Meditate Before You Sleep: Here’s What You Need To Know

Meditate Before You Sleep: Here’s What You Need To Know

Meditation is known for a long time as an effective method of relieving stress and calming your mental state. Its effects vary from mental, emotional, and physical attributions. From reducing stress levels to improving focus, meditation is a popular health and wellness practice that enhances the quality of life.

Sleeping disorders like insomnia and sleep apnea are just a few of the common problems that people face on a daily basis. But most individuals rarely address these problems. People start to care less about healthy sleeping and turns a blind eye on the side effects of insufficient sleep on well-being and health. Of course, it’s impossible to live your life without the so-called essentials such as drinking coffee and going out at night.

The Stigma

We become more desensitized to sleep deprivation and insufficiency in sleeping is taking a toll on our bodies, both in subtle and not no-so-subtle ways. … Read the rest

The PA Listening Tour is Bringing Citizens out of The Cannabis Closet

The PA Listening Tour is Bringing Citizens out of The Cannabis Closet

Is there such a thing as ‘The Cannabis Closet’? You know, that murky place where Cannabis-users have been hiding for nearly a century. After watching several segments of ‘The Listening Tour’, I’m beginning to see that there is such a closet, and it’s huge! The Listening Tour is not a made-for-TV movie. It’s a real event that’s taking place right now. It involves true patriots that are standing up for the rights of all Americans. Pennsylvania is the state where independence was the battleground of early American freedom. Right now, there’s another battle for freedom being fought across the state. It’s for the right to take back legal recreational access to the popular plant known as Cannabis.

The Exciting Science behind the Herb

In his video called ‘Why Hemp can Save Humankind’, scientist and founder of Natural News, Mike Adams, draws some exciting conclusions after studying the plant. In the … Read the rest

How a Young Girl Recovered from Lyme Disease

How a Young Girl Recovered from Lyme Disease

May is World Lyme Disease Awareness Month and we certainly need to increase awareness of the disease in the US. According to the EPA, the incidence of Lyme disease in the United States is spreading fast (1). It has in all areas of the country now and predictions are that one in 100 people will get the disease by 2020 (2).

There have been several cases of misdiagnosed Lyme’s disease reported in the media recently. One young lady in Fresno was eventually diagnosed with Lyme disease, but unfortunately it was too late and she passed away last year (3).

I treated a similar case, but this one had a happy ending.
Veronica first started having symptoms when she was in kindergarten. “She had
such severe stomach pains and her symptoms got worse as the year went on,” says
Tara, Veronica’s mother. “The pain spread to her legs and eventually … Read the rest

9/11: Connect the Dots, The Picture Appears

9/11: Connect the Dots, The Picture Appears

“Even if you are a minority of one; the truth is still the truth” – Mahatma Gandhi

Do Americans even care about 9/11 anymore? Or have they become so apathetic that it doesn’t even bother them to know that their elected officials continue to lie about the greatest atrocity ever perpetrated on American soil?

Shouldn’t it raise the ire of millions knowing that the mendacious claptrap of ’19 Arabs with box-cutters outwitting the most sophisticated intelligence apparatus in known human history’ continues to be taught to our children in school, despite all of the evidence demolishing the story’s credibility?

Shouldn’t our resolve to find the guilty party be eternally strong and never-ending? One would think this should be the case.

It has now been almost 18 years since that fateful day, and in that time many people have worked tirelessly to prove not only why the official story cannot possibly … Read the rest

Cigars vs Cigarettes: The lesser of two cancer causing evils

Cigars vs Cigarettes: The lesser of two cancer causing evils

While both cigars and cigarettes contain tobacco, there are
some differences between these two forms of smoking. The obvious, visible
difference is that a cigar is wrapped in leaf tobacco, while a cigarette is
wrapped in paper that does not contain tobacco. In general, cigars are bigger,
more expensive, last longer and thicker, and have more tobacco.

Regardless, both types can cause cancer.

One cigar can contain as much tobacco as one pack of cigarettes,
which is close to 200 mg of nicotine. Cigarettes contain about 10 mg of
nicotine. Therefore, cigars are typically saved for special occasions and
events. Cigar smoking is often considered more sophisticated. They’re more
popular in the U.S. then other places in the world, and more popular among men
than women. Cigars have a masculine appeal and are associated with capitalism. Statistics
show that 21% of adults smoke cigarettes, while 2.2% of adults smoke cigars.… Read the rest

The benefits of eating beans

The benefits of eating beans

The more you eat, the more you lower your risk of certain
cancers.

Beans have more servings of fiber than any other vegetable.
One single serving will give you 20 percent of your daily recommended fiber.

Researchers in Japan did a seven-year study. They studied
more than 43,000 people between the ages of 40 and 79 that had high cancer
rates and ate little fiber. The more fiber they got from beans, the lower the
risk of colon cancer, especially in men, became. It was the bean fiber that
impacted the colon cancer statistics more than any other source of fiber.

Other research indicates that the fiber in beans like
garbanzo’s actually keep your body from absorbing carcinogens. When you take in
less carcinogens, the less damage is done to your cells, tissues, and other
organs. Less damage equates to lower cancer risk in the long run. It’s too bad… Read the rest

The Geoengineering Chemical of the “Future” that has Been Dispersed by Jet Aircraft for Decades

The Geoengineering Chemical of the “Future” that has Been Dispersed by Jet Aircraft for Decades

Researching such a tight lipped subject as geoengineering, investigators must rely on scientific studies, patents and what the climate scientists and their corporate backers plan on doing in the “future”. No one is going to openly admit that geoengineering or Solar Radiation Management is happening now because of the dangers involved. Using scientific studies from the geo-engineers at Harvard,Yale and M.I.T. as well as what is publicly known about these lines in the sky produced by jet aircraft and their effects. It is possible to paint a picture of a current geoengineering program that is fully admitted and about to be ramped up.

Two chemicals keep coming up in almost all the research for geoengineering or the newly publicized name of Stratospheric Aerosol Injection. Aluminum and Sulfur Oxides always seem to be the front runners when it comes to Solar Radiation Management and geoengineering as the ice crystals they … Read the rest