Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) has long been a mainstay in our household and some of these applications you would already be familiar with:
encapsulated for easy ingestion,
mixed through our dog food to freshen their breath and help alkalise their system,
as a primary ingredient in our homemade dish washing liquid, surface cleaner and laundry powder
not to forget #Bicarbonate’s super deodorising power in our homemade air freshener spray and in a dish-in-the-fridge.
That #Bicarbonate has frequently been highlighted in innovative and even revolutionary health treatments would not be a secret to the serious health researcher either.
In a desperate effort to protect their profit base, #Bigpharma has even gone so far as completely destroying the reputation and careers of scientists and doctors, like Italy’s Prof. Tullio Simoncini, Oncologist who postulated that cancer is a fungus very much like Candida Albicans so many people suffer from that may be treated effectively with Bicarbonate of Soda.
But let’s see what Dr. Sircus has put together about the latest research on Bicarbonate in the article below. It should be an eye opener to many.
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Exploring the scientific and anecdotal information about 5G in particular and electromagnetic radiation or EMF in general, I often despair that we might as well build a home-size microwave oven and move our family there. 60 seconds on High should do the trick. Get it over and done with.
When I feel more positive about all this I fantasise about lining the outside walls and roof of my home with thick sheets of lead or whatever other material would manage to stop all this radiation from entering my home. Leave your mobile devices at the door please.
Pedantic technology geeks would likely vehemently exclaim that the microwave oven employs a different frequency of electromagnetic radiation to cook our food and therefor my comparison is without merit, but 5G undeniably still deploys #unnatural electromagnetic radiation all the same. I submit that unnatural is the key word here.
Maybe we should all campaign and lobby hard to reinstate the so sadly and so often, likely purposely and for commercial reasons, forgotten #pecautionary_principle to all these emerging technologies. I know the #technocracy would fight back hard and would need some serious convincing.
Altnews editor’s comment:
So much of our new and often highly venerated new technologies in hindsight appear to impose a burden and cost on the community and on individuals that may not be justifiable or acceptable.
Now we are warned about the toxic and dangerous effects air travellers face simply by partaking in their favourite mode of travel.
Could it be that to protect our health interests, and that of our children, we may have to decide to abandon or at least severely restrict consumption of many of these modern technologies? This writer believes there is enough evidence to mount a compelling case to do just that. The future of the human race and all life on earth appears to be at serious risk.
— Barefoot Warrior, editor
Why Do Airlines Force Us To Breath Toxic Air From Jet Engines?
Posted on: Wednesday, April 4th 2018 at 8:45 am Written By: Sayer Ji, Founder This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2018
Most air travelers are oblivious to the fact that the airline industry forces them to breath in highly toxic jet engine air due to what is, from the perspective of the public health, imbecilic and ruthlessly neglectful aircraft design.
When the issue of so-called #aerotoxicity first came to my attention, I could hardly believe what I was learning: namely, that hundreds of thousands of passengers and crew each day are forced to breath in highly toxic chemicals, which the airline industry knows about but has done virtually nothing to mitigate or resolve since the inception of the practice almost six decades ago.
(Natural News) Soils that have been contaminated with heavy metals are not optimal for pretty much any kind of crop. However, a new study revealed that making one simple change could turn things around. Researchers from the Agricultural University of Tirana have discovered that the simple addition of natural zeolite can serve as an effective method for the remediation of heavy metal-contaminated soils. They found different rates of changes depending on the rates of zeolite, but overall it appeared that the results were mostly positive. They have published the details of their research in the Albanian Journal of Agricultural Sciences.
Soils that have been exposed to and contaminated with heavy metals can give rise to similarly contaminated plants. As such, these types of soils pose a great threat to human health. Typical cases of heavy metal contamination are seen as dangerous for the higher risk of exposure to materials such as arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury. Based on many previous studies, these kinds of heavy metals have a number of adverse effects on human health, so they need to be avoided at all costs.
In most cases, the best way to avoid the negative effects of soils that have been contaminated with heavy metals is by opting to grow your own crops on your own land. Land which contains soils that you control and that which you can monitor for possible heavy metal contamination. Of course, that’s not always a possible course of action. So what’s the next best thing that you can do? Soil remediation comes to mind.
Here is an incomplete list of some of the culprits:
A) Foreign Mining Corporations (PolyMet, Glencore, Twin Metals, Antofagasta, etc.);
Minnesota’s Elected Politicians/Accomplices (both Corporate-influenced “Liberal” Democrats, and “Conservative” Republicans);
Minnesota’s “Regulatory” Agencies that are Supposed to be “Natural Resource Protectors” (Including the DNR, the PCA, and the US Forest Service); and
Most Area Newspapers; Most Area Television Stations; All the Area’s Chambers of Commerce; Minnesota Power (Electric Utility); the Trump Administration; Regional Labor Unions: and Dozens of Suppliers/Businesses that will Temporarily Profit from Supplying the Mining Industry While Simultaneously Risking the Permanent Poisoning of the St Louis River Watershed, Including Lake Superior
This column will point out and try to de-mystify some of the often-perplexing developments in the decades-long debate concerning allowing foreign mining corporations (which could justifiably be considered “Undocumented Aliens”) to invade water-rich northern Minnesota in order to extract our state’s non-ferrous metal deposits – for the selfish enrichment of its foreign shareholders and management, none of whom really care about the long-term consequences to the state’s precious water resources.
(Natural News) By now toxic microplastics are everywhere. Their victims include seabirds, aquatic mammals, and mega-fauna. Now, they’re also in three out of every four mesopelagic fish caught in the Northwest Atlantic, warned a Science Daily article. The 73 percent contamination rate is one of the highest levels in the world. The unique feeding behavior of mesopelagic fish means they could drag surface microplastics down to the deeper levels of the marine ecosystem.Furthermore, mesopelagic fish are preyed upon by other fish that are in turn caught and consumed by humans. Given the longevity of microplastics, their associated toxins will contaminate our food supply.
“The high ingestion rate of microplastics by mesopelagic fish that we observed has important consequences for the health of marine ecosystems and biogeochemical cycling in general,” said Alina Wieczorek, a researcher from the National University of Ireland, Galway(NUIG.)
As their name denotes, microplastics are tiny fragments of plastic pollutants that have accrued in the ocean over the decades. If ingested by marine organisms, they can cause inflammation, loss of weight, and prevent proper feeding.
Their negative effects are not just limited to the animal that ate them. Microplastics can combine with chemical pollutants in the water. When a contaminated prey animal is eaten by a predator, the toxins will build up in the latter’s bodies.
(NaturalNews) Last summer, beaches and waterways were closed after St. Petersburg dumped millions of gallons of a mixture of storm water and untreated sewage into Tampa Bay and Clam Bayou. Swimming, fishing and even playing in the water were subsequently banned, and residents were warned to avoid any type of contact with surface water.The fecal bacteria within this water was deemed dangerous enough to force the closures, but now there is something even more dire to worry about in the area’s waters…