes from dtesmartmeter blogspot  The industries to do with…

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Grow nutritious microgreens for better overall health

Microgreens are all the rage right now, and for good reason. These edible seedlings are excellent sources of fiber and essential micronutrients, as well as powerful plant compounds.

Usually, microgreens are enjoyed as part of salads because of their fresh flavor and crisp texture. However, they can also be added to soups, pasta, sandwiches, meat mains and even smoothies.

Microgreens are available in most supermarkets and farmer’s markets. But they’re pretty easy to grow, even for beginner gardeners. The best part is, you can grow them indoors.

Read on to learn more about microgreens and how to grow them.

What’s so special about microgreens?

Microgreens are often confused with sprouts, but they’re not exactly the same. Microgreens are often harvested one or two weeks after germination when the plant is one to three inches tall and its first “true leaves” have emerged. When ready to harvest, the plant is snipped off just above the root.

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https://www.food.news/2021-10-07-grow-microgreens-for-better-overall-health.html

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ATTENTION diabetics: These 3 popular spices can help manage your blood sugar

(NaturalHealth365)  Did you know that there are organic spices for diabetics that can help manage your blood sugar better?  It is easy to add to any recipe and gives plenty of nutrients and specific health benefits.  Many studies suggest that merely half a teaspoon of cinnamon a day can significantly reduce excess blood sugar levels.

But before you run to the health food store to buy cinnamon, don’t forget to add fenugreek, coriander, and clove seeds.  These spices give you that extra kick of flavor while, at the same time, helping to stabilize your energy level.

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https://www.naturalhealth365.com/spices-for-diabetics-3403.html

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Reducing transmission not an outcome measured in trials of Pfizer VX (NZ MOH)

OIA request from NZ’s esteemed Ministry of Health admitting Pfizer did not measure transmission as an outcome in their trials. (NZ Min of Health).

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https://truthwatchnz.is/cv-injection-nz/the-nz-min-of-health-admits-reducing-transmission-not-an-outcome-measured-in-trials-of-pfizer-vax

A 1971 news report on the flu jab

Effective?

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https://truthwatchnz.is/medical-industry-pharma/news-report-1971-the-flu-vax-doesn-t-work-but-use-it-on-the-ill-and-elderly-anyway