Is there a natural herb or treatment to detox from fluoride, mercury, and pineal gland calcification?
The first intentional addition of fluoride in drinking water occurred in the early 1930′s in Nazi Germany.
Marketing it as supposed helping children’s teeth, the actual sodium fluoride was to sterilize humans and force the masses into a calm docile state of submission and declining health-state. Control of the population through this manner was easily achievable.
Research chemist Charles Perkins was sent by the U.S. government to ascertain the truth on water fluoridation and found:
“”The German chemists worked out a very ingenious and far-reaching plan of mass control that was submitted to and adopted by the German General Staff. This plan was to control the population of any given area through mass medication of drinking water supplies . . . In this scheme of mass control, ‘sodium fluoride’ occupied a prominent place. . . However, and I want to make this very definite, the real reason behind water fluoridation is not to benefit children’s teeth . . . The real purpose behind water fluoridation is to reduce the resistance of the masses to domination and control and loss of liberty . . . Repeated doses of infinitesimal amounts of fluorine will in time gradually reduce the individual’s power to resist domination by slowly poisoning and narco-tizing this area of the brain tissue, and make him submissive to the will of those who wish to govern him . I was told of this entire scheme by a German chemist who was an official of the great Farben chemical industries and was prominent in the Nazi movement at the time . . . I say this with all the earnestness and sincerity of a scientist who has spend nearly 20 years researching in chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, and pathology of fluorine . . . Any person who drinks artificially fluoridated water for a period of one year or more will never again be the same person, mentally or physically.”
Fluoride from water in our drinking water, food, and showers, enters our bloodstream and has a half-life of over 20 years, causing massive brain damage to unborn fetuses and gradually impairs IQ, as well as depressing cell growth rate. Most of the fluoride accumulates in the pineal gland which is the 2nd highest organ which receives blood-flow in the body.
Besides ratfish or skatefish liver oil which has been found to gradually help decalcify the pineal gland over time, the natural rootbark of Iboga has been shown to do wonders on the pineal gland and overall fluoride and mercury detoxification.
At Iboga House, we have had several patients who have come for mercury poisoning specifically and many showing signs of toxic poisoning. Many of these people have said they feel disconnected from themselves without enough will or strength to break free. Some call this depersonalization disorder.
The American Diet and The Industrial Food Complex
Scientists Create Genetically Modified Plants to Produce Pharmaceutical Drugs
Re-creating the world one genetic manipulation at a time. For centuries, humankind has been utilizing the naturally occurring medicinal and healing compounds of plants to overcome illness and disease. But scientists just don’t seem to be happy with what nature has to offer.
Up until just a few years ago, scientists had to manually splice natural plant compounds to patent them for pharmaceutical drug companies; now, a way has been discovered to genetically modify plants which are actually programmed to produce pharmaceutical drugs instead of their natural compounds. Of course not everyone is excited for genetically modified plants.
Creating Pharmaceutical Drug-Producing Genetically Modified Plants
The researchers, from MIT and led by Associate Professor Sarah O’Connor, added bacterial genes to a plant known as the periwinkle plant, altering the plants natural alkaloid production system. Scientists would be “enabling it to attach halogens such as chlorine or bromine to a class of compounds called alkaloids that the plant normally produces.” In essence, the genetically modified plants, in stead of producing natural alkaloids, will actually produce variant pharmaceutical drug versions of the alkaloids.
“We’re trying to use plant biosynthetic mechanisms to easily make a whole range of different iterations of natural products. If you tweak the structure of natural products, very often you get different or improved biological and pharmacological activity,” she said.
It certainly isn’t the first time genes were engineered into plants. Remember Bt corn? That was created the same way, with Bt corn engineered to produce an insecticide called Bt.
But the process used by O’Connor is a bit different than what scientists have done in the past. Using a process called ‘metabolic engineering’, scientists like O’Connor alter the actual molecular output of plants, which helps to mold the compounds being produced. Ultimately, this can lead to a large variety of end products.
The idea of genetically modified plants is disturbing alone, but why tamper with nature already producing natural, beneficial compounds? In the periwinkle plant specifically, the scientists targeted an alkaloid called vinblastine, which is effective at treating cancers such as Hodgkin’s lymphoma. So why create genetically modified plants and other organisms? Some scientists may think they are benefiting society, but no one can ignore the genetic and patented creation gifted to Big Pharma, and the stealing from nature.
Monsanto Award of $1 Billion Against DuPont Reveals New Dimension of Genetic Patent Wars
The legal battle between Monsanto and farmers around the world continues unabated. On one hand, farming groups of all sizes, as well as seed businesses, are increasingly suing Monsanto for widespread genetic manipulation; and also to counter Monsanto’s own vast patent infringement attacks against those unwitting enough to have their (even organic) crops cross-pollenated by Monsanto’s GM products.
However, Monsanto exerts an overwhelming amount of pressure for perceived patent infringements, constantly suing farmers for their contamination of the farmers’ own land. Aside from being a billion dollar industry with their biotechnology used in genetically engineered seeds and companion products like Roundup herbicide, they use patent infringement lawsuits to thickly line their coffers. And apparently they have the support of the legal system in doing so.
