Could Fibromyalgia be a disease of fluoride poisoning? I was reading this old article about Fluoride causing a serious muscle disease that causes pain and weakness as well as thyroid disorders and heart disease. A lot of medications are filled with fluoride.
Cures That Kill? August 17, 2001 By Patricia Phillips Senior US Correspondent
7amNews has learned that many medications are packing a potentially lethal hidden dose of fluoride, a chemical that some claim is slow poison. Over the past several years, numerous fluoride-containing medications have been pulled off the market for causing deaths and illness.
Fluoride is “highly toxic to the liver,” expert Andreas Schuld of Vancouver, BC Canada said.
Schuld, head of Parents of Fluoride Poisoned Children, explained that “In the liver all fluorides interfere with the metabolism of thyroid hormones, creating thyroid disorders and associated diseases, such as muscle diseases ….heart disease, etc.” Other effects can include a serious muscle disease that causes pain and weakness.
Read the whole story and a list of medications that have been pulled off the shelf because of cardiac problems, thyroid and at:
“Going to a psychiatrist has become one of the most dangerous things a person can do.”–Peter Breggin, M.D.
I just read the most fascinating article by Dr Mercola. We have always know how scent and pheromones play a roll in attraction but I didn’t know that you could pick the wrong mate from taking the birth control.
– nerve O, the route pheromones are processed
– nerve O has endings in your nasal cavity but the fibers go directly to the sexual regions of the brain
– nerve O bypasses your olfactory cortex so it does not register a conscious smell but rather identifies chemical sexual cues
– humans have histocompatibility complex-associated (MHC) odor preferences that influence their choice of mates
– women prefer men with dissimilar MHC
– women who take birth control pill change their odor preferences
– the pill essentially mimics pregnancy and pregnant women prefer men with similar MHC
– you risk of interfering with your biology and risk producing a hormonal imbalance that might make you attracted to men with similar chemical makeup
– if you were on the pill when you met your mate, you could be less attracted to him when you stop the pill
Wow, that could explain a lot of divorces!
More important, the birth control has serious implications of very serious health risks and we prescribe them like candy. I know they made me feel really bad. Who knows if Fibromyalgia or chronic illnesses are not linked to birth control?
Read the full article at:
Spice Up Your Sex Life!
Forget the Chocolate! Add Saffron and Ginseng to your nutrition plan. Both are proven performance boosters while chocolate and wine effects of sexual desire or performance is likely in your head.
March 28, 2011 – News Release Guelph University.
Ontario researchers have done it again. Guelph food science professor Massimo Marcone and John Melnyk, a master’s student found studies to support good old herbs and spices can give results.
They found that panax ginseng, saffron and yohimbine, a natural chemical from yohimbe trees in West Africa, improved human sexual function.
People report increased sexual desire after eating:
– muira puama, a flowering plant found in Brazil
– maca root, a mustard plant in the Andes
– chocolate, despite its claimed aphrodisiac effect, chocolate was not linked to sexual arousal or satisfaction 
Did you know that saffron comes from our common flower, the crocus sativus?
Crocus Sativus by KENPEI’s photo
– contains more than 150 volatile and aroma-yielding compounds
– also has many nonvolatile active components, many of which are carotenoids, including:
3) various ?- and ?-caratenoids
However, saffron’s golden yellow-orange colour is primarily the result of ?-crocin. 
So lets take a look at Saffron’s history:
Until now, the earliest known use was around 1000 B.C., with visual and written evidence for the myrtle, the lily, the poppy and others.
Now, scholars say, the dating of a volcanic eruption and botanically accurate wall paintings indicate that saffron has been a versatile medicine since 3,500 years ago.
They base their case on frescoes at Thera, a Greek island in the Aegean, that have been thought to depict a goddess overseeing the production of perfume or spice.
Instead, the scholars say, the frescos, from 1500 or 1600 B.C. — the exact date is a topic of debate — show the goddess presiding over the manufacture and use of a drug from the saffron flower. 
Either way, it shows the safe use of herbs and spices for hundreds of years. It sure is taking us a long time to catch up with science. Why have we taken our science ventures into chemical warfare rather than using the cures from nature? They are indeed fascinating!
Saffron was detailed in a 7th-century BC Assyrian botanical reference compiled under Ashurbanipal. 
Documentation of saffron’s use over the span of 4,000 years in the treatment of some 90 illnesses has been uncovered. 
Saffron-based pigments have indeed been found in 50,000 year-old depictions of prehistoric places in northwest Iran. 
The Sumerians later used wild-growing saffron in their remedies and magical potions  
Folk medicine attributes various benefits to oral use of American ginseng and Asian ginseng (P. ginseng) roots, including roles as an aphrosdisiac, stimulant, type II diabetes treatment, or cure for sexual dysfunction in men. 
Ginseng and Reishi mushrooms in bottles being sold in Seoul, Korea
The price of wild ginseng roots has climbed in the last decade. Now domestic buyers pay $500 to $600 per pound compared with about $50 per pound of cultivated roots. Law enforcement officials say the prices have pushed people into the woods looking for quick money . 
Current popularity of such drugs as Viagra and Cialis to treat erectile dysfunction. Viagra and Cialis brought in $1.9 billion US and $1.7 billion US, respectively, last year for their parent companies, Pfizer Inc. and Eli Lilly and Co. 
Even young kids are asking for these drugs and mixing it with ecstasy which is really dangerous.
Ontario researchers have found a simple cure for cancer, yet major pharmaceutical companies are not interested because they cannot patent and make profit from it.
