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The Master Tonic – A Natural Antibiotic – Modern Day Plague Tonic

The Master Tonic – A Natural Antibiotic – Modern Day Plague Tonic

http://www.annieappleseedproject.org/nattonfromri.html

The Master Tonic – A Natural Antibiotic by Richard Schulze, University of Natural Healing Based on a tonic by John Christopher

Raw Unfiltered Unbleached Non-distilled Apple Cider Vinegar 1 part fresh chopped garlic cloves 1 part fresh chopped White Onion (or hottest onions)

1 part fresh grated Ginger Root

1 part fresh grated Horseradish Root

1 part fresh chopped Cayenne Peppers or the hottest peppers available, i.e. habanero, African Bird, or Scotch Bonnets, etc.

Fill a glass jar 3/4 of the way full w/equal parts by volume (i.e. a cupful each) of the above fresh chopped and grated herbs. Then fill jar to the top with raw, unfiltered, unbleached, non-distilled apple cider vinegar. Close and shake vigorously and then top off the vinegar if necessary.

Shake at least once a day for two weeks, then filter the mixture through a clean piece of cotton (old T-shirt, etc.), bottle and label. Make sure that when you make this tonic that you shake it every time you walk by it, a minimum of once per day. Remember that all the herbs and vegetables should be fresh (and organically grown if possible) and use dried herbs only in an emergency.

This tonic is extremely powerful because all the ingredients are fresh. It’s power should not be underestimated. This formula is a modern day plague tonic and when added to an incurable routine it can cure the most chronic conditions and stubborn diseases. it stimulates maximum blood circulation, while putting the best detoxifying herbs into the blood. This formula is not just for the sniffles, it has helped to turn around the deadliest infections like some of the new mutated killer viruses that defy conventional antibiotics.

The dosage is 1/2 to 1 ounce, two or more times daily (1- 2 Tbs.). Gargle and swallow. (Don’t dilute with water.)

For ordinary infections, 1 dropper full taken 5-6 times a day will deal with most conditions. It can be used during pregnancies, is safe for children (use smaller doses and as a food is completely non-toxic. Make up plenty as it does not need refrigeration and lasts indefinitely without any special storage conditions.

Ingredient properties:

-Garlic cloves (anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-parasitical)

-White Onion, or hottest onions available (similar properties to garlic)

-Ginger Root (increases circulation to the extremities)

-Horseradish Root (increases blood flow to the head)

-Cayenne Peppers, or the hottest peppers available, i.e. habanero, African Bird,-or Scotch Bonnets, etc. (a great blood stimulant).

Pro-biotic: antiviral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-parasitical.

Where to obtain Herbs and more Information?

Dr. Richard Schulze’s Shop: The American Botanical Pharmacy, Phone: 1-800-HERB-DOC (1-800-4372-362) (1-800-TEACH-ME) Website: http://www.800herbdoc.com/ The School of Natural Healing. http://www.snh.cc

Remember we are NOT Doctors and have NO medical training.

This site is like an Encylopedia – there are many pages, many links on many topics.

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Elderberry FAQ-“The new flu virus contains DNA typical to avian, swine and human viruses”

Real or Memorex? Do not trust TPTB. Check 6!
 
"It is genetically different from the fully human H1N1
seasonal influenza virus that has been circulating globally
for the past few years. The new flu virus contains DNA
typical to avian, swine and human viruses, including
elements from European and Asian swine viruses." -
http://www.reuters.com/article/topNe...53N4ZC20090424

I put this together years ago when the H5N1 “bird” flu was ramping up, the information is still valid and applicable to this Mexican Swine flu also.

For documented validation of the following information please go to http://www.herbalgram.org/files/pdfs/elderberry-scr.pdf This is information based on Sambucus nigra, the black European elder. This information does not apply to any other variety of elder. DO NOT USE any other variety of elder as a medicinal preparation. Other varieties are toxic i.e. leaves, berries, bark, root and can cause nausea, varmint, and diarrhea. ONLY S. nigra BERRIES and flowers are used medicinally.

1. Do elderberries stop flu? As the above linked article documents, elderberry tincture tested in the laboratory and in double-blind human studies cut the severity and length of Influenza A and B measurably and significantly IF taken at the onset of symptoms and taken appropriately.

2. Do elderberries stop colds? No. Colds, though virus caused, do not respond to elderberry – they are an entirely different strain of virus.

