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    Contrite Activist Condemns ‘Terrorizing Schoolchildren’ With False Science

    Former climate activist Michael Shellenberger has condemned alarmists for “terrorizing school children” with false claims that the world is about to end. The life-long environmentalist has given Sky News host Chris Kenny a lengthy interview about his decision to speak out against...

    Chinese herbal medicines that can improve memory and cognition

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    Older adults often suffer from mild cognitive impairment (MCI). It is defined as the stage between cognitive decline that comes naturally with aging and the more serious decline in brain performance (dementia). MCI affects many aspects of cognition, such as memory, language, judgment and...

    Reddit Says It Will Allow Hate Speech Against “People Who Are in the Majority”

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    In an entirely expected development, media hit pieces against pro-free speech social network Parler began after the site attracted a ton of new followers. The website’s engagement levels have skyrocketed in recent weeks as many more people choose to transition away from Twitter, which...

    Research on autism & suicide

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     ... begs question of why CURE has been so maligned IACC has published its 2019 "Summary of Advances"  Each year, the IACC releases a list of scientific advances that represent significant progress in the field. The 2019 IACC Summary of Advances provides short, plain...

    A Drowned World? The Latest False Alarm About The Climate

    Bjorn Lomborg has an article in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Examining the Latest False Alarm on Climate, ($)” which contains a helpful illustration of the way the media uses studies to whip up anxiety around one of their pet projects. In the...

    Twitter Permanently Bans Influential Meme Maker

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    In an entirely expected development, media hit pieces against pro-free speech social network Parler began after the site attracted a ton of new followers. The website’s engagement levels have skyrocketed in recent weeks as many more people choose to transition away from Twitter, which...

    Media Demonization of Parler Begins After Free Speech Network Attracts Flood of New Users

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    In an entirely expected development, media hit pieces against pro-free speech social network Parler began after the site attracted a ton of new followers. The website’s engagement levels have skyrocketed in recent weeks as many more people choose to transition away from Twitter, which...

    Top Five Anxiety-Relieving Foods

    This website is for information purposes only. By providing the information contained herein we are not diagnosing, treating, curing, mitigating, or preventing any type of disease or medical condition. Before beginning any type of natural, integrative or conventional treatment regimen, it is advisable to...

    5 Top Anxiety-Relieving Foods

    This website is for information purposes only. By providing the information contained herein we are not diagnosing, treating, curing, mitigating, or preventing any type of disease or medical condition. Before beginning any type of natural, integrative or conventional treatment regimen, it is advisable to...

    5 Top Anxiety-Relieving Foods

    This website is for information purposes only. By providing the information contained herein we are not diagnosing, treating, curing, mitigating, or preventing any type of disease or medical condition. Before beginning any type of natural, integrative or conventional treatment regimen, it is advisable to...

    The Caesar Act: The Latest Western Attack on Syria Didn’t Drop From a Plane

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    Talib Mu’alla served as a soldier in the Syrian Arab Army before he was wounded in Aleppo in 2014. As he described the multiple shots he took to his body, I thought it remarkable that he survived. “A shot (bullet) to my chest,...

    STUPIDITY TAKES THE KNEE

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    THE CARING PEOPLES PAPER  Please publish our stories and share them on social media. We are dependent upon donations. Never miss a story: Follow My Blog right-hand column scroll down Visitors welcome to visit  BOOKS or BUY FROM  AUTHOR   euroman_uk@yahoo.co.uk The worst effects of the COVID-19 appear to...

    How to ground yourself in any situation (12 ways)

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    We have all been in situations that make us feel anxious, frazzled, confused, and panic-stricken. And yet, some of us seem better than others at dealing with influxes of drama, pressure and demand than others. What is the secret to being cool, calm, and collected? And...

    Are You Really Qualified to Homeschool Your Child?

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    The Political Narrative Around the Origins of COVID-19 is Starting to Crumble

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    Over the last several days, conflicting reports about COVID-19 have sprung from both official and non-official sources. On Tuesday, Maria Van Kerkhove, Ph.D. of the World Health Organization (WHO) caused a firestorm of reactions from health experts across the globe after declaring in a...

    COVID: Fake study, Fake drug, Fake land of loons

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    by Jon Rappoport June 10, 2020 (To join our email list, click here.) As many of you know, a major study on the drug, Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), has been retracted by the Lancet, a mere 13 days after it was published. That might be a...

    Celery Juice: Miracle Juice

    By Medical Medium, Anthony William If people knew all the potent healing properties of celery juice, it would be widely hailed as a miraculous #superfood. #Celery has an incredible ability to create sweeping improvements for all kinds of health issues. Celery Juice Stands Alone Celery is truly...

    Rapid recovery from major depression using magnesium treatment

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    Altnews org editor comments: Simply putting the last paragraph first: "The possibility that magnesium deficiency is the cause of most major depression and related mental health problems including IQ loss and addiction is enormously important to public health and is recommended for immediate further study. Fortifying...