A huge verdict has come down on the side of Monsanto in the absurd amount of $1 billion to be paid by competitor DuPont. While it might seem like something to almost be happy about, since DuPont is yet another mega chemical corporation which has been implicated in damage to the environment and human health, this potentially sets a bad precedent to be cited in future legal verdicts, thus giving Monsanto even more legal standing and power. Perhaps most ominous of all, this legal victory was granted for a product that was never even on the market, taking on a new dimension in the area of patent infringement. (Source)
Normally, companies can build on top of others’ products as patents are set to expire, so they’re ready to launch once the patent has expired. But, in this case, even trying to build new offerings in a lab for use later is apparently an insane billion dollar issue. Even worse, it means that any real competition, which will create more market-reasonable prices, gets significantly delayed as no one can prepare for when the patent expires. (Source)
Beyond this, however, is the aspect that this verdict highlights the lack of regulation in the genetically modified food industry. In the world of pharmaceuticals and medical devices, for example, 35 U.S.C. § 271(e) specifically offers a research exemption for companies engaged in testing other products for development of their own proprietary offerings. This is presumably done to increase competition and allow for the development and introduction of low-cost generics in a timely manner.
The verdict against DuPont* stifles competition by creating a monopoly on a certain form of agriculture. This gets into the convoluted world of patent law and territoriality, which ultimately leads to potential outsourcing of research to later be brought back to the U.S. when patents hit their expiration date. For those with a strong stomach, these legal and ethical arguments can be sifted through in the comments section HERE.
Regardless of the minutiae of patent law, enforcement, and research outsourcing, the central issue remains that even in the world of the mega-chemical apparatus, Monsanto currently holds favor. Furthermore, it solidifies the position that Monsanto is pursuing against the individual farmer in cross-contamination claims, which have even involved Monsanto trespassing on private property, sampling a crop, then suing for royalties. This has led to the destruction of family businesses and farmer suicides.
And where does it stop? Here are some interesting questions and answers posed by commenters to the above-linked comment section at patent law blog Patently-O.
I own an apartment. Someone builds a drivein movie next door. Can they charge me the price of a ticket if I sit in my apartment and watch the movie?
I send you a ‘free gift’ in the mail. A note says, if you don’t return the free gift in two days, you owe me a million dollars. Can I collect?
HBO broadcasts its programming into the public domain. You watch it on your TV. Can they collect a fee?
A patented dog with cute fur escapes. I find the a puppy in the wild that has cute fur. I breed the dog, and sell its puppies. It turns out, the puppy has the patented genes. Am I an infringer?
A hunter with dogs pursues a fox. Another man kills its and takes the fox home. Does the second man owe the first damages?
“I send you a ‘free gift’ in the mail. A note says, if you don’t return the free gift in two days, you owe me a million dollars. Can I collect?”
Do you have patent on methods of opening mail, wherein the mail comprises a free gift and a note setting a deadline for returning the gift, and wherein the note is read after the mail is opened?
If so, you can sue for patent infringement. Just ask suckie.
Next time suckie goes fishing and catches the patented fish from the river, he just might owe Monsanto or its ilk damages for patent infringement.
A patented fly lands on the counter. Suckie swats it. How much does suckie (owe) Monsanto for his infringement?
Suckie mows his grass; and then suckie promptly receive a notice of infringement from Monsanto telling suckie that suckie’s lawn has patented grass in it, and that Monsanto is the exclusive supplier of lawn services for patented-grass lawns. You owe $100/week, the notice intones, for Monsanto’s expert patented-lawn care services.
And the beat goes on.
With new verdicts like this recent one, there is a fortress being built against anyone who wishes to opt-out of this provably damaging form of synthetic agriculture.
As some of the comments above reveal, this doesn’t stop with the patenting of one single form of agriculture; an army of lawyers at the behest of mega-corporations are arrayed on the side of patenting all life. In the most telling example, over the last 30 years there have been 40,000 patents created and accepted on genes, comprising a full 20% of the human genome. (Source)
The dialogue must continue if we are to retain our rightful ownership over the food we grow and consume, as well as the entire natural world in which we live. Or are we willing to accept that this is something we simply must compromise (or sacrifice completely) for technological advancement as a species?
Please offer your viewpoints below in the comments section.
*This case is set for review by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Corporations Sneak Synthetic Preservatives into Organic Food
Organic Watchdog Files Formal Legal Complaint with USDA
CORNUCOPIA, WI: The Cornucopia Institute, a not-for-profit policy research organization based in Wisconsin, filed a formal legal complaint with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) against several infant formula manufacturers that are adding two synthetic preservatives to certified organic infant formula.
The Organic Foods Production Act, passed by Congress in 1990, explicitly bans synthetic preservatives in organic food.
“This is another blatant violation of the federal law governing organics by multi-billion dollar corporations that apparently think they can get away with anything,” says Charlotte Vallaeys, Director of Farm and Food Policy at The Cornucopia Institute.
Read more here: http://www.cornucopia.org
Alzheimer’s is really just ‘type-3′ diabetes, new research shows
Dr. Suzanne de la Monte from RIH is the one responsible for making this fascinating connection, having found in her research that diabetes is closely associated with several key neuronal factors implicated in dementia. It turns out that Alzheimer’s progresses as a result of the brain developing resistance to insulin, which in turn prevents proper lipid (fat) metabolism. Over time, these lipids build up in the brain rather than properly absorb, which results in increased stress and inflammation, as well as the symptoms commonly associated with dementia.
“This study points out that once AD (Alzheimer’s Disease) is established, therapeutic efforts should target several different pathways — not just one,” says Dr. de la Monte. “The reason is that a positive feedback loop gets going, making AD progress. We have to break the vicious cycle. Restoring insulin responsiveness and insulin depletion will help, but we need to reduce brain stress and repair the metabolic problems that cause the brain to produce toxins.”
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