3. How does elderberry preparations work against Influenza A and B virus? Laboratory documentation shows elderberry preparations prevent the influenza virus from replicating, thereby preventing an overload of virus in the body, thereby allowing the immune system to do its job of attacking the virus and neutralizing it. Studies do show elderberry preparations do increase some immune system cytokines which in large, overwhelming numbers can be damaging to human tissue, BUT opinions are divided on whether keeping the viral load low outweighs the relatively low percentage of a possible cytokine storm (which is the actual killing cause in known cases of infection by H5N1 known as bird or avian flu).

4. Where does one get elderberries? Most natural or health food stores in the US carry dried elderberries or they can order them for you. There are economical sources on-line also. I get all my herbs and spices from http://www.herbalcom.com. As of today, 10/07/2005, they are out of stock on elderberries, but will have them back in stock 10/12/2005. AT $5.75? a pound which will make a tad over 3 quarts they are not that expensive. No shipping charges, no minimum orders, fast UPS. There is a flat rate $6.00 handling charge.

5. How does one use elderberry effectively? Tinctures are primarily the most medicinally potent herbal preparations for treatments. An elderberry syrup (see reference below) is a good choice for kids or for those who wish to avoid alcohol. Capsules are the third alternative though the least medicinally potent.

6. How to make elderberry tincture(or any herbal tincture)? Use any REALLY clean, preferably sterilized, glass jar – size does not really matter, but quart canning jars seem to be preferred for ease of storing, sterilizing, and filling. In ANY size glass jar, fill the jar 1/3 full of dried black (S. nigra) elderberries, this does NOT have to be exact, eyeball measurement is just fine. One pound of dried elderberries will eyeball fill 3 quarts with a bit left over or you can just evenly divide a pound of the dried berries between 3 quart jars. More really does NOT make the tincture stronger. Now fill the jar almost to the top with vodka, not less than 80 proof. DO NOT USE any other alcohol you happen to have in your stash no matter the proof, brand or type. VODKA = TINCTURE; Other alcohol = non-medicinal alcohol. Now, cap the jar securely, give a shake or two, and store in a cool, dark area for 7-10 days. That is the universally accepted time period to produce tincture. Longer does not make stronger; phases of the moon MAY have some effect but there is no documentation on that so far. After the 7-10 days you can strain off the liquid and toss the berry residue. DO NOT think to reuse that residue, the resulting liquid will not work as you expect. Your tincture is now ready to use should there be influenza in your area. You do not have to strain off the liquid, but the tincture is not going to get any more medicinal just sitting there soaking the berries. The alcohol molecules fill up to capacity within the 7-10 days and can absorb no more no matter how long it soaks.

7. How do you use elderberry tincture? Since elderberries medicinal properties work directly on Influenza A or B virus present in the body it is NOT a preventative, so taking it in hopes of avoiding infection will not work. When an adult exhibits symptoms of influenza infection i.e. sudden onset of high fever, dry persistent cough, weakness, commercially prepared elderberry preparations suggest taking internally 2 teaspoons of preparation every 4 hours i.e. Sambucol. To use homemade elderberry tincture consensus of opinion seems to be that taking 2 Tablespoons every 6 hours or so for 8-10 days will do the trick. There will be a reduction in symptoms within 2-3 days of taking elderberry tincture as per recommended above, but the virsus will still be present so take for the full 8-10 days just like taking an antibiotic for a prescribed treatment course. Some are hesitant to take after infection due to elderberrys’ VERY slight immune boosting properties.