    Holism, Health and Cannabis

    Barefoot Warrior’s comment: If anyone in my area is aware of a Holistic doctor who practices integrative and nutritional medicine then PLEASE let me know. It is so tiring to have to waste time over and over with another #allopatic practitioner who, these days, seems to go by the same script: “If I can’t write a prescription for some #BigPharma #Snake_Oil, I’ll refer this unwitting patient to an ever more expansive (and expensive) list of #specialists. Just tick the appropriate boxes on my check-list.” Nobody ever tells you that the higher you are referred to the specialist specialists, and the more they charge, the less they know or understand the whole person. If they even want to know because don’t you dare question their infallible authority. After all it is they who have spent many years looking through a microscope to refine their reductionist specialisation. They (think they) know… It is high time we seek out the Holistic Practitioner and tell all our friends and family about it when we find one in our area. It is high time we collectively say a loud ‘NO’ to the allopatic model of disease care. it is a dismal failure. Thank you Mr #Rockefeller for your bold plan to monopolise disease care (for profit). It worked. — Barefoot Warrior By Susan Boskey Holism is about the big picture; it relates to the theory that nothing happens in a vacuum. When seeking answers to a problem, #holism puts the emphasis on the ‘whole’ rather than the parts. The English Oxford Dictionaries define holism: The theory that parts of a whole are in intimate interconnection, such that they cannot exist independently of the whole, or cannot be understood without reference to the whole, which is thus regarded as greater than the sum of its parts. And when holism is about #health: The treating of the whole person, taking into account mental and social factors, rather than just the symptoms of a disease. Another way to think about holism is by using the analogy of systems both natural and manmade (i.e. an ecosystem a health system, a family system, a solar system, etc.). A system is a complex ‘whole’ with a clear boundary; there is an outside and an inside. The content inside a system (weather, animals, and plants) is made up of interrelated, interdependent parts that directly reflect the overall context, within which they exist, (for example: an ecosystem). Whenever the whole of anything produces an outcome greater than any of its parts could accomplish, individually, we call that synergy, (for example: a thunderstorm, the music of an orchestra). The opposite to holism, #reductionism, instead analyzes something by its component parts. Holistic Health: Treating the Whole Person The traditional approach of the medical system has taught us to recognize health from a reductionist perspective. We go to the doctor to get some specific part of our body fixed because it has stopped functioning well and may be causing us pain. Millions of people get positive results using the medical-model. The only problem is that this model considers, almost exclusively, just the health of the body. And when it comes to mental health, the typical solution is to prescribe antidepressant medicine. Why is this a problem? We humans are complex beings. We have minds, emotions and a soul, the personal, intangible relationship to a macro reality beyond ourselves. What’s more, who we are, is constantly influenced within the contexts of family, community, country and world. A holistic approach to health and wellness addresses the reality of these multiple interrelated and interdependent parts that make us who we are. The malaise of any one of them can directly (and negatively), affect the health of other parts of our life. For this reason alone, the first focus of holistic care is on the person and not the issue or disease. Stress, anxiety, and depression, for example, often end up translating to a physical symptom. It’s all connected. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) national survey, in September, 2017, The American Psychiatric Association reported that antidepressant use had gone from 1 in 50 people 30 years ago to 1 of 9 between the years 2011 and 2014, and now in 2018. This is clear evidence of the rise in mood disorders for Americans. Why the increased use? As mentioned, nothing happens in a vacuum and so assessing one’s lifestyle regarding home, relationships, finances, work, etc. becomes a critical task to determine their impact. The bottom-line is to find the root cause (s) and establish a restorative plan. Cannabis and Holistic Health The medicinal use of cannabis is a world apart from its recreational use. In many cases, the lower the amount of THC used in any medicinal formulation, the greater the desired effect. The saying is: Start low; go slow. Treatment is never one-size-fits-all because the current interplay of someone’s body, mind and soul are of primary consideration. Historically, the whole of the ancient cannabis plant was used for a beneficial impact on a person’s overall, general condition, far beyond mere symptom control. This makes it a perfect match to the holistic approach to health. Not unlike the complexity of the human being in context of our various lifestyles, cannabis a complex plant of the plant kingdom. It’s effectiveness as an overall tonic has to do with the fact of cannabis containing approximately 100 molecular compounds, with THC and CBD most researched and understood. When the whole of the cannabis plant is used as medicine it offers a synergistic or ‘entourage’ effect which accounts for why the therapeutic use of cannabis provides relief to a wide variety of conditions. In this way therapeutic cannabis use stands in stark contrast to traditional medicine that typically isolates plant compounds and manufactures them in pharmaceuticals to target one symptom or bodily system. I believe that more and more people are discerning the difference between the medical and holistic models of health. Each has its time and place. When discovering the many benefits of medicinal cannabis, our overall wellness, lifestyle and broader culture can transform for the better. _____ Susan is a 2018 graduate of the Holistic Cannabis Academy with over 45 years of personal involvement in the spectrum of wellness modalities. Her mission today is to intervene in the noise of modern life and help people identify and remove stressors that trigger their dis-ease while providing strategies towards a living experience of inner calmness, contentment and inspiration. Her path to becoming a lifestyle-wellness and cannabis coach became clear at an early age as someone who always asked, ‘why’, questioning social conventions. Her curiosity about life, and health in particular, fueled her determination to learn everything she could and help others. Susan’s private practice (in-person and on Zoom) is based on the paradigm of whole-person wellness, body, mind and soul, and including one’s lifestyle. As a non-physician coach she enjoys the added flexibility of providing in-depth care plans for her clients. Visit her website: http://LifestyleWellnessRx.com      Source: NaturalBloaze.com Share this post: