Top 22 Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

By Dr. Mercola Hippocrates used vinegar to manage wounds, while medical practitioners in the 1700s used it to treat everything from poison ivy and croup to stomach aches. Vinegar was even used to treat diabetes.1 Vinegar, which means “sour wine” in French, can be made from virtually any carbohydrate that can be fermented, including grapes, dates, coconut, potatoes, beets, and, of course, apples….

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Deadly Flu? Tents Outside Hospitals? Missing IV Fluid! Relax, It’s a Long Planned Psyop

By Exopolitics Are you seeing news coverage of people pitching tents outside hospitals having come down with a “deadly” and there is a shortage of IV bags.  If this doesn’t sound staged, it’s hard to imagine what would. For the deadly part, people should look up Sharyl Atkisson  because she reported on the “terrifying” swine flu…

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Unhealthiest State Has the Best Vaccination Rate: Offit’s Orwellian Logic Fails

By  the World Mercury Project Team The Unhealthiest State in America Has the Best Vaccination Rate: Offit’s Orwellian Logic Fails to Connect the Dots In a Daily Beast opinion piece on December 15, Paul Offit—one of the vaccine industry’s most strident ambassadors—puzzles over a seeming contradiction. How, Offit wonders, could the state of Mississippi, which has “the…

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Gov’t Revokes Off-Grid Amish Community’s Religious Rights, Forces Them to Use Electricity

  By Matt Agorist In spite of the fact that they have harmed no one, a court is forcing an Amish family to violate their religious beliefs and use electricity. An Amish community in Warren County has just lost a major battle against the state which is now requiring them to violate their religious beliefs and…

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Glyphosate and Fungicides Attract Honey Bees To Them – Bee Decline

By Natural Blaze Turns out that Monsanto’s Big Ag weedkiller and fungicides might lure bees like….well, like a flower to a bee. And like a sweet poison… Recently, we reported the a surprising culprit behind the bee decline might actually be fungicides.  It does appear that fungicides were an overlooked poison to the bees and there…

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