8. Are there alternative preparations not using alcohol or for children? My friend in NY, Summerthyme, uses the following formulation with great success and it would be better for children than a straight alcohol-based tincture. Only drawback is the preparation uses fresh or frozen elderberries! “side note- I don’t really think you need to use sterilized jars. I put that in because I have no control over people’s practices, and have no way of knowing how clean they are, etc. Better safe than sorry, ya know? I generally just make sure my jars are very clean and rinsed with hot water. But I do always add the alcohol, rather than using the extra sugar. I’d probably do the extra step of sterilizing jars if I wasn’t using any alcohol at all) I take fresh (or frozen) elderberries and crush them in a stainless steel or heavy enamelware kettle. I add a TINY bit of water (just enough to barely cover the bottom of the kettle to keep the berries from sticking) and heat it *gently* over *LOW* heat, stirring the whole mash up until it’s no warmer than 150°. The heat helps release the juice from the berries, but I’m not certain of whether high heat would possible deactivate the antiviral properties. So I’m erring on the side of caution… I either run the whole mash through my Vitamix at this point, or, if they seem to have been quite macerated already, just pour them into a jelly bag and let them drain. I’ve found that I get the most yield by putting them in two fine mesh bags and then putting the whole thing in my cheese press and pressing it. A cider press would work well, too. But if you don’t have anything like that, simply taking the bag of mash, and twisting it tightly in your hands will get most of the juice out. This is all contrary to most jelly making instructions (for those who are wondering) because you usually end up with some of the berry pulp in the juice. Since my goal is medicine, not “clear” jelly, I don’t mind this a bit. Anyway, once you’ve got your juice, you need to add enough sugar to preserve it. I’ve found that a equal ratio of sugar to juice by volume is sufficient- IF YOU WILL ADD ALCOHOL to help preserve it for storage. If you have an objection to any alcohol in the mix, you then need to use a 5:3 ratio of sugar to juice… this will give you a saturated syrup high enough in sugar so it won’t spoil at room temperature. If you prefer using honey, you need to use a slightly higher ratio…. approximately 11/4 cups of honey to every cup of juice. This is because of the water content already in the honey. Or, if you want to use pure honey without any added alcohol, you need a 2:1 honey/juice ratio. Anyway…. stir in the sugar or honey into the warm juice, until it’s all completely dissolved. If you’ve used the lower 1:1 ratio, at this point you need to add some alcohol for preservative. I’ve used Blackberry Brandy quite frequently for this… hoping to get some of the astringent and stimulant effects of the blackberry in the mix. If you use brandy, you need to add 3-4 ounces per pint of syrup. If you simply want the alcohol as a preservative, you can add 3 ounces of 100 proof vodka, or a little more than 3 tablespoons of 160 proof vodka. (we can’t get pure grain alcohol here… if you can, you can use 1 1/2 ounces of that instead). (SHE’s REFERRING TO EVERCLEAR) Stir it gently, and decant it into STERILIZED jars or bottles. Use the same techniques you’d use when canning jelly- except this won’t be hot enough for you to expect the seals to seal completely. As long as you sterilized the jars and the lids before bottling it, it shouldn’t be necessary for it to seal. LABEL IT!! You always think you’ll remember what is in those jars, or when you made it. Wanna bet!? LOL! Seriously- make sure you put the date and at least whether or not there is anything but elderberry and sugar in there. Store it in a cool, dark place (dark is especially important if you are using clear glass jars).

9. What are the side effects and/or drug interactions of using elderberry preparations? None documented with the use of S. nigra elderberries or flowers. The leaves, bark, roots of S. nigra are toxic as are the berries and flowers of the other elder varieties. They can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. There are no known drug interactions documented at this time and therefore, no contra-indications.

I do NOT like Clarkston, GA!

Phil Kitchin, pastor of a church that caters to the refugee community, put it this way: “Jesus said heaven is a place for people of all nations. So if you don’t like Clarkston, you won’t like heaven.” As the Christian players said after their pre-game prayer, “Amen.” And as the Muslims added, “Amin.” Cue the credits.

Tanya Tucker Lee:

When I die I might not go to heaven, I’m not sure that they let White people in.  If they don’t, just let me go to the Blue Ridge Mountains,  Boy!  The Blue Ridge is as close as I ‘ve been.

Deo Vindice,

God save part of the South for White people.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/04/17/AR2009041701377.html?hpid=features1&hpv=local

Field of Dreams

Review by Steven V. Roberts Sunday, April 19, 2009

OUTCASTS UNITED A Refugee Soccer Team, an American Town By Warren St. John Spiegel & Grau. 307 pp. $24.95

You can read this book or wait for the movie, but the book is worth the effort. This story is too textured, too filled with layers of light and dark, for Hollywood to capture its complexity.

In January of 2007, New York Times reporter Warren St. John wrote about the Fugees, a team of soccer-playing misfits from a dozen war-ravaged countries transplanted to the small Georgia town of Clarkston. The article prompted a huge response — tons of donated cash and equipment, plus a book contract for St. John and a movie deal that financed a team bus and a new school, the Fugees Academy.

The film will undoubtedly portray the Fugees’ extraordinary coach, Luma Mufleh, a native of Jordan, as a tough-but-tender soul who forges an adorable group of multi-colored young athletes into a cohesive unit and teaches them the Meaning of Life and the Joys of Diversity. And it’s all true. Watch for the scene when two players say pre-game prayers in their own languages (the Christian speaks Swahili, the Muslim Albanian).

But the book also conveys the larger context in which these kids play games and say prayers. Clarkston became a dumping group for relief agencies looking to relocate refugees from Burundi and Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan. There was good public transportation and plenty of affordable housing, but throwing kids from 50 different countries into an all-white high school was crazy, “and the result was a raw and exceptionally charged experiment in getting along.” Some locals reacted badly, especially Mayor Lee Swaney, who decreed that only American sports like baseball could be played on city fields, not soccer. Others emulated Bill Mehlinger, who turned a local grocery store into a booming bazaar selling fish sauce to the Vietnamese, cassava powder to the Africans and whole lambs to the Middle Easterners.

No movie could fully evoke the emotional damage inflicted on families driven from their homelands by boundless brutality. Beatrice Ziaty and her children (three sons played for the Fugees) fled out the back door of their house in Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, while her husband was being murdered in the front room. Most immigrants to America come eagerly, after years of saving and dreaming; they stay in touch with kinfolk back home through cell phones and e-mail and retain a sense of connection and community. The refugees of Clarkston were uprooted and their families ripped apart against their will. “There’s no point in thinking about where to go back to,” said Paula Balegamire, whose husband languished in a Congolese prison, “because there’s nowhere to go back to.”

Luma Mufleh didn’t have anywhere to go back to, either. When she decided to stay in America after graduating from Smith College, her father cut her off completely, so she moved to Atlanta because she liked the weather and found work washing dishes. She started shopping in Clarkston for familiar foods — yogurt, hummus, pita bread — and one day saw a group of refugee boys playing soccer in a parking lot. She watched for an hour and discovered a calling. She realized that soccer was the answer to “the boys’ isolation from the new world around them and their desire to connect.” Goal and grit, energy and effort, are the same in Albanian and Swahili. And English.

Luma became much more than a coach. She tutored the kids in their lessons, found jobs and food for their families and filled the gap left by over-worked and undermanned social service agencies. “You start off on your own,” she says, “and you suddenly have a family of a hundred and twenty.” In truth she can overdo the “tough” part of “tough love.” I cringed when she banished Mandela Ziaty for insubordination, called her players “a pathetic excuse for a soccer team” and announced “you deserved to lose.” “Control freak” is the same in any language, too.

Those are quibbles, however. This is an uplifting tale celebrating the most old-fashioned of virtues: hard work, self-discipline, regard for others. Phil Kitchin, pastor of a church that caters to the refugee community, put it this way: “Jesus said heaven is a place for people of all nations. So if you don’t like Clarkston, you won’t like heaven.” As the Christian players said after their pre-game prayer, “Amen.” And as the Muslims added, “Amin.” Cue the credits. Steven V. Roberts’s new book, “From Every End of This Earth,” profiles recent immigrants to America and will be published next fall.

The US Navy will shoot you dead, in a life raft, at night…on Easter Sunday.

God save a White remant from the Forced Union!

April 15, Taxes to beat the White Wing Extremist!, Pay early, Pay often, but PAY you MUST!

Thanks to SWB for this one, http://spiritwaterblood.com/2009/04/not-one-little-grave-in-all-that-fair-land/, right on time as always:

Taxes to beat the Axis

“Taxes will keep democracy on the march!” And spending, which was then considered treasonous, is now called patriotic.

“The genius of the Jews is to live off people, not off the land, nor off the production of commodities from raw materials, but off people. Let other people till the soil; the Jew, if he can, will live off the tiller. Let other people toil at trades and manufacture; the Jew will exploit the fruits of their work. That is his particular genius. If this genius be described as parasitic, the term would seem to be justified.” ~ Henry Ford

He is Risen!

He is Risen indeed!

Christ our Hope

O merciful God

This is one of our collects for Good Friday.  This is from the original Book of Common Prayer @ a.d. 1562:

Prayer for the Unconverted

O Merciful God, who hast made all men, and hatest nothing that thou hast made, nor wouldest the death of a sinner, but rather that he should be converted and live; Have mercy upon all Jews, Turks, Infidels, and Hereticks, and take from them all ignorance, hardness of heart, and contempt of thy Word; and so fetch them home, blessed Lord, to thy flock, that they may be saved among the remnant of the true Israelites, and be made one fold under one shepherd, Jesus Christ our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, world without end. Amen

There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood

God bless these Christian singers from  Copper Hill, Virginia, high in the Blue Ridge of  Floyd County

There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood

William Cowper, 1731-1800

1. There is a fountain filled with blood drawn from Emmanuel’s veins; and sinners plunged beneath that flood lose all their guilty stains. Lose all their guilty stains, lose all their guilty stains; and sinners plunged beneath that flood lose all their guilty stains.

2. The dying thief rejoiced to see that fountain in his day; and there may I, though vile as he, wash all my sins away. Wash all my sins away, wash all my sins away; and there may I, though vile as he, wash all my sins away.

3. Dear dying Lamb, thy precious blood shall never lose its power till all the ransomed church of God be saved, to sin no more. Be saved, to sin no more, be saved, to sin no more; till all the ransomed church of God be saved, to sin no more.

4. E’er since, by faith, I saw the stream thy flowing wounds supply, redeeming love has been my theme, and shall be till I die. And shall be till I die, and shall be till I die; redeeming love has been my theme, and shall be till I die.

5. Then in a nobler, sweeter song, I’ll sing thy power to save, when this poor lisping, stammering tongue lies silent in the grave. Lies silent in the grave, lies silent in the grave; when this poor lisping, stammering tongue lies silent in the grave

Caught with a Back Yard Garden!

It is coming y’all, and it will not be April Fools.

Come to Lee In the Mountains and help us fight the good fight.  Nothing like, helping neighbors and kin folk in Clean Food growing AND eating!  Oh, and should the Blue Helmets come calling, I shall borrow from General Nathan Bedford Forrest, just a little: Shoot everthing in U.N. (Union) Blue,  and keep the skeer on!

Obama Orders Chevrolet and Dodge Out Of NASCAR (APRIL FOOLS)

This was put out by Car and Driver as April Fools.

I still say:

God save what is left of the South, for Rednecks aka Kulaks aka Whites!

Car and Driver

http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/hot_lists/high_performance/motorsports/obama_orders_chevrolet_and_dodge_out_of_nascar_car_news

Obama Orders Chevrolet and Dodge Out Of NASCAR – Car News

With their racing budgets deemed “unnecessary expenditures,” GM and Chrysler are ordered to cease racing operations at the end of the season. BY JARED GALL, ILLUSTRATION BY ERIC WOODWARD April 2009 In a move sure to spark outrage, the White House announced today that GM and Chrysler must cease participation in NASCAR at the end of the 2009 season if they hope to receive any additional financial aid from the government. Companies around the globe—Honda and Audi, to name two—have drawn down racing operations, and NASCAR itself has already felt the pinch in the form of reduced team spending. A complete withdrawal from America’s premier racing series is expected to save more than $250 million between GM and Chrysler, a substantial amount considering the drastic measures being implemented elsewhere.

“Automakers used to operate on the principle of ‘win on Sunday, sell on Monday,’ but the Auto Task Force’s research just doesn’t validate that as true,” said the statement from President Obama. While fans have decried the Car of Tomorrow for heavily limiting what little personalization the cookie-cutter series had previously allowed to participating manufacturers, and drivers have slammed its brick-like aerodynamics and unpredictable handling, even the governmental oversight committee sees that the full-scale regulation of the cars leaves the manufacturers very little space for research and development. “NASCAR is a racing series that regulates down to the smallest detail of the cars, where a car badged a Chevrolet or Dodge differs only marginally from a Ford or a Toyota. There’s no technological development to speak of.”

The statement goes on further to say the same demand will be made of Ford if it asks for government assistance. “In order to receive this money, corporations must demonstrate they will spend it wisely. Racing has been said to improve on-road technology, but frankly, NASCAR almost flaunts its standing among the lowest-tech forms of motorsport. NASCAR is not proven to drive advancements that transfer from the racetrack to the road, and this nation’s way forward does not hinge on decades-old technology. We need new, and we need innovation.”

The President realizes this will be an unpopular call, but stands behind the decision, saying, “This is an obvious cut to make, but it is not an easy one. This administration is not ignoring the tremendous sentimental value and emotional appeal NASCAR holds for so many Americans. But now is not the time for sentiment and nostalgia; now is a time for decisive financial action. If our automotive industry is to emerge from this recession intact, then these difficult decisions must be made.”

Both Chevrolet and Dodge see the move as only temporary, and fully expect to resume racing in NASCAR as soon as they have stabilized and the government’s hand in their operations is minimized. “There is nothing really to say at this point,” said one representative, who wished to remain anonymous. “We’ve been doing this since the beginning, and we always assumed we’d be doing this until the end. Heck, nobody ever thought to think that there would be an end. But we ain’t done. As soon as this is over, we’re taking back our spot at the top.”

NASCAR officials remain tight-lipped about the call, but sources say series president Mike Helton and team managers are exploring several options, including other manufacturers to fill Chevrolet and Dodge’s vacated positions. Given the company’s recent interest in motorsport and the steady cash-flow and V-8 engine provided by its new Genesis sedan, sources indicate that NASCAR is pinging Hyundai to gauge the Korean company’s interest in occupying a spot in NASCAR. “Toyota was not well-received their first year in the sport, nor was their first season an easy one,” the source says. “But they learned, they applied the lessons, and they have proven very competitive this year.”

If Hyundai does indeed join the series, there will no doubt be a steep learning curve, and the move would leave Ford the lone domestic battling a pair of Asian makes in America’s most popular racing series. We wonder, however, how long NASCAR could hold that title without two of its most storied participants.