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Liberty

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  1. Another doctor whose pissed off!! He doesn’t want the vaccine because he’s already tested positive for antibodies ( he’s not a sceptic of it) YET! But he’s fuming he’s being pressured to take something he doesn’t think he needs as it goes against all the science. In his own words there is not a vaccine that gives any better immunity than catching something naturally. If push comes to shove he has said he will take the Johnson & Johnson so he can travel. But something is brewing there and he’s pissed off! Come on Doc. Wake up!
  2. I was just going to start a thread on filtered charcoal and didn’t know where to put it then noticed your thread Bill. So I think this fits here. First a video explaining how to get clean water in an emergency (imagine if they turned the water off at some point) Then I started looking a bit into charcoal in general and it’s uses and found this. What are the benefits of activated charcoal? 1. Kidney health Activated charcoal may be able to assist kidney function by filtering out undigested toxins and drugs. Activated charcoal seems to be especially effective at removing toxins derived from urea, the main byproduct of protein digestion. 2. Intestinal gas Activated charcoal powder is thought to be able to disrupt intestinal gas, although researchers still do not understand how. Liquids and gases trapped in the intestine can easily pass through the millions of tiny holes in activated charcoal, and this process may neutralize them. 3. Water filtration A 2015 studyTrusted Source found that water filtration systems that used carbon removed as much as 100 percent of the fluoride in 32 unfiltered water samples after 6 months of installation 4. Diarrhea Given its use as a gastrointestinal absorbent in overdoses and poisonings, it follows that some people might propose activated charcoal as a treatment for diarrhea. 5. Teeth whitening and oral health Many oral health products that contain activated charcoal claim to have various benefits, such as being: antiviral antibacterial antifungal detoxifying 6. Skin care Researchers have reported that activated charcoal can help draw microparticles, such as dirt, dust, chemicals, toxins, and bacteria, to the surface of the skin, to make removing them easier. 7. Deodorant Various activated charcoal deodorants are widely available Charcoal may absorb smells and harmful gases, making it ideal as an underarm, shoe, and refrigerator deodorant. 8. Skin infection Around the world, many different traditional medicine practitioners use activated charcoal powder made from coconut shells to treat soft tissue conditions, such as skin infections. Activated charcoal may have an antibacterial effect by absorbing harmful microbes from wounds. Several are available commercially. Activated charcoal drinks may help to clear toxins from the body. In the emergency room, doctors may sometimes use activated charcoal to treat overdoses or poisonings. Activated charcoal can often help clear toxins and drugs that include: NSAIDs and other OTC anti-inflammatories sedatives calcium channel blockers dapsone carbamazepine (Tegretol) malaria medications methylxanthines (mild stimulants) Activated charcoal cannot bind to all types of toxins or drugs, especially ones that are corrosive. Ones that activated charcoal cannot help clear include: alcohols lye iron lithium petroleum products, such as fuel oil, gasoline, paint thinner, and some cleaning products I haven’t posted the whole article, just parts of it. More here.. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322609#risks-and-takeaway It is said to bind to nutrients too. So not recommend if unnecessary but good to have some survival tips. Activated charcoal will bind with all kinds of things including some of the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants in your food. Charcoal is sometimes added to fruit or vegetable juice and sold as a “shot”. Unfortunately, the vitamins in the fruit and veg probably won't be absorbed because of the charcoal.
  3. So was I, but I noticed he had a nervous energy as though it was genuinely bothering him but was skeptical.
  4. Explosive. It doesn’t get clearer than that. No doubt about him at all now. He’s 100%.
  5. Kansas Department of Health will investigate if a COVID vaccine reaction caused death of Jeanie Evans, of Effingham The Kansas Department of Health and Environment will investigate her family's contention that Wednesday's death of an Effingham woman occurred as a reaction to her first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. Jeanie Marie Myer Evans, 68, died unexpectedly at Topeka's Stormont Vail Health Center, according to an obituary published on the website of Atchison's Becker-Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home. Evan's hometown, Effingham, is about 35 miles northeast of Topeka in Atchison County. In a statement that didn't identify Evans by name, the KDHE said a woman began experiencing "anaphylaxis," which is an allergic reaction, during the waiting period after the vaccine was administered to her in Jefferson County. More: More than 1 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in Kansas She was provided medical treatment at the scene, then taken to a Topeka hospital, where she died, said KDHE spokeswoman Kristi Zears. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.cjonline.com/amp/
  6. I dunno. Everyone is different. It’s another transactional environment of reward and punishment for behaviour.
  7. I think it’s the opposite. If everyone refused they would have to put all the “refused” in one bay and keep them separate from all the tested ones. Mass refusal would stop it not enforce it.
  8. I’ve only known one who didn’t. And he was found a side room. They tried contacting his family to persuade him but he kept saying no. Still got treated. They can’t refuse you treatment.
  9. So what are you advocating then? That people comply? You’d have to be a psychopath to willingly inflict pain on People. Do you think anyone would risk their career just to get a swab or reach a target? I don’t think so.
  10. Yes but they all think they’re doing something good for the country and it’s necessary. You can either go up through the nose or take saliva and pretend to go into the nose. But then you have the ones who say. Is that it? It hurt last time.
  11. You can refuse it’s conditioning to make people think they can’t. No one would put one up my nose either.
  12. They can snap off as well with the tip getting stuck. Someone put a foi request in about the injuries caused. They’re painful but no one takes it further.
  13. It’s a symptom of the cause. They’ll probably follow the sepsis pathway. Taking bloods and giving fluids and antibiotics. https://sepsistrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/ED-adult-NICE-Final-1107.pdf
  14. If you didn’t get through to the people you wanted to. I bet you did wake people up you don’t even know. There’s a lot on those marches and that’s not everyone. Think back to the beginning with every household in the UK banging pots and pots and pans. Do t know what they were doing in OZ. You made a difference somewhere.
  15. Yes I still think it’s hiv rash. We’re witnessing immune systems being destroyed. But still they won’t listen.
  16. Someone said something above tinnitus on here earlier and she has a video of that too on her channel with one of the links being to high blood sugar.
  17. That’s probably right for nestle https://skierscribbler.com/7671/opinion/nestle-the-worlds-most-corrupt-corporation/
  18. Until you realise that’s part of the plan. Your job is to not go insane by taking care of yourself by dropping those cortisol levels.
  19. I know some too, but I did warn them and told them it was experimental new tech that had never been tried on humans before. My dad is really into his health stuff, does weight training, will only drink bottled water, has all the best cuts of meat and only fresh veg. Then he goes and has that injected into him. So no feelings of guilt. Mind boggling. Let it go. You can’t change it. No point you suffering for their actions as well.
  20. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9422323/amp/Mothers-arm-erupts-agonising-red-rash-getting-AstraZenecas-Covid-vaccine.html Mother's face, arm and chest erupts in agonising red rash after getting AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine - as 41-year-old claims she is still in unbearable pain two weeks later By Luke Andrews Health Reporter For Mailonline12:13 31 Mar 2021, updated 16:57 31 Mar 2021 Leigh King, 41, hairdresser, said her skin flared up after she got AstraZeneca jab Mother said she was unable to look after 13-year-old autistic son due to the pain Britain's drug regulator lists rashes as a possible reaction to AstraZeneca's jab It says they are uncommon - affecting one in 100 people - following clinical trials
  21. We’ve all been flooded with cortisol this past year whether it’s because we can see what’s going on or because we think there is a real killer bug out there. short term stress has been shown to increase immunity but long term stress decreases it. It’s time to de- stress. I like this poem that they use for alcoholics. Most people are alcoholics because they are stressed as they use it medicinally. Once you accept the things you cannot change and concentrate on the things you can it becomes calming. We’ve all been like a hamster on a wheel this past year trying to warn people and no matter what evidence is pushed in front of some they will never get it. Perhaps because cortisol has flooded their system and makes them unable to think straight. God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference Cortisol: Why the "Stress Hormone” Is Public Enemy No. 1 Scientists have known for years that elevated cortisol levels interfere with learning and memory, lower immune function and bone density, increase weight gain, blood pressure, cholesterol, and heart disease—the list goes on. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-athletes-way/201301/cortisol-why-the-stress-hormone-is-public-enemy-no-1 we all knew that too which is why we recognised that lockdowns were going to cause so much harm. But did we look after ourselves properly throughout? I know I didn’t. Like a hamster on a wheel trying to wake everyone up. Not taking the time to do the things I loved doing. So fell into the trap also. .
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