Canadian scientists tested this dichloroacetate (DCA) on human’s cells; it killed lung, breast and brain cancer cells and left the healthy cells alone. It is currently used to treat metabolic disorders, so, there is no concern of side effects or about their long term effects.
So why is it we are allowing people to die from cancer when we could be saving them? Today is my Mother’s birthday, she died of breast cancer June 2nd, 2004. She was only 67 years young! What a waste of talent and to think, it is because a pharmaceutical company couldn’t make profit from all that chemo drugs, pain killers, morphine, pills, pills, and more pills she was on. She was drugged up beyond reality, she lost her hair, she lost her well being, her lust for life, she lost all functioning, ability to walk and at the end even to eat or talk, then she lost her life. Tell me, all that so someone can drive a Mercedes or two? If we could only value human life the way we did money, possessions and power!
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex… It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.
Here are the websites, read all the details here:
The University of Alberta Discovery
March 15, 2007
Dr. Evangelos Michelakis, a professor at the U of A Department of Medicine, has shown that dichloroacetate (DCA) causes regression in several cancers, including lung, breast, and brain tumors.
Until recently, researchers believed that cancer-affected mitochondria are permanently damaged and that this damage is the result, not the cause, of the cancer. But Michelakis, a cardiologist, questioned this belief and began testing DCA, which activates a critical mitochondrial enzyme, as a way to “revive” cancer-affected mitochondria.
The results astounded him.
Michelakis and his colleagues found that:
– DCA normalized the mitochondrial function in many cancers, showing that their function was actively suppressed by the cancer but was not permanently damaged by it.
– the normalization of mitochondrial function resulted in a significant decrease in tumor growth both in test tubes and in animal models.
– DCA, unlike most currently used chemo therapies, did not have any effects on normal, non-cancerous tissues.
“I think DCA can be selective for cancer because it attacks a fundamental process in cancer development that is unique to cancer cells,” Michelakis said. “One of the really exciting things about this compound is that it might be able to treat many different forms of cancer”.
Another encouraging thing about DCA is that, being so small, it is easily absorbed in the body, and, after oral intake, it can reach areas in the body that other drugs cannot, making it possible to treat brain cancers, for example.
It is a simple technique using very basic drug. The method employs dichloroacetate, which is currently used to treat metabolic disorders. So, there is no concern of side effects or about their long term effects.
This drug doesn’t require a patent, so anyone can employ it widely and cheaply compared to the costly cancer drugs produced by major pharmaceutical companies.
I just watched Blue Gold – World Water Wars. I have really been in the dark about what is really going on in the world and the seriousness of the situation. We need to start paying attention to what is going on in the world before we don’t have any water left or it will be priced higher than gold!
I found it embarrassing seeing how we waste it while other countries can barely afford it. Some paying per drop.
I didn’t know that Coca Cola was guardian and gate keeper of Africa’s water, did you? It is a necessity for them to buy bottled water so they have priced it higher than Coke itself. Another Big Pharma giant if you ask me. Lots more to be ashamed about in this movie especially when there is a solution for everyone. The movie is a must see, I will add the link to the website.
WATER IS VITAL FOR ALL KNOWN FORMS OF LIFE.
These guys have done their homework on the world’s water problems and their message needs to be spread. Please help support your future grand children’s water!
Blue living ideas
Floating waterwheel could revolutionary micro hydroelectric power generator
Election time makes me shake my head, big promises that never see the light of day or they only add to the over burden debt. Gallivanting around the country to try to persuade votes. What a big waist of money if you ask me.
They need 15 billion for power grid, health care is in major debt and is only increasing, plus, plus, plus. What all the promises mean in the end, your taxes are going up to pay for it all! Canada is actually in debt in the trillions.
The study, Canadian Government Debt 2008, shows that federal, provincial, and local governments have accumulated $791.2 billion in direct debt and more than $2.4 trillion in total government liabilities. Total liabilities include direct debt and programs that the government has committed to provide such as Old Age Security and Medicare (Canada’s public health care system).
As it stands, the government of Canada’s total debt is over $522 billion, or over $16,000 per person. Unfortunately, this does not even include individual debts accrued by each province.
A less conspicuous burden is health care. Previous generations established the principles which ensure universal coverage and comparable service across Canada. But during the last several decades, health care costs have spiraled to unsustainable levels. In the midst of growing obesity rates and diabetes, not to mention statistics suggesting that we will not even live to be as old as our parents, Canada and its provinces are barely able to scrape together enough cash to fund our current, inadequate system.
We will need new programs and funding initiatives aimed at preventive medicine, promoting fitness and healthy eating, as well as subsidies for emerging pharmaceutical treatments.Unfortunately, there is no extra cash on hand for many of these necessary ventures. Instead, baby-boomers seem content with maintaining a system which their own failing health could eventually sink — unless considerable action is taken.
Friday’s Word of the Day is “health.”
The Liberalsy will maintain the six per cent annual increase in health transfers to the provinces beyond the current end date of 2014.
A Conservative spokesman said later Friday that the party would maintain the annual increase beyond 2014, matching the Liberals’ promise.
By Bryn Weese, Parliamentary Bureau
OTTAWA — Canada’s power grid needs an annual investment of $15 billion over the next 20 years to meet growing demand and to refurbish or replace aging infrastructure, according to a study released Thursday.
By: The Canadian Press
TORONTO — Expanding powers for nurses inside Ontario hospitals will save taxpayers money and get patients home sooner, Premier Dalton McGuinty said Friday.
Today on the podcast, reporters Tamsin McMahon and Kathryn Blaze Carlson chat with editorial board member Matt Gurney on the scandals swirling around the election.
The butterfly